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Community Calendar 05-27-14

 


Coming Up

International Spy Academy Vacation Bible School at Evangelical Free Church (2763 11th St, Sidney) - Mon., June 23 through Thurs., June 26th - 9 a.m. to 11:30 am

Children ages 4 years - 4th grade are invited to attend the 4 day vacation Bible school “International Spy Academy” held on June 23 through June 26th from 9-11:30 am. Call the church office for more information at 254-6162 or email efcsidney@efcsidney.org to sign up your child today!!!

FIZZ – BOOM – READ!

2014 SUMMER READING PROGRAM THEME

Readers of all ages will explode with fun as we celebrate science at the Sidney Public Library’s “Fizz Boom Read!” summer reading program. The 2014 Summer Reading program is open to young people, age 2 through young adult with programs, science experiments, storytimes, prize drawings, and much more. An adult reading program will also be offered. Registration for “Fizz, Boom, Read!” begins on Friday, May 30 at the Sidney Youth Center (14th and King), 6:30 in

the evening. For more info., please call the Sidney Public Library at 254-3110. All programs are free of charge.

Thursday, May 29

Bingo night, held every Thursday night, 5:30 p.m.

at the Elks Lodge.

Monday, June 2

Bike Safety Class hosted by the Sidney Public Library and Sidney Police Department on Mon., June 2 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Sidney Public Library (1112 12th Ave.) Get Ready For A Safe Summer. Learn bike safety rules, have bikes checked for good working condition, register your bike with police department. Register to win:

A Boy’s Bike, A Girl’s Bike and safety helmets. Must be present to win. For more information please contact the Library at 308-254-3110

Thursday, June 5

The Sidney High Class of 1974 will hold a planning meeting on Thurs., June 5th at 7 p.m. at The Hillside Grill.

Friday, June 13

Cheyenne County Gold Rush After Dark 5K on June 13

Registration will begin at 7 p.m. and races will begin on time with the first one being at 8:05. Register at the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce or at the Community Center

Saturday, June 14

19th Annual John Wright Memorial Strawberry Moon Golf Tournament

Prairie Pines Golf Course in Potter. The 14 team, 4 person scramble will tee off at 3 p.m. for daylight round, break for a meal, then golf the second round at dusk with glow balls. Golf cart rentals are limited,

so please call early to reserve.

For cost info or to register,

call 308-879-4224 or

308-879-4469.

Saturday, June 21

Keep Sidney Beautiful and Wheat Belt PPD - Electrics Recycling Day on June 21 at Hickory Street Square. Contact keep Sidney Beautiful for prices. 308-254-5851

Sullivan Hills Camp Classic

The Camp Classic Golf Tournament on June 21st includes 18 holes of golf, lunch, flag prizes, gift bag and the meal and awards ceremony that immediately follows. There is a fee. Registration and lunch is at 11 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon at the Chappell Golf Club. Need more information? You can contact Heather toll free at 888-656-6254 or by e-mail at habbott@nlom.org

Sunday, June 22nd

Sullivan Hills Quilt Auction

All are welcome! Beautifully quilted and tied quilts donated by individuals and congregations from across Nebraska. The day includes community worship service, quilts on display a potluck lunch with the quilt auction. The auction and potluck will be held rain or shine. Bring your friends and families. Please bring your own table service, a dessert, salad or vegetable to share and a chair. The main entrée and beverages will be provided. All proceeds go to programs of Sullivan Hills Camp. Community Worship Service – 10:30 a.m.

Quilts on Display — 11 a.m.

Potluck lunch — Noon

Quilt Auction will start —1 p.m. Sullivan Hills Camp is located ten miles north of Lodgepole. Need more information? You can contact Heather toll free at 888-656-6254 or by e-mail at habbott@nlom.org

LIBRARY ACTIVITIES

• TUESDAY, JUNE 10 – Lunch at Petrie Dish Park – All Ages – 12:00 Bring a sack lunch and listen to stories.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00 - Children will participate in a variety of experiments involving different sciences. Stations include earth, life, and natural sciences – math also included.

• WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 – Bubble Buddies Toddler Time – Children ages 2 & 3 – 10:30 – Story and fingerplays.

• THURSDAY, JUNE 12 – Color Chaos – Children PS (Age 3) – 1st grade 10:00 & 11:15 – Story about color – children will learn that by combining colors we can make new ones.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00.

• TUESDAY, JUNE 17 – Lunch at Petrie Dish Park – All Ages – 12:00 – Bring a sack lunch and listen to stories.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00.

• WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 – Bubble Buddies Toddler Time – Children ages 2 & 3 – 10:30 – Story and fingerplays.

• THURSDAY, JUNE 19 – The Scoop on Gloop – Children ages 2nd – 3rd grade – 10:00 & 11:15 - Story – Bartholomew and the Oobleck – youth will make “oobleck” or gloop and discuss some of the science that goes with the project.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00.

• TUESDAY, JUNE 24 – Lunch at Petrie Dish Park – All Ages – 12:00 – Bring a sack lunch and listen to stories.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00.

• WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 – Bubble Buddies Toddler Time – Children ages 2 & 3 – 10:30. Story and fingerplays.

• THURSDAY, JUNE 26 – Kaleidoscope Krazy – Youth 4th – 6th grade – 10:30 – Discussion of light and making a kaleidoscope to take home.

Investigation Stations – All Ages – 2:00.

• FRIDAY, JUNE 27 – Einstein’s Megatronic Cosmic Café – All Ages –(Younger children will need to be accompanied by parent.) – 10:30 – This is a mystery lunch. (Even Einstein took time out to eat.) Participants choose items for their meal; however the items may not be what they thought. This is a test of imagination and innovation on the part of the participants.

 

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