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Presbyterian Church slates sale

The First Presbyterian Church of Warrensburg is holding one of their enticing annual sales this next week.

To be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday July 9, it's a bake and craft sale, featuring their famous pies, household goods, and gift items.

Craft supplies offered include beads, buttons, yarn, and material; and these items are alongside books, "Trash and Treasure" items, silk flowers and Gift Items. Also for sale will be maple syrup, scenic photos of the Adirondacks by Stan Cranker, notecards - all served up with "Friendship Coffee" and tea. The church is located at 2 Stewart Farrar St. in Warrensburg. For details, call 623-2199.

Church's golf event approaches

St. Cecilia's Catholic Community will hold its annual golf outing Aug. 14 at Cronin's Golf Course, and reservations are now being accepted for the event.

The event features a shotgun start at 1 p.m.. The fee, $95 per person, includes golf and cart, hot dog lunch, prizes, awards and steak dinner. For registration, contact Tim Morrison at 623-9461.

Mt. music slated

The annual series of outdoor summer concerts in Thurman have always featured talented performers - primarily offering up mountain music. This year is no exception. The series starts out at 7 p.m. Monday, July 4, with Smokey Greene, well-renowned singer in upstate New York, with his brand of traditional country stylings. This first concert of the season is followed by a fireworks show.

On July 11, Vintage Country performs songs primarily from the 1950s and 1960s.

The free concerts are presented on Mondays through July and August in Veterans Park in Athol Food will be available. All are urged to bring chairs or a blanket. For details, call 623-9649.

Arts & Crafts fair

For more than 30 years, the second week in July brings dozens of talented artisans - and thousands of visitors - to Warrensburg for the town's annual Arts & Crafts Festival.

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