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Ridgefield Events - June 2010

City-wide Garage Sale Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12. About 30 homes are having sales, and historically there have been some real treasures found during this event. Pick up free maps at the Chevron station on 179th & I-5, The Circle K on Pioneer and I-5, Zebrun's Starliner or Todd's Pioneer Market. Bob's Automotive will be open Saturday from 9-4, and Boy Scout Post 310 will be at that location too.

Opus School of Music program - 6 to 8:00pm Saturday, June 12th at the Old Liberty Theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door. Information: 887-7260.

Thursday, June 17, 5:30 - Ice Cream Social at Cedar Ridge. Come and enjoy an ice cream bar. This is a good way to meet your city officials.

A small group of business owners have been getting together to discuss ways to improve the First Friday event. If you'd like to be on the mailing list to find out what's being discussed, contact Mary Tierney at organicboutique@comcast.net.

The Port of Ridgefield sponsored a meeting last night to discuss ways the Port can get involved in developing and promoting small businesses in Ridgefield. It was a very productive meeting. If you have a small business that you run out of your home and are ready to take the next step, you'll want to find out more about what's happening. Information: Port of Ridgefield Offices - 887-3873

This year the 4th of July celebration will be held on Saturday, July 3rd. The calendar of events is posted on the website at www.ridgefield4th.com with all the contact numbers listed. Now is the time to groom those horses and build your floats for entry in the famous Ridgefield parade. Information: Sandy Schill, Festival Director, 887-0329, sandyschill33@gmail.com

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Tea and Roses tea to benefit Overlook Park, Sunday June 27. Call 887-3596 or 241-9711 to reserve a spot. This is going to be 'the event' of the summer for everyone interesed in helping develop this prime park in downtown Ridgefield. Be there or be square.

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Blood drive - Monday, June 28 1:30 - 6:30 pm at the Community Center. Call 695-8522 for an appointment.

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Fourth of July committee is still looking for volunteers. Go to their website, www.ridgefield4th.com for ideas on what you can do to make the day a success. This annual event is a real winner, and is run by volunteer help. People come from all over Southwest Washington and the Portland area to see how a small town celebrates our nation's birthday.

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Artists in the Vineyard, Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25 at Confluence Vineyard and Winery. More later... but put it on your calendar.

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Parade of Homes, July 9 -25 at Pioneer Canyon subdivision.

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National Night Out event on August 3rd from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Davis Park. Come down and have a free hotdog and meet your neighbors! More about this in a later e-mail, but put it on your calendar


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