Book sale – Naxos Audio books http://naxos-audiobooks.com/ Tue, 12 Oct 2021 00:36:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-100x100.png Book sale – Naxos Audio books http://naxos-audiobooks.com/ 32 32 Tattersalls Book 2 Begins With Encouraging Increases https://naxos-audiobooks.com/tattersalls-book-2-begins-with-encouraging-increases/ Mon, 11 Oct 2021 23:57:00 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/tattersalls-book-2-begins-with-encouraging-increases/ Twelve months ago, Shadwell contributed 11% of overall Book 2 revenue from the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, with an expenditure of 5,327,000 (US $ 5,593,350) representing 36 lots. With the operation largely anticipated by his absence only at Newmarket this week, anxiety was, understandably, abundant among suppliers. There was indeed no sign of Shadwell’s activity […]]]>

Twelve months ago, Shadwell contributed 11% of overall Book 2 revenue from the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, with an expenditure of 5,327,000 (US $ 5,593,350) representing 36 lots. With the operation largely anticipated by his absence only at Newmarket this week, anxiety was, understandably, abundant among suppliers.

There was indeed no sign of Shadwell’s activity during this year’s Book 2 opening session on October 11, but there was a bold display of market resilience that produced increases throughout. made remarkable year-over-year in all key indices.

The session saw the sale of 212 lots for an 86% liquidation rate and turnover of 18,935,500 guineas ($ 27,063,200), an increase of 24% from the corresponding session in 2020.

The increases were even more pronounced among the mean and median figures, with the former increasing by 27% to 89,318 guineas ($ 127,656) and the latter by 35% to 70,000 guineas ($ 100,046) while the top 10 lots have followed the path of nine different individuals. buyers.

The sales pitch was busy throughout the day and a large number of potential buyers duly followed Rathbarry Stud’s Thunderous night foal (Lot 604) in the Park Paddocks ring. After a messy three-way fight, the hammer fell in favor of Dwayne Woods at 375,000 guineas ($ 535,962).

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“He’s gorgeous and to me he’s the best colt in the sale,” Woods said after taking on challenges from Anthony Stroud and Axis Ross Doyle-Richard Hannon, who stood alongside Kia Joorabchian from Amo Racing.

“He’s very strong and probably the cleanest Night of Thunder I’ve ever seen; he’s got the conformation, the strength, he’s very mature, he’s got it all,” said Woods. “He’s from a wonderful farm, although I wouldn’t be put off if he was from Alaska when he looks like it!”

Woods was joined by his brother, Newmarket coach Sean Woods, who added: “He will have some free time now, then be robbed, and we will be looking at him in January before he comes to see us at. Shalfleet Stables It was purchased for an existing owner.

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Dwayne Wood

The foal comes from a Pivot half-sister to top sprinters Blaine and Bogar, while another brother, Rocana, is the dam to this year’s Chester Vase winner. Youth spirit . The page got even better when the colt’s sister Hanaady, owned by Shadwell, pulled off her second outing late last month.

The massive youngster was due to appear at last year’s December foal sale but, when pulled, Rathbarry’s Frannie Woods was able to track him down at Genesis Green Stud.

While the private deal that was struck means there are no previous sales records for the colt, Monday’s six-figure deal undoubtedly generated a handsome profit for the connections.

“He’s a beautiful colt and a horse with a great mind,” said the shipper. “It has been a pleasure to do anything with it, although I didn’t necessarily expect him to win this award. The sister won for Ed Dunlop just a few days ago and it helped to put it all together, so I had some luck too. “

Lot 768 Galileo (IRE) / Mme Danvers (GB) B / Gr.F.  (IRE) - Manister House Stud, Ireland - BBA Ireland / Yulong Investments 320,000. - Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 - 11 October 2021
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Galileo filly presented as Lot 768 in the ring at Tattersalls October Yearling Sale

The second batch of the session arrived late in the room when BBA Ireland and Yulong Investments launched an online offering of 320,000 guineas ($ 457,355) to land the Galileo Cornwallis Stakes winner filly Mrs Danvers , shipped under lot 768.

Bred by the Mrs Danvers union and donated by Manister House Stud, the filly was the only Galileo lot offered in volume 2.

The mother, a daughter of Hellvelyn , turned out to be a real star on the track having been bought out by his seller for just £ 1,000 ($ 1,415) as a yearling before winning five races and £ 196,235 ($ 256,670) in prize money.

Ms Danvers has visited Galileo every year since she retired from racing and produced her third foal, a colt by 12-time champion sire, on May 3 of this year.

