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Shrubs: The ‘Bones’ of Your Garden

On a recent trip to England and Wales, I eagerly anticipatedtouring several gardens. Expecting to view long stretches ofstylized formal grounds, I was delighted to find myself strollingthrough landscaped “rooms” with something of interest fromevery angle. The shrubs were used as the glue that held the mixed plantings together. As we revise our own plantings [...]

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Community Calendar

October   Ongoing – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations and sponsorships for 103rd Annual Awards Banquet “Red Carpet Night”. Awards are given for Man of the Year, Woman of the Year, Youth of the Year, Business of the Year, Organization of the Year and Employee of the Year. Deadline for nominations [...]

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Terror struck the Woodlake Meat Locker

The Meat Locker of Terror was open for two frightening nights of fun last Friday and Saturday. Children and adults alike showed up to buy tickets and experience the Chamber’s creepy creation. Along with smoky strobe lights, un-dead butchers and creepy clowns, the Meat Locker of Terror had its’ halls dawned with frightening decor and [...]

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Exhibit brings a bounty of artistry to Three Rivers

A brisk morning, colorful leaves, a whiff of the first warming fire in the hearth and the hope of winter storms moves artists toward paint brushes, cameras, clay and more. The Arts Alliance of Three Rivers shares this bounty of artistry at its autumn 2014 exhibition, “Hidden in the Leaves.” Visitors will experience a diverse [...]

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Rocky Hill hosts festival

When the sun sets over the foothills this Friday, girls and boys will hit the streets in search of sweet treats and scary good times. For families looking for a fun and safe event for their children to enjoy, Rocky Hill Community Church will be hosting their first annual Harvest Festival. Located at 259 South [...]

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Halloween in the Foothills

Children of all ages look forward to Halloween, from costumes to candy to scary movies Halloween is full of fun. But each year with a growing number of children on the streets Halloween poses safety risks. In order to manage the crowds of trick-or-treaters cities around the foothills have organized fun and safe alternatives to [...]

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Lindsay likes to stick-to-your-ribs food

As October gives way to November, fall is in the air. Footballs fly across the fields of high school, college and pro stadiums. Crisp nights provide for cozy evenings after cooler temperatures lounge throughout the day. And the smell of barbecue rises up from tailgate party and backyard get-togethers with the sweet, well-seasoned and savory [...]

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Fright-full Fun

Haunted with the thought of a ho-hum Halloween? Never fear — trick-or-treaters will want more than just candy once they see your party table. Throw a fabulous Halloween party fit for little goblins or grown-up monsters with some devilishly good sweets. Try these easy party ideas from Wilton to make your Halloween spook-tacular: Add some [...]

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Three Rivers wraps up Raven Festival

After a full month of celebration Three Rivers will wrap up it’s Raven Festival on Saturday, Oct. 25. The festival will conclude with the old fashion Carnival at Three Rivers Union School Last year was Three Rivers first annual Raven Festival, event organizer Nadie Spencer said that the inspiration behind the event came from surrounding [...]

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Community Calendar

October   Ongoing – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations and sponsorships for 103rd Annual Awards Banquet “Red Carpet Night”. Awards are given for Man of the Year, Woman of the Year, Youth of the Year, Business of the Year, Organization of the Year and Employee of the Year. Deadline for nominations [...]

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