COMMUNITY CALENDAR 6/25/2003

HUGE GARAGE SALE
EAGLES #248, 4948 Bluffton Road, Waynedale, Indiana
Saturday, June 28th – 9am to 4pm
Open to the public – Guest Day – Steak Dinner from 6 to ? – Food Available All Day – Purchase Table For $5, Call 478-2481
Entertainment by FATHER ‘N SON

 

HOAGLAND DAYS
Who: City of Hoagland, Indiana
What: HOAGLAND DAYS CELEBRATION
When: June 19, 20, 21, 2003
Where: City of Hoagland, Indiana – Go southeast down Route 27/33 towards Decatur- look for the signs
Family Fun & Children’s Entertainment: Free Stage shows: Concordia High School-Stomp, Bishop Luers High School-Minstrel Show, High Noon Band, & Spike & the Bulldogs – Carnival Rides, 2 Demolition Derbies, Activities for all, All American Food of all kinds! – Free Parking including Handicap and Senior parking.

 

DINNER DANCE
Who: Kingston Health Center
What: Dinner Dance
When: July 14, 2003 – Dinner at 5pm – Dance 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Where: Wayne High School
Cost: $3 per person
Note: Dancing with BRASS & IVORY – RSVP to 747-1523 for the first 400.

 

BE A STAR ON WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS
Come on down to the Fraternal Order Of Eagles Aerie #248, 4940 Bluffton Road and see yourself on the BIG 42-inch screen. Bring a tape and record yourself performing Karaoke.

 

PEEK BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE ZOO JUNE 25TH
Did you know that zoo animals eat 700 pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables every week? Have you ever seen the specialized tools used to handle snakes and other exotic reptiles? You can see this and more during Peek Behind the Scenes at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo on Wednesday, June 25, 2003.
Visitors can Peek Behind the Scenes in the following areas: The Great Barrier Reef Aquarium Workroom – Look down into the 17,000-gallon tank and see how divers get into the aquarium.
Dr. Diversity’s Rain Forest Research Station Reptile Room – See the reptile room’s specialized tools and learn about exotic reptile and insect care.
Animal Food Prep Kitchen – See where zookeepers prepare food for the zoo’s 1,500 animals.
The tours will run continuously from 9am to 3pm and are free with zoo admission. The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is open every day from 9am to 5pm including holidays. Admission is $6.50 for adults, and $4.50 for children ages 2-14 and seniors over age 60. Children under age 2 are admitted free.

 

GARAGE SALE
Who: St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 518 E. DeWald
What: Giant Garage Sale & Bag Sale
When: Thursday, Friday, Saturday – June 26, 27, 28, 2003 – from 8am to 5pm – Bag Sale will be on the 28th from 8am to 11am
Where: In the school basement – use the St. Martin’s Street entrance
Note: Parking will be available in the church parking lot. Come early for the best bargains

 

DIVINE SERVICE
Bethany Lutheran Church, 2435 Engle Road, invites you to our Wednesday evening Divine Service at 7:30pm. For more information call 747-0713.

 

FREE CATHEDRAL PATRIOTIC CONCERT
Who: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
What: Free Cathedral Patriotic Concert
When: July 2, 2003 – 7pm
Where: In the Cathedral in downtown Fort Wayne
Why: In celebration of America’s Birthday
Cost: Free and open to the public – early seating is advised for this popular annual event Complimentary ice cream will be served in the Cathedral Center following the concert.
Note: The program of patriotic music will feature the Cathedral Choir, along with Guest Organist John Cargile and a brass quartet.

 

5TH ANNUAL LINKS FOR LIFE GOLF TOURNAMENT PLANNED
Who: American Cancer Society
What: 5th Annual American Cancer Society Links For Life Golf Tournament
When: Monday, June 30, 2003
Where: Sycamore Hills Country Club
Details: This year the Links For Life Golf Tournament is dedicated to a courageous woman who lost her personal battle with cancer – Francine Schubert. Francine was a well-respected community activist and long-time supporter of the American Cancer Society and its mission and goals. Men and women foursomes are invited to spend a day on the golf course and help beat cancer. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society Allen County Unit in the fight against cancer. All members of the community are welcome to participate in this incredible tournament – no matter your golf experience. For more information or to register a team, call Sara Goff at 260-471-3911.

 

PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE – A play by Neil Simon
Who: First Presbyterian Theater
Where: 300 W. Wayne Street
When: Thursday Preview Performance, July 10, 2003 at 7:30pm – Fridays & Saturdays, July 11, 12, 19 at 8pm (No performance Friday, 7/18/03), Wednesday & Thursday, July 16, 17 at 7:30pm, Sundays, July 13, 20 at 2pm
Cost: Preview $6,(first come first served), Regular Performances-General Admission $12, Seniors (over 60) $10, Young Audience (under 23) $10

 

CHARITY DANCE FOR CAMP JANEE
A USO Tour Dance will be held on July 12, 2003 beginning at 7:30pm at the Scottish Rite Center, 431 West Berry Street. Entertainment will be provided by Francie Zucco and Orchestra featuring the Big Band Sounds of the 1940’s. Entertainers from Baker Promotions will start the evening with a Jitterbug and encourage participants to join in. Cash bar at 7:30ppm with hors d’oeuvres at 8pm and the orchestra begins at 9pm. Cost is $50 per couple/$30 single. All proceeds go to Camp Janee (a camp for adults surviving cancer). All donations are tax deductible. Camp Janee is a 501©3, not-for-profit organization. For ticket reservations, call Scottish Rite Center at 260-423-2593, ext 1.