Brown and Gosden collect ‘exceptional’ Kingman filly
Lively exchanges continued into the evening, especially when Richard Brown and John Gosden rose to 300,000 guineas ($ 428,770) for the
King man half-sister of Tomorrow’s Dream offered by Apple Tree Stud as Lot 739.

“She is an extremely attractive filly and comes from a very good young farm in Gloucestershire,” said Brown. “I’ve seen her a lot and she put on a fantastic show.

“We were absolutely on our nerves to have her, but John thought she was the exceptional Kingman filly in the catalog, and he probably knows more about Kingman than I do! She is a beautiful, elegant filly by a real stallion with an appropriate page. “

Lot 739 Kingman (GB) / Midnight Thoughts (USA) BF (GB) - Appletree Stud - Blandford Bloodstock - $ 300,000 - Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 - October 11, 2021
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Kingman filly featured as Lot 739 in the ring at Tattersalls October Yearling Sale

The filly is from Midnight Thoughts, an unreleased daughter of Henrythenavigator and the heroine of Ribblesdale Stakes (G2) by Moyglare Stud Irresistible jewel , who in turn bred Irish winner St. Leger (G1) Royal Diamond , Ribblesdale Stakes scorer Princess Highway , and group 3 winner Crazy of you .

Brown referred to a strong opening session, saying, “I think the market has been very good today and it is certainly feeling very strong. . But this filly was at the top of the list so I’m glad I was a game-changer. “

Kinane in action
The Hong Kong Jockey Club recruited five yearlings at a cost of 1,570,000 guineas ($ 2,243,900) in Book 1 last week, and the organization’s chief recruiter, Mick Kinane, was back in action. Monday passing to 300,000 guineas ($ 428,770) for Colt Kingman. of
Hunaina , (Lot 617) offered by Ballyhimikin Stud.

The foal, which was bred in partnership between James Hanly, Anthony Stroud and Trevor Stewart, is the first foal of the daughter of Tamayuz , whose page also features the triple hero of group 1 Hurricane path and double scorer of the Derby (G1) Harzand .

“He’s a great stallion and he’s a lovely, decent role model,” Kinane said. “It’s the first one I tried today, but good horses are always hard to buy. I bought five last week, but there were fewer million dollar babies than the last year, so maybe there’s been a bit of a comeback (at the top of the market). “

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Andrew Balding knows a good
No No Never when he sees one, having trained the best daughter of the father Alcohol-free to win a treble of group 1 prizes, namely the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes (G1), Coronation Stakes (G1) and Qatar Sussex Stakes (G1), and the scorer of the Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte (G2) Shadn .

The Kingsclere master now has an exciting son of the upwardly mobile stallion Coolmore to look forward to after securing the foal (lot 561) of Fleeting Fancy from Newsells Park Stud at 260,000 guineas ($ 371,601). The mother, a daughter of Galileo, is a sister to the couple Persia and Visage, placed in the stakes, while the page goes back to the double champion father. Caerléon .

Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 11/10/21
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Andrew Balding

“He’s a lovely colt and we’ve obviously had success with the stallion so I’m delighted to have him,” said Balding, who was helped in his search for future talent by his dam, Emma, And Race Director Tessa Hetherington. .

“He passed all of our various visitors and he was one of our top picks of the ones we saw selling in this sale. He’s for an existing customer in the yard.”

Baldness has also been positively related to Alcohol-free , who is set to compete in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (G1) on British Champions Day, saying: “She is in good shape and everything is ready for Saturday.”

Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Volume 2 continues Tuesday at 10 a.m.


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Findlay-Hancock County Public Library Holds Rare Book Sale | New https://naxos-audiobooks.com/findlay-hancock-county-public-library-holds-rare-book-sale-new/ Sun, 10 Oct 2021 22:26:00 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/findlay-hancock-county-public-library-holds-rare-book-sale-new/ A huge stock of collectible books will be sold at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library next week. Friends of the Findlay Hancock Library, a non-profit organization aimed at helping the library, are delighted to announce their sale of rare and collectible books. Hundreds of books were donated to the Book Cellar where they sell used […]]]>






A huge stock of collectible books will be sold at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library next week.






Findlay-Hancock County Public Library hosts rare book sale

Friends of the Findlay Hancock Library, a non-profit organization aimed at helping the library, are delighted to announce their sale of rare and collectible books. Hundreds of books were donated to the Book Cellar where they sell used books, and most of them turned out to be rare historical pieces of literature.

The sale will begin on Monday 10 am to 10 am when the book cellar opens. Large crowds should be there to try and get their hands on the collectible books.






