Today – Friday your old computers, monitors, printers and so forth can be recycled at OMU on Tamarack Rd. It celebrates Public Power Week which ends today.
Join Steve Horn today 4:00 to 6:00pm in the lobby of The Holiday Inn Express at 3220 West Parrish Avenue in Owensboro. This weekend you can bring in your antiques, your gold and silver jewelry, coins, antique firearms and more and they will pay you cash! Plus sign up this weekend to win an 82 inch Mitsubishi flat screen t.v. and Wal-Mart gift cards!
The Sportscenter hosts the Gun and Knife Show Saturday and Sunday. $5 gets you in.
The Hope for Harlie Golf Scramble is Saturday at Ben Hawes Park. There are cash prizes and silent auction. Call Josh at 270-929-2606 for info.
The Green River Area Down Syndrome Awareness Walk. is Saturday from 11:00 to 1:30 at Moreland Park. Food, games, inflatables, info tables, silent auction, pie auction. Help us celebrate Down Syndrome. We’re more alike than different.
Phillips Chapel Worship Assembly will be having a Fall Festival on Saturday. Food, games and fun for everyone. Church is located at 5th &Orchard Streets in Owensboro
Saturday at the Emory Center Barber Shop there will be Moon Observation through Telescopes. It’s 7 to 10 p.m. at 527 Emory Drive. Free to public.
The Steamboat Festival is in downtown Hawesville Saturday and Sunday. Pancake breakfast, sorghum making, a baby toddler pageant, corn hole tournament, music, history and a lot more. Saturday from 8 to 10pm and Sunday Noon – 7pm.
Voice of Elmwood continues at Elmwood cemetery Friday and Saturday this weekend and next. Tours go out every 30 minutes from 6 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $10. Call 687-2732.
Saturday night at the Crème Mocha Mouth continues. Local performers sing from 6 to 8 p.m. 109 East Second street.
The Ride for the Cure is Saturday from Jack Fisher Park to the Malco Cinema and back. The event benefits the Susan G. Komen Foundation and if for middle and high school students. It starts at 9:30.
Trunnell’s Farm Market continues its Great Pumpkin Fest at their place 6 miles south of Owensboro.
·The 5th annual Gospel Sing on the Lampkin Farm is Saturday between 2 and 6p.m. The event is Free and so is the food. There is limited seating available so it is wise to bring your own chair. To attend take Ky. 54 to Karns Grove Road, about 2 miles southeast of Philpot to Short Station Road and follow the signs.
The Longest Day of Play will finally take place. It was postponed on June 21 do to the extreme heat. It’s Sunday at Moreland Park. Games, door prizes, demonstrations and lots of family friendly physical activities.
Hundreds of Tri-County residents will unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Each walker will also join in a meaningful tribute ceremony to honor those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. It is Saturday, at 8:30 at theJasper Riverwalk – Buehler Plaza
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