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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Lynchburg Area Weekend Events

September 24th


Harriett Tubman Children's Program


10:30 a.m. Come hear the life story of the Black Moses" who risked her life to lead slaves to freedom. Call (540) 721-2094 for further information.



Campbell Co. Tractor Festival


Timbrook Park, 11 am, 5.00 admission, kids 9 and under free. This is an old fashioned tractor pull in which antique tractors compete in an all- day event. Crafters, flea marketers, great food, activities for children, live music and much more! Contact the Campbell County Recreation Department at 434-332-9570 for more information.




Virginia Ten Miler, Four Miler and the Amazing Mile Children's Run


Organized by the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, this is a race for all ages. It begins at the E. C. Glass High School on Langhorne Road. The event is scheduled from 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM. Contact Denise Jackson at 434-845-5968 ext. 13 for more information.



World's Longest Recital by CVMTA


River Ridge Mall, in the court near JC Penney's. Begins at 10 am and ends at 4 pm. Come hear local students tickle the ivories as they raise money for music scholarships in the area.



Smith Mountain Lake Wine Festival


The 17th Annual Smith Mountain Lake Wine Festival will be held Sept. 24-25 on the Lakefront meadow at Bernard's Landing Resort and Conference Center. Advanced tickets may be purchased fo $15 for tasters, $8 for non-tasters. Prices increase to $20 and $10 at the gate.



Museum silent auction, bake sale


The Bedford City/County Museum will have its annual Silent Auction on Sept. 24. Items are to be displayed on the third floor of the museum and bidding will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m.


Raffle, Tag Sale


There will be a raffle and tag sale with a booth set up at CenterFest in Bedford. Raffle tickets for four Martinsville Speedway tickets to the October race will be sold for $10 each(a $240 value). All proceeds will go to benefit local cancer survivor Dana Stevens. For more information, call Virginia 296-1199.



Ordinary Heroes



On Saturday, Sept 24 at 1 p.m. at the theater of Elks National Home, "Ordinary Heroes" will be presented. Admission to the play is free, but seating is limited to the first 200 to arrive.



September 25, 2005



Homebuyers Program


American Credit Counselors are sponsoring a first time home-buyers program at Bedford Central Library on Sunday, Sept. 25 rom 2-5 p.m. The program is free. To register, call 800-646-0042 x 1320.

2 Comments:

At 12:12 AM, Anonymous D L Ennis said...

It's amazing how many cool things go on around here. Great post...Thanks, M!

 
At 8:11 AM, Blogger Melissa O. Markham said...

D L

I hope it gets some people out and about on the weekends and away from their tv sets:) there is always something going on around here and sometimes it amazes me, but some things I attend, there are so few people there and I am wonder where everyone is!

I thought it was ironic that you had that great post about Harriet Tubman and Booker T ran a talk on her Saturday. Good timing!

 

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