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Fundraiser : The Underdog Unleashed Antioch Pup Crawl will begin at 12:30 p. m. July 11 at Limerick Lounge, 912 Toft Ave. Participating pubs will include Wings Etc. , The Lodge of Antioch. It will finish around 4 p. m. at Rugan's, 921 Toft Ave. , with music by J. C. Mix, raffles, prizes and more. Take a walk with the dogs and have some fun. Cost is $25. Preregister at http://www. underdog-rescue. Festival : Taste of Summer Festival will be held from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. July 16, from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. July 17 and 18, and from noon to 6 p. m. July 19 in downtown. Carnival rides and games, delectable specialties prepared by top restaurants. Dine in the relaxing sunshine or under the "Big Top" while listening to top entertainment in the Brook Bandshell. The entertainment includes BBI, Suburban Cowboys, Hi Infidelity and Bella Cain. The carnival offers free ride tickets, mega bands and day bands for rides. Sing-a-longs ("Frozen" and "Roar") on Friday and Saturday night before the headline bands. Also, downtown features sidewalk sales and craft booths. Details, AntiochChamber. Exhibit : In commemoration of the end of the Civil War and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, the Lakes Region Historical Society is hosting the exhibit "Ladies Attire of the Civil War — A Nation Mourns" July 16 through Aug. 30 at the Meeting House, 977 Main St. This is a private collection of ladies and girls Civil War gowns, bonnets, shoes and parasols. View up close, the textiles, construction and color of these 150-plus-year-old heirlooms. This is not a mourning exhibit and these gowns have not previously been seen in Antioch. Hours are from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Thursday-Sunday. Admission is $7, parking behind the building is free. Tours are welcome and may be scheduled at additional times. Details, 847-395-4912. Deerfield. Concert : Tropixlosion will perform at 5 p. m. July 12 at Mitchell Park, 949 Wilmot Road. Details, 847-945-0650. Children's concert : Jimmy Mac will perform at 11:30 a. m. July 15 at Jewett Park, 836 Jewett Park Drive. Attendees are invited to bring a picnic lunch and/or buy concessions from sandwiches and salads to beverages and ice cream from Cookers Red Hots. Details, 847-945-0650. Campout : The annual Family Campout begins at 5 p. m. July 18 and runs. Source: www.chicagotribune.com
Looking for work, or know someone who is. Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week close to 70 positions are available from teaching positions to a lifeguard to a bartender. And for anyone interested in submitting a classified ad, email: classifieds@timesreview. Check out the listings below:. ACCOUNTING POSITION: F/T. A leading wine production facility is looking for a detail oriented entry level accountant. Skills required, data entry, AR/AP, QuickBooks, Mircrosoft Office. Please send resume to Melissa@liebcellars. BAKERY STAFF: Manager, bakers, counter sales, dishwashers. Call between 9 a. m. and noon, ask for Christopher, 631-722-4999. BARTENDER: P/T, experienced. Four Doors Down Sports Bar, 631-298-8311. CAREGIVERS: F/T, P/T, 24-hour live-in. Flexible schedules. Kind, caring, companions needed for in-home senior care. No certification necessary. Home Instead Senior Care, 631-594-2180. CAREGIVERS: New-hire bonus. HHA, PCA and companions. F/T, P/ T, live-in, flexible schedules. Kind, caring, compassionate individuals to provide in-home care. Comfort Keepers, 631-369-6080. CARPENTER/HELPER: For residential construction. Experience and transportation required. 631-734-7400. CLEANING SERVICES: Fridays and Sundays required. additional hours available. Cleaning talent needed at local inn. Training and supplies provided. 631-765-9412. COMPANIONS/CAREGIVERS: F/T, P/T. Experience necessary. Must drive. Call, 631-477-3095. CONSTRUCTION HELPER: Will train to work on East End. Must have driver’s license and be reliable. 