November 5, 2008
BOO!! What a Scary Bunch!
From the school to the rink there were some spooky and funny and just plain crazy costumes. I walked through the hall to Joe’s party I met many kids who wanted to show off their costumes.
At the Halloween Skate/Dodge Noah volunteered to scare people with his chainsaw…without the blade, of course. Too bad that his costume got caught up in his chainsaw and he didn’t get to scare anyone.
Many trick or treaters stopped by the skating rink for a treat. The skaters were having a good time, too
For more pictures of Halloween in Elmwood check out this web album:
We Partied Like Dillon & Tyler & AJ would have wanted us to!
The memory party Saturday night was a blast! We cried a little but laughed a whole lot more. There was skating and games and lots of food! And there was Dodge Ball. It was a blast!!
For more pictures of the party check out this web album.
Library Fall Photo Fund Raiser Event
Snyders Photography Studio on South 4th Street
Saturday, November 8th
Appointments available - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
Contact the library to schedule your appointment.
$10 donation to the library
You will get an 8x10 picture and there is no sitting fee charged. You may order additional photos or Christmas cards, too. Bring the family, dress for Christmas, dress in matching clothes, wear your clown noses. Be different. Be silly. Just get together and get your picture taken for a good cause! Here you can see our Christmas picture from two years ago. I think it is wonderful. The kids were not so pleased.
Man, that boy can eat!
I took a bunch of kids to Omaha last week and we stopped at McDonalds. Everyone ordered their usual…including Garyn. He always orders 5 DOUBLE cheeseburgers. And large fries. Can you imagine being able to eat that much and still be that skinny?
Where’s the Deer? This time of year the deer are usually right next to the road…waiting for you. Be careful!
What makes guy happy and girls giggle and the police cringe?
A car with huge speakers in the trunk that makes the car shake when you crank the sound up.
Kids on A Hayrack Ride
I spotted this wild bunch out for a fun hayrack ride. I suspect they were from the SonShine Child Care Center but I didn’t get to confirm it. They were just too speedy!
HARMONICA WORKSHOP/CONCERT, IN THE OLD AVOCA, NEBRASKA SCHOOLHOUSE
David Seay, Master Artist with the Nebraska Arts Council, will be presenting a Harmonica Workshop/Concert on Sunday, November 9, at 2:30 PM in the Old Avoca, Nebraska Schoolhouse.
The workshop/concert will be followed by light refreshments, and a chance to chat and jam with the performers. Admission is $5.00 for adults, and $1.00 for children and students. Decent 10 hole diatonic harmonicas in the key of C will be available for purchase for $3.00 each so everyone can join in the fun.
Avoca is in southern Cass County, Nebraska, on the 13 C Spur, one mile south of Highway 34 and three miles east of Highway 50. For more information, write to Greenblatt & Seay, P.O. Box 671, Avoca, NE, 68307, or call 402-275-3221, or e-mail them at email@example.com, or visit their web site at www.greenblattandseay.com.
The Old Avoca (Nebraska) Schoolhouse will be hosting a Twin Fiddling Workshop on Saturday, November 15, for fiddlers (or violinists or violists) who want to learn to play nicely together with their fellow-fiddlers (or violinists or violists). Fiddlers (or violinists or violists) of any age and experience level are encouraged to enroll. Championship fiddler and fiddle book author, Deborah Greenblatt will share some tunes, hints about arranging for two fiddles, playing back-up, etc. The Workshop takes place on Saturday, November 15, 1 PM - 3 PM, in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse, in Avoca, Nebraska. Pre-registration is required, and enrollment is limited. For more information, call 402-275-3221, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Sightreading Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, November 29, from 1 PM - 3 PM in the Old Avoca Schoolhouse, in picturesque Avoca, Nebraska. This will be a wonderful opportunity to play with other music students, and sightread music that you've never seen before, and don't have to ever see again. During the workshop, musicians will be discussing how to negotiate new compositions with minimum stress, and maximum music. The beauty of this workshop is that all you have to do is show up. There is no preparation necessary, although pre-registration is required. For more information, call 402-275-3221, or e-mail email@example.com.
Have a good week!