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Kimball Days Enjoy South Haven Days July 27 parade units .avenCOmeDaysandwithcelebrateus, youSOUthcan advance registration.day of the show as there's no wanted attend the parade at 11 am and .ome vendors and crafters then walk over to Zion United are welcome to come and set up Parade units are wanted for the Methodist Church for the car show on the lawn or inside the church, upcoming Kimball Days celebra- tion Aug. 9-11. ]Pee rat Saturday July 27, 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. andfhami!y activ~tt~Sng for every- twheur~d i~n°fpeebU~e~ df°;atui'~n "A~a;~t:ngD~m~:;iun~&ng?~p]ayi~n:,~ving, Metal Registration forms can be picked one! had a profitable day. If you're & WoodWorking, Photography& Morel up at Kimball City Hall. The Children's games and side- interested in reserving a space Many items for sale Admission: walk chalk drawing will be from for yourself inside, please contact Sign up for Lip- ll:30-12:30p.m. Everyone's a win- Shirley Pramann at (320) 253-7816, Music performing in Adults $6.00, her and every child will receive a or sp5210@juno.com, or just come Finnish Church throughout-the day T ]~tuae.n~"00 Sync for Kimball prize and set up outside on Saturday Io Summertime Food Favorites: - ~:. The Big Fun Showis great enter- morning. !~ f~r~ ~hmar ~le~,/~ .L I Days tainment for the whole family There will be a lunch stand The Lip-Sync competition forfrom 12:30-1:30 p.m. on the grass available outside sponsored by Kimball Days is set for 1:30 p.m. by the west side of the church. In Precious Gifts Preschool, plus Saturday, Aug. 10, at St. Anne's case of rain it'll move inside. Its you'll be able to have dessert ofpie Catholic Church. Contestantscomedy, juggling, magic and mod- and ice cream inside sponsored must pre-register. Forms can be cus performedern Vaudeville'by Mr.a °ne-manFun himselfcir- wholeby Zi°npiesUMC'forTheresale willalongalS°withbe picked up at Kimball City Hall. Dave Walbridge and it is incredible other baked goods. Crafters and canenjoythefUnf°revery°ne'Thewh°leperformance. Thisisfamily nitiesThereforareeveryonenUmer°USto come°Pp°rtU-and vendors wanted bya Legacy Funded event,the nnnandale/KimballsponsoredGreat frommeet Southand greetHavenYOUrandneighborsthe sur- for Kimball Days Riverown chair or blanket and relax andRegional Library. Bringyour rounding area.sit awhile andWhYvisitn°twithc°mefriendsand Crafters and vendors are wanted enjoy the show. and family. Everyone's welcome for Kimball Days for Saturday, The Car Show sponsored by to come and enjoy the afternoon Aug. 10. If interested, please con- Mom'sPlacewillbefromll:30a.m.- with your family. We'll see YOU in tact ]oyce Quast at (320) 398-8643, 2 p.m. with door prizes and tro- South Haven Iuly 27. or Gloria Olson at (320) 339-8427. phies just bring your vehicle the Minn. Pioneer Park hosts artisan expo Saturday, ]Lily 27, Minnesota ing painting, blacksmithing, wood Pioneer Park in Annandale will carving and chipping, pottery, sponsor an area artisan expo from photograph~ spinning, quilting, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Artisans will weaving and more. Musicians will demonstrate, display and sell their perform in the Finnish Church. work in many of the museum's his- Summer-time food favorites also .toric buildings. Come and experi- will be available including our ence a wide variety of art includ- famous root-beer floats. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students, & under age 5 Free. Minnesota Pioneer Park is located just east of Annandale on Highway 55. (320) 274-8489 or www.pioneerpark.org. Join us Fun Activitiesl before l l ~ no fee Fire Hall OPEN HOUSE Bean ) • STREET 1PJlt WRESTLIIGLLc 5P.M. Kimball Hr i?2, Society i " 7S -10t a:-daAud J fs Coffee' UgtlgtNook Oll M in110 Main Street Memories • Friday, 4 p.m.-8 p.m. • Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. - Sunday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Historical Exhibit at City Hall! Friday, August 9 • 5-8 p.m. Supper in Park- Willow • 6-9 p.m. Food Stand- City Ball Park (spon. -- eoy Scolds) • 7 p.m. Softball Tournament - xoet [sponsor- K baa Ama todc sooty) • 8 a.m. Softball Tournament at city ball field & olemonlary school field ( uor- K]m a Rro - 8 a.m. 5K Run: RegiS." begins at 7:15am, Willow Creek Pink ( onm-- mbaa Uom) • 9:30 a.m. l Jd's IK Run: (10 & under) fdloun9 adult nm. FREE at Willow Creek Park (sponsor- mbaa Lions) • 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Burger Stand at Wdlow Crook Park (spuor- r. baa • 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Food Stand at City Ball Fmld [sponsor-eoy Scouts) • 9 am. Volleyball at Wdlow Crook Park *Pm ei io, (spon=r-mmba, • 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Pork Chops on a Stick at Looion (sponsor- mmbaa Loeion) • ACTIVITIES AT ST ANNE'S CHURCH OUTDOORS: (IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER ACTIVITIES HELD AT HIGH SCHOOL) • 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Craft & Vendor Sale Sunday, August 11 • 7:30 a.m- 12 p.m NI-You-Can-Eat Lions Pancake & Sausage Breakfast - Willow Creek Park Uons Shelter • 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Car & Tractor Show at Hwy 15 & 55 • 9 a.m. - Softball Tournament at city ballfeld & Elementary School Rre 0opL) • 9 a.m.-8 p.m. - Food Stand at City Ball Field (sp=,=r- soy sco s) 411- i