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Friday, April 1, 4:30-9 p.m., South Haven Sportsmen's Club 73rd annual Fish Fry, at S.H. Fire Hall. Friday, April 1, 5:30 p.m., Maine Prairie Ducks Unlimited Spoils- man's Night Out and dinner, at Pow- der Ridge Recreation Center.Advance tickets only;, no sales at the door Saturday, April 2, 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m., Pancake/French toast break- fast and Bake & Rummage Sale, at Zion United Methodist Church in South Haven; see ad on page 3. Friday, April 8, 4:30-8 p.m., Kimball Legion Fish Fry; $8 aduks, $4 age 6-10. See their ad on page 3. Saturday, April 9, 7 p.m., "Ham Bingo" and sloppy Joe dinner at St. Anthony parish in Watkins; benefits food shelves in Kimball and Eden Valley. Sunday, April 17, 7:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., 34th annual Kimball Fireman's Relief Association Pan- cake & Sausage Breakfast, at Kim- ball Area Fire & Rescue Hall Saturday, April 30, Watkins Lions Bean Bag Tournament, Soup & Chili Cookoff, and Silent Auction (to benefit skating rink). (Watch for future ad.) Education Wednesday-Thursday, March 30-31, annual P.I.E. Book Exchange, at KES; contact Sue at 255-1956. Saturday, April 2, 5 p.m., KAHS Prom: "Starlite Premiere," at Classic Hall Event Center in Annandale; 5 p.m. open house, 5:30 p.m. Grand March (no admis- sion fee to the public). Wednesday, April 6, 2-hour late start (Kimball Schools). Friday, April 8, 8-11 p.m., Junior- Government Monday, April 4, 8:30 p.m., Maine Prairie Township mtg. Tuesday, April 5, 1-1:30 p.m., Kingston Township Board of Appeal and Equalization; see notice on page 8. Tuesday, April 5, 7 p.m., Kim- ball City Council meeting at City Hall; (320) 398-2725. Tuesday, April 5, 7 p.m., Kings- ton Township mtg. Calendar 00ommunt00 Friday, April 1, 7-8 a.m., Kim- ball CARES breakfast at St. John's Lutheran Church. All are welcome! RSVP to Tammy at 398-5011. Friday, April 1, 9:30-11:30 a.m., "A Matter of Balance" class at Annandale City Hall/Senior Dining Site; first of eight weeks, fSee story on page 4 for details); Mary (320) 229-4591 or Sharon (320) 274-3891. Saturday, April 2, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., St. Cloud Pet Expo at St. Cloud Armory (1710 Veterans Dr.); $6 admission; (320)217-5786. Friday, April 8, 8-10 p.m., Star- watch party at Cokato Township Hall (2 miles north of Cokato); $20 adult, $8 student; registration required: (320) 286-4120 or online at www.dc.kl2.mn.us/commed. See story on this page. Saturday, April 9, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., 15th annual Annandale Business Expo, at Annandale High School. Saturday, April 9, Kingery Fam- ily Concert (rescheduled from Dec. 11), sponsored by Kingston Lions; see their ad on page 6. Sunday, April 10, 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m., All-you-can-eat Maple Syrup Pancake Breakfast at Min- nesota Pioneer Park in Annandale; $7 adults, $4 children. Saturday, April 16, Kimball Express Bean Bag Tournament, at Willow Creek Park; 10:30 a.m. reg- istration for 11 a.m. start. Aaron (320) 493-9369. Saturday, April 16, 4 p.m.-1 a.m. "Grown-up Prom" at The Speak- Easy in Eden Valley; see their ad on page 5. .Tuesday, April 19, 2-4:40 p.m., "Getting Back to Better" workshop at Kimball Senior Dining site; first of six weeks. See story on page 4. Mary (320) 229-4591 or Rosalea (320) 398-2211 ext. 13. Tuesday, April 26, 7 p.m., "Sweet- ness from Mother Nature" with Richard Eckman, Kimball Area Historical Society presentation, at Kimball City Hall. All are welcome; refreshments will follow. Saturday, April 30, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Granite City Train Show at National Guard Armory in St. Cloud; www.granitecitytrain show.com. Saturday, May 14, Kimball All-City Garage Sale; sign up by May6. coupon savings special sections valuable advertising classifieds conversation starters Your complete source for local news in your community. Renew by mail (P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353) or on-line at www.TriCountyNews.MN __ FREE 2-month trial (new sub's only) __ FREE active military subscription __ one-year Minnesota subscription, $36 one-year out-of-state subscription, $46 __ SENIOR* Minnesota subscription, $26 __ SENIOR* out-of-state subscription, $36 (* Seniors are 62 and o/der) (3-, 6- and 9-month subscriptions are available; ask us!) Name: Address: City/State/Zip: __ Check enclosed O._R Charge my: __ Visa __ MasterCard __ Discover Card #: - - - exp. / (320) 398-5000 70 SMain St., Kimball www.TriCountyNews.MN Thursday, March 31, 2011 Tri-County News Kimball, MN TIT-  ,' --" 7 Statwatch party planned in Cokato the St. Paul Pioneer Press and is the author of the books, "Mike Lynch's Minnesota Star Watch" and "Wisconsin Starwatch" that'll be available for purchase at a dis- count. Easy to use MP3 star maps packages will also be available for mrchase. Come out and make the stars your old friends. Catch this won- derful family-friendly celestial show in the skies over Cokato Fri- day, April 8. Mike Lynch will begin his presentation inside for a brief orientation and then you will head outside to