It’s a busy weekend in Pott. County! Where should you go? What should you do? Where can you get some good food? I have it all and links to get you all the info!
Here’s a whole list of options to pick from:
Macedonia will be a happenin’ place this weekend with Grist Mill performances of the comedy, “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” on Friday and Saturday night and a matinee on Sunday. (Tickets are still available!) In addition, The Painted Camel will be hosting an open house (People, this place is right out of the Old Market!) and so will the Pioneer Trail Museum and the Stempel Bird Museum. And the new Macedonia House Bed & Breakfast will host their open house on Sunday before the matinee from noon to 2. Plus, The Back 40 is back open for business and will have specials if you show them your Grist Mill tickets!
Saturday will also be a big day in Shelby! They are hosting a craft and vendor fair from 9 to 3 at the Cardinal Lofts. Not only can you get that Mother’s Day or graduation gift early but all organizational proceeds go to the Shelby Sesquicentennial Celebration!
Impact Hill in Oakland will be having Jackie Ackers (who sang at the National Rodeo Finals in Vegas) and Paul Hart (with his band, Oreo Meatwagon) live in concert for a fundraising event in their auditorium on Saturday night! I hear if you buy tickets now you can score some drink tickets, too!
As you probably know, this WIDA rep. is a big fan of 4-H and they are bringing you options this weekend too! The East Pott. Glow Bingo will be held in Oakland Saturday night from 7-8:30pm and the Hardin Knights are serving a freewill donation spaghetti dinner on Sunday at the McClelland Town Hall from 4 – 7pm.
So not only can you eat supper out on Sunday, but you can eat breakfast out, too! The Underwood Fire & Rescue is having their pancake breakfast from 7:30am to 1pm. Gotta love pancakes and a good cause!
Lots of event options this weekend! We hope you take advantage of them! Be sure to support local and enjoy the good times!
I’ll be back next week with more great things to tell you! Spread the word!
And thanks, Canva, for the help on my image this week!