COMMUNITY CALENDAR 9/28/2005

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OKTOBERFEST 2005
When: Sat., Sept. 24
Doors open at 6
Dinner at 7
Concert at 8pm
Who: Music by the “Haus Musikanten” until midnight
Where: Park Edelweiss
3355 Elmhurst Drive

EUCHRE
Who: Am. Legion Post 296
Where: 130 W. Tillman Road
When: Every Monday night

BAERFIELD
TOASTMASTERS
What: Learn speaking and leadership skills
Where: Atz’s Ice Cream Shoppe, Tillman Road
When: Tuesdays at 6pm
If you need help becoming a confident, effective speaker at your club meetings, this is the place to begin.

RICHARDVILLE HOUSE
What: Open for the season
When: Saturdays, 12-4pm
Cost: $7 Adults
$5 Students

SOUTHWEST
CONSERVATION CLUB
5703 Bluffton Road
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
What: Fish and Tenderloin Supper
When: Friday, October 7
5pm-7:30pm
What: Trap & Skeet Shoot
When: Sun., September 26
12:30pm –close

SOUTHMOOR SINGERS
What: Looking for singers to join our ladies choir
When: Practice 9-11am
Tuesdays
Come join us! We are a group of ladies who love to sing and share the gift of music with others.
Call 447-0339 or 744-5034 for more information.

MEMORIAL BRICKS
Where: War Memorial Shrine, 2122 O’Day Road
Make every day a “Memorial Day” by placing a brick of honor on the Korean War Veterans Association’s beautiful walkway
For more information call Allen Clendenen at 489-1724

BEGINNING THE JOURNEY
Who: Alzheimer’s Association
What: Seminar for families who suspect memory loss or have recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease
For more information or to register, call 1-800-272-3900.

SOS NIGHT
Who: Nine Mile United Methodist Church
Where: 6303 Winters Road
When: Every Thursday night from 6-7:30pm
What: Sharing Our Savior Night
The night begins with dinner and a bible story and then games for all.
Help for children with homework also available.

VOLUNTEER
OPPORTUNITIES
Where: Chief Richardville House, 5705 Bluffton Road
When: Throughout the year
What: Sweeping, moping, dusting, and pulling weeds, yard clean-up, and general custodial work
Call 426-2882 ext. 307 volunteer opportunities.

EUCHRE
Where: Waynedale United Methodist Church
When: Every Tuesday, 9am

FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP MEETS
Where: Kingston Residence
7515 Winchester Rd
When: Second Wednesday of each month from 3-4pm
What: Support, education on resources, and provide training materials to family caregivers
For More Info: Contact Pattie 747-1523.

EAGLE AERIE #248 NEWS
Join us every Friday for “All You Can Eat Fish” for only $6.50.
Every Saturday come and enjoy steaks.
Featuring 16oz. T-bone Steak dinner for $11.50.
All dinners include choice of baked potato or fries, vegetable, salad, and roll.

BOOKS NOW AVAILABLE
Autographed copies of my new book, HOW TO EAT A WILD GREEN PANCAKE and other humorous tales, by Ray McCune, will be available for purchase by calling 747-6512. The price is $19.50.

CHURCH SERVICES
Where: Church of Christ, 3421 Thurber Ave, Waynedale
When: Sundays
9am Bible Study
10am & 6:30pm Services
Radio program on WGL, 1250AM, each Sunday from 7am-7:30am
Call 747-2637 for information.

GOLDEN KIWANIS
Meets every Thursday at 11:30am at Atz Ice Cream Shoppe on Tillman Road

SOUTHSIDE OPTIMIST CLUB
“Friend of Youth”
When: Tuesdays 7-8am
Where: Atz Restaurant
211 E. Tillman Road
Contact: Devon Mathias
747-5468

WALKERS WELCOME!
Where: Mount Calvary Lutheran Church
1819 Reservation Drive
Family Life Center
When: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday beginning at 8am
Mrs. Betty Rekeweg checks your blood pressure before & after walking, if desired. A five-minute devotion is provided prior to the start of the program after which a person can walk as long as they desire.

ROLLING THUNDER
What: Rolling Thunder Meeting
Where: AMVETS Post #33
When: 3rd Sunday 3pm

EUCHRE
Where: AmVets Post 33
Where: 6620 Koester Road
When: Every Tuesday night, 7pm

LITTLE RIVER
WETLANDS PROJECT
What: Monthly meeting
When: First Wednesday of every month
Where: 2403 Fairoak Drive
This is for all interested people.
The public is welcome and invited.

WUMC CHURCH FALL BAZAAR
Where: WUMC
Church Street in Waynedale
When: Sat., November 5
Table rental is $20 for a 6-foot table.
Call 747-3541 for more information.

100 YEAR REUNION NOTICE
Who: Fort Wayne Parks
What: Park Family Reunion
Why: To celebrate 100 years of park service
Where: Headwaters Park
When: Saturday, October 1
Noon –4pm
For more information call 427-6004.

