RUSTIC LORE DAYS EVENTS
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GLENWOOD CITY, WI
SEPTEMBER 8, 9 & 10, 2017
*** ALL WEEKEND **
Window displays in Main Street businesses
GLENWOOD CITY HISTORY CENTER will be open with school memorabilia on display
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
8:00 CITY WIDE GARAGE SALES Information sheets at Nilssen’s Foods and Countryside Cooperative.~ Contact Judy Bender 715 firstname.lastname@example.org
4:00 – 7:00 RUSTIC LORE KICK-OFF PICNIC Sponsored by Hiawatha National Bank. Located in the bank parking lot. Everyone is welcome!
6:00 – 8:00 SAWDUST PRIZE SEARCH, COW PIE LOTTO and VARIOUS ACTIVITIES including MINNOW RACES, SIDEWALK DECORATING, FACE PAINTING, ETC. on main street.~Sponsored by Anderson Funeral Home & Logghe Trucking.
6:00 SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT starts at the City Ball Field Sponsored by the Glen Hills Lions Club. Contact Lane Berenschot 715 781-5991
7:00 FFA ALUMNI TRACTOR PULL at the fairgrounds Admission $8 Please NO CARRY ONS. Alumni sponsored event. Beer & food available.
~ Contact Morgan Krueger 715 505-2456
7:00 GLENWOOD CITY HILLTOPPERS FOOTBALL at Colfax
8:00 – 12:00 STREET DANCE in the Rustic Lore tent on main street. Music by GC Alumni – DJ’s “JUST THOSE GUYS” – – FREE ADMISSION
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
7:00 – 10:00 a.m. PANCAKE BREAKFAST at Community Center by Holy Cross Lutheran Church youth
8:00 CITY WIDE GARAGE SALES Information sheets available at Nilssen’s Foods and Countryside Cooperative.~
Contact Judy Bender 715 email@example.com
8:00 a.m. SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT continues at the City ball field
9:00 – 12:00 KID’S CARNIVAL FUN – Under the tent on Main Street
9:00 – 1 2:00 COFFEE, TREATS & TOURS at Glenhaven
9:00 – 2:00 CRAFT VENDOR, BAKE SALE & SILENT AUCTION at HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH, 615 Maple Street, Glenwood City
Contact Judi Holmquist 612 firstname.lastname@example.org
9:00 – 2:00 RODS & RIDES CAR SHOW on main street. Contact Roger Bonte 715 265-4218
10:00 – 12:00 GC ALUMNI BAND JAM at Glenhaven
12:00 p.m. TOURS of the Glenwood City Schools
3:00 REUNION PROGRAM at the Glenwood City High School gym
3:00 BEAN BAG TOURNAMENT on main street. Register at Leaker’s Place
3:00 – 7:00 p.m. FREE MUSIC by GC Alumni – “THE WEEKENDERS” in the Rustic Lore tent on main street
4:00 – 6:00 REUNION OF PAST GLENWOOD CITY ROYALTY in the school commons
7:00 QUEEN’S PAGEANT & CORONATION in the Glenwood City High School gym. Queen Emily Hill, Princess Jenesa Klinger, Princess Bidi Mendez and Princes Elizabeth Wink will crown their successors.
8:30 – 12:30 STREET DANCE in Rustic Lore tent on Main Street Special Reunion Music by GC Alumni – “SECTION 8” – – FREE ADMISSION
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
11:00 – 2:00 BARBEQUE CHICKEN DINNER at the Glenwood City Community Center. Sponsored by the Glen Hills Lions Club
11:00 – 4:00 PIE & ICE CREAM Served under the tent on main street. Sponsored by the Glenhaven Auxiliary
1:00 GRAND PARADE on main street led by GRAND MARSHALS – – ED & ARDY JAMES – – Contact Linda Main 612 232-2904 or email@example.com
2:30 – 6:30 MUSIC by “COUNTY LINE” outside at the M & M Bar
FOLLOWING THE PARADE: PEDAL TRACTOR PULL on main street. Featuring the kids’ pull and “Battle of the Businesses”
~ Band awards at the fairgrounds
~ Raffle prizes announced on main street
ALL WEEKEND – GLENWOOD CITY HISTORY CENTER WILL BE OPEN. SCHOOL MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
in the Center and also in the windows of local businesses.
BUTTON PRIZE GIVE-AWAY * The Rustic Lore Days buttons are numbered and prizes will be given away.
GOLDEN WHEEL HUNT $100 CHAMBER DOLLARS
Pre-register your Rustic Lore Days button at City Hall or call Mary Weeks at 715 265-4347. Sponsored by the Glen Hills Chamber of Commerce. Clues will start WEDNESDAY and will be posted daily at Countryside Cooperative, Hiawatha National Bank, Nilssen’s Foods, Glenwood City Hall and online at www.rusticlore.com
VENDORS ARE WELCOME. Fee charged. There will be a designated area assigned to each vendor. Contact Scott Schone 715 556-2240
1ST – $500
2ND – $250
3RD – $150
4TH – $100
RAFFLE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE QUEEN CANDIDATES AND LOCAL BUSINESSES.