16th Annual Tractor Show
July 25, 26, 27th 2014
Featuring: Case tractors and all related implements.
“Every make and model make up an essential part of our show”
Flea Market-Live Entertainment-Working Demonstrations-Shingle Mill-Sawmill- Tractor Pull-Blacksmith Shop-Bake Sale-Kids Pedal Tractor Pull- Children’s Activities-Tractor Games-Daily Tractor Parade
Free Flea Market Lots
Spectator Admission $3
Children 12 and under free with adult
Show information: 231-796-5078 Jim Misner
231-408-2392 Gordon Oliver
Bark On Wheatland (B.O.W)
Bark On Wheatland (B.O.W.)
Wheatland Township Park
July 26th, 2014
Bring your family and your dog(s) to have some fun with other dog lovers. Here are some of the activities that you have to look forward to, while helping the rescue raise funds.
Mark Larner @ Chippewa Hills 8 am to 10 am
5K Fun Run/Walk at Chippewa Hills Cross Country Course. Registration Opens at 8 am.
Registration Fee: $20 Adult, $10 Under 12.
Bark on Wheatland (Twp Park) Registration Fee: $20
Both Events (Before 7-4-14) Registration Fee: $30
Remus Ranch Rustic Camping Registration Fee: Donation.
All other events at Wheatland Park, Remus, MI
Mandy Collins – Learn about Dryland/Sled Dog Sport Demo
Tracy White- Rally Obedience
Sharon Whalen- Nosework Intro
Meet the ACD Breed
Raffle Items – Tickets $1
Paw Print Art
For questions call 989-330-5147
Paint The Town Black 5K
2nd Annual Let’s Paint the Town Black! There will be a 5k run/walk and a 1-mile “Fun Run”, both events open to all ages, in McBain on July 26 at 9 am starting and ending at NMC School. All donations received from the 5k will go to support University of Michigan Cancer research to find a cure for Melanoma. It is being hosted by the family of Kelly Van Houten, who lost his battle with this disease in 2013. So put on your sunscreen and join us!. Find us on Facebook @ “Paint the Town Black”, our website www.paintthetownblack5k.com, or email Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beer and Wine Tasting Festival & Juried Fine Art
Friends of Alanson’s 2nd Annual Beer and Wine Tasting Festival and 1st Juried Fine Art Show will be held on Saturday, July 26 on the beautiful grounds of Stafford’s Crooked River Lodge and Suites located on US 31 just north of the M 68 intersection in Alanson. rnThis year’s event will benefit the Alanson High School’s Agriscience Greenhouse Project which they hope to build this fall. rnThe Juried Art show is from 11 am to 6 pm and is FREE and open to the public.rnThe Beer and Wine Tasting will feature Michigan wines and local Micro Brewed Beers and is from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.rnTickets for the Beer and Wine Tasting Festival can be gotten at the following Alanson Business – the Crooked River Lodge & Suites, WW Fairbairn’s & Sons or thru their on line store at www.friendsofalsnon.org Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 the day of the event. Purchase price includes 3 tasting tickets and a commemorative wine glass which will be given on the day of the event and tastes of appetizers from Up North Restaurants. Extra Tasting Tickets may be purchase at the event—$2 each additional or 12 for $20. rnIf you have any questions you can call me at 231-330-3188rnThank you and Blessings!rnGenevieve LloydrnEvent Organizer rn