Halloween Carnival Planned At Sylva Rena Community Center
The Sylva Rena Community Center will host a Halloween carnival Saturday, October 29, from 6 to 9 p.m. A variety of refreshments will be available, including hamburg plates with hamburgers, chips, baked beans, and drinks. There will be a costume contest for all ages. Come and join the fun with cake walks, bingo and games. The raffle will be for two prizes, which include a $100 cash and a $50 Piggly Wiggly grocery card.
JA Host ‘Project Safe Kidz’
Everyone is invited to attend “Project Safe Kidz” on Saturday, October 22, from 3-5 p.m. in the Crawford Sports Complex Parking Lot. All children are welcome and it is absolutely free. There will be finger printing by the Water Valley Police Department (parents must be present during finger printing); Bouncy Houses; Trunk-or-Treating; Face Painting; and Snacks. This event is sponsored by Junior Auxiliary of Water Valley.
Weekend Activities At VFW Include Bingo And Dance
Weekend activities at VFW Post 4100, located at 11535 Hwy. 35, west of Water Valley, include bingo on Friday night and live music Saturday night. On Friday, bingo play starts at 7 p.m., with the doors opening at 6. Bobby Hood and Sandra Martin will take the stage Saturday at 8 p.m. and continue until midnight.
Pickin’ Shed Schedules Weekend Tunes
The Pickin’ Shed will host live music Friday night, October 21, at 7 p.m. The House Band and other local entertainers will provide the music. The action continues Saturday night, October 22, at 7 p.m. with karaoke. Singers are invited and welcome to take a turn with the microphone. A potluck meal is scheduled both nights at 6 p.m., so bring your favorite dish and come join in the fellowship. Donations accepted on Friday night and there is a $5 cover charge on Saturday night. Alcohol is prohibited.
Students Will Host Breast Cancer Awareness Day Saturday
Students in the Family Career Community Leaders of America, a Water Valley high school academic club, will sponsor a Breast Cancer Awareness Day in the City Park Saturday, October 22, from 11 a.m. until noon. Balloons will available for $1 to release to recognize those who have survived, fighting and have lost their lives to cancer.
Educational materials and refreshments will be provided.