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Page 4 CLINI2H VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September • :~ 20, 2012 Coming SOON: the Green Hill Medieval | Faire at Roanoke County's Green Hill Park Sponsored by Roanoke County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, media support by Fox 21/27, and held in cooperation with Medieval Fantasies Company Experience the adventure, A tour of Virginia's talent pageantry, magic and romance will be on display as new this ance for the younger lads and lassies as the relevance of this of' the medieval times at year are Saturday-only Fencing time period in history is often Roanoke County's Green HillDemonstrations from the Kirk included in SOL testing. Also Park. On Saturday September 29 Family YMCA in Roanoke, scouting badges and patches are from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday Belly Dancing and exciting Fire available for Scouts of all ages September 30 from 10 am to 5 Dancing performances by the who attendthe Faire. pm ye can revisit history made Rhythm Fire Dance troupe from Are you a college student in reality. Throughout the dayFloyd, a Falconer from Franklin the area? Does your school reign smell the luscious aromas of County, and Scottish Dancers supreme? If so, be sure to treats, experience music and performing on Sunday-only participate in the College Clan merriment, colorful dancers, from Montpelier, VA. Returning Competition and check in Sun- ladies, knights, and the sounds of haunting bagpipes drifting over the Blue Ridge Mountains. Attend the Faire dressed in medieval garb and receive FREE admission; otherwise entry is $5 cash-only at the gate, and those under 5 are free. to the Faire is another local day, September 30 at 3:30. The favorite the Roanoke Sword school with the largest number Guild• of students in garb reflecting Additionally, this year the their school colors reigns su- Masquerade Ball will be held on preme! both days! Dre s for the bait" For more details about the ye so s!re for on Saturday be- Green Hill Medieval Faire visit ginning at'4:30 pm and Sunday www.RoanokeCountvParks.com -ItALEY MAPL1E The Highland Games will re-beginning at 3:30 pm the wwwf. acebook.com/GreenHillM ,., "; turn on Saturday September 29. Masquerade Ball will begin with edievalFaire, ar l eaoer at me d. rreo ^ w^n ....... _ . Ye u t want to mtss me Her Majesty's Royal Pageant. valfantasiesco, com I I( UEST,..CHS graduate and magician, Joseph Matthews Library. Her incredible feats of agility and Attention Students! The = iYoung, is shown teaching After School participant parents read over 50 strength performed by these Green Hill Medieval Faire and Learn & Play Line at (540) 387- :?Casey Rose a magic trick. Young was the special guest books to her. talented athletes! Highland Games is of import- 6455. On Sept. 10 at thelfirst day of the 2012-2013 After • • • School ProgranL During the program the participants MOVIC night in Darltc enjoyed a number of magic tricks performed by Family Movie Night will be be available for everybody, i, ["l Young. During the second half of the event participants learned how to perform math tricks, rope featured at the Dante Com- The show is going to be i munity Center on Saturday, outdoors, so please bring your tricks, card tricks and tricks using illusion. September 22 at 7:45 p.m. lawn chairs and blankets for this C-HS After School Program Free popcorn and drinks will specialevent. " BROCCOLI CHEESE CASSEROLE ' Castlewood High School is and more' On Tuesday's patti- Special event at Castlewood CASS RO, 1 lb. hamburger, browned • " 1 pkg. frozen cauliflower 3 ½ cup egg noodles ..... excited to announce the REACH cipants will enjoy one of Mrs. forYour Future program, now in Burke's Science labs including Elementary School Sept. 20 pkg. frozenbrusselsproUtSpkg, frozen broccoli, soupl0 oz. can cream ofchickenor cream ofpotato soup • its fourth and final year. The Mentos experiments and glitter Castlewood Elementary There will be a hotdog chopped , ¾ cup cubed Velveeta cheese : :program consists of before and play dough. On Monday, Wed- School will host an "Afternoon supper followed by the 8 oz. jar Cheez Whiz ½ cup milk i : after school activities as well as nesday and Thursdays, students Social" at the school in the gym Dedication of Landscape for 1 can mushroom soup ½ cup crushed potato chips a summer school program. The are preparing for a Mystery foyer