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AUGUST 5, 2010
Fun, food and frolic - Pierce 1860 Days has it all Aug. 6-8
Are you ready for great music, lots of food, and a chance to kick up your heels? It will all happen this weekend at Pierce 1860 Days.
The Kick-Off in the
Park on Friday brings the fine traditional barbeque presented by the Timberline
Lions Club, followed by the Pie and Ice Cream Social served by the New Life
Fellowship Youth Group. Molly and Tenbrooks, the rousing bluegrass band from
Saturday features all kinds of entertainment - a softball tournament, ATV Fun Run, The Legends of the Old West Cowboy Reenactments, the 1860 Days Parade, kids' fishing derby, kids' games and contests, great food and crafts from a variety of vendors, an auction of firewood logs and truckload of gravel, a Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Hell's Canyon Ghost Riders target shooting exhibition - all taking place on or near Main Street.
In the evening, you
won't be able to settle down - once again, the Fabulous Kingpins will make
On Sunday, the morning
starts off a bit more calmly. Country church will be held on the lawn behind the
Later on in this relaxing day, take part in the water balloon toss, pie-eating contest, and some fun kids' games. At , you will be treated to the sweet and amazing voice and guitar of Shiloh Sharrard of Troy, as she performs country and western favorites.
Toward winding down for the weekend, there will be drawings for the 1/2 oz Gold Miner Charm, the Char-Broil 5 burner grill, and the 'Crown Royal' denim quilt. Other drawings include the Dell Laptop computer to benefit the new Pavilion, and the Memorial Flag drawing by the Historic Pierce Cemetery Friends.
This is a fun-filled, action-packed weekend you will want to be part of!
The entire schedule of
events may be viewed on the Pierce-Weippe Chamber of Commerce website, under
1860 Days; pierce-weippechamber.com or you may call