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Page 2m JOURNAL OPINION August 23, 2017 ears u WELLS RIVER--The sixth annual how they are working to connect So Long Summer Hello Fall Festival volunteers and community groups - ~ e will include the perennial favorites to each other and also sign up for such as the Baldwin Memorial two freedrawingsthere. Library book sale, the giant zucchini The Newbury Historical Society contest, share your harvest table, a booth will offer a chance to test by Lilfian Gahagan h " . as well as their songwriting In number offi'ee prize drawings, and your knowledge about Wells River NEWBURY--TheNewburyCom- also be offered for sale at the venue, ot erprlvatepartlesdurmgthatera .... . .... . , ~,..',. men wlllbe ~e setting.onAug. 27 Saxophonist Joe Moore is well t~ut .............. tins wm oe Moore s nrst aaamon, ..t tnetr,,, vocals,. t~ltcnle, the WRAP bale sale at the Welcome History and to win prizes. The mr a music iesuvat--tlae uncom- known in this area laroelv from his plays guitar ano r~elson plays pass Center, plus the BMU Class of 2022 Garden Club also sponsors the share mon Music Jam--featuring the Joe powerhouse six l~layin~'in the N- . and tambourine. They are accompa- CarWashatWellsRiverChevrolet. yourharvesttableandgardenersare Moore. Band, KatWright and the Zones, arhythmandbluesbandthat I~ .... \ '~1 nied by drummer Ezra Oklan.The festival is Sept. 2 from 9 encouraged to bring their excess maomttame ~om t~ana, pore from la edit man venues inlit [ , I[ Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on the sidewalks on bounty to share. Internationally, the ......... p y y VermontIII .; IIfor students from age 12 tolg. Main and Railroad Streets in Cohase Rotary Club booth will ,Durnngton, ann ~,rooK.lyn-oasea during the late 1970s through the Ill II Under age 12 can attend for free. downtown Wells River. A new event highlight Rotary s effort to end roues-sour-an.a-rocK ruston stagers 1980s. The N-Zones were very DwightandNmole Theeventbegms o ularattheCaf625 inCorin II - _ ~ II Tickets can be purchased at Court this year will be the Cohase polioworldwideandtheHelp Kids 2 L ' ;" " " " P p - thand II ll Street Arts.org or at the gate on the ChamberofCommerceRubberBall Indiaboothfeaturestheirworkwith at p.m. peal roods, trait beer, the Third Rail in Fairlee and also II~]l day of the event. River Race on the Wells River. At lawn games and other funthmgswfll played at countless weddings and~ 11 a.m., 100 rubber balls will be pre-schoolSstoves returnsindemonstratingIndia and Wisdomtheir Baldwin Memorial Library JOE MOORE dropped into the Wells River in back clean burning charcoal stoves that appearanceinthe areaina numberof ........ of Jock Oil and race down the Wells were developed for use in Kenya. 6th Annual Fall Fundraiser years. According to a press reJease ORFORD -O'~'~)ct r'~'~The United to the finish line in back of the They plan to have their truck that k~ f Welcome Center. The owner of the runs on wood there too. "Boo or the Baldwin' Con. Street Arts about More Congregational Church of Ortbrd will winning ball will receive $300, the The zucchini contest weigh-in and his band, they willperfonn a mix hold their fourth annual Craft Fair from 9 Block Party f B dj t ki k ean 2pmBag unche wi beavai ab ese ndp a ew er$2 and$ wi takep a ea n nus ng e Uncommon Jam for$5. Entail musiciant984@aol.com for for third place. Tickets for the balls shipping scale at Copies and More. are available from any Cohase Registration for the oblong Kit Wright who has been lnformatmn. Chamber board member and at the vegetables is at 10 a.m. at the Wells compared to both Bonnie Raitt ~d : ............ Trendy Times office in Woodsville. River Area Garden Club booth. F yp S AmyWinehouse, isaccompaniedi~y OLD HOMEDAY Tfie Main Street sidewalks will RumorhasitthatBraelynnParsons rlda ept. 1 the lndomitable Soul Band. This is a WEST FAIRLEE--The annual Old have over 30 vendors and will be defending her title with a L~c) ll~~l/~ band from Burlington with a real Home Day will take place Aug 26 on horn section aswell as keyboards Route 113, West Fairlee. The historical infornaation booths offering 2017 entry. 1 _ 5 prrl to 7 pn'l ....... ,-- ........ ,-, = museum will be open a quilt show and everything from homemade bread, ,17, ..... :,. .._ bakesalewilltakeplace and there wfll be jams and .jellies, relishes, maple Wells River ~u.., oass u~uu~ums .ne group ' W ll take the stage at J:Ju p.m. wire a flea market and crafts[ An auction will syrup, and fro~h local fruit~ and Master fiddler Congregational the~set;.. - take place at l p.m. Formoreinlormation, vegetables; plus antiques, crafts, 1he nnal act on me common is call Steve Garrow at (802) 685-314 l. jewelry, books by local authors, to play concert " - Church indie-soulband, DwightandNicole. VHS tapes, colored glassware and Dwight RitchieandNicoleNelson woodcrafts and yard sale, flea SOUTHSTRAFFORD~TheJeremy RAIN OR SHTNE. Parking Lot and/or Vestry areknownfortheirpowerfulvoices market, attic treasure and household Kittel Trio featuring Kittel on fiddle, LIVE MUSIC Our Popular BBQ BUFFET items. On site knife, scissors and JoshPinld~nonmandolilLandQuinn small garden tool sharpening will Bachandonguitarwillbeinconcerton "Arms-Length" Raffle again be available at the festival this Sept. 8. Theywill bring their individual Tickets available at the Library or at the event I year. New booths this year include and ensemble virtuosity, originality, Suggested Levels of Support: El Viajero Clothing offering new anddynamicsoundtoSouthStrafford $8/single, $15/couple, $20/family casual clothing and Go Solar, a new at Bmxett Memorial Hall. business located in Brad ford. Kittelis an award-winning fiddler, PLEASE DO NOT PARK AT THE TRUCKING TERMINAL...TRUCKS ARE ROLLING! Wells River Action Program (WRAP) presents the 6th Annual SUMMER... HELLO FALU" , ........ 9 am to 2 ...... DOWNTOWN WELLS RIVER along Main Street Route 5 & Railroad Street, Route 302 RAILROAD STREET-ROUTE 302 SALES at Gateway Sports, Dad's 4By CAR WASH at Wells River Chevrolet by Class of 2022 WRAP's Bake Sale & Wood-Turning Demonstrations at Welcome Center MAIN STREET SIDEWALK VENDORS Homemade bread, jams, jellies, popcorn, chocolates, maple syrup, local fresh fruits & veggies, crafts, jewelry, children's books, books by local authors, VHS tapes, colored glassware, artwork, woodcrafts, knives, quality cookware, solar panels, casual clothes, refinished furniture, PLUS antiques and collectibles, yard sale, flea market, attic treasures, household items, onsite knife/scissors/small garden tool sharpening SIDEWALK LUNCH SPECIAL at Rivers Edge Eatery INFORMATIONAL BOOTHS GIANT ZUCCHINI CONTEST: Registration at 10 am, Weigh- in at Noon $600 Rubber Ball River Race on the Wells River Sponsored by Cohase Chamber of Commerce Ball Drop 11 AM behind Joek Oil, Finish Line behind Welcome Center. Tickets for Balls available from board members and Trendy Times office. Ad Sponsored by WALTER E. JOCK OIL CO., INC. Wells River, VT, 802-757-2163 I Folks will also have the violinist and composer known as a opportunity to find out what the master in Celtic, classical, jazz and Newbury Conservation Colranission bluegrass traditins" He has perfnned is doing in town. Stop by the around the world at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Bonnaroo, and the NewburyConnect booth and see Celtic Connections Festival in Scot- land. Hewasa memberoftheGrammy- wilming Turtle Island Quartet for five years and has worked with Mark O'Connor, Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer, WED-THU, AUG. 23-24 I cl~s Thile, Paquito D'Rivera, My Morning Jacket, and Jon Batiste and THE DARK TOWER I 4 Stay Human. FRI'SAT-S U N! I ForPh~haln's great seconduncle ~! is A.P. Carter of the legendary Carter .... Fmnily, and his great- grandfather on :. . "~ his mother's side is fiddle master DUNKI -:" BennyThomassortIrthisownfightasa musician, Pinkhana has l~di(dubbed t Come EnjoB the Gift Shop, Farm Animals, Nature Trails and Kids Adventure Area. Terrance W. Allen Roxanne M. Russell Mortgage/Commercial Loan Originator Mortgage Loan Originator 802-727-2008 486326 __ 802-727-7986 NMLS#580213 LO _. L WELLS I [VER S A V I N G S =7 Lender PG-13 ANNABELLE: CREATION R First Movie Starts 8:15 PM+/- MON-TUE, AUG. 28-29 DUNKIRK GATE & FULL SNACK BAR OPEN AT 7 PM 1-91 Exit 15 Faldee "the future of the mandolin" by MandolhaMagazhle. Bachand has a repertoire ranging frombluegrass to jazz, but it is his flair for Celtic music for which he is best known. He has toured with Canadian fiddling icons Ashley Maclsaac and Natalie MacMaster. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, $10/$12 for students and children under 18. The hall is located at 248 Route 132 in South Stratford. ANNUAL OLD HOME DAY Saturday, August 26, 2017 at the West Fairlee Church 954 Rt. 113 West Fairlee, VT 05083 9 AM-1 PM Quilt Show (upstairs in the church) 9 AM Historical Museum Open plus BAKE SALE 9 AM Flea Market & Crafts (Vendors Needed) 10 AM Food by Bruce Hook's "Pulled Pork", Hot Dogs & Hamburgers; Nate Pero Maple Sugar House "Maple Cotton Candy"; Homemade French Fries by the Hooks AUCTION 1 PM (under tent) with Auctioneer John Hanchett "You know you want it!" Great Auction Items! 3 PM Local Kids Singing & Playing Instruments and Games 4 PM FREE Ice Cream For more info, call Steve Garrow @ 802-685-3141 ONE-STOP SHOPPING FOR ALL YOUR BARBECUING & COOKOUT NEEDS! From buns to conflmonts to t ol tlogs! FRESH MADE HAMBURG PATTIES Fresh Meat Products By the Pound or By the Box! Beer & Wine Meat Marinades gheck. Out Our Bell a_nd North Haverhill NH . 0ruor P I[n to Be| 603-787-624:1 .j t