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October 11, 2012

Montezuma offers 10 days of festival fun

Covered Bridge Festival activities going on in Montezuma.

Friday, Oct. 12

• Canal Tours All Day

• Chicken Noodles and Bean Dinner

Saturday, Oct. 13

• 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Community Wide Yard Sale

(Each person or group who wishes to hold a yard sale on this day during the festival should contact Kristi Johnson at 812-239-8644. A small registration fee of $5 for one Saturday and $8 for both Saturdays will place your yard sale on a map to be distributed throughout the area for advertising.)

• Antique Tractor and Engine Show all day downtown on Washington St.

Parade and Games at 1 p.m.

For more information, call Jack Wilburn 245-2703 or Paul K. Bartlow 765-245-2728

• Canal Tours All Day

• Cornbread and Bean Dinner

Sunday, Oct. 14

• Antique Tractor and Engine Show all day and Slow Tractor Race, downtown on Washington Street; For more information, call Jack Wilburn 765-245-2703 or Paul K. Bartlow 765-245-2728

• 1 p.m. Coon Holler Kids

• 2 to 4 p.m. Gospel Sing with local talent, downtown in the tent. Bring your lawn chairs. For more information, call Wayne Baldwin (765) 592-3115.

• Canal Tours All Day

• Cornbread and Bean Dinner

Friday, Oct. 19

• Canal Tours all day

• Chicken Noodle and Bean Dinner

Saturday, Oct. 20

• 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Community Wide Yard Sale

(Each person or group who wishes to hold a yard sale on this day during the festival should contact Kristi Johnson at 812-239-8644. A small registration fee of $5 for one Saturday and $8 for both Saturdays will place your yard sale on a map to be distributed throughout the area for advertising.)

• 1 p.m. Coon Holler Adults

• 2  to 5 p.m. Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show

• Canal Tours All Day

• Cornbread and Bean Dinner

Sunday, Oct. 21

• Canal Tours All Day

• Cornbread and Bean Dinner

Plenty of free parking

The Country Store and all vendors will be open daily throughout the 10 days. A guided Wabash and Erie Canal history tour of Montezuma will be held daily and throughout both weekends. Admission fee $3. Anyone who wishes to help with the history tour contact Diana Bartlow at 765-245-2728.

• Camping available at Reeder Park. Call Penny Cox 765-245-2045.

• A Chicken Noodle Dinner sponsored by the Montezuma Masonic Lodge 89 F&AM each Friday 4 to 8 p.m. at Community Center. For more information contact Les Scott at 765-245-2576.

• The Girls Softball organization will host their Annual Beans and Cornbread Dinner downtown. See the beans cooking in a huge cast iron kettle on an open fire.

• Montezuma Order of Eastern Star Chapter 537 will once again be selling their delicious hot crullers in the shack on Crawford Street.

• Craft Vendors are wanted. Anyone interested in setting up as a vendor should call Penny Cox 765-245-2045, Paul Bartlow 765-592-0821, Connie Uselman 765-245-2835

• For Country Store space call Penny Cox at 765-245-2045.

Car Show Information can be obtained from Eric Summers at 765-562-2728.

All events are subject to change

• Annual Zoomtown 5K Covered Bridge Run/Walk Third Saturday of May  Registration 7 a.m., race time 7:45 a.m.

• Montezuma Park Board 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament first Saturday of June at Aztec and Reeder Parks.

• “Montezuma Independence Day Celebration” July parade Line up at 5:15 p.m., parade at 6 p.m. Fireworks at Dusk

• Montezuma High School Alumni Homecoming third Saturday of September at The Montezuma Community Center.

• Zoom Town ATV Run fourth Saturday of Sept., 8 a.m. registration, ride begins at 10 a.m.

• “Pranks in the Park”  Reeder Park, Oct. 27, 2012, from 8 to 11 p.m.

• Annual Montezuma Christmas Celebration first Saturday of December Children’s Christmas Party at firehouse at 3:30 p.m. and downtown at 5 p.m.

• Visit the Town of Montezuma Website for registration forms and information at www.montezuma.in.gov/  or call 765-592-0829.

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