Lincoln Pond Fishing Tournament | Elizabethtown Column

If you are traveling for the 4th of July holiday, whether it’s just to a nearby town for a picnic and fireworks or a distance to be with friends and family. Please have a safe fun weekend. Remember, after that awesome holiday picnic, all those cans and bottles can be taken to Rapid Returns on Water Street. Donate them to your favorite organization. There’s so many from the ELCS 5th Grade, Elizabethtown Fish and Game to the Elizabethtown Thrift Shop. Just stop in, talk with Tim, he can help you make a choice. An alternative is to set up your own account or just cash in, but please recycle, don’t just add them the dump.

The Elizabethtown Social Center is offering a new class. Ellen DuBois, Adirondack Active Yoga instructor, who is a YogaFit Level II and a ACE Certified Personal Trainer will begin classes on Tuesday, July 8 at 9:30 a.m. and again on Thursday, July 10 at 4:30 p.m. These classes will continue throughout the summer. These classes are a great opportunity for the beginner to learn poses safely, enhancing the mind-body connection.

Classes are also for those experienced in yoga to reconnect. For more information or to register for the classes, call 873-6408.

On the mainstage at the Depot Theatre beginning Friday, July 11 continuing each weekend throughout July is a fantastic performance titled “My Way; A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra.” Created by David Grapes and Todd Olson, based on Todd Olson’s book. For exact times and dates call 962-4449 or visit their website at depottheatre.org.

Each opening night, a reception will be held to meet the cast and crew, providing an opportunity to get to know them.

I sure hope everyone signed-up early for the Annual Lincoln Pond Fishing Tournament on Sunday, July 13 beginning at 6 a.m. This fabulous fun-filled fishing day for the whole family is sponsored by the Elizabethtown Fish and Game, to register call Angie at 873-3277, the cost $20.00. There will be many prizes, a 50/50 raffle, along with the fun of catching Bass, Pike, Perch and many other game fish.

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