Findlay-Hancock County Public Library hosts rare book sale

Emilee Whetstone, Head of Book Cellar says: “We have a lot of first editions: first American editions, first British editions. We have some that are signed by the authors, others that are only limited editions. They are very exciting and interesting. I pick them up and look at them and think, “Oh, I just want to read this. I’m not a collector of books, but I mean they are so interesting to watch.

The books range from Western Americana literature to WWII history. The sale will continue throughout the week during the opening hours of the book cellar.

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Note to Book Lovers: The Transylvania Co. Library Book Sale will run until October 15 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/note-to-book-lovers-the-transylvania-co-library-book-sale-will-run-until-october-15/ Sat, 09 Oct 2021 16:41:21 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/note-to-book-lovers-the-transylvania-co-library-book-sale-will-run-until-october-15/ TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY, North Carolina (WLOS) – Does your library still need additions? Looking for something to do this weekend? You might be lucky! The Friends of the Transylvanian County Library’s annual book sale now runs through October 15. The book sale takes place in the Rogow room of the library at 212, rue S. Gaston […]]]>

Does your library still need additions? Looking for something to do this weekend? You might be lucky!

The Friends of the Transylvanian County Library’s annual book sale now runs through October 15. The book sale takes place in the Rogow room of the library at 212, rue S. Gaston in Brevard, with over 30,000 lightly used books. for sale to raise funds for library programs.

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The sale takes place every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Sunday.

Due to the pandemic that postponed the event from last year, Friends of the Library has nearly double the number of books for sale this time around.

“We will be running specials every day,” said Gerri Jergensen, the volunteer who manages book sales for Friends of the Library, in a press release. Half-price day is Thursday, October 14, and the last Friday of the sale will be a clearance sale of $ 5 per box.

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A press release notes that the 2019 event generated over $ 14,000 in sales and an additional $ 2,000 in memberships and donations. All proceeds are used to fund programs and activities that the Transylvania County Library offers free for all ages, including yoga, packed lunches, the Lego club, and storytelling hours.


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The books are back; music, art and theater are too – Cowichan Valley Citizen https://naxos-audiobooks.com/the-books-are-back-music-art-and-theater-are-too-cowichan-valley-citizen/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 20:00:00 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/the-books-are-back-music-art-and-theater-are-too-cowichan-valley-citizen/ Attention book lovers, it’s back! We have great news for anyone who has read their entire library thanks to the pandemic and are ready to add new titles to their collection. The Garden House Mass Charity Book Sale is ready to go, scheduled for Saturday, October 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, […]]]>

Attention book lovers, it’s back!

We have great news for anyone who has read their entire library thanks to the pandemic and are ready to add new titles to their collection.

The Garden House Mass Charity Book Sale is ready to go, scheduled for Saturday, October 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, October 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at George Bonner School in Mill Bay.

The pandemic canceled last year’s sale, but Garden House says donations have continued, leaving the charity with 20,000 pounds to sell this year.

Browse free book bins, 50 cent children’s books, soft and hard covers of all kinds for $ 1 to $ 3, DVDs and a silent auction of higher quality books with auctions starting at $ 20.

As always, the purchases will continue to support families and animals in crisis in the Cowichan Valley forever through annual grants from the Permanent Fund, ”said a press release for the event. “Despite the cancellation of the 2020 sale, grants continued to Cowichan Family Life, Cowichan Women Against Violence, and Duncan and District SPCA.”

To date, $ 37,000 in grants have been awarded, and the fund itself is now worth over $ 183,000. Garden House aims for the fund to reach $ 200,000 by the end of December.

Garden House also thanks Ten Old Books, Mission Thrift Store and other local businesses, private donors, student and adult volunteers, the Cowichan Valley School District, Brentwood College and all the book lovers who make the sale a success every year.

Proof of vaccination will be required for anyone 12 years of age and over to participate in the sale. Participants will also be required to wear masks.

To donate books, call 250-743-4627. For more information, see www.gardenhousefoundation.wordpress.com.

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Live music continues at the Duncan Showroom on October 10 with well-known blues artists David Gogo and Steve Marriner.

The two artists have released new albums, according to a press release from the show, with Gogo’s Silver cup released on October 8 and Marriner’s Hope dies last released on July 2.

“Steve Mariner is one of Canada’s most active and blues artists,” the statement said. “Much sought-after versatile producer, songwriter and musician Steve creates and performs consistently as a solo artist or as a member of the Blues Monkeyjunk trio.

“Spirited guitar and world-class slider, David Gogo has made a name for himself as a soul-singing blues troubadour, who is as comfortable with a heartfelt ballad as he is with a groovy blues rocker.” , concludes the press release.