get up close and per- This presentation will be held 8-10 p.m. at the Cokato Town- ship Hall, located two miles north of Cokato. Pre-registration is required. Fees are $20/adult and $8/student. Register by calling the Dassel-Cokato Community Edu- cation office at (320) 286-4120 or register online at www.dc.lcl2. mn.us/commed. sonal with our universe Get to know the constellations like The Big Bear, Orion the Hunter, Gem- ini the Twins, Leo the Lion, and many of the great stories about how they made it up in the heav- ens. Mike will use his large reflect- ing telescopes, including a giant 20" reflector, one of the biggest mobile telescopes in the Upper Midwest for close up views of star clusters, nebulae, galaxies and other wonders in our skies. He will also use his brand new astro- nomical camera-telescope sys- tem for extra special views of our more distant universe. You'll get a great handout package with user- friendly star maps and constella- tion charts, websites, a telescope- buying guide, and more Your uni- verse is waiting, make the stars your old friends! You are invited to bring lawn chairs to make yourself comfy. Mike Lynch is a meteorolo- gist at WCCO Radio and has been teaching astronomy classes for more than 40 years. He also writes a weekly stargazing column for SPOKX SC HEDULES4 Kimball Cubs EV-Watldns Eagles . Baseball TUE., APRIL 5, 4:30 PM, V. ST. JOHN'S PREP MON., APRIL IS, 4:30 PM, V. PIERZ THU., APRIL 7, 4:30 PM, V. OSAKI S TILE., APRIL 19, 4:30 PM, V. LESTER PRAIRIE/ SAT., APRIL 9,10 AM, KIMBALL TOURNAMENT HOLY TRINITY Thu., April 14, 5 pm, at ACGC Thu., April 21, 4:30 pm, at Holdingford. Softball THU, APRIL 7, 4:30 PM, V. OGILVIE Mon., April U, 4:30 pm, at New London-Spicer. SAT, APRIL 9,10AM, KIMRALLTOURNAMENT FRI., APRIL 15, 4:30 PM, V. ACGC. Tue., April 12, 4:30 pm, at Osakis MON., APRIL 18, 4:30 PM, V. PlERZ. Thu., April 14, 4:30 pro, at St. John's Prep Thu., April 21, 4:30 pro, at Holdingford. MON., APRIL 18, 4:30 PM, V. ROCKFORD Tue., April 26. 4:30 pro, at BBE Boys' Kimball-EV-W Golf THU., APRIL 7, 4:15 PM, V. BBE Wed., April 20, 1 pm, at Sank Centre THU., APRIL 28, 10 PM V. PlERZ AND ANNANDALE FRI., APRIL 29, 9:30 AM, V. LONG PRAIRIE-GREY EAGLE Girls' Kimball-EV-W Golf Thu., April 14, 4:15 pm, at Litchfield THU., APRIL 28, 10 AM, V. AIIANDALE THU., MAY 5, 4:15 PM, V. BBE Girls' EV-W-Kimball Track Tue.. April 12, 4:30 pm, at PaTnesviUe Invitational Fri., April 15, 4:15 pm, at Pierz Tue., April 19, 4 pro, at Belgrade Invitational Boys' EV-W-Kimball Track Tue., April 12, 4:30 pm, at Paynesville Invitational Fri., April 15, 4:15 pro, at Pierz Tue., April 19, 4 pro, at Belgrade Invitational U of M April Starwatch By Deane Morrison The lion doesn't sleep tonight, provided the lion is the constel- lation Leo. During April, Leo prances high in the South after sunset, as if chasing away the win- ter stars toward the west. Spotting Leo is easy, thanks to the Sickle of stars outlining the lion's head. Framing the lion are two lovely star clusters: the Beehive to the west and Coma Berenices, or Berenice's Hair, to the east. Both are visible to the naked eye, but it takes a pair of binoculars to bring out their beauty to the fullest. A golden jewel in Virgo, Sat- urn trails Leo to the southeast. On April 3, Saturn reaches oppo- sition, the point where it is 180 degrees from the sun, as seen from Earth, and it will be up all night. Its glory rivals that of brilliant Arc- turus, now shining northeast of the ringed planet. Venus ornaments the predawn sky, but our lovely sister planet is slowly sinking into the sun's fore- glow. Try looking for it on April 1, when an old crescent moon keeps company with Venus above the eastern horizon. Late in the month, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter congregate near Venus, but will be so low they'll be hard to see On April 30, another old waning moon sits above Venus, the highest and brightest of the bunch, and in fact the only one that may be visible. But in the coming months, Mars, and espe- cially Jupiter, will start lifting high enough to spot easily. Algonquin Indians calledApril's full moon the pink moon, for the carpet of flowering ground phlox that appears in early spring. It was also known as the full sprouting grass moon, the egg moon, and, in coastal areas, the flfll fish moon, as mid-April was the time of the shad spawning runs. This moon rises at about 8 p.m. on April 17, less than two hours before reaching exact tidiness. That means it will be quite round when it peeks over the horizon. The night of April 30-May 1 was the Celtic feast of Beltane, one of four cross-quarter days falling mid- Modest Mussorgsky's orchestral way between an equinox and a sol- fantasy"Night on Bald Mountain." stice. This was a witches' Sabbath, The University of Minnesota the night when evil spirits had a last offers public viewings of the night fling before the light half of the year sky at its Morris, Duluth, and Twin began and theywere banished until Cities campuses. Halloween. It was immortalized in : .. .- . . . . ; %. . ,,, -. . - ; "" " .. -7 " ,:  '  , , , ,, ; ; .- . . , " .. . .... 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