COMMUNITY CALENDAR 1/9/2002

HAPPENINGS AT THE WAYNEDALE BRANCH OF THE ALLEN COUNTY LIBRARY
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME – January – Mondays-14,21,28, and Tuesdays-15,22,29, at 10;30am – This is a specially designed storytime for children age 5 and younger.

 

ASSOCIATION MEETING
The Avalon Neighborhood Association will hold their next meeting Monday, January 21, 2001 at 7pm in the Waynedale Library – Lower Huntington Road.

 

NEEDLE WORK CLASS AT THE SWINNEY HOMESTEAD
A two session needlework class will be offered by Settlers, Inc., on Saturdays January 12th and 19th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Swinney Homestead, 1424 W. Jefferson Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN.
The project will be a copy of the Victorian Needle Case found in a collection of needlework tools from the Vermilyea House, a historic Fort Wayne home. The needlework case will be worked in cross-stitch on perforated paper. Some homework will be assigned between classes. The cost of the project will be $15. Participants are asked to bring their own pair of needlework scissors on both Saturdays and may wish to bring a bag lunch
For registration information, call 483-3721. To register, send check payable to Settlers, Inc., to D. Kane, 3418 Delray Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46815. Registration deadline is December 31, 2001. All classes are subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration or weather.

 

‘BATTLE OF THE BANDS’ – 2002
The 3rd Annual Battle of the Bands, A Night of FAME scheduled for March 9, 2002 is currently accepting audition tapes. Interested high school students may send video or audio tapes of their “garage bands” to Kay Nims, Daybreak Children Children’s Shelter, 909 E. State Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46805. Tapes will be accepted until January 18, 2002. For further information, call Kay at 482-9125, ext. 2532. FAME co-sponsors for this event include Crossroad, CANA, Daybreak Children’s Shelter, Great Kids Make Great Communities, Park Center, and The Villages.

 

NEW WORSHIP SERVICE
Simpson United Methodist Church, 2501 S. Harrison Street, (Calhoun and Suttenfield), will begin a new informal worship service on Wednesday nights. Worship services will be from 7pm to 7:45pm, and will feature Holy Communion each week. The entire community is invited to attend. For more information, contact Pastor Scott Shoaff at 744-1169.

 

CARICATURES BY DARLENE
When planning a party, give a thought to having your guests caricaturized by Darlene McCartney, THE WAYNEDALE NEWS’ pen & ink artist. Call 747-7867 for rates and reservations.

 

FORT WAYNE ART SOURCE
(Non-Profit Gallery and Learning Center)
2812 Lower Huntington Road – Waynedale, IN 46809 – 447-9834

GALLERY HOURS
Wednesdays: 4pm-8pm
Thursdays: 5pm-9pm Fridays: 10am-5pm
Saturdays: 10am-2pm Sundays: 1pm-4pm
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays

Fort Wayne Golden ‘K’ Kiwanis meets at ATZ Restaurant on Tillman Road every Thursday at 11:30am. The program starts at 1pm. For more information call 747-6831.

 

KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION
All Korean War Veterans are invited to come and join our group at our first meeting of the new year. We meet at American Legion Post 82, Harris Road. The meeting will be held on January 12th starting promptly at 9am with breakfast and social hour at 7:30am. All spouses and friends are welcome to attend. Call Publicity Chairman Mary Anna Roemke at 485-7627 for more information.

2002 Annual Passes are now on sale at the Fox Island Nature Center, 7324 Yohne Road. The passes are priced from $15-$35, and are valid from date of purchase through December 31, 2002. For more information contact the Allen County Parks Department at 449-3184 or email at angfoxisland@yahoo.com.

 

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS
The official week for Random Acts of Kindness is February 10-16, 2002. The kick-off will be on February 10 at the Glenbrook Shopping Center.
But why wait for the “official” week to practice Random Acts of Kindness? This time of the year gives us all opportunities to be kind.
It really comes down to treating other people the way you would like to be treated. Random Acts of Kindness will come back to you and be shared by others around you.
Fort Wayne Area Committee, 616 S. Harrison Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802

 

NEW BOUTIQUE OPENS
Crafty Crafts Boutique has recently opened in Waynedale. The store, located in the Cuttery Hair Salon, 6708 Old Trail Road, offers handcrafted knickknacks and other decorative items.

 

FORT WAYNE WRITER’S FORUM
for prose, poetry, and drama writers. Talkabouts, share, network, Tuesday, January 8 at 7pm at the Towne House, 2209 St. Joe Center Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana. New construction is taking place at the Towne House and the front entrance is temporarily gone. If new, please check for information. Call Trudy at 219-482-9362.

For more information call the Allen County Solid Waste Management at 449-7878 or check our web site at www.acwastewatcher.com.

