Parkway Estates to horde Lunch & Learn with module on eclipse

August 12, 2017 - garden totes

With a solar obscure entrance adult in only days, it seems to be a speak of a town. Shannon Johnson, CEO of VisitSI, will benefaction a Lunch Learn module on a obscure following a giveaway smorgasboard during noon Thursday, Aug. 10, during Parkway Estates in Liberty Village of Marion. RSVP during (618) 993-8600.

Lots of questions about a obscure will be answered during a program, “What’s an Eclipse, Anyway?” from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, during Giant City State Park Visitors Center.

Dr. Leslie Looney from a University of Illinois astronomy dialect will benefaction a module on a obscure during 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, during Goreville High School gym. This is giveaway and open to a public.

Family Fun Day is entrance adult from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, during Ray Fosse Park with games, prizes, face portrayal and more. There will be giveaway prohibited dogs, drinks, sleet cones, string candy and popcorn. Call (618) 579-9530 for more.

To learn some-more about planting tumble gardens, be certain to attend a giveaway module during 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 14, during Marion Carnegie Library. This is partial of a Garden Series presented by Master Gardener Denise Stearns. All ages are welcome.

A module in a Art for Adults array will underline shade copy on book totes. It will be during 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, during Marion Carnegie Library. Drop in and get creative.

The Second Act of Southern Illinois Healthcare is charity a Mystery Trip on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Cost is $90 for members and $99 for nonmembers. Where will they go? What will they eat? No one will know until a arrival.

August has arrived, and with it are these events to celebrate: sandwiches, feet health, catfish, H2O quality, intrigue awareness, and National Family Reunion Weekend on a really final weekend. Celebrate!

Pulled pig butts, prepared by chefs Jeri and Randy Palmer, will be prepared only in time for Labor Day weekend. This is a fundraiser for Little Egypt Arts Association. Cost is $30 per butt, and a deadline to sequence is Wednesday, Aug. 23. Pickup is from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, during LEAA Art Centre in downtown Marion. Order by job (618) 998-8530.

A Broadway favorite, “Cats,” will be appearing on theatre during 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 11 and 12, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, during Marion Cultural and Civic Center. This will be achieved by internal actors and presented by Skyline Creek Productions. Tickets are $15.

Also entrance adult during Marion Cultural and Civic Center will be a Mentors 4 Kids advantage featuring The Phelps Sisters. The advantage will be during 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18. Tickets are $10-$35.

The summer outside concerts continue on Saturday, Aug. 19, with a sounds of Dr. Zhivegas and on Friday, Aug. 25, with an Ultimate Journey Tribute during The Resort during Egyptian Hills on Lake of Egypt. Doors open during 6:30 p.m., with a concerts from 8:30 to 11 p.m. on a outside theatre unaware a lake. Tickets are $20 and might be purchased during egyptianhillsresort.com. Food and splash will be available.

Goreville Masonic Lodge’s annual vehicle and lorry show, a fundraiser for a Masonic Children’s Home in Murphysboro, will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12. Youngsters from a children’s home will be special guests. Cost is $5 for a fish meal. Drinks and dessert also be available. For more, call Ron Almaroad during (618) 694-6976.

Also, a Goreville Masons will be portion adult fish all day on Sunday, Aug. 20, for $6. And, on Monday, Aug. 21, in jubilee of a eclipse, a Masons will be portion grilled hamburgers and bratwurst from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone purchasing a dish is acquire to park a grass chair on a atmospheric drift and suffer a solar eclipse.

Bill Kelley of Goreville, who was seen pushing his selected Zimmer vehicle in a Freedom Fest march on Jul 4, incited 97 on Jul 25. His daughters, Donna and Pam, and daughter-in-law, Mary, gave him a birthday celebration during his home with several nieces, nephews, grands and greats enjoying homemade ice cream, birthday cake and uninformed peaches. And he desired it! His brother, Lester Newton Kelley of Nashville, will spin 100 in September. Their grandmother, Mexico Kelley, lived to be 106. Great genes!

Have a yen to be creative? Janet Bixler is charity a polish conflict watercolor category during 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, during LEAA Art Centre. Cost is $30 for members and $45 for nonmembers. Reserve a mark by job (618) 273-9596.

It’s good to be behind from a vacation in Colorado Springs, though it was generally nice. Traveling on a highway outing with a son, dual daughters, a granddaughter and dual great-granddaughters was an journey in itself. We were guest in Fountain, Colorado, with dual grandsons, Nate Williams, his wife, Jennilee, and their daughters, Belle, 4, and Addie, 3, and with Luke Terry, his wife, Sara, and their 4-year-old Hank. Also fasten us were a grandson-in-law of Florida, and a grandson, Matt Smith, his wife, Maddie, and their 18-month-old Maelynn. We filled dual houses and enjoyed entertainment any dusk for home-cooked dishes by a guys. During a day, we ventured out in opposite groups for sightseeing that enclosed Garden of a Gods and Seven Falls. We also assimilated together for an afternoon of bowling, another adventure, that enclosed a small kids.

Three of a grandsons, Matt, Luke and Nate, are Marion natives, with Matt a manager of Kay’s Jewelry in Pennsylvania; Luke, a late veteran; and Nate, creation a career in a U.S. Army. The 16-hour highway outing was value it, though drifting might be the mode of transport subsequent year.

Got news? Call (618) 995-2491, email dixieterry85@yahoo.com or send it around delayed mail to Teapot Cottage, 101 Sidney Lane, Goreville, IL 62939.

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