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If you’d like to explore art, the Cowichan Valley Arts Council has an exhibit in its gallery at the Cowichan Community Center in Duncan.

Surrounded by water continues until October 28 during gallery opening hours, Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

So what is it all about? Here is the description of the HVAC:

“The title is the definition of an island, but that doesn’t mean the work has a marine theme. Our goal is to celebrate Sooke’s regional artistry in Cumberland. The 21 artists involved, some with national and international artistic pedigrees, each have unique perspectives on life on the coast.

“The CVAC has the professional gallery space and central location to make it the logical place for this kind of regional art exhibit,” said Susan Down, Executive Director. “And the quality of the pieces will also appeal to art buyers and art lovers.”

The resulting show is a powerful amalgamation of creative talent from Natasha van Netten’s Superpod orca installation and David Goatley’s whimsical parade scene with other well-known artists including Anouk Hartwell, Laurel Hibbert, Dorothy Friesen. , Jo-Anne Westerby, Bonnie Stebbings, Claudia Lohmann, Pattiann Withapea, Michael Dean, Pauline Dueck, Gill Riordan, Catherine Taron, Susan Purney Mark, Ilka Bauer, Carole Finn, Sue Smith, Maureen Walker, Robbie Stroud, Darin Corbiere and Rory MacDonald.

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There was sad news for theatergoers this week.

The Mercury Players Society has announced that it has canceled its scheduled production of Lockerbie women.

Originally scheduled for two different dates in the spring of 2020, but canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic, the show has now been officially canceled.

“We are grateful to everyone who contributed to the production of the cast who spent many hours rehearsing to the crew who helped with rehearsals, assembled costumes and props, prepared sound and lighting, and built an amazing setting and took it apart. ”the Players said in a press release.

If you have purchased tickets and have not yet received a refund, send an email to shauna.clinging@gmail.com

But don’t despair. The group has now set their sights on a staging comedy in December.

The Mercury Players will present The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery.

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MetroParks Presents Night Gathering | News, Sports, Jobs https://naxos-audiobooks.com/metroparks-presents-night-gathering-news-sports-jobs/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 05:43:49 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/metroparks-presents-night-gathering-news-sports-jobs/ S’MORES UNDER THE STARS: Trumbull County MetroParks will be hosting an S’mores Under the Stars on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the metroparks offices, 3983 North River Road, Howland. The event will feature s’mores characters and fireside stories. There will be a Howland fire engine. For more information, call 330-675-3072. BRIDGE FESTIVAL: […]]]>

S’MORES UNDER THE STARS: Trumbull County MetroParks will be hosting an S’mores Under the Stars on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the metroparks offices, 3983 North River Road, Howland.

The event will feature s’mores characters and fireside stories. There will be a Howland fire engine.

For more information, call 330-675-3072.

BRIDGE FESTIVAL: The 37th annual Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival takes place Saturday and Sunday on East Jefferson Street, from Chestnut Street in the east to the Jefferson Railway. Visitors can attend a craft show, food vendors, covered bridge memorabilia, and a parade on Saturdays. There will be exhibits of old tractors.

BOOK SALE FOR FRIENDS: The Friends of the Hubbard Library will be hosting a Fall Book Sale and Trunk or Treat event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Saturday in the library parking lot, 436 W. Liberty St ., Hubbard. Children are encouraged to wear costumes and dress up.

LIGHTNING SALE: Monument of Faith Church, 2165 Highland Ave., Warren, will be holding a charity sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.

CHRISTMAS REQUESTS: The Salvation Army, 270 Franklin St. SE, Warren, will be hosting Christmas requests for residents of Trumbull County from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 12-15 and Oct. 18-22 and 5 p.m. at 7 p.m. on October 12 and 19. will be taken through an appeal process at 330-442-5811, 330-442-4234.

The lines will only be answered on the dates of the candidates. Do not leave messages on the lines because messages will not be returned.

Applications can also be made by email at https://forms.gle/Ng6cBzQZXF2ZzjCf7.

Toy requests are restricted to families with children 14 and under. There will be a drive-through Christmas food box giveaway on December 20 at 10 a.m. for surnames beginning with the letters A through M and at 1 p.m. for surnames beginning with N through Z. There will be a box per car.

Today

• To reach the 24 hour Crisis Information and Response Service in Trumbull County, call Help Network at 330-393-1565 or 211. Call Help Network or Help Hotline at 330-747-2696 or 800-427-3606 for more information on service agencies and support groups.

