WAYNEDALE COMMUNITY PICNIC
August 26, 10a- 3p
Where: Waynedale Park
Intersection of 2900 Koons and Elzey Street-just off of Lower Huntington Road
What: The picnic is a family-friendly event that has been a long-standing tradition in the Waynedale community, drawing over 2,000 attendees yearly. Made possible by over a hundred local businesses and organizations who have donated to the community event.
There will be free lunch and snacks.
Fun to be had with bingo, kids games, inflatable obstacle course, appearances from our local police, EMT and fire departments, Science Exploration Tent, face painting, vendors and more.
Cost: Event is FREE to residents in the Waynedale area
When: First Thurs
Where: Waynedale Library
2200 Lower Huntington Rd.
Note: Meetings are confidential and free of charge
MONTHLY ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT FISH FRY
When: Sept. 8, Oct. 13, Nov. 10
Where: Park Eldelweiss, 3355 Elmhurst Drive
Add’l: Fish Fry and Pork Tenderloin-All You Can Eat.
German music, German beer, wine, and other beverages available.
Cost: $9 adults, $5 children
Contact: Patti Knox (260) 444-3634
UPCOMING EVENTS YOU’LL LOVE!
Where: Southwest Conservation Club
5703 Bluffton Road
Add’l: Open To The Public Events
– FISH & TENDERLOIN FRY. 5-7p
1st & 3rd Fri each month All you can eat, includes an all-you-can-eat fried fish and tenderloin with sides of green beans, corn, cole slaw, french fries, roll and butter, pudding and jello.
Children age 12 and under $5
Age 5 & under Free
– FLEA MARKET
2nd Sat. each month
Jewelry, tools, antiques, collectibles & more! Reserve an outdoor space; tables available.
5p doors open
6pm first game
– TRAP & SKEET
Every second and last Sunday of the month.
– 3D ARCHERY SHOOT. 9a
Second Sat. of the month 20 Target course
More info: www.southwestconservationclub.org
MS SELF HELP GROUP
What: For individuals and family members dealing with MS
When: First Mon
Fort Wayne Rehabilitation Hospital
7970 West Jefferson Blvd.
Who: Disorderly Bear Den
When: First Thurs of month
Where: Community Center
233 W. Main Street
What: We are a non-profit, public charity that collects and gives away teddy bears and other stuffed animals to those in need.
We do this all year and always need new or gently used animals of all types.
All donations may be tax deductible on your personal income tax and are greatly appreciated.
Who: Heather’s Story
When: Throughout the year
Cost: Tax receipt will be provided for each gown or dress brought in
Info: We are collecting formal wear that we will resell for $25
With each gown sold, pointers and signs of what to look for in an abusive relationship will be attached.
All monies collected will be used to Domestic Violence organization, bring in speakers to share their stories and purchase educational materials to use in the classroom.
Contact: Joni Kuhn
LITTLE RIVER RAMBLERS
Who: Little River
Where: Boy Scout Office
8315 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Info: Explore the preserve’s interesting plants and wildlife
Contact: Betsy Yankowiak
When: Every Thursday
Where: Aldersgate Community
2417 Getz Road
FURNISHING HELP TO REBUILD LIVES
Who: Mustard Seed
Where: Drop off donations
3636 Illinois Rd.
Complimentary pick up service for large items
Info: Accepting bed linens, blankets and kitchen and bath towels and miscellaneous kitchen items
Also accepting household furnishing, pictures, box springs, mattresses and knick-knacks.
Contact: 260-471-5802 x 1
SWEET ADELINES TOWNS OF
Where: 5120 Speedway Dr.
Info: Real Women
Real Harmony, Real Fun
PREMIER WOMEN’S NETWORKING
Who: Cheryl Friar
Where: Tavern at Coventry
5745 Coventry Lane
When: First Tues of month
Cost: Bring plenty of business cards
THE KOREAN WAR
Who: Korean War
Indiana Chapter One
Where: Eagles #248
4940 Bluffton Rd.
Info: Food served before and after meeting
Bring friends and spouses!
Contact: Mary Anna Roemke
SOUTHSIDE OPTIMIST CLUB MEETING
Where: Hall’s Restaurant
When: Tues., 7a
Who: Kingston Healthcare
When: Second Wednesday
Info: 15% of all sales go to Alzheimer’s Association
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