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Best Attractions for Young Kids at Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood California is a working movie studio, making it a very unique theme park. Where else can you take the world famous Studio Tour, drink Butterbeer, and hang out with Transformers? However, will young kids also enjoy it? I recently visited Universal Studios Hollywood with my husband and our son and we discovered that there’s plenty of things to do! From play areas to rides and entertainment, here are the best attractions for young kids at Universal Studios Hollywood!
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Scarecrows pop up in downtown New Baltimore

Scarecrows have popped up in downtown New Baltimore in time for the Halloween season. The 16th annual scarecrow contest jointly hosted by the Ride the Wave Committee and the Downtown Development Authority is now underway. Individuals, groups and businesses were invited to enter the contest. More than a dozen scarecrow...
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Ride the Rivers 2021 Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for your interest in the 2021 Ride the Rivers Century presented by Streets of St. Charles. Whether you’re riding the metric century, or the full century, here are some answers to frequently asked questions. Packet Pickup. When and where should I get my ride packet?. Thursday Oct. 7,...
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Fourth-graders receive helmets

Childhood is filled with rites of passage, and in Salida one of those is distribution of bicycle helmets to fourth-graders at Longfellow Elementary School. Shawn Gillis, owner of Absolute Bikes, arrived at the school Tuesday with more than 100 helmets to fit a new class of cyclists. During the Ride Right Cycle Safe Fourth Grade Helmet Program, Absolute teamed up with police and fire officials to encourage kids to wear helmets and keep themselves safe on local streets.
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OUR TOWN: Scarecrows due Sept. 29

SCARECROWS DUE TODAY, SEPT. 29: Bring your scarecrow to New Baltimore city hall, 36535 Green, between 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The scarecrows will be displayed on the light poles along Washington, in Our Town. The entry fee is $10 payable to the Ride the Wave Committee. The Ride the Wave Committee and the Downtown Development Authority are the sponsors of the popular annual contest in it’s 16th year. Voting ballots will be found at local businesses. To vote for your favorites, between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6, there are three categories: adults ages 13 and older, children ages 12 and younger, and another for businesses and organizations. The winners will be announced on Nov. 6 at noon. The Our Town column will share the winners, too. Boo!

Ride The Ozarks Rally To Take Place This October

Are you looking for a great weekend out on October the 8th and 9th? Harrison plays host to the Ride The Ozarks Rally, with fun guaranteed for all. The Northwest Arkansas State Fairgrounds in Harrison is where everything launches from – there’ll be a beer garden, vendors, guided rides and live music both days. The shows start at 7pm Friday 8th October and 5pm Saturday 9th October. Guided rides will depart from the fairgrounds both mornings, with the big draw (if you’ll excuse the pun) coming with the poker run, setting off at 10am Saturday.