• NAR-ANON– 7:00 pm, Howland Community Church, 198 Niles Cortland Road SE, Warren, 12-step program for relatives and friends affected by a loved one’s addiction. Sue, 330-240-4793.

• NAR-ANON – 7:00 p.m., Rust City Church, 5555 Youngstown Warren Road, Niles. A 12-step program for relatives and friends affected by a loved one’s drug addiction. Merle 330-307-7607.

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Bellows Falls Women’s Club meets October 12 | Community-News https://naxos-audiobooks.com/bellows-falls-womens-club-meets-october-12-community-news/ Thu, 07 Oct 2021 12:45:00 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/bellows-falls-womens-club-meets-october-12-community-news/ BELLOWS FALLS – Members of the Bellows Falls Women’s Club will meet on Tuesday, October 12 at the United Church on School Street, starting at 1:30 p.m. Joanne Blanchard, Executive Director of Valley Cares in Townshend, will present a program on this property’s offerings. At the September 14 club meeting, the first in-person gathering since […]]]>

BELLOWS FALLS – Members of the Bellows Falls Women’s Club will meet on Tuesday, October 12 at the United Church on School Street, starting at 1:30 p.m.

Joanne Blanchard, Executive Director of Valley Cares in Townshend, will present a program on this property’s offerings.

At the September 14 club meeting, the first in-person gathering since the pandemic began in March 2020, members welcomed General Federation of Vermont Women’s Clubs president Beverley Pallmerine. She installed the club officers and directors for 2021-2022, and spoke about her plans for the year of the state federation.

Club co-chair Judy Boynton chaired the meeting and gave detailed plans for the club’s year. These included a garage sale held at the Masonic Temple on September 25. This successful fundraiser allows the club to continue supporting numerous agencies and organizations in the surrounding communities as well as awarding a scholarship to a graduate of Bellows Falls Union High School. Club members thank everyone who supported the sale. The club will be hosting a food sale in conjunction with the annual Walpole Library Book Sale to be held at Walpole School on October 30.

The local club is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, which promotes its flagship project to raise awareness and prevent domestic violence.

The GFWC-VT will hold its fall meeting in Ludlow on October 16th.

Women interested in joining the club and participating in its activities can contact Betty Haggerty, hubett @ hotmail.com.


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Calendar, October 7, 2021 | New https://naxos-audiobooks.com/calendar-october-7-2021-new/ Thu, 07 Oct 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/calendar-october-7-2021-new/ Today Al-Anon, 1 p.m.-2 p.m., Faith Presbyterian Church, 1608 Kirk Row, enter through door 1. Crafts: Scarecrow Flower Pots, 6 to 8 p.m., Greentown Public Library, 421 S. Harrison St., Library Community Hall, projects are free but registration is required, call 765-628-3534. Autumn tale, 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, Kokomo Howard Russiaville County Public Library, […]]]>

Today

Al-Anon, 1 p.m.-2 p.m., Faith Presbyterian Church, 1608 Kirk Row, enter through door 1.

Crafts: Scarecrow Flower Pots, 6 to 8 p.m., Greentown Public Library, 421 S. Harrison St., Library Community Hall, projects are free but registration is required, call 765-628-3534.

Autumn tale, 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, Kokomo Howard Russiaville County Public Library, 315 Mesa Drive, Parents, Take Your Kids for a Walk in the Outdoor Nature Explore Classroom to Read Deborah Diesen’s “Hello, Fall” Once finished, come in for a surprise.

Large readers Small learners, 10:30 am, Kokomo Howard County Main Library, 220 N. Union St., for preschoolers, kids learn new words, concepts and skills.

American Red Cross: Blood drive, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Ross Medical Education Center, 196 E. Southway Blvd.

Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale: for teachers, From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Kokomo Howard County Main Public Library, 220 N. Union St., shop a wide variety of books at affordable prices.

Have a Smart Heart Program, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Kokomo, four health classes, $ 15 registration fee, shared location upon registration, register by September 30, call 765-456-2313 to register, more information to www.extension.purdue.edu/howard.

Virtual reality, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., Kokomo Howard County Public Library Russiaville, 315 Mesa Drive, Grades 5 to 8, come play on the Oculus Quest VR headset, registration required at khcpl.org under “Events”.

Greentown Historical Society military exhibit and Jenkins studio photography exhibit, open 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays and Saturdays and by appointment or 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, October 17 for Sunday Funday de Greentown, 103 E Main St., Greentown, schedule a visit at 765-628- 3800.

Friday

Al-Anon, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Faith Presbyterian Church, 1608 Kirk Row, enter through Door 1.

