A National Night Out event is scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3, at Lake Township Park, 10801 Gast Road, Bridgman.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes public services-community partnerships.  National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors, law enforcement and firefighters. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring public service workers and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Food, activities, fire trucks and things for kids to do will be available at the Aug. 3 event.

Ice Cream Social

The Lakeside Ice Cream Social will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at the Lakeside Park Gazebo at Lakeside Road and Red Arrow Highway.

The Rotary Club of Harbor Country will again join the Lakeside Association for ice cream and cake while raising money for scholarships for local high school students – $5 gets you ice cream, homemade cake and cookies, and more. Live music, activities for the kids, and the traditional cake auction! The best-decorated cakes will be auctioned off at 6:30 p.m. with proceeds going to the Lakeside Association Scholarship Fund.

Park work day

On Friday, Aug. 6, at 9 a.m. volunteers will continue the process of transforming Harbert Community Park according to the plan approved by Chikaming Township Supervisors at its July meeting.

Volunteers are asked to bring work gloves, safety glasses, and if available: wire cutters, socket wrenches, and sledge hammers.

Corn & Sausage Roast

The New Buffalo Yacht Club, 500 W. Water St., New Buffalo, will hold its Corn & Sausage Roast on Saturday, Aug. 7, outside in the club parking lot with live music at 3 p.m. (Red Deluxe) and 8 p.m. (Middle of the Road Band).

Food, drinks and dancing are planned.

For more information go to the Yacht Club’s Facebook page.

Build The Barn concerts

Paws for Humanity and Farm Dog Productions will hold Build The Barn Series concerts every Sunday evening from 5 to 8 p.m. through Aug. 29 in their pastures at 14671 Three Oaks Road, Three Oaks.

The schedule is: Aug. 8 – James Neary; Aug. 15 – Mike “Blue Eyes” Felten; Aug. 22 – The Menards; Aug. 29 – Patti Shaffner.

For tickets go to: pawsforhumanity.org

Build the Barn is a fundraising project to assist Paws for Humanity in building a facility including an indoor riding arena, conference room, small offices, and animal housing for educational and therapeutic support services.

U.S.12 sale permits

The Region of Three Oaks Museum (TROTOM) is laying plans for its biggest sale ever in the U.S. 12 Heritage Garage Sale in Carver Park on Friday-Sunday, Aug. 13-15.

The Museum’s site has become a one-stop favorite for finding antiques, collectibles, furniture, dishware, homemade jams and jellies and even hot dogs and sloppy joes.

The TROTOM locations are in Carver Park and the adjoining Three Oaks Elementary School Campus at Oak and Ash (U.S. 12) streets. For further information or to donate items for sale contact Julie Sittig at 269-756-3547 or via email at juliesittigrn@vanzine.org. Items donated for sale need to be brought to the site on Thursday, Aug. 12.

Mobile food pantries

For information on upcoming Feeding America Mobile Food Pantry visits, log on to: www.feedwm.org/mobile-pantry-schedule.

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