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Today's Features

  • The Levy County Historical Society Inc. — a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting Levy County history for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations —was awarded a $1,000 grant by the Plum Creek Foundation.  Funds will be used to cover expenses for the Levy County Railroad Days event in March 2011.

  • Friday

    VFW dinner

    The VFW Post No. 5625, 1104 S. Main St., Chiefland, is hosting Friday Night Dinners from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    On the menu are spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread and dessert. The menu for July 30 will be baked ziti, salad, garlic bread and dessert.

    The club also serves sandwiches every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

    Saturday

    John Sikorski headlines    Haven Roadshow

  • A geocaching contest sponsored by Pure Water Wilderness has ninegeocaches in the area. Find them, complete the entry form at  www.PureWateWilderness.com, and answer the questions by 5 p.m, July 31, for a chance to win some nice prizes.

  • Help decode the mystery of life

       Bronson Road Church Vacation Bible School (VBS), begins Sunday, Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. with the theme "The Egypt File: Decoding the Mystery of Life. "

       Pre-K through 8th grade students are welcome to join this fabulous week in old Egypt, which will include a full supper, fun crafts, indoor/outdoor recreation and exploration in a Dig Pit. 

       VBS will continue each evening through Friday, when parents are invited to join in a Phantastic Phun Closing Program. 

  • The Suwannee Valley Players announce the upcoming opening of the Summer Youth Production "Hammin' It Up", an evening of comedy entertainment featuring the youth of the Tri-County Area. "Hammin' It Up" is a full evening of one act plays. The first, "Twelve Angry Pigs" written by Wade Bradford is a spoof of the classic "Twelve Angry Men".

    Twelve pigs are gathered as the jury for the Big Bad Wolf who is on trial for destruction of property for blowing down the little pigs' houses; but is he guilty? Only the evidence can tell the truth.

  •    The Humane Society of Levy County, Inc. would like to invite all members and interested parties to its meeting on Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Dogan S. Cobb Municipal Building (former Bronson Town Hall), 660 E Hathaway Ave., Bronson.

        The Society's mission is to provide foster care, adoptions and/or the placement of rescued animals that are received from the local shelters. Donated funds will be used to facilitate the needed care, spay and neuter of rescued pets, and the future health and well being of these animals.

  • Hello, I am Tater, a rescued Lab.

     Tatar is a 10 - month old spayed female, Black mixed Labrador Retriever.

      Come meet Tater. she is full of love and play, very sweet girl, gets along with all other dogs and kids.

  • Valerie Smith and Liberty Pike are bringing their high-energy musical show to Cedar Key on Wednesday July 21st at 7 p.m. with a fund-raiser for the Cedar Key School arts program.

       Tickets are $10, with children 12 and under admitted free and will be available at the door at the CK School Auditorium

       The musicians were on their way to larger venues when local fans invited the band to make a stop in Cedar Key.  “We’re so excited to have such an acclaimed band play in our own back yard,” volunteer Marci Wilcox said.

  • Geocaching Contest ends July 31

    A geocaching contest sponsored by Pure Water Wilderness has  9 geocaches in the area. Find them, complete the entry form at  www.PureWateWilderness.com, and answer the questions by 5 p.m, July 31, for a chance to win some nice prizes.

    Today

    Karaoke at the Spirit

    of the Suwannee

  • Step out of your shell and into some fun at the Great American Cooter Festival in the historic city of Inverness. There will be crafts, fine art, entertainment, children’s activities, contests, pageants, Cooter (turtle) races, barbecue cook-off contest and much more.