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Black Sheep Band
Buy-Back Operation Gratitude Program October 31, November 3rd, 4th
Bring in your unwanted, unopened, unexpired candy to Perry Dental and Dr. Perry will “buy it back” for $1 per pound up to 20 pounds. Candy will be donated to deployed soldiers in care packages along with your letters and pictures. Receive a raffle ticket to be entered in a drawing for a raffle basket. Get entered to win a $20 iTunes gift card by coming in costume!
Parents, let your children enjoy the fun of trick-or-treating, minimize the amount of sugar bugs and add $$$ to their piggy bank!
1st Course with Champagne Serve
2nd Course with Wine Serve
Mixed Greens w/roasted pecans, fresh raspberries, goat cheese lightly tossed with a Raspberry vinaigrette
3rd Course with Wine Serve
8oz Filet Mignon with Bearnaise Sauce
Piped Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Bundled wrapped Asparagus
4th course with Riesling Wine Serve
Up Scaled Dessert
100% Payback – 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places
Sign up at the Bar – $10 Entry
3 games to qualify
Top 5 players do a 2-game bowl-off for total pins
3 frame roll-off on ties
Annual Musicale and Silent Auction
Fun for the whole family
Help our furry friends find forever homes
Details to follow
On Sunday, November 30th at 2pm, Derek Olson will give a presentation on the furniture of the Maciejowski Bible at Castlerock Museum in Alma. The Maciejowski Bible (also known as the Morgan Bible or the Crusader’s Bible) is a picture bible created mid 13th century. It contains 92 full pages depicting biblical scenes with the characters and events drawn as if they were contemporary to the artisans. The book has been well studied as evidence for 13th century clothing, weapons, armor, and customs of behavior.
Derek Olson, a woodworker, author, and medieval enthusiast, decided to look at the Bible as a source for medieval furniture. He has been studying and building the tables, chairs, beds, cradles, and more. Join him to see several of the pieces he’s completed and hear him talk about the history of the Bible, the process of creating these pieces from the past, and the lessons learned along the way.
Seating is limited. Registrations are not required but appreciated. The museum will open at 1:00pm for visitors that would like to see the exhibits beforehand.