Adventures Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch open for the season until October 31: 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, 9717 E. 600 N., Greentown, admission $ 10 (13 and over), $ 5 for children 6 to 12 and children 5 and under free with adult admission, seniors $ 5 (65 and over), admission includes all farm activities, all pumpkins, concessions and gift shop items are sold separately, visit www.kendallfamilyfarmadventures.com.

Friends of the Library Fall Book Sale: Library members only, noon to 5 p.m., Kokomo Howard County Main Public Library, 220 N. Union St., shop a wide range of books at affordable prices, $ 5 for one individual.

Ivy Tech Community College Celebration for Student Success – Dueling Pianos 2021; Ivy Tech Kokomo Campus, Hingst Hall; 5:30 p.m. For more information, call Kelly Karickhoff, 252-5501.

Haunted Attraction Edge of Insanity, 8:00 p.m. to midnight, 5635 N. 00 EW, Kokomo, for tickets and more information call 210-1557 or visit www.weitlesasylum.com.


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Candlelight Tours at LeDuc + New Children’s Exhibit at Lawshe https://naxos-audiobooks.com/candlelight-tours-at-leduc-new-childrens-exhibit-at-lawshe/ Wed, 06 Oct 2021 20:28:39 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/candlelight-tours-at-leduc-new-childrens-exhibit-at-lawshe/ Get up, Mendota Heights! Let’s start this day. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Mendota Heights today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Mostly cloudy and warm. High: 72 Low: 61. Here are the best stories in Mendota Heights today: The Dakota County Historical Society will host the […]]]>

Get up, Mendota Heights! Let’s start this day. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Mendota Heights today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Mostly cloudy and warm. High: 72 Low: 61.


Here are the best stories in Mendota Heights today:

  1. The Dakota County Historical Society will host the annual candlelight events at the historic LeDuc Estate October 16-17 (Mendota Heights Patch)
  2. The Dakota County Historical Society received a Community Spaces Grant from the Community Links Giving Program, which will be used to design a new children’s exhibit for the Lawshe Museum. (Mendota Heights Crest)
  3. The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Council elected Vance Boelter as President and Mike Forbord as Vice President. (Mendota Heights Crest)

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Today in Mendota Heights:

  • Friends of the Wescott Library book sale (9:00 a.m.)
  • Heritage Library Afternoon Book Discussion Group (12:30 p.m.)
  • Housing Crisis Support Services – Wentworth Library (1:00 p.m.)
  • Friends of the Pleasant Hill Library Book Sale: Member Preview Night (5:00 p.m.)
  • LeDuc History Book Discussion Group – Wentworth Library (6.30 p.m.)
  • Club Book With Kate Quinn Online – Wentworth Library (7:00 p.m.)
  • Autumn Bird Watching Online – Wentworth Library (7:00 p.m.)

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  • Elementary Mendota PTA: “Our kindergartens visited the Mendota Pumpkin Patch today! Every spring our 4th graders plant the patch as a welcome gift for our kindergartens! …” (Facebook)
  • School district 197: “This week Somerset Primary School kicked off National Bullying Prevention Month with KINDNESS! The whole school is participating in their Kindness In Chalk event …” (Facebook)
  • School district 197: “School District 197 will be holding two community meetings open to anyone in the community who wants to gather more information about the Fall 2021 Operating Tax Election …” (Facebook)
  • City of Mendota Heights: “Save the date to have fun with the little ones at this upcoming free event!” “(Facebook)
  • Saint-Thomas Academy: “This week we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with another interesting fact: Hércule Florence, a Franco-Brazilian inventor, is considered one of the pioneers of photography …” (Facebook)

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Burks Country: Calendar for October 6 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/burks-country-calendar-for-october-6/ Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:08:40 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/burks-country-calendar-for-october-6/ October 8-9: Exeter Community Library Book Sale Friends, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., 4569 Prestwick Drive, Township of Exeter. The sale takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 9. A $ 5 bag of books, noon to 3 p.m. October 9-10: Hawk Creek Apple Festival, 7 am to 5 pm, Joanna Furnis […]]]>

October 8-9:

Exeter Community Library Book Sale Friends, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., 4569 Prestwick Drive, Township of Exeter. The sale takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 9. A $ 5 bag of books, noon to 3 p.m.

