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THETIMES - PAGE 9 - AUGUST28,1990 Canabwn Days Communiiy Dance ta be Held The Canaltown Days Community 11:00 p.m. buffet sewed as well. Dance will take place this year on Tickets may be obtained from Deb a Saturday, ~eptember 9th from 9:OOp.m. and Lou Trombino, Chairmen, 597- ti1 1 :00 a.m. at the Moose Club. \The 6783. Rena and Gary Haigh, 597-5971, Connectors\ will be playing for your Pat and Dan Pope 597-5657 or at the musical enjoyment. There will. be an , door. Tickets are $20 per couple. Marion Heritage Days ' , #'A Dutch Trear' It's a real \~utch Treat\ as the Annual Marion Heritage Festival, honors their traditional'Dutch'ancestry, on September 8, 1990. Ballots dropped . off at the Public Library in Marion determined who would be the honorary \Dutch \ King and Queen to reign over the festival. Visitors attending the festih in Dutch costume will be eligible for judging with winner receiving recogni- tion. Breakfast specials begin at 6:00 a.m.. for ,the early riser. A Slo-Pitch Bas~ball Tournament calls \batter up\ at 8:OQ and, from 9:00 a.m. until closing the day is filled with food and actiomfor all. - ' Antique dealers, a flea market, and -- dijwnthvn s@les by.dirChavts qiiH dffer, oppo&nities to search for bargains and treasures. The Library will sponsor a used book sale, a will also show video tapes of various Marion events. Other visitors may wish to visit the displays and exhibits in the museum, view the quilts, needlework and woodworking shows, or enjoy the tour of historic cobblestone houses. The \Dutch\ King and Queen will be crowned at 10:OO a.m. after which helicopter rides from the Elementary preparations are well under way for the 1990 Canaltown Days which will be held on Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16. The Canaltown , Days Committee met recently under the Chairmanship of Jerry Kelly, to discuss and organize information needed to coordinate this year's Pamyra Canal- town Days. Many of the same events and activi- ties will return for this year's celebration. Any questions relating to any of the major events that take place during Canaltown Days can be directed to the following Chairpersons on the Canal- . town Days Committee. PARADE: Ron Reinwald 597-6447; CRAFTS: Carol Urtz 597-6121; ART SHOW: Gladys Batterby 597-9238; HORSE D,RAWN PARADE: Ed VanNorman 597-6500; COMMUNITY DANCE: Lou and Debbie Trombino 597-6783; PUBLI- CITY: Larry & Sue O'Meal591-6490; FLEA MARKET: Tom & Alicia Lynch 597-2349; ANTIQUE SHOW: Jim Elliott 597-4 173. One other date to mark on your calendars is- Saturday, September 8 the date -for the Canaltown Days Community Dance which is open to the public. School athletic field will provide a bird's eye view of festivities and the sur- rounding areas. Wagon wheels will turn during the day to give riders a more prosaic and closer to the ground approach. Music in the park .will be continuous after 10:OO -a.m. and food will be in abundance throughout the day. Fresh biscuits coverd with chicken and gravy, Dutch lettuce, Socyzen, barbecued chicken, Southern barbecued ribs, all will be waiting to temp you as you browse among the attractions. Of course, there .will also be plenty of hots and hamburgers for those who can resists the Dutch treats. Planners did not forget the children., , . . for the Festival schedules a Toddler's Race at 10:30 a.m., a Junior Jog at 11:00, a Junior Obstance Course at 11:30, as well as a Fenny Arcade, face painting and wagon rides. Macedon Centen% Lumberjack .Festival You won't hear Woody Herman playing \The Woodchopper's Ball\ but you will be in far plenty of excitement on September 8 and 9 when the Eighth Annual. Lumberjack Festival is held in Macedon Center at the Firemen's Field, Route 3 1 F and Canandaigua Road. All \visiting lumberjacks-for-a-day\ can sit down to .breakfast in the fire hall from 7:00 - 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. or 8:00 -Noon on Sunday at this Festival spon- sored by the Fire Department, the Histor- ical Society and the United Methodist, . . church: Gates open at 8:00 a.m., and many commercial and craft exhibitors will occupy you until the competition begins at 9:00 on Saturday, with finals starting at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday. There will be log rolling, crosscut. sawing, chain sawing, horizontal log chop,- buck sawing, and tree feeling. The ever pop- ular greased pole climb is back, complete with the frantic antics of contestants trying to climb a pole greased well with Crisco. Food is available throughout both days, and dancers can \swing -your partner\ at the big square dance from '7:OO - 11:OO p.m. Saturday night in the fire hall. . The festival will end Sunday wiih a drawing for handcrafted wood items. For churchgoers, the \come as you are\ . church service will be .held at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. 587.2444 BOB LAROSE (Recorder for messages) MONDAY MlDNlGHT MOBlL MIXED Midnight ti1 2:00 a.m. TUESDAY 3-MAN NO TAP (1st place: $2,000) 9:00 p.m. - 10:OO pm (Meeting 8/28/90 at 7:00 pm \SATURDAY MIXED - 6:30 pm ti1 8:30 pm. . , Bowl Every Other Saturday (1 7 weeks) (Meeting 8/25/90 at 77:O pm) SATURDAY SENIOR GIRLS/BOYS 10:OO am - 12:OO noon (13-19yearsold) - - (Meeting 8/25/90 at 12:30 pm * NEW! * Senior Bo ys/Girls Traveling Team SATURDAY JUNIOR GSRLS/BOYS- - . 12:30 - 2:30 pm - - (7-12 years old) (Meeting 8/25 at 1:30 pm) , BEGINNING AUG. 27 MON-FRI. 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. SAT. 9:00 p.m. - idn night Reserve your birthdav roartv.

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