BPL hosts programs for 50th Anniversary
Burns Public Library will have craft days for all ages from 5-6 p.m. on Mondays.
Reading time up through 8th grade from 10:30-11 a.m. on Fridays through July 19.
Come in for more info or call 620-726-5717.
Museum Immigrant House holds exhibit
Come to the Mennonite Heritage & Agricultural Museum Immigrant House in Goessel, to see what happening in the Goessel Art World.
This event will run till Saturday, July 6.
Ruth Goertzen is exhibiting 18 of her quilted fabric works of art. Carol Eck enjoys nature in her watercolor paintings. Darlene Schroeder also has many watercolor paintings with many different subjects. Fern Bartel has acrylic painting and photography prints.
You are invited to the museum during regular summer hours 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.on Tuesday through Saturday. Regular admission does apply for non-members.
Relay for Life to meet in Hillsboro
Relay For Life of Marion County will be meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9 at the Hillsboro Chamber office at 110 N. Main.
It is only 6 short weeks until the August 24 event. To ensure receipt of an event shirt prior to the event, your first $100 of donations must be turned in by July 12.
For business sponsors at $500 and above to be represented on the event shirt, donations must be received by July 8.
For questions, contact Debbie Conner at 620-381-1405, email@example.com, or Lena Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peabody 4th of July Festival on Thursday
The annual Peabody 4th of July Festival with activities for all ages all day long and the best fireworks show on Earth featuring the famous “Battle of New Orleans!”
Buttons are just $3. Kids 3 and under are free!
See their facebook page for specific details and times.
Swim team results are available on website
The three Marion County swim teams competed this past weekend.
Peabody came in second of four teams in their meet at Hesston.
Hillsboro and Marion competed at the Lindsborg meet. Hillsboro took second and Marion took fourth out of four teams.
The full results are available on the Free Press website at www.hillsborofreepress.com