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Thursday, October 13, 2005

Weekend Happenings: October 14-16, 2005

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October 14, 2005

Answering Medicare Part D Questions

Carol Bolling, CVS, Registered Pharmicist will speak on "Medicare Part D: Facts, Questions, and Answers" on October 14, 20, 27, 10 to 11 a.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church in the Parish Hall, 314 N. Bridge Street. The program is to provide what one needs to know for Medicare Part D registration. Open enrollment (to enroll without penalty) will be from Nove 15-May 15, 2006. For more information, call Pam at 540-875-8655.

October 15, 2005

Pumpkin sale to benefit Kids' Haven

Lawn of Peakland Methodist Church, Boonsboro Road. All day. Cost of pumpkins are 10.00 each. Field-frsesh Pumpkin sale sponsored by the youth of 11 local faith communities to benefit Kids Haven: A Center for Grieving Children, a NFP support program for children ages 3-18 who are grieving the death of a loved one.

Church yard sale to help Katrina Survivors

8am - 12noon at 1723 Wards Ferry Road Lynchburg. A large variety of items have been donated. No items will be priced, but it will be up to the buyer to offer what they feel the items they want are worth.

Annual Bazaar

The seventh annual Fall Bazaar will be held Oct. 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Resurrection Catholic Church. The event will be held indoors and admission is free. Lots of parking space is available and there will be various crafts, teacher gifts, knitted/crocheted items and more. There will be a raffle of three items and a Chinese Auction. Also returning this year is the 'in demand' homemade baked goods sale. The church is locakte in Moneta on 122 just north of Hales Ford Bridge.

Fall Cleanup

The Keep Bedford Beautiful Commissions Fall Cleanup will be held Saturday, Oct. 15, 9 a.m.-noon at the Municipal Building. Bags, gloves and vestsprovided. There will be free pizza, soda and dessert for participants. Arrive between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and choose the road you want to clean. Call Cayce Campbell 540-587-6025 or email at for more information or to register.

Treasure's Sale

Trinity Ecumenical Parish will host its annual Trinity Treasures Sale on Saturday Oct. 15, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The sale will include furniture, boats, tools, household items and antiques. There will also be a bake sale, and the youth will sell breakfast and lunch treats. Trinity is located on Route 122, one mile south of the Hales Ford Bridge in Moneta; call 540-721-4330 for more information.

Trifolkal in concert at Sedalia Center

Trifolkal will be in concert at the Sedalia Center on Saturday, Oct 15 at 8 p.m. They are singer/songwriters based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western Virginia. Their harmonies and unique blend of folk, bluegrass, pop and country have earned them a dedicated audience throughout the Southeast.

Fly Fishing Class

Want to learn the general skills of fly fihsing? Then join the city of Bedford Parks and Recreation Saturday, Oct. 15 under the Lakeside Shelter. Class will be held from 2-5 p.m. and space is limited to 12 people. Those participating will need their own fishing pole. Advance registration and a fishing license with a trout stamp is required. Registration deadline is one day prior to the start of class. Cost for this class is $10 per participant. For more information, call 540-587-6061.

Apple Butter Sale

On Saturday, Oct. 15, the Bedford Ruritan Club will make and sell apple butter at the annual Gross' Orchard Apple Festival. Fresh apple butter will be available in pints and quarts. Ruritans will be available to explain and demonstrate the time-tested process for making the butter. Call President Mark Jenkins for information about the apple butter or call Gross' Orchard at (54) 586-2436 for genteral information about the daylight to dusk festival.

October 16, 2005

Pops a la Carte at Cattle Annie's for Hurricane Relief

6:00 PM. $15 adults/$8students. The Jefferson Choral Society is proud to present Pops a la Carte" on Sunday, October 16th at Cattle Annies. The concert will begin at 6:00 p.m., and guests may order dinner from Cattle Annie's special concert menu (not includes in ticket price) as early as 4:30 p.m. Guests that prefer to dine later may order immediately following the concert. Come an enjoy such tunes as "Bridge Over Troubled Water," Soon and Very Soon," and "Music of the Night." Tickets are on sale at Tom Jones Drug, Givens Books, Miller's Jewelry, Aylor's Farm and Garden, Hill house interiors, or from any JCS singer or board member. This concert is being utilized to raise additional funds for hurricane relief through The Salvation Army. For futher information, call the JCS office at 434/528-5700.

Cultural Care Au Pair International Potluck Picnic

Peaks of Otter Picnic Area. 2 pm. Bring a covered dish. Join local au pairs and host families for a picnic with American dishes and dishes from the au pairs home countries. Find out how you can become a host family and receive quality international childcare. Event hosted by Local Childcare Coordinator, Sue Cox. Call 434-525-2871 for more information.


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