631-901-5119. COUNTER HELP: Year round. Flexible day hours. Will train. Day, 631-765-1642. Night, 631-722-7889. CUSTOMER SERVICE POSITION: P/T, seasonal. Helping at parts counter, stocking our shelves. Boating knowledge a plus. Lighthouse Marine Supply, 631-722-5700, ask for Pat. DATA ENTRY CLERK/SALES SUPPORT: F/T. Riverhead produce company is seeking energetic, organized multi-tasker with attention to detail. Must be proficient in MS Office. inventory control experience a plus. Send resume to mbadalamenti@ampcods. DAY CAMP COUNSELOR: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a. m. - 5:30 p. m. Wanted for Southold summer camp. Must be at least 17 years old. Call 631-852-8629 or to download an application go to http://ccesuffolk. org/jobs EOE. Source: riverheadnewsreview.timesreview.com
We the people celebrate Independence from English rule in many ways, sizzling burgers on the grill, picnicking in a shady park, watching sports on television. But most of those activities are merely ways to pass the time until nightfall, when the cover of darkness gives us the biggest bang. If you don’t have your holiday weekend already mapped out, this list of events can give you a place to start making plans. July 3 Capitol Pops Concert Band. The patriotic concert, under the baton of CPCB Director Kurt Pearsall, is part of the Orangevale Grange Independence Day Celebration. The event includes an on-site snack bar, raffles and a free fireworks demonstration at dusk. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to the grassy meadow behind the hall. Orangevale Grange Hall, 5807 Walnut Ave. , Orangevale. 916-725-5214. capitolpops. Fireworks and Freedom Concert. Head to the El Dorado Hills Steven Young Amphitheater (4364 Town Center Blvd. , El Dorado Hills) for tonight’s concert featuring country artists Blackburn Bullet (8-9:30 p. m. ). Apple Z also performs from 10 to 11 p. m. Festivities include a kids’ zone with bounce houses, face painting, balloon artists, games and prizes... A fireworks display choreographed to music at 9:30 p. m. Note: Parking is available at Blue Shield (4203 Town Center Blvd. ) and Rolling Hills Christian Church (800 White Rock Road). Town Center Boulevard, El Dorado Hills. edhtowncenter. Happy Birthday, USA. Music in the Mountains presents a patriotic concert under the stars. Lawn at Nevada County Fairgrounds, 11228 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley. Advance: $25 general. $30 at the gate. free for ages 17 and younger. 530-265-6124. 8 p. m. Red, White and Brews. Ten participating Old Sacramento bars offer select American beers for $3 (ages 21 and older). fireworks from Front Street after the Sacramento River Cats game (game time varies). Saturday Moooonlight & Fireworks Viewing Hike. 5-mile round-trip walk on uneven terrain at Solano Land Trust’s fourth annual Fourth of July fireworks viewing hike (visibility depending on weather). Lynch Canyon Open Space Park, 3100 Lynch Road, Vallejo. 707-432-0150. 7-11:15 p. m. Celebration/Run Crime. Source: www.sacbee.com
Late-night teen program for ages 13-18 features games, sports, music, refreshments and more. Free, sponsored by the Columbia Parks and JAMMIN IN JULY MUSIC FESTIVAL: Saturday, 5-11 p.m., gates open at 4:30 p.m. Lawn chairs, blankets, coolers (no
Children's concert: Jimmy Mac will perform at 11:30 a.m. July 15 at Jewett Park, 836 Jewett Park Drive. Activities and games will begin at approximately 6 p.m. Sports equipment and grills will be available. Bring your picnic baskets and lawn
Four Doors Down Sports Bar, 631-298-8311. CAREGIVERS: F/T Ability to manage use of wheelchairs, specialty chairs, and assist clients to transfer from a seat to standing position. Familiarity with Must be proficient with Mac, Microsoft Office
We the people celebrate Independence from English rule in many ways, sizzling burgers on the grill, picnicking in a shady park, watching sports on television. But most of those activities are merely ways to pass the time until nightfall, when the cover
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