The Lake County Library Endowment Fund will host local author Patty Barnhart as speaker for the 2018 Library Endowment Dinner. The dinner will be held at 6:30 PM on Saturday, October 20, 2018, at the Elks Lodge. Friends of the Lake County Library will hold a no-host reception fundraiser at the new Main Library from 5 to 6 PM.
Barnhart will discuss the history of independent authors as well as what it takes to self-publish books today in her talk “Writing and the Independent Author.” Books will be available for purchase at the event, which will also include a reading and a book signing.
Barnhart is the author of ten books: six short story collections, a novel, two cookbooks, and an anthology of poetry. She has won four writing contests and placed in numerous others. In addition to her own titles, she has been published in The Arabian Horse World, Hoofbeats, Cascade Horseman, Rails and Trails, Horse Illustrated, and The Lariat. She has lived with her husband on Willow Springs Ranch near Valley Falls since 1996. Prior to her retirement she worked with the Lake County Juvenile Department for 18 years. In addition to writing she is an avid gardener and hiker. Jimmy, the cat, lives with them.
This year’s fundraising items include artwork, wine basket, a collection of books written by local authors, and more. Regular raffle tickets are $1 each, six tickets for $5, or arms’ length for $20. All raffle tickets sales begin on Monday, October 1, 2018 in the Main Library. You need not be present at the dinner to win raffle items.
Tickets to the dinner are $30 and may be purchased or reserved at the Main Library in Lakeview before October 13, 2018. No ticket or reservation is required for the no-host reception at the Main Library, which is open to all. Questions about the event may be directed to Amy Hutchinson, Lake County Library Director, at 541-947-6019.
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Join us Sunday, October 14th from Noon-4pm at the Lake County Fairgrounds
Cow Pie Bingo- $10 per ticket could win you $1,000 !!!!!!!
Kids Games, Vendors
Beer, Wine, German Food, Sweet Shop
Tickets available at the Lake County Chamber of Commerce and any Soroptimist Member!!
U.S. Cellular is once again thanking its customers with a Customer Appreciation Celebration at the Clearlake store. From Oct. 11 through Oct. 14, everyone who visits the store at 14896 Olympic Drive will receive a free cooler tote*, and customers can access a mobile prize wheel on their smartphone to spin to win prizes that include bill credits and accessory discounts of up to 30 percent.
“At our store, we always want to show our customers how much we appreciate them,” said Erryn Andersen, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in the northwest. “This celebration is a fun way for us to engage with our customers and our fellow community members, and we encourage everyone to come visit us during the celebration.”
The Customer Appreciation Celebration coincides with a smartphone sale at all U.S. Cellular stores where current customers can get great deals on a variety of the latest Samsung smartphones. For more information, call 707-995-1263.
*While supplies last. Additional terms apply. In-Store Contests: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. See store for Official Rules.
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Come on out for the 25th anniversary of the Fall Festival & Auction, a fundraiser for missions. Held Saturday, October 20 at Christmas Valley Community Church, it consists of a LIVE auction, silent auction, country store, yard sale, food booths, and kid’s activities. It’s a fun-filled day for the WHOLE family.
Full Event Details : Christmas Valley Community Church presents the 25th anniversary of the Fall Festival & Auction, a fundraiser for missions. Held Saturday, October 20, it consists of a LIVE auction, silent auction, country store, yard sale, food booths, and kid’s activities. It’s a fun-filled day for the WHOLE family. See schedule below. No admission charge.
8:00 am - Farm Ground Coffee Shop opens
9:00 am - Silent Auction (Ends at 11:30am), Country Store, Yard Sale, and Pie Shop
10:00 am - Activities for kids of all ages begin, Dave’s Deals - A trailer full of “Guy Stuff”, Ice cream, Hotdogs, Corn Dogs, Curly Fries & Fry Bread Tacos (served all day)
11:00 am - Barbecue Tri-tip Beef or Chicken dinner (served all day)
12:00 pm - LIVE AUCTION with Auctioneer Dennis Turmon - Antiques, Farm Equipment, Collectibles, Tools, Furniture, Quilts, Household, Cars, and much more!
FREE Gospel Bluegrass concert following the auction, featuring Bethel Mountain Band (around 5:30 pm)
Please visit our website to view all auction items. Updated items and pictures added daily. Go to this website and then click on the link to view 2018 auction items.
All proceeds go to the mission field. No outside booths. Cash or bankable checks day of sale, please. Credit cards accepted with processing fee for auction items. Donations joyfully accepted.
All distances start from the Lake County Fairgrounds except the metric, which starts from the Camas snow park. Century starts at 6:30 AM. Metric starts at 8:30 from Camas snow Park. All other rides start at 9:00 from the Fairgrounds. Dinner is included in the cost of registration and begins at 4;30 pm.The starting elevation for the ride is 5,000', so expect a cool morning start but much warmer temperatures in the afternoon.
More information at TourDoOutback.org