Come for the corn and stay for the movie on Friday night, July 29. The cornfeed at Sibley Park (1900 40th St. E., 55407) begins at 6:30 p.m. “Harry and the Hendersons” will be shown on a 20 x 25-foot screen beginning at 8:45 p.m.
There will also be face painting, a moonwalk, and other games. Enjoy listening to live Blues and Rock and Roll music.
Concessions will be sold by SIBAC; proceeds benefit Sibley Youth Sports.
“Bring your blankets, chairs and bug spray and enjoy what is calling for perfect weather! “ urges Brian Hall.
ABOUT ‘HARRY AND THE HENDERSONS’
On their way home to Seattle from a camping trip, the Hendersons accidentally run over a strange and unknown creature. Realizing it might be the legendary Bigfoot creature, they strap it to the roof of their station wagon and take it home because they felt bad. Once there, the revived creature goes wild, rampaging throughout the house. Eventually, the family realizes that the creature is actually very gentle. Given the name “Harry”, the creature’s curiosity leads him to escape, running through the city as sightings of him strike fear into the populace (and greed into the heart of one French Canadian bounty hunter). Trying to hide Harry from the Seattle authorities and the hunter who wants his hide, the Hendersons with a help of an elderly once disillusioned and embittered ex-scientist and Bigfoot-believer Dr. Wrightwood come to realize that the best thing for Harry is to return him to his home in the wilderness.
“Harry and the Hendersons” is a 1987 American comedy film directed and produced by William Dear, and starring John Lithgow, Melinda Dillon, Lainie Kazan and Don Ameche.
Other upcoming events in Standish and Ericsson neighborhoods:
• Monday, Aug. 1 to Thursday, Aug. 4 – Swinging on a Star Camp, children ages three to five, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Monday, Aug. 1 to Thursday, Aug. 4 – Remote Control Camp, children ages 6-12, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Wednesday, Aug. 3 – Lake Hiawatha Festival, Lake Hiawatha Park, 27th Ave. S. and E. 44th St., 5-8 p.m. More at http://www.lhrc.freeservers.com/festival.htm
• Monday, Aug. 8 – SENA Board meeting, 1830 E. 42nd St., 7 p.m.
• Monday, Aug. 8 to Thursday, Aug. 11 – Disney Junior Days Camp, children ages three to five, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Monday, Aug. 8 to Thursday, Aug. 11 – Space Camp, children ages 6-12, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Wednesday, Aug. 10 – “To Sleep or Not to Sleep,” Nokomis Healthy Seniors Health Program, speaker Abigail Holley, M.D., Nokomis Square Cooperative, 10 a.m.
• Monday, Aug. 15 to Thursday, Aug. 18 – Kindergarten Boot Camp, children ages three to five, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Monday, Aug. 15 to Thursday, Aug. 18 – Super Hero Training Camp, children ages 6-12, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Monday, Aug. 22 to Thursday, Aug. 25 – Photography Camp, children ages 6-12, Lake Hiawatha Park, call 370-4930
• Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 27-28 – LoLa Art Crawl, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through the greater Longfellow neighborhood. Features painting, sculpture, photography, pottery, weaving, jewelry, textiles, video and more. This unique art crawl is open to artists of all skill levels. There will be demonstrations at some sites. More at www.lolaartcrawl.com or pick up a map at a supporting business after Aug. 10.
• Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 27-28 — Nokomis Healthy Seniors will be selling brats, soda, chips and hot dogs at Bergan’s SuperValu, 4715 Cedar Ave. S., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Monday, Sept. 12 – SENA Board meeting, 1830 E. 42nd St., 7 p.m.
• Friday to Sunday, Sept. 16-18 – 28th annual Autumn Daze Festival, St. Helena Catholic Church, 3204 E. 42nd St. Food, rides, live and silent auctions, games of chance, games of skill, used items for sale, quilt bingo, music and other family-friendly events. Parade at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Hours: Friday 6-10 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 3 – SENA annual meeting, Lake Hiawatha Park Recreation Center, 27th Ave. S. and E. 44th St.
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