Happy Halloween! I’m pretty sure the monster pumpkin will have been removed from the Café porch by the time the paper is printed. It was looking pretty sad last weekend.
But this weekend, we have the monthly Town Breakfast on Saturday morning from 8 – 10 a.m. It’s the best in morning fare (ham & eggs, pancakes, biscuits & gravy) that includes orange juice and bottomless coffee. Proceeds support town projects and veterans’ needs.
At the time of this writing, I do not know what the Menu is for Friday evening’s meal at the Café or next Tuesday’s Nutrition Lunch. Call Linda at (360) 295-0875 for Friday’s dinner and Jan at (360) 295-0597 for Tuesday’s lunch.
Burgers (beef, chicken or veggie) & Soup (homemade or home-style) at the Café are always available on Mondays from 4 – 6 p.m. Karaoke is on the calendar for this Monday. If coming from out-of-town, you might check on last minute cancellation: call the Café first at (360) 295-4005.
Speaking of music, it was great to see our sax player back at the last Saturday night Open Mic. He’s almost at the one-year mark since his lung transplant – what a success story!
It was great to see so many visitors in Town for the 9th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair last weekend. There were many beautiful and useful items for sale and I was able to do my gift shopping there. Thank you to participants and customers.
Meanwhile, “The Nest” (in the southwest corner of Community Hall) features a huge variety of Made in Ryderwood products year ‘round. Local wildlife artist, Dennie Simpson Matthews, will have a display of fine prints of some of her original paintings during the month of November.