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KOREAN VETERANS: The monthly meeting of the Gen. John H. Michaelis chapter No. Wednesday, June 1 at Oak Leaf Manor North, 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville. For more information, contact Paul Cunningham, 299 1990, or Diane Gerber, 898 4663.
FAMILY CIRCUS: The Reamstown Fire Co. will sponsor the Zerbini Family Circus at the Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, Wednesday June 1. This is a Big Tent Family Show for children of all ages. Adult tickets are $12, children tickets are $7. Camel and pony rides will be available, plus other pre show activities.
FAMILY CIRCUS: The West Earl Lions Club, Locust and School Lane Ave (off Route 772), Brownstown, will sponsor the Zerbini Family Circus at the West Earl Lions Park, Thursday and Friday, June 2 3. each night. This is a Big Tent Family Show for children of all ages. Adult tickets are $12, children tickets are $7. Camel and pony rides will be available, plus other pre show activities. For more information, or directions, call 701 8307. The event’s purpose is to raise money for Pencils of Promise, an organization that helps build schools and collect school supplies for children in third world countries. Admission is $1, however, guests are strongly encouraged to donate money and canned foods to be given to the local food bank.
SWIMMING LESSONS: The Hempfield Rec Center, 950 Church St., Landisville, will offer an Aqua Tots program Saturday mornings beginning June 4. The program is designed to get children 6 months to 3 years old (with parent/caregiver) acclimated to the water using games and songs. Classes are divided into age groups and meet Saturdays for 8 weeks. (19 mos.). Cost is $86 for members; $96 non resident per session. Pre registration is required; limited class size.
SUMMER READING: The Adamstown Area Library, 3000 N. to noon. Also, visits from the Adamstown Fire Co., crafts, games, face painting, food and visits from service dogs and police. For more information, call the library,
484 4200. Saturday, June 4. Families are invited attend during this time to pick up summer reading logs, sign up for June programs, and enjoy fun activities and a craft. As part of the celebratory kick off, there will be a free, family friendly concert by Two of a Kind at 1 o’clock. No registration required. For more information, contact the library, 653 4030. Saturday, June 4 at Cross Roads Brethren in Christ Church, 800 Donegal Springs Road, Mount Joy. The event is free and open to the public.
FAKE SNAKE HUNT: Elstonville Motorcycle Club will hold its Annual Great American Fake Snake Hunt Saturday, June 4 at the Elstonville Sportsmen Association, 3133 Pinch Road, Manheim. There will be entertainment, food and games. Snake Hunt permit holders will enter the pit at noon. Snake Hunt permits will be available for $5 and entitle the holder to enter the snake pit in search of two per permit. Each snake will win a prize for the person who found it, and each will be entered into a grand prize drawing for $500. Saturday, June 4 at Walmart, 2234 Lincoln Highway East. The event will feature over 50 baskets for patrons to bid on. Examples of items up for auction are aBarnstormers baseball passes, a $100 gift card to Dunkin Donuts, passes to Hershey Park Dutch Apple Theater. The team will also be selling hot dogs and hamburgers, chips and a variety of Turkey Hill drinks, all sold by a generous donation. Barnstormers Cylo will be on hand and face painting and balloon animals will be provided. All proceeds will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. For more information, contact Kaeden at 871 9779. to noon Saturday, June 4, at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road. The fee for the class is $15. Learn how to blanch vegetables, to choose packaging materials, to individually quick freeze (tray freezing), to use a freezer thermometer to produce a quality product that can be used by itself or in desserts. Payment can be made using any major credit card. Or,register by phone at 394 6851. Saturday, June 4. The event is open to the public and will feature games and family and canine fun. All Doodles (and non Doodle canine siblings) are invited, and dogs must be on a lead (no flexi leads, please). DVGRR will ask for a $10 donation per family that will include games, hot dogs, and one drink per person. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged. DVGRR will provide educational information regarding the breed for those thinking of adopting or rescuing a Doodle. Proceeds will be used for the care of dogs in the program waiting for adoptive families. Saturday, June 4 at the East Petersburg Community Center during the Community Yard Sale at Community Park, 6051 Pine St.,
East Petersburg. Registration required by noon Friday.