Gearing up for fall events

By: 
NLJ Staff

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all is upon us and it’s nice to see things back in session; school, sports, Madness on Main, Shine & Show, and the Weston County Concert Association’s community concerts are all nearing. There will be plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy the fall weather, from football and cross country to a day of fun at Madness on Main this Saturday (see complete schedule on page 2). The Madness fun lasts all day and there will be so much to see, taste and partake in from a walk/run, bike races, dunk tank, pie eating and beard and mustache contests and so much more!  

Mark your calendars for Monday, Sept. 13 as Weston County Concert Association kicks off their five-concert series with Presidio Brass at Crouch Auditorium at 7 p.m.   

Presidio Brass is a brass quintet playing popular Broadway tunes that has performed in over 40 states. Tickets can be purchased at A-1 Agency, First State Bank and
Pinnacle Bank.  

Shine up those vintage cars and hot rods as the 15th annual Shine & Show and Fall Festival will be Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Dow Park. The event brings in cars and spectators from many states, and the Masons will be serving breakfast. 

Hats off to the many organizers who keep fun events going on all year long for this community.  With the summer events now in the books, the memories still linger of Warm Summer Nights, all-school reunion, fair, rally week, and the newly formed Battle of the Bands event, put on by the Weston County Arts Council and FOCUS. 

Newcastle and Weston County is
definitely the place to be this fall, so mark your calendars now and don’t miss a minute of the fun, sports, culture and hot rod action that will be happening soon.

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