I'm here to tell you the Town was jumping last weekend during the Garage Sales. I heard they ran out of those special "Mariners" hot dogs on Friday and had to go buy more for Saturday. These Sales happen twice a year, the last full weekends of April and August, always on Friday and Saturday. And if you happen to see any of our lost signs, there is a phone number on the back for their return.
The month of May gets off to a great start with the Veterans' Town Breakfast this Saturday the 2nd from 8 to 10 a.m. The selection and quality can't be beat whether you want ham (or sausage) & eggs, biscuits and gravy, pancakes or any combination of the above. The meals always include orange juice and bottomless coffee. It's definitely worth the drive out to the end of the road.
The biggest thing on our plate is the upcoming Arts & Crafts Fair on May 15 & 16. It promises to be the biggest one yet! Vendors will be in Pioneer Hall (along with the Quilt Display) in addition to the two large rooms and lunch will be served at the Café.
As usual, delicious burgers (beef, chicken and veggie) and home-made soups will be served at the Café on Monday from 4 to 6 p.m. It's worth noting that the prices have not changed even though the cost of the beef burgers has nearly doubled in recent years. This week has Karaoke at 6:30 p.m., which has a great turn-out every other Monday.
I don't have the menus for Friday's dinner at the Café or Tuesday's Senior Nutrition lunch, but we know they will be good and that I'll be there. As long as someone else is doing the cooking, I'll help with the eating part. Call me at (360) 295-3813 or Jan at (360) 295-0597 to make or break reservations for Senior Nutrition and call Linda at (360) 295-0875 for Café dinner tickets.