 

NORTHEAST INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF VOLUNTEER ADMINISTRATORS
NIAVA is meeting on Tuesday, January 8 from 11:30am to 1pm at Park Center Inc., 909 E. State Street in Fort Wayne (in the gym conference center). The program will be a presentation on ENNEAGRAMS, presented by Pastor Daniel Hamlin of the Trinity English Lutheran Church. He will explain how this 2000-year-old personality theory has come to be of great use as a tool for understanding oneself and other people. The theory can be applied to any situation when managing and working with others.

All individuals responsible for leading volunteer programs in Northeast Indiana are welcome to join NIAVA and attend monthly meetings. This association seeks to promote professionalism in the field of volunteer administration and to provide a forum for exchange of ideas and tools to upgrade skills. For further information please contact Ann Shirmeyer at 219/260-482-9125.

 

“1ST ANNUAL MOST AWSOME HUMONGUS WAYNEDALE-WIDE GARAGE SALE”
(The time of the sale will be announced as soon as the garage at the Scout Cabin is full – probably in the early spring.)
Have a garage sale last fall and don’t know what to do with all the ‘leftovers’? Are you still sorting through all the stuff Aunt Judy left you in her will, attic, basement, and closets? Did someone give you a gift at the last ‘white elephant’ party you attended and you want to get rid of it? Got a garage/basement/attic you want emptied of its contents? Want to get rid of old toys, tools, cooking utensils, furniture, etc. after Christmas to make room for the new stuff? Move and haven’t unpacked all the boxes and don’t know what’s in them and haven’t missed the stuff? Don’t open them; call Troop 44.

The leaders said they are willing to come to your house to pick up your donations. You may drop off your donations at the Scout Cabin but you must call first and arrange for someone to meet you there. Please don’t drop anything off in front of the door; it will only get wet or be stolen. Call and have someone meet you there PLEASE. Take a FREE tour of the Boy Scout Cabin while you’re there.
“Don’t throw it out; call a Boy Scout” better yet, call Assistant Scoutmaster Jack Shepard at 436-2422, for a ‘free’ pickup. For more information about Troop 44 or about Boy Scouting in the Waynedale area, contact Ray McCune at Portage Creek Camp Association, 2700 Lower Huntington Road or call him at 747-4535 or call Troop 44 Committee Chairman Walt Pressler at 436-9462.

 

FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER – ROBBIE IRONS’ KOMET JERSEY
This is mounted in a frame with a glass front. It is orange and sports the #30 on the jersey sleeves. There is an engraved plaque on the outside with Robbie Irons’ name on it. This professionally done, glass encased jersey was donated to Boy Scout Troop #44 for their “1ST ANNUAL MOST AWSOME HUMONGUS WAYNEDALE-WIDE GARAGE SALE”, however the leaders think the jersey should be put up for silent auction. Call 747-4535 and make a bid on the jersey. The latest and highest bid will be available in case someone wants to top it. The bid has started at $50.00. The Jersey is on display at THE WAYNEDALE BAKERY, 2610 Lower Huntington Road in Waynedale (they are open from 4am to 4pm M-F and from 4am to 12noon on Saturday – Closed Sundays). Talk to owner Bonnie Harris. Drop off your written bid at THE WAYNEDALE NEWS or give it to Bonnie. Bidding will stop at 4pm January 31, 2002 and the highest bidder will be notified.

 

FLOWERS & BARBARA HAS MOVED
to a new home at 613 West Brackenridge Street – off Broadway. In celebration of our 25th year in business, we’d like to announce our move to 613 West Brackenridge Street and that we will be closed to walk-in business until January 7, 2002 but we will accept phone-in orders. Call 260-744-1303 or 1-800-421-5459.

 

ARENA DINNER THEATRE INC. PRESENTS PLAY
Who: Arena Dinner Theatre
What: “CALIFORNIA SUITE” by Neil Simon
When: January 18, 19, 25, 26 – February 1, 2,
(Social hour begins at 6:30pm, dinner at 7:15pm, show starts at 8pm)
Where: 719 Rockhill Street
How much: Admission is $25 – call the box office at 493-1384 for reservations

 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN THEATER PRESENTS PLAY
Who: First Presbyterian Theater – 422-6329 for information and reservations
What: “Art” a play by Yamina Reza; translation by Christopher Hampton
Where: 300 W. Wayne Street – North of Allen County Library – park on North side of building.
When: Thursday Preview Performance, February 7 at 8pm.
Fridays & Saturdays, February 8,9,15,16,22,23 at 8pm.
Sunday, February 17 at 2pm.
How much: Preview Performance – $5 (No reservations – 1st come 1st served) Regular Performances – General Admission – $12, Seniors – $10, Young (under 23yrs) $7 – Group rates available

 

BIBLE STUDY – WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
Hear God’s Revelation of the future explained in easy-to-understand lessons by Bible teacher James Bachman, 25-year pastor of Roanoke Baptist Church, 1167 Seminary Street, Roanoke, Indiana. Invest one hour a week and change your life. Try one session – if it helps return; if it doesn’t, don’t. This Wednesday Night Community Study of the Book of Revelation starts January 2, 2002 at 7pm. For more information call 672-8109 or 672-3784.

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