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Horicon Day offers more activities than ever

Local youngsters delve into cream-filled creations in a pie eating contest at Horicon Day 2011.

Local youngsters delve into cream-filled creations in a pie eating contest at Horicon Day 2011. Photo by Thom Randall.

— A softball game pitting middle-aged and senior citizens against local students is set for 4:30 p.m. on the town recreation field.

A spaghetti dinner is available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., with snack food available all day.

Country blues/rock music by is to be performed live by the renowned Steven L. Smith Band beginning at 7 p.m.. Smith has performed alongside several of Nashville’s most prominent stars.

A fireworks show caps off the day at about 9 p.m., event publicist Margaret Holmes said.

‘“This year’s Horicon Day promises to be bigger than ever,” she said. “The citizens of Horicon are very proud of their town’s past, present and future.”

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