Bolton Bulletin 10-2-10

All those who enjoy a culinary adventure and good socializing are urged to join the crowd under the big tent at Pumpernickel's. Participants will undoubtedly enjoy both German and rock music, a wide array of freshly prepared traditional German food and of course, German beer! Live entertainment is to be provided by John Herzog Band, and Tony's Polka Band in repeated performances over three days - and on Sunday, the one-and-only Stony Creek Band will play a featured set. Fest hours are as follows: Friday, 4 to 11 p.m.; Saturday, 1 to 11 p.m.; and Sunday, 2 to 10 p.m.

Fire department raffle winners announced

The winners of the Bolton Fire Department Auxiliary raffle have been announced. Sandy Anthony received a $100 gift certificate to local restaurants. Hal Hausner won an iPod Touch and Alan van Auken is the lucky recipient of a Dell Laptop computer.

Graveyard to come to life

Luminaries in local history will be brought back to life this weekend as the Bolton Historical Society holds a Cemetery Walk Oct. 2, from 3 to 5 p.m. as a fundraiser. For a $20 admission charge, area residents and visitors will meet some ghostly personalities of years past re-enacted by Henry Caldwell, Jane Gabriels, Bill Gates and Meredith McComb. Folks are to meet at the Huddle Cemetery located at the intersection of State Route 9N and Homer Point Road.

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