from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Learning Playgroundand Put cauliflower, brussel spro- Brown hamburger. Cook egg Lwogram is funded through a 21st Dinner Theatre with the per- Thursday, September 20. Memorial Garden. uts, broccoli in a casserole dish. noodles. Mix together hambur- :. Century Community Learning formance planned for early Dec- Center grant. Students are not ember. Regular attendees will be lr x 1" . o , Add cheese and mushroom soup. ger, noodles, soup, cheese and required to attend all days, how- invited to go on a field trip to Lay s raaroware L;enter Ior me and bake 30 minutes atmilk. Cover and bake 350° for -ever, strongly encouraged to Kim's Crazy Corn Maize in 1 p kle chips on top. Bake 5 minutes {tttend Monday through Thurs- October. Special guest Charlie Art to have specia rogram 40 minutes. Uncover and sprin- ! day. Eagle will visit the program on S CORNFLAKE AND longer. Lay s Hardware Center for p.m. Admission is $5. The OATMEAL COOKIES The focusoftheAfterSchool September 27 for storytelling the Arts will have a special Crooked Road Caf6 willbe l o ½ cu brown su. ar APPLE ALMOND CHICKEN ; tctivities will be remediation, and music, program the first Saturday in •pear i - • ½ cup granulated sugar 1 cup mayonnaise enrichment, academics (focus on Encourage your son or dau- October Lay's Hardware Center for ½ cu shortenin 4 cups diced cooked chicken • p g • " ;TEM-Science, Technology, En- ghter to take advantage of this CD Release Show - Reeds the Arts at 409 East Front Street 1 e 1 ½ cups diced red delicious • gineering and Math); career opportunity to stay after school • • • • gg Valley Recordmg ..... Artists Meganm downtown Coeburn a 1 tsp. vanilla apples opportunities and health related and be involved in fun but Clay & Charlle Engle with spec- 501©3 organ!zatlon dedicated to 1 cup flour 2/3 cup sliced or chopped topics, In addition, area busi- educational activities. A snack ial guest Tyler Hughes; will the preservauon and promotion' o " ½ ts. bakln., soda almonds nesses have partnered with the and transportation is provided perform on Saturday, October 6 of traditional Appalachian music ¼ tsp. salt 1 tbsp. poultry seasoning school in this effort, and they daily. Students are given a snack at 6130 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 in a family friendly environment. 1 cup crushed cornflakes1 tsp. onion powder 'will be assisting throUghout the each afternoon. Applications and 1 cup oatmeal 1 cup shredded Mozzarella year. a calendar of events are available g St Gap • Planned activities for the at Castlewood High School for B 1 one area pets are Cream together brown sugar, cheese sugar, shortening, egg and van- Combine mayonnaise, poul- months of September and Oct- all CHS students grades 8-12. nc w -n o..., ilia. Add flour, soda, salt, corn- try seasoning and onion powder eber mclude weight hftmg on if school is dismissed early ,,., v "flakes and oatmeal. Put heaping in a bowl and mix well. Add the ' Tuesday and Wednesdays, Art on for any reason or if school is Fuzzy Critters, Big Stone Petfinder.com was created in teaspoonful of mixture on greas- remaining ingredients and mix i Monday and Wednesday, Craft- cancelled, there will be NO Gap has joined other animalearly 1996 as a grassroots pro- ed cookie sheet. Bake at 350° for well. For creamier chicken salad, ing and Gaming on Monday, REACH activities for that day. If : welfare organizations in the area jeer by Jared and Betsy Saul to approximately 10 minutes, add a little more mayonnaise. i Tuesday and ThursdayS, and a school is on a delayed schedule, that list their homeless pets on end the euthanasia of adoptable Cover the bowl and place in Pint•rest Party each Thursday the morning REACH programPetfinder.com, the oldest and lar- pets. Since its inception, the site BEEF AND NOODLE refrigerator. i which includes crafting, cooking will not meet. gest database of adoptable ani- has facilitated approximately 20 !Lays Hardware Center for the mils on the interact. The site million adoptions, making it the H-lee•rain,, ..............