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Ridgefield Events - April 2010

Dave Standal tells me that census forms were not sent to PO boxes - residents with a PO box have to pick up their forms at the Post Office. Please be sure to get a form and send it in - it means more money for schools and other local entities. Thanks Dave for sending that information - seems like it was a goof-up on the government's part.

First Friday is tomorrow in downtown Ridgefield. Many of the stores will be open late and some have special offers. The weather outside may be dreadful, but the atmosphere inside at these shops will be delightful - come help us celebrate!

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At Alcove Art Gallery the theme is Spring! All the artists have new work on display, and wine and food will be available. Take a chance on winning a $25 gift certificate to the gallery.

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Tammy at Ridgefield Floral will have Easter bouquets on sale for $10.

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Mary at Organic Boutique will be pouring organic wine, and she just got in a bunch of new products, some of which will be discounted.

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Donna and Peggy at Lily Wiggans would love to see you and show you their wonderful assortment of treasures.

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Don and Earleen at Seasons will be open late - stop by for some liquid refreshment and goodies and look at the on-going display of art.

Each Tuesday night Tim Dawdy hosts a rotating cast of talented musicians at East Fork Cellars. Enjoy great fresh seafood from Pacific Best Fish Cafe (next door) and a glass of wine in a casual, fun-filled atmosphere. (6:30PM-9:00PM) Information: 727-3055, http://eastforkcellars.com

Lion's Club Super Sale and Auction is this Saturday, April 3 at the Amphitheatre. Doors open at 8:30, auction starts at 9:00. Parking is now free. Come and you may find just what you're looking for. A partial list of what's up for sale is: a roll top desk, red leather couch, patio furniture, bed frames with storage underneath, shelf cabinets, one diesel tractor lawnmower, lots of peg board and tools, practically new file cabinets, and much more. The Country Store has 1000's of items available for purchase. Information: Dick Carlson: 600-9832.

The City of Ridgefield is looking for a dynamic and self motivated person to serve on the Ridgefield Planning Commission. Applicants must reside within the city limits, and applications may be obtained at City Hall, 230 Pioneer Street, or mailed by contacting 887-3557. Submission deadline is April 15, 2010.

Congratulations to the Ridgefield students who placed so well in the 2010 Elementary Math is Cool competition last month! Keep up the good work! We can be proud of our schools and the teachers who work so hard to provide a quality education for our students.

Class in preserving jams, jellies and chutneys will be held Saturday, April 10 at from 10-12 at the library. Come and find out how to preserve the harvest of items you will be planting this summer, and get tips on what to plant from Kendra Pearce of Urban Farm School. information: 887-8281.

Ilia's Belly Dance Class at The Old Liberty Theater 115 N Main Ave., Ridgefield

New semester starts Monday April 12th. Intermediate/Advanced: 5:30-6:30PM. Beginners: 6:30-7:30PM. $65 for 8 sessions. As usual, all students are welcome to participate in both classes for the same one-class price. All ages welcome! No special attire required. Questions? call Ilia @ 360-727-3387 or e-mail iliajane@comcast.net. Register @ Seasons or at the first class.

The Union Ridge Elementary School PTA is holding a Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 24th from 9 to 4. They are accepting donations (gently used clothing, toys, books, furniture, dvds, cds, tools, etc. etc.) at the school during morning drop-off (7:30-8:30am) on Wednesdays April 7, 14, and 21, on Friday April 23 from 3:00-7:00pm, or by appointment. All proceeds will benefit the Union Ridge PTA student and school enrichment programs. For more information, contact Kelly Maul kmaul.urpta@gmail.com of 887-3653.

Happy Easter everyone!


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