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(Editor’s Note: The Times’ apologies – in last week’s edition, we erroneously stated that “The Dixie Swim Club” would be presented in only three performances, each of those being last week. That was incorrect. The play actually has three performances remaining this week.) Carriage House Players’ production “The Dixie Swim Club” has three performances remaining this week – the play will be staged Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 7,
Kailey Osborne, Sara Clark, Hannah Giffin, Erin Bradford and Libby Peery prepare for the upcoming production of Disney’s Aladdin, Jr., produced by Fayetteville Middle School. The production will be May 11 and 12 at 6:30 p.m. and on May 13 for local schools in the FMS gymnasium. For more information, contact FMS at 438-2533.
“We had a really great show last night,” said co-host Taylor Hoch in regards to Thursday evening’s open mic show at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center. “Turnout has been low since the advent of this beautiful weather, but we had a good roster of musicians and songwriters last night. We got to enjoy a bunch of original songs and lots of excellent musicianship.” Co-host Taylor Hoch opened the show with
A commodity distribution by South Central Human Resources Agency will be held Thursday, May 7, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds. The Lincoln County Republican Party will meet Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m. at the Fayetteville Municipal Building auditorium. Everyone is invited. For more information, call Martha Craig at 937-0138 or 675-1835. The Southern Alliance Spay Neuter Clinic Yard Sale was rescheduled
Boonshill Class of 1955 will observe its 60th anniversary on Saturday, May 16, at 4 p.m. at Shoney’s Restaurant in Fayetteville. Widows of five deceased classmates – Jack Mitchell, Bud Thorpe, Jimmy Cunningham, Terry Watson and David Burgess – are most welcome to attend. When this class began in 1951, there were 27 members; 13 of them graduated. The other 14 either moved out of the area, transferred to another
Proceeds from St. Anthony Catholic Church’s fun-filled Hispanic Festival on Sunday, May 17, will benefit the church building fund. “We want to encourage everyone to come out and enjoy themselves,” said Pat Bronner, member in charge of publicity. There will be authentic, traditional Hispanic foods, including tamales, enchiladas, tacos and more from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Mexican folk dances will be demonstrated, a Mexican Band will play music and