October 9-10:

Hawk Creek Apple Festival, 7 am to 5 pm, Joanna Furnis Works, Furnis Road, 3 miles north of Morgantown, Highway 10. Admission is free. Masks are optional, but visitors should maintain social distancing. A variety of dishes including Hay Creek’s famous Apple Pancake Breakfast. Historical presentation. The two-day festival includes many fascinating family activities. These family-friendly activities include scarecrow buildings, pumpkin paintings, and hay rides. Children can also take the Apple Barrel Express. The activity will continue on October 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, please visit www.haycreek.org. Or 610-286-0388.

October 9:

Start at the Burks History Center Road Rumble, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Burks History Center, 940 Center Avenue and explore the townships of Mullenberg, Long Swamp and Alsace. The self-guided tour ends at the William Penn Fire Tower on Skyline Drive. Here, pork barbecue fundraisers are organized (at an additional cost). Food can also be purchased from the Longswamp Township Historical Society. Cost: $ 45 per vehicle for non-members. detail: https://www.berkshistory.org/event/fall-21-road-ramble/ You can also call BHC (610-375-4375) Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Southern Gospel Concert with Brian Free and Assurance, 6 p.m., Bridge of Hope Church, 309 West Franklin Street, Wimmelsdorf. Cost: $ 16, adults; children 4-12 years old, $ 10. You will receive a tribute of love. For more information, please call 484-651-010.

Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue “Meet & Greet the Goldens”, 10 am to noon, Golden Gateway Facility, 60 Vera Cruz Road, Reinholds. Meet golden retrievers and dogs available for adoption. Food that can be purchased. Free entry. (No photo.) See inza (events@dvgrr.org or 717-484-4799) for more information.

Garage sale, 9 am to noon, Gray Lutheran Church, 33 S. 11th St. Clothing, books, white elephant items. A bag will be provided. Follow CDC guidelines.

Breakfast, 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Central Berks Fire Company, 111 Callowhill St., Centerport. The buffet is all you can eat for $ 10.

October 10:

Strausstown Fire Company Breakfast, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Strausstown Community Campus, 50 East Ave., Strausstown. A full breakfast menu is available. The proceeds go to the equipment fund.

Apple Dumpling and Turkey Pie Sale, St. Peter’s UCC at Malltown, Fleetwood, Maidencreek Road 219. Cost: Dumplings, $ 4 each. Pot Pie Quotes, $ 7 each. Call 610-683-7223 to place an order. The deadline for orders is October 10th. You can pick it up from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on October 16 (church phone number: 610-944-9418).

October 12:

Gallery Fundraiser, Nelly Walter, Mental Media, 6:30 p.m., Muhlenberg Recreation Building, 3025 River Road, Muhlenberg Township. Benefits of the Mullenberg Community Library. Cost: $ 25 per person. Buy your ticket at the library, 610-929-0589. You will need a mask or a face covering.

October 14:

Farm-to-table dinner at the Katztown Folk Festival, 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Roder Institute. Cost: $ 150 per person. Registration and details: https://www.kutztownfestival.com/farm-table-dinner-event-rodale-institute.

October 16:

Dairy Appreciation Dinner, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Bull Baker Farm, 493 Musser Road, Mount Joy, Lancaster County. Free lunch and networking event for dairy farmers and their families by the Pennsylvania Center for Dairy Excellence. Producers can pre-register up to 6 people for a Dairy Appreciation Dinner. Several partners from the same farm can register individually. Depending on the interests and capabilities of the farm, the center may terminate the registration. To register for any of the events, please visit www.centerfordairyexcellence.org/appreciation-dinners or call 717-346-0849.

October 17:

Charlie’s BBQ Chicken Fundraiser by the Boy Scouts 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Walgreens Parking, 2203 Lancaster Pike, Kamlou Township. Each dinner includes ½ chicken, baked potatoes, applesauce and bread rolls for $ 10. Advance tickets can be purchased online at Troop2018.org. It will end as soon as the stock is exhausted. For the benefit of the Army Camp Fund.

Sale of oyster pies, Huffs Union Church, 540 Conrad Road, Hereford Township. Orders are closed before October 17 and pickup is from the lower floors of the chapel from 9 a.m. to noon on October 30. The cost is $ 7.50. To order: 610-845-2626.

21st of October :

Pulled pork, fries, applesauce meal, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Central Barks Fire Company, 111 Callowhill St., Centerport. The cost is $ 9.50.

October 23:

Oley Fire Company Take & Bake Pizza & house soup sale, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Oley Fire Company, 26 Jefferson St., Oley. Take and cook a 16 inch pizza and homemade chicken corn noodles, ham and bean soup for sale by Quart. Cost: Plain pizza, $ 10; pepperoni, $ 12. Soup, $ 5.50. Pre-order before October 16. Drive-through pickup at 26 Jefferson St., Oley Fairgrounds, October 23. Pre-order: call Kevin (484-256-8009).