 

FALL REGISTRATION DAY
Who: Maplewood Elementary School
What: Registration for Fall
When: July 15, 2003 from 1pm to 6pm
Where: At Maplewood School
Note: For new students to Maplewood – bring proof of residency (lease or purchase agreement & current gas or electric bill) and if new to FWCS bring birth certificate and shot records.

 

ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL PROUDLY PRESENTS LES MISÉRABLES – Student Edition
Who: Elmhurst High School
What: Les Misérables – The musical that swept the world!
When: Friday, June 27-7:30pm & Saturday, June 28-7:30pm
Where: Elmhurst High School – Sandpoint Road
Cost: $7 all seats reserved – Call Kirby Volz at 425-7510, Ext 445
Note: Cast members from: Canterbury, Carroll, Bishop Dwenger, Elmhurst, Paul Harding, Homestead, Bishop Luers, North Side, Northrop, South Side, and Wayne

 

NEW ERA CHAPTER – AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN’S
ASSOCIATION TRIP TO SAUGATUCK
ABWA will be sponsoring a trip to Saugatuck, Michigan for the Saugatuck Annual Arts Festival and Fair on Saturday, July 26, 2003. Cost for this one day trip is $30 per person including continental breakfast, coffee and orange juice. The bus will depart from Northcrest Shopping Center (by Wells Fargo Bank). Boarding will be at 6:45am and departure at 7am sharp. Depart Saugatuck at 6pm to return to Fort Wayne at approximately 10pm. Reservations/payment deadline is Thursday, June 19, 2003. Please mail the number of reservations along with name, address, telephone, and your check payable to NEW ERA CHAPTER, ABWA, c/o Marty Kocks, 6336 Langwood Blvd., fort Wayne, IN 46835. For further information call 260-485-1690.

 

MERCHANDISERS BAZAAR
Come and browse the booths of some of your favorite in home party suppliers. See what’s new without having to host a party of your own, no hassles, no getting the house ready, preparing snacks or sending out invitations. Fill your car with some friends and family, park in the conveniently located lot right next to the building.
Pampered Chef, Home & Garden, Tupperware, Premier Designs, Longaberger Baskets, Captiva Bath & Body, Weekenders, Cozme’ Jewelry and Tastefully Simple all under one roof in a central location right downtown – Historic Fort Wayne Masonic Temple, 216 E. Washington Blvd, Saturday, June 28, 2003 from 1pm to 4pm.
Refreshments will be provided along with some door prizes. This event is open to the public. For more information call: Mary Ross at 426-4728 or Jennifer Pelter at 456-3374.

 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Travel the vibrant streets of London on an intriguing mission to crack the elusive Character Code as sleuths and inspectors seek to solve THE GREAT KINDOM CAPER at the Cooperative Parish of Roanoke’s Vacation Bible School. The Cooperative Parish of Roanoke invites all children, ages 2-12, to join us for our annual Vacation Bible School. The investigation will be held at Seminary UMC, 285 N. Seminary Street in Roanoke, Indiana. The case of the Great Kingdom Caper will be solved on July 8-11 from 6:22pm to 8:30pm and July 12 from 9am to 11:30am with lunch provided afterwards for the whole family.
The Great Kingdom Caper is an exciting and intriguing escapade that is filled with twists, turns, and surprises. Sleuths, that’s caper talk for kids, will be on special assignment to discover how to live with Christian character. Bible stories, music, crafts, recreation, and snacks are all combined to provide kids with an adventure-filled week designed especially for them.
This week of fun, food and intrigue is free of charge and open to everyone. We will be having a Marvelous Mystery Mission on June 29th at 1pm at Roanoke Park to pre-register sleuths for the Great Kingdom Caper-Cracking the Character Code. Call the Cooperative Parish of Roanoke if you have any further questions at 672-3167.

Pre-registration forms may be picked up at the church office at 10312 Aboite Center. A registration form can also be sent via email or fax. Gloria can be reached by email at Gloria@aboitelutheran.org.

 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’43
The CCHS Class of ’43 will hold its 60th reunion on September 13, 2003 at American Legion Post #82 on Harris Road – Any further information please call Jeanne Lauer at 747-4567 or Gloria Cox at 471-3146 or Phyllis Klug at 747-4457. This will be a buffet and the cost will be $25 per person.

 

WAYNEDALE UNITED METHODIST WOMEN’S NEWS
‘Friends Circle’ has decided to change their meeting time from evenings to afternoons. They will meet the first Thursday of the month at 1pm. So…those of you who may want to be in an afternoon Circle here’s the opportunity!

 

CHRISTKINDEL MARKT OF FORT WAYNE – ATTENTION ALL AREA ARTISANS!
A new Fort Wayne venue to exhibit and sell your wares. We are looking for artists looking for a venue to sell their top quality hand made gift and holiday items, toys, tree ornaments, and pottery. Freimann Square November 29 – November 30, 2003. For more information or to reserve your market stand, call 260-747-2592 or 260-432-6495. Christkindel Markt, 3355 Elmhurst Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46809.

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