ORGAN RECITAL
Where: Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
2313 S. Hanna Street
Who: Michael Hollman
When: Sunday, Sept 25, 3pm
Admission is free.
Call 447-1358 for more information.

WOMEN’S AFTER 5
What: Monthly Mtg
When: Monday, Sept 26
6:30-8pm
Where: Goeglein’s
7311 Maysville Road
What: Sharon Iovino from Latitudes at 538 will speak on concepts and alluring collections to enhance today’s fast-paced lifestyle.

STUDENT FUNDRAISER
Who: Bishop Luers
Where: 333 E. Paulding Rd.
Starting in the school gymnasium
What: 25th Annual Walk-A-Thon
When: Friday, Sept 30
9:15am

SHOW CHOIR CLINIC
Where: Homestead High School Auditorium
When: Sat, Oct 15, 2pm
Pre-registration by October 1
Who: Homestead’s Class Royale and Elite Show Choir Clinic for kids 3-8 grades
For more information call 672-3298.

4-H INFORMATION NIGHT
When: Thurs., Oct. 13
7-8:30pm
Who: Extension Educator
4-H & Youth Development
Where: 4001 Crescent Ave.
For youth’s grade 3-12
For more information call 481-6826.

FALL FESTIVAL
Where: 11337 Old US 27 South
Located by 469 E/US 27 South
Who: St. Joseph Church
When: Sat., Sept. 24
Noon –10:30pm
For more information call 639-3352.

FALL TRAIL GUIDE WORKSHOPS
Where: Fox Island Nature Center, 7324 Yohne Road
When: Tues., Oct. 25
7-9:30pm
What: Nature at Night.
Come see what it’s like to night hike, and do some stargazing.

FALL BAZARR
Who: Lutheran Home Auxiliary
When: Friday, Oct. 21
9am-7pm
Sat., October 22
9am-Noon
Where: 6701 S Anthony Blvd
Cost: $5
For more information call 447-0800, ext. 383

FAITH ON THE FRONTIER
What: Community collaborative event that celebrates the historical influence of churches on our developing frontier.
Where: Official kick-off at ACPL parking lot on Berry
When: Sunday, October 2
12pm
For more information call 637-8332.

ONE-ROOM SCHOOL REUNION
Who: Aboite Township
What: Homestead #7
School Reunion
When: Saturday, October 1
5:30pm
For more information call 432-1868.

ANNUAL WALK-A-THON
Who: Hope Center Pregnancy & Relationship Resources
Where: Foster Pk Pavilion #1
When: Sat., September 24
8:30am
5K begins at 9:15
2-mile begins at 9:30
For more information call 422-3544.

KYLE ROAD
NEIGHBORHOOD
FAMILY PICNIC
When: Sat., Oct. 15, 3pm
What: Fall Picnic
Meat & drinks provided.
Bring dish to share.
Where: North end of Tyrone
Kids bike parade, CHIP program, door prizes, etc.

SKYLINE SENIORS
Where: Skyline Church
5300 Winchester Rd
When: Tuesday, October 11
10am
Potluck luncheon at Noon
What: Informative meeting with Bob Black.
Plan to come and bring a guest.

CRAFTERS NEEDED
What: Annual Bazaar
Where: New Life Christian School
When: Sat., Nov. 12
9am-2pm
Call Linda to rent 8′ table, 260-824-4660.

HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR
Where: Cornwell’s Dinner Theater, Marshal, MI
When: Friday, November 4
Who: Sponsored by Johnny Appleseed Chapter of American Business Women’s Association
What: Holiday Bus Trip Fundraiser
Cost: $54
For more information call 456-4218.

WINE TASTING
Who: Acres Land Trust
Where: Joseph Decuis, Roanoke, IN
When: Sat., Oct. 15, 2-5pm
What: Support your local nature preserve and enjoy a lovely evening of wine, great food, jazz, and a beautiful nature photography show.
Cost: $40 per person, $75 per couple
Contact ACRES at 422-1004.

GRANDPARENTS
SUPPORT GROUP
Where: Waynedale United Methodist Church
2501 Church Street
When: Tue., Oct. 11, 7pm

SERVICE FAIR FOR SOUTHWEST EXTENDED
Where: Keystone School
5421 Homestead Road
When: Thurs., Sept. 29
5-7pm
What: Open house to give citizens an opportunity to learn more about city services

FASCINATING EARLY FORT WAYNE WOMEN
What: 2005-2006 Series
Where: Historic Swinney Homestead
When Begin October 13
COST: $15 per program
Advance reservation only.
Call 625-5817.