Flea market and bake sale, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Faith Lutheran Church, 210 N. 25th St., Mount Penn. Clothing and household items. I need a $ 3 bag sale mask at 11:00 am.

Harvest Funding, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Burks County Heritage Center, 1102 Red Bridge Road, Canton of Bern. All of Yorkham Institute’s middle and high schools play “The Berks County Legend”. Games, cart rides, juggling workshops, pumpkin paintings, apple engravings, songs.

Sale of 25 cents, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Calvary United Christian Church, 1231 Route 100, Baltic. Clothing, shoes, books, household items, etc.

October 24:

Italian Hoa Gee Sale, Pioneer Grange, 46 E. Keller Street, Topton. The deadline for orders is October 24th. Cost: $ 5. Picking, November 1 at the Grange Hall from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Order: Tammy 610-463-7213.

Pennsylvania Long Rifle or Kentucky Rifle, 2:00 p.m., Berks County Heritage Center, 1102 Red Bridge Road, Canton of Bern. Local historian and Revolutionary War expert Lin Otto discusses the history of the Pennsylvania long gun and the ongoing debate over the name of the Pennsylvania vs. Kentucky rifle. Otto also focused on the manufacture of firearms in Colonial America.

October 31:

Trunk or Treat, 1:00 p.m., Calvary United Church of Christ, 1231 Route 100, Barto. Good weather, good weather on this free event.

November 6:

Christmas Bazaar, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., St. Mary’s Church, 14833 Kutztown Road, Kutztown. For more information, please contact Annie at 484-333-5538.

November 20:

Annual bazaar, bake sale, basket raffle, flea market, 9 am-1pm, Calvary United Christian Church, 1231 Route 100, Bart.


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Next Library Book Sale + Turkey Trot https://naxos-audiobooks.com/next-library-book-sale-turkey-trot/ Tue, 05 Oct 2021 21:13:26 +0000 https://naxos-audiobooks.com/next-library-book-sale-turkey-trot/ Hello, Southbury! Al Branch here with your brand new edition of the Southbury Daily. First, the weather forecast for the day: Periods of sunshine. High: 70 Low: 55. Here are the best stories today in Southbury: Friends of Southbury Public Library book sale October 28-31 (HamletHub) Toby Knapp Obituary (1951 – 2021) – Southbury, CT […]]]>

Hello, Southbury! Al Branch here with your brand new edition of the Southbury Daily.


First, the weather forecast for the day:

Periods of sunshine. High: 70 Low: 55.


Here are the best stories today in Southbury:

  1. Friends of Southbury Public Library book sale October 28-31 (HamletHub)
  2. Toby Knapp Obituary (1951 – 2021) – Southbury, CT – Connecticut Post (Legacy.com)
  3. Police are investigating a $ 275,000 equipment theft at Danbury Hospital (Torrington Citizen Register)
  4. Southbury Jobs: Find Out Who’s Hiring in the Area (Southbury Patch)
  5. Camp scholarships allow the Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust to host a record number of children and families (HamletHub)
  6. Quinnipiac professor analyzes the scale of the global Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp blackout (WTNH.com)
  7. In Ansonia: Splash Pad Possible or Splash Pad Politics? | Independent Valley Sentinel (Independent Valley Sentinel)

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  • Schools in region 15: “Excellent opportunity to become a building substitute in region 15! The building substitutes are dedicated to a school in this position from Monday to Friday. Join our team today! Follow the link for more information: https: //www.region1 … “(Facebook)
  • PES Southbury PTO: “Our meeting this Friday has been rescheduled to Friday, October 15. You cannot attend the meeting, join us on Zoom.” (Facebook)
  • Macaroni Kid Southbury CT: “Hey mom! Nothing fuels your children like a glass of ice-cold milk. So don’t miss your chance to participate in the Fuel Their Drive Challenge: you could win up to $ 10,000 for your high school athletics program just by drinking Guida’s milk. . Take a picture … “(Facebook)
  • Southbury Library Youth Services: “Nutmegs at Noon is back! Miss Heather shares nominees for the Elementary Nutmeg 2022 Book Award. Today’s books include“ Dinosaur Lady: the Daring Discoveries of Mary Anning, the First Paleontologist ”written by Linda Skeers and illustrated b … “(Facebook)
  • City of Southbury: “Registrations are now open for the 11th edition of the Southbury Women’s Club Turkey Trot! Https://southburywomensclub.org/southbury-turkey-trot” (Facebook)

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