Archive for May, 2015
Take a look at the Lovejoy’s ad for June 1-7.
Welcome to the Cookie, Cracker & Candy Carnival this week!
Check out all the great 10 for $10 items. Buy one or ten. They are all only $1 each. There are hundreds of 10 for $10 items in the store.
This week, there is also a 4 for $5 Sale going on. Mix and match items.
For more information on Lovejoy’s IGA, visit their web site HERE.
Remember, we hope you will shop locally and support locally owned businesses here in our community!
Click on each of the pages of the ad to enlarge them. When they show up on a separate page, click again to make the pages even bigger. You can also print them out and take them with you when you go shopping!
The Plain City Spring Chicken Flea Market will take place Saturday, May 30 from 10 am to 6 pm in Pastime Park. Admission is $3.00 per person. There will be tons of antiques, hand crafted items, and food at this event. Additionally, there will be a Silent Auction in the Youth Building until 4 pm.
The Flea Market is being hosted by The Red Rooster, a lovely vintage, antique, and gift store located at 133 North Chillicothe Street here in Plain City.
To find out more, like the Spring Chicken Flea Market Facebook page HERE.
This is a fundraiser for the Plain City Fireworks Fund, which is raising money for the annual fireworks in the village. You can learn more about how you can get involved or donate for the fireworks by going to the Facebook page HERE.
You can directly donate to the Fireworks on their GoFundMe site HERE.
Start your morning off right with Breakfast on the Farm on Saturday, June 6 from 8 am to 11 am at the Kramer Homestead (Yutzy Family Farm), 5835 Converse Huff Road in Plain City.
The breakfast is free, but you must register in advance if you plan to attend. Space is limited. Reserved tickets will be held at “Will Call” the day of the event.
Attendees can talk with local farmers and learn what is involved in food production. Made-to-order omelets will be served.
A kids’ scavenger hunt and farm animal visits will allow children to learn about farming.
Register by May 29 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 800-451-8908.
Donations will be accepted for the Animals for Life Foundation, a group focusing on educating society to treat all animals with dignity and respect and to embrace the quality they add to our lives.
Join the Plain City Historical Society at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 26 at 7 pm at 111 West Main Street in Plain City for Lincoln historian, John Ward, from Columbus.
Mr. Ward will be speaking and sharing Lincoln memorabilia.
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Like the Historical Society on Facebook HERE and keep up-to-date on all their activities.