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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 17, 1985, Image 9

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Victorian Picnic Sunday In DeWitt The Erie Canal Museum will host two croquet tournaments July 21 at its Canal Center in the Erie Canal State Park in DeWitt as part of a daylong Vic­ torian picnic and craft festival I he first of the two tourna­ ments will be a celebrity match \\featuring local media per­ sonalities, sports figures and community leaders The celeb­ rity match will precede the* Canallers Croquet Tournament, and local individuals and corpo­ rations are invited to register as one of six teams for thisloo*rney There will be a registration fee with proceeds to benefit the museum Grand prize for The Canallers Croquet Tournament is a ca­ tered cocktail reception on The 'Nola.\ a Victorian-era steam­ boat. A trophy will be awarded to the winner of the celebrity match The croquet tournaments will highlight games, demonstra­ tions, performances and craft sales from 10 am to 5 p.m. July 21 The day-long program is being sponsored by the Erie Canal Museum in conjunction with the Canal «Bas=n of Fayetteville. Ad­ mission to the picnic grounds and most activities is free, as is Dark in J ? which is available at the picnic area off of Cedar Bay Rd across the canal from Canal Center For croquet tournament re­ gistration and information, call Sara Feldbauer at the Erie Canal Museum 471-0593 Group Will Tour Homes In Pompey Historian Sylvia Shoebridge will guide members of the Pom­ pey Historical Society and in­ terested guests through three early Pompey homes once owned by the Jerome family at the group's July 17 meeting. The structures represent three eras with many architec­ tural details in their original forms Research sheets will be available. Refreshments will be served following the tour, which begins at 7 p.m^ Those joining in the outing may want to bnng along a chair. Used Book Sale In Cazenovia Tour participants should take Rt. 91 south from Pompey to Jerome Rd . where there will be a Pompey Historical Society sign The group's August meeting m\\ be a day-trip by bus to the Genesee County Village and Museum in Mumford August 17 Reservations are due by August 1 To sign up, contact Ruth Hot- aling, 4228 Gates Rd.\ James- vine 13078. The fee covers bus fare and cost of admission to the museum. The annual used book sale for the benefit of the Cazenovia Lib- will be held at the library on Albany St from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 27 and 28. Each year the sale has grown in scope, and this year it will be held both in the library barn and on the lawn under a tent Rain or shine, book lovers may browse in comfort among the thousands of volumes in almost every cat­ egory. The Computer Learning Clinic Offers a Summer Special Reading Program. • Individual Instruction • All levels - Call Us Today! A ^ 445-0245 =• LYNDON OFFICE PARK • BLDG. D 7000 EAST GENESEE ST., FAYETTEVILLE JAY'S • Complete Line of New & Used Cars and Trucks • Complete Service & Body Shop • Complete Line of RV's & Conversion Vans Route 5 Fayetteville 637-3191 tt Celebrate National Ice Cream Month with a free Syracuse Symphony wind quintet performance at Manllus Library at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 22. Co-presented by the Syracuse Symphony and the Onondaga Public Library, the performance is part of the 18 concert Summer Music Cooler series at local public libraries* Quintet mem­ bers are, from left: Philip MacArthur, oboe; John Oberbrunner, flute; Gregory Quick, bassoon; Gerald Zampino, clarinet, and Robert Hagreen, horn. Free ice cream will be served one-half hour before the concert's start courtesy of Marble Farms. Concertgoers are invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets. In the event of rain, the concert will be held In the Village Centre. Art Guild To Hold Annual Show CO m m The Skaneateles Art Guild will hold its 13th annual sum­ mer art show at the Crown Mill on North St. Marcellus, Satur­ day and Sunday. July 20 and 21 Forty-five artists and craftsmen will display their original work from 11am to 5 p m each day The show has been held in Thayer Park in Skaneateles in the past. The Guild is a non-profit or­ ganization working to present demonstrations, workshops and critiques by well-known artists. Each year, the guild awards a scholarship to a graduating art student from the Marcellus and Skaneateles School districts. The summer art show sup­ ports guild programs and the scholarship fund. Thanks to you ... It works ... tor AUL OF US \WE'VE GOT THIS ELECTRIFYING TOUCH. Now at Excalibur... Make-Up Color Analysis. Why Color Analysis ? -Individual skin undertonedetermines which ]\roup of colors are most ilatteiin>\. It is an investment in yourself which is repaid in savings on 1j| wardrobe and make-up. (Look for the complete story of Excalibur Color Analysis in next week's edition.) * hree Mako-Up Classes. Call today for our special introductory rate. 637-4456 HAIR DESIGN 108 BROOKLEA DRIVE, FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y.

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