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July, starting with an 8 a.m. blueberry pancake breakfast. Admission and parking at the McKenzie River Lions Club sponsored family event is free. Day long entertainment includes demonstrations by community


groups and agencies. A longtime favorite, the Smilin’ Baby Contest kicks off at 11 a.m. on center stage. Babies (up to 30 months old) must be registered for the event by parents or guardians. There’s also an assortment of craft booths. A varied food and drink menu is available, ranging from Bar-B- Que chicken to garden burgers to hot dogs. Dogs of another kind are welcome as well during the Pet Parade,


trick demonstrations and the always wet competition for a canine “Best Kisser.”


SEPTEMBER


McKenzie Arts Festival The Arts Festival features the work of many other local artists on Labor Day Weekend. Call 541-822-1039 for updates. The event showcases the work of potters and glass artists, as well as


garden art, basketry, photography, jewelry, paintings, and fiber art. Some offer attendees hands-on sessions in making pottery or other craft items for a community arts project. Walterville Fair The annual Walterville Community Fair is held on the second Saturday in September. Starting at 7 a.m., exhibitors and vendors set up at the George Mil- lican Community Hall at 39259 Camp Creek Road. The fair officially starts with the Boy Scout flag raising ceremony


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at 9 a.m. Judging will begin an hour later, when parade entries start staging at the Walterville fire station. Hungry fairgoers are fed by the Grange Women’s Association mem-


bers, who serve lunch from 11 am through 1 pm. Kids games and a carousel are up and running after lunch. Other activities include blue grass music and a late afternoon chick- en dinner followed by a drawing for door prizes.


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