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The works of Chestertown photographer Bob McDermott of Chestertown are to be on display through February at Willows Bistro, 3749 Main St. in Warrensburg.

The works of Chestertown photographer Bob McDermott of Chestertown are to be on display through February at Willows Bistro, 3749 Main St. in Warrensburg. Photo provided

Presbyterians slate Mardi Gras

The First Presbyterian Church of Warrensburg is again holding its annual festive Mardi Gras party, set this year for Feb. 12.

Scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m., the event features a pancake and sausage supper as well as games and fun for children, teenagers and adults.

The dinner and the festivities are free. All are welcome. The church is located at 2 Stewart Farrar St., across the street from the Warrensburg Stewart’s Shop. Those with questions are invited to call 623-2723 evenings.

Chamber Open House next week

The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce’s open house at their new headquarters at 3728 Main St. is scheduled for 3 to 5 p.m. Jan. 27.

During the event, town board member Linda Baker Marcella, who heads up the town Economic Development Committee, is to give an overview of the town’s development prospects. All are welcome to attend. The Chamber’s offices are located across Main St. from Miller Art & Frame.

Local mustache contest set

Men of Warrensburg are invited to start growing their mustaches, since the Warrensburg Bicentennial planning committee has scheduled mustache judging on July 4, known this year as “Warrensburg Day.” The multi-faceted event celebrates the town and county’s joint Bicentennial. A variety of events are planned to celebrate the occasion.

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