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Today's Features

  • Weekends through Sunday, Nov. 1

    The Addams Family closes Sunday

    Yes, my friends, that creepy, kooky family, “The Addams Family, the Musical,” will be departing the Chief Theater in Chiefland on Sunday, Nov. 1 after a three-week run.

    It appears that Wednesday is grown up and has fallen in love. But, as Uncle Fester points out, there is a problem. She is keeping her engagement a secret. First she wants to introduce the young man and his family, the Beinkes to her family.

  • By Karen Sloat

    Special to the Citizen

    If you're anticipating a simple little play in the Suwannee Valley Players' latest, "The Addams Family, The Musical," the opening musical number will convince you that this is a complex production performed with precision.

    This is a well chosen and very talented cast with even the smallest children playing big roles alongside veteran actors. This is probably the most enthusiastic, confident cast I've ever seen.

  •    Daylight savings time comes to an end on Nov. 1, so while you change the time on your clocks, be aware that starting Nov. 1 and running until March 31, lawn and landscape irrigation shifts to once a week for residents and commercial entities within the Suwannee River Water Management District.

       This will affect Levy County residents in the Southwest Florida Water Management District as well. Both districts and the Levy County Commission agreed earlier this year that SRWMD would set uniform conservation measures for the entire county.  

  • The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Oct. 22 at the Levy County Quilt Museum. Evelyn has finished another small quilt or wall hanging of tigers. They seem to want to jump off the fabric at you.

         Several people brought in donations of fabric and other items. We are so thankful that you thought of us. These donations are often used to make items for sale at the Museum. Thanks again.

  • For all the ghosts and goullies looking for fun on Halloween, we present our comprehensive list of events:

    Today, Oct. 29

    Costume contest at Suncoast

    There will be a costume contest at Suncoast Credit Union on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. Registration opens at 5:30 p.m. Eligible age groups are: birth to 3 years old, 4-8 years old, and 9-12 years old.

     

    Through Oct. 31

    Otter Springs Nightly Screams

  • Yes, my friends, that creepy, kooky family will take over the Chief Theater in Chiefland through Nov. 1.

    It appears that Wednesday is grown up and has fallen in love. But, as Uncle Fester points out, there is a problem. She is keeping her engagement a secret. First she wants to introduce the young man and his family, the Beinkes to her family.

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, children are four times more likely to be in fatal pedestrian accidents on Halloween than any other night. To ensure everyone has a safe Halloween, Levy County Department of Public Safety (LCDPS) recommends following these guidelines;

     •Watch for children walking on roadways, medians, and curbs.

     •Watch for children dressed in dark clothing.

     •Avoid using distracting devices while driving (electronics and other devices).

  • Spaghetti dinner at Chiefland UMC

    The United Methodist Men's Spaghetti Dinner is Friday, Oct. 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 707 North Main St, Chiefland

    The suggested donation is $8 per adult or take-out meal. Children 10 and under dine in for free.

    Groves Family at Full Gospel

    Full Gospel Outreach Church of Chiefland invites everyone to a Sunday  evening Gospel Sing with "The Groves Family" from Kissimmee.  The Sing will begin at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25.

  • Weekends through Sunday, Nov. 1

    The Addams Family takes ove

     Chief Theater

    Yes, my friends, that creepy, kooky family will take over the Chief Theater in Chiefland from Oct, 16 to Nov. 1.

    It appears that Wednesday is grown up and has fallen in love. But, as Uncle Fester points out, there is a problem. She is keeping her engagement a secret. First she wants to introduce the young man and his family, the Beinkes to her family.

  •    Haven Hospice hosted its annual fundraising event at the Putnam Lodge in Cross City on Saturday. Over $30,000 was raised in sponsorships alone, not including ticket sales and silent auction sales. Over 250 people attended the event, said Stephanie Brod, events coordinator for Haven Hospice.