HOMEWORK HOTLINE
Who: Ross-Hulman Institute of Technology
What: Free math and science homework help, grades 6-12
When Call 1-877-ASK-ROSE
Sunday through Thursday, 7-10pm
www.AskRose.org

.22 RIFLE CLASS
Where: Concordia Lutheran High School shooting range
When: Wed., Oct. 5
6:30-8:30pm
What: Open to youths 5-12
Cost: $20
All equipment provided.

FISH FRY
Where: Pleasant Center School Cafeteria
2323 Pleasant Center Road
When: Fri., Oct. 7
4:30-7:30pm
Cost: $7
Why: To update existing playground equipment
Hosted by Pleasant Center PTA.

TABLE RENTAL
Who: Precious Blood Rosary Society
What: Table rental for Christmas Craft Boutique
Where: 1529 Barthold
Table rental cost is $20
For more information call 422-8766.

PEACE RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
Who: The Women’s Guild of Peace Lutheran Church
Where: 4900 Fairfield Ave.
When: Fri., Oct. 7, 8am-5pm
A bag sale will be 8am-Noon
Sat., Oct. 8.

RUMMAGE SALE
Who: Emmaus Ladies Aid
Where: 2320 Broadway
When: Sat., Oct. 8
Mon., Oct. 10
9am-1pm
Bag sale on Monday only.

CARD PARTY & BAKE SALE
Who: Emmaus Ladies Aid
Where: 2320 Broadway
When: Thur., Sept. 29, 1pm
Donations $3
Men are welcome.

BLOCK PARTY HOG ROAST & BAKE SALE
Who: Elmhurst Church of the Nazarene
Where: 2951 Sandpoint Rd
When: Sat., Oct. 8
11am-4pm
For more information call 747-4811.

AMISH HAYSTACK DINNER
Who: Calvary United Methodist Church
Where: 6301 Winchester Rd
When: Sat., Oct. 1
5-7pm
Cost: $5
Proceeds go to support mission work.
For more information call 747-9218.

RUMMAGE & CRAFT SALE
Who: Zion Lutheran Church
Where: 2313 South Hanna St.
When: Sat., Oct. 8
9am-2pm
For more information call 447-1358.

FORKS OF THE WABASH PIONEER FESTIVAL
When: Sat & Sun
Sept. 24 & 25
10am-5pm
Where: Hier’s Park,
Huntington
What: Encampments, re-enactments, demonstrations, displays, motorcars, engines, tractors, crafts antiques, entertainment, food & games
Cost: $2 for adults, $1 for children under 5.
Parking is free.

BULBAPALOOZA 2005
What: Fall Bulb Sale
Who: Purdue Extension
Where: Extension Office of the IPFW Campus
4001 Crescent Ave.
When: Sat., Oct. 8
1-3pm

18th ANNUAL WALK FOR ANIMALS
Who: Animal Care & Control
What: 2-mile non-competitive walk
Come with or without a dog
When: Sunday, Oct. 2
Check-in 1pm
Where: Franke Pk Pvln. #1
Why: Working to solve the problem of abused, neglected and abandoned animals.

STEAK & BURGER
DINNER
Who: Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne
When: Tues., Oct. 11
5:30-6:45
Where: Memorial Coliseum Expo II
Why: Celebrate 15 years in Fort Wayne
What: Kwame Jackson to speak
For more information call 260-744-0998 ext. 12.

PASTA DINNER
Who: Bethany Lutheran Church
When: Sat., Oct. 1
5-7pm
Where: 2435 Engle Road
For more information call 747-0713.

RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
Who: Trinity Lutheran Church
Where: 7819 Decatur Road
When: Fri., Oct. 7, 8am-5pm
Saturday October 8
$2 bag sale 9am-Noon
Large selection, several estate closeouts.

FALL RUMMAGE SALE
Who: St. John Lutheran Church (Flatrock)
Where: 12912 Franke Road
Monroeville
When: Fri., Oct. 14, 8am-4pm
Sat., Oct. 15, 8am-Noon

ANNUAL FISH FRY
Where: Karen’s Kitchen
5700 Bluffton Road
When: Sat., Sept. 24, 4-7pm
Who: Waynedale Masonic Lodge #739
Cost: $6
All-You-Can-Eat
Eat in or take out.

FORT WAYNE WRITER’S FORUM
What: For prose, poetry, and drama writers, talkabouts, share, network.
When: Tues., Oct. 4, 7pm
Where: Towne House
2209 St. Joe Center Rd
For more information call 486-3912.

HARVEST SUPPER
Who: Zion United Methodist Church
Where: 6276 N. Old Fort Wayne Rd.
When: Sat., Oct 2, 4:30-7pm
Carryout available.

FISH FRY
Who: Fairview Church of God
Where: 5511 Yoder Rd
When: Sat., Oct 8, 4:30-7pm
Cost: $7

UMC BREAKFAST
Who: Monson Chapel UMC
What: All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast
When: Sat, Oct 1, 7-10am
Where: 11431 Lower Huntington Road
Cost: $5

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