Postings for July 11, 2014
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||Red Cross Blood Drive
||AT THE BELLE OAKS LIVING CENTER, 2353 SOUTH LACHANCE ROAD IN LAKE CITY. CALL 800-RED-CROSS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
||Civilian Conservation Corps
||A PRESENTATION BY MICHAEL DEREN AT THE LUMBERMAN'S MONUMENT VISITOR'S CENTER AT RIVER AND MONUMENT ROADS. THE PROGRAM IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES. CALL 362-8961 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
||St. Helen Bluegill Festival
||The 65th annual St. Helen Bluegill Festival is a family oriented festival.
Starting with the kids Parade on Thursday evening to open the festival.
Friday is special needs day and Kids day where it's all about the kids.
Saturday on the agenda is the Fast and the Furriest (local canines competing in an optical course).Throughout the weekend Schmidt Amusement (carnival) will be on hand offering its famous midway entertainment. Saturday’s horse shoe tournament is always a great hit and new this year is the punt, pass, kick contest. Vendors and Crafters will be set up and ready for you to browse throughout the weekend.Also new this year group of family oriented bands will be playing in our vendor area. The beverage pavilion will feature the band Day 8 all three nights while you sip your favorite beverage.
Our fishing contest and our famous medallion hunt will start on July 5th and conclude on Saturday evening July 12th. The festivals Grand Parade starts on Sunday July 13th at 1pm and ends at the park for the closing ceremonies.
||Pre School Enrollment
||We are enrolling three and four year old children for the Head Start and Great Start Readiness Programs in Oscoda and Tawas. Please call to make an appointment to complete an application at 739-6600. Talk to LuAnn or Andy.
||Tawas Bay Players
||PRESENT THEIR USO MUSICAL REVUE AT THE PLAYHOUSE ON NEWMAN STREET IN EAST TAWAS. CALL 362-8373 OR VISIT TAWAS BAY PLAYERS DOT COM FOR MORE INFORMATION.
||Arsenic & Old Lace Auditions
||AT THE SHORELINE THEATER, 6000 NORTH SKEEL AVENUE IN OSCODA, PARTS FOR 11 MEN AND 3 WOMEN.