Whats happening in Stonyford? Museum opens Pyrex/Corningware display
By Linda Trombley
For Tri-County Newspapers
The Stonyford Museum has its Pyrex and Corningware display ready to view.
It will be on display now through July. The museum is open from 1-4 p.m. on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. Stop in and have a look. There will probably be some of your most favorite kitchen items, and a few that you've never seen before.
On Sunday, the Community Church has a guest speaker, coach Bob Moore. He's the assistant pastor at the Open Gate Church in Willows. Everyone is welcome to come and hear his message. Service starts at 10:15 a.m.
Tuesday's dinner at the Grange this week is minestrone soup, homemade by Debbie A., with homemade bread rolls from Linda T. and a desert. Dessert may be pineapple upside-down cake if you get there early enough. Check it out, still only $6.
Also, we tend to play a little cribbage in between customers. Chuck is the reigning champ, challenge him to a game.
Stonyford Rodeo is Saturday and Sunday, May 5-6.
Pre-sale tickets are available, call 963-3255. Pre-sale price is $10 for adults and $6 for children. Tickets at the gate will be $14.
There will be camping available at the rodeo grounds behind the arena.
There will be barrel racing Friday night, May 4; admission is free.
The Indian Valley Fire Department will be serving breakfast both days at the Fire Hall, serving sausage, eggs, and pancakes from 7-10 a.m.
The parade starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday, going from the bridge at the north end of town to the rodeo grounds. We always have a nice variety of entries from all over the area.
Rodeo Sunday, 10 a.m., the Community Church will have a concert on the church lawn. Cindy Witt is a rodeo gal from Clements.
Just a reminder, it's spring clean-up time. The Stonyford landfill is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. It's on Lodoga Stonyford Road, just south of town. You can take your yard trimmings or your household waste there.
Washers and dryers are no charge, refrigerators are $10. They cannot accept TVs, tires, or hazmat materials.