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Tombstone Derby set
Written by Tammy Walro   
Thursday, 21 October 2010 10:26

The Elmore Chamber of Commerce will present the 6th annual Tombstone Derby Saturday, Oct. 30 at Depot Park.

The schedule of events includes:

• 9-11 a.m.: Pumpkin-carving and pie-baking contest registration. Bring pumpkin entries to the Historical Cabin and pies to the Fire Station. Call Renee Thomas at 419-574-1559 for more information.
• Noon-1 p.m.: Registration for Adult Motorized Casket Races and kids’ battery-operated vehicles. Prizes will be awarded. Kids’ cars must have “stock” battery power.
• Noon: Pumpkin carving and pie judging contest. Pie pieces will be sold by the slice or a la mode after the judging. Pumpkins will be displayed at the Historical Cabin.
• 1-7 p.m.: Haunted cabin – kid friendly.
• 1-7 p.m.: Ghoulish food available, presented by the Historical Society.
• 1-7 p.m.: Magical Market and Craft Vendors, along with fortune-telling and ghost stories.
• 1-5 p.m.: Kids’ Magic School Adventure.
• 2-5 p.m.: Voting for “Best of Show” motorized caskets and kids’ battery-operated vehicles.
• 2-3 p.m.: Body Toss Contest ($1 per team) and Cadaver Toss Contest ($1 per entrant).
• 3-4 p.m.: Pet Halloween Costume Contest, featuring prizes for Best of Show and Best Kid/Pet. Winners announced at 4 p.m.
• 4-5 p.m.: Motorized Casket Drag Races (single elimination heats and final).
• 5-6 p.m.: Kids’ Trails for Treats at downtown businesses (12 and under).
• 6-7 p.m.: “Parade of Fools” and Tombstone Derby Casket Races. Parade through downtown includes motorized caskets, kids’ battery-operated vehicles, pets and kids in costume and decorated bicycles.
• 7 p.m.: Derby and People’s Choice awards announced. There will also be a raffle drawing, with proceeds benefiting the fireworks fund.

For more information, call Lowell Krumnow at 419-260-1282. For vendor information, call 419-350-8560.

 
The end of an era for Toledo music
Written by Tammy Walro   
Thursday, 21 October 2010 10:09

A long time staple of the Toledo music scene, Resonant Soul, has announced that they are taking an indefinite hiatus from performing live and has scheduled their final concert Saturday Oct. 23 at The Zodiac (135 S. Byrne Rd. Toledo.

The concert will also mark the release of their long-awaited, aptly-titled album “Truly These are the Last Days.”

Resonant Soul has been touring and releasing original music for nearly a decade. Their songs have been aired on major FM radio stations in Toledo, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Bowling Green and also on XM/Sirius satellite radio. They have shared the stage with international recording artists such as Saliva, The Misfits, Whitesnake, Seven Mary Three, Shinedown, Trapt, Jefferson Starship, Fishbone and Days of the New, to name a few. Their independently produced music has been heard across the globe through the distribution of CDs and digital downloads. They have performed in every major city from Chicago to Brooklyn.

 
Dog Warden Hosts “Howlaween” Adopt-a-thon
Written by Tammy Walro   
Thursday, 21 October 2010 10:00

The Lucas County Dog Warden’s office will hold a “Howlaween” Adopt-a-thon this Saturday Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 410 S. Erie Street.

All dogs adopted that day will receive a free post-adoption veterinary exam at a local veterinary clinic and a free collar and leash. Adopters will also get to spin the “Howlowheel” to receive an additional adoption incentive including free grooming, training, dog food, and more!

“Currently, we have over 35 dogs in need of adoption, ranging from a Dachshund to a Bullmastiff mix,” said Julie Lyle, Lucas County Dog Warden. “Anyone who is looking for a great companion should come down this Saturday and give one of these great dogs a home.”

In addition to all the above extras, the Dog Warden’s $50 adoption fee includes the spay/neuter surgery, initial vaccines (distemper/parvo and bordetella), worming, microchip and registration, exam, and behavioral evaluation. There is an additional $25 fee to license the dog, which must be done at the time of adoption.

There will also be trick or treating for both costumed children and dogs at the event!

Representatives from Humane Ohio will be in attendance collecting food for their Pet Food Bank. Anyone who brings a pet food item to donate will be entered into a drawing for a prize basket.

Sponsors of the event include Overmeyer Veterinary Center, Hancock Fabrics, Poco’s Playhouse, St. Francis Veterinary Hospital, Andersons, Ball Media, Petco, Appliance Center, Little Caesars (Byrne), Bigby Coffee, Gardner Dog Training, Silly Bandz, Toledo Free Press, K100 and Kroger.

 

 

 
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