---- I A e , currently has over 359,000most life-saving initiative in "" :l¢t:l mmm.Tj w utl,.l,wAm: homeless pets listed, and it is animal welfare. :-- ..1 ..4. rts announces schedul updated continuously. Sponsors includeTheAnimal x . ,VIV I • " " ° : Coming up at Lays Hardware September 21: South Mou- More than 13,700 animal Rescue Site, BISSELL Home- (-nh. __11.. i 0]"0 8 0|tY ! Center for the Arts. located at ntain Boys with the Center Stage welfare organizations in the care, Inc., a manufacturer of ....xxUl-ldIl Ol Lllg3 |]dhJJ i i 409 Front Street in downtown Cloggers U.S., Canada, and other coun- home cleaning and floor care Most Hi"h God °° M°vieH°tline2?6"6 " 2 2 " '. Coeburn: September 28: Scott County tries post their pets to the site. products, PETCO, a national pet Located in Downtown Norton, VA == Every Thursday night, Jam Boys Fuzzy Critters pets may besupply retailer that sponsors in- A Homecoming Revival will • flortoflc[flerna.eom • Sessions, 6:30-10:30 (doors Lays Hardware Center forviewed at store adoptions and provides be held Monday, September 24 ,] ,,,, ,- -,, f, f • i open at 6:00). No charge for the Arts is a nonprofit organ- http://www.petflnder.com/shelter coupon books for new adopters, through Friday, September 28 at . ....... ...... . ............ i a .ission. Open to musicians ization dedicated to the preser ..... • and spectators, ration of Appalachian culture, s/VA63 l.html. PetFirst Healthcare, the exclus- the Church of Most H gh God m A otentml a r n r 1 St Paul with Brother Donald " -- ' Every Friday night, LiveWe offer great entertainment in a -- p " dopte e te s "re pet insurance provider for • . ' . . • FINDING NEMO 3D G Hardmg and family Specml ,bluegrass, 7:00' pro, $5/adults, smoke-flee, alcohol-flee family search criteria for the kind of pet Petfmder.com, Merial, maker of :. .... * DALLY: 4:45 •/:0O • 9:15 ~m~m~ wm v~ u,, ,_.~F~,,,u~. ~o ~ SAT-SUN: 12:15 • 2:30 • 4:45 $1/children 6-12, under 6 ad- atmosphere, he or she wants, and a list is the number one veterinary-re- with Blood Bought. Services • 7:00.9:15PM RESIDENT EVIL RETRIBUTION 3D R DALLY: 5:00 • 7:15 • 10:00 SAT-SUN: 12:30 • 2:45 • 5:00 7:15 • 10:00 PM DREDD 3D R ) J DALLY: 4:30 • 7:15 • 9:30 PM SAT-SUN: 12:15 • 2:30 " 4:30 7:15 • 9:30 PM begin at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Everyone is welcome. • Gospel singing Layne's Friendship House • located on Quarry Road in * Castlewood is having a Gospel * Singing every Friday night at 7 • p.m. There will be preaching "I every third Friday at 7 p.m. The • guest speaker for Friday, • September 21 is Rev. Danny. " Crawford. • Everyone is invited. For more *. information call Paul Kent at . 276-275-1181. THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN PG DALLY: 4:30 PM mitt•d free. Contact: Loretta Mays at September 7: Bluegrass Fay- 276.395.3323 office, • rites 276.219.5719 cell September 14: Hollow Gro- Imays@townofcoebum.com or und www.townofcoeburn.com returned that ranks the pets in commended flea and tick pre- proximity to the Zip code enter- ventative, FRONTLINE®, and ed. Adoptions are handled by the heartworm preventative, HEA- animal placement group where RTGARD ® And HomeAgain, a the pet is housed, and each group microchip and pet recovery has its own policies, service. or anytime by appointment Contact uch 71 '~~ ~¢.. 96 +/- acres - Oungan.non, Vnrsnnia Route 683 (Inthep,nes C,rcle) Auction: Wed., Sept. 26th at 12 noon on site Previews: Walk property at your leisure or by appt. MO~l~U~c Vz~w F~~ Tra©t 1:35 +I- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-49 Tract 2:40 +l- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-47 Tract 3:21 +I- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-45 Tract 4:1.5 +1- acres-Tax Map # 30-A-44 If Tracts 2 and 3 are sold separately, Tract 2 will be sold subject to a 20' easement from Rt 683, and Tract 3 will be sold together wl that easement. sed Va!ue, S eZ,=O0.O0 2,000+/- feet of road frontageI Ph: (540) 344-6160 www.walker-inc.com Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc. VAAF# 549 ATTACK ASTHMA• ACT NOW. • ,:p:-~:?3?,~?2- . . . ~, .." LIKE A FISH WITHOUT WATER. • II LAWLESS R DAILY: 7:30 • 10:00 PM SAT-SUN: 12:45 • 7:30 • 10:00 PM TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE PG-13 DAILY: 4:45 • 7:15 • 9:45 PM SAT-SUN: 12:00 • 2:30 • 4:45 7:15 • 9:45 PM THE POSSESSION PO-13 ) DALLY: 5:00 • 7:30 • 9:45 PM SAT-SUN: 12:45 • 2:45 • 5:00 7:30 • 9:45 PM HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET PG-13 DAILY: 4:30 • 7:00 • 9:15 PM SAT-SUN: 12:00 • 2:15 - 4:30 7:00 • 9:15 PM THE CAMPAIGN R DAILY: 9:30 PM SAT-SUN: 12:00 • 9:30 PM "[ )" . i 1. • DAILY: 4:45 • 7:15 PM • • SAT-SUN: 2:30 • 4:45 • 7:15 PM I--~ 1 • DALLY: 5:00 • 7:30 • 10:00 PM • • SAT-SUN: 12:15 • 2:45 • 5:00 ; • 7:30 • 10:00 PM • OO••~OOOOOOOO0•0•