Rockets, razzle and ruff ruff for coming fun

Johnny Rockets is ready to rock and roll

If you haven't been to see Mr. & Mrs. Burger then come check out the new hot spot in Carson City at the grand opening of Johnny Rockets. It's a busy weekend for Carson City along with Street Vibrations, The Candy Dance and Stroke for Hope. The "new" Johnny Rockets is adding a little twist with various classic car groups throughout the day from muscle cars to hot rods. Every original Johnny Rockets restaurant boasts great-tasting food, juicy hamburgers, classic sandwiches, and hand-dipped shakes and malts. With it's all-American look and feel, tabletop jukeboxes and authentic decor, it's so Grease Lightning. Got to love wholesome fun for the family and kids. It is truly nice to see a new place in Carson that can be enjoyed by parents and their children in a safe family environment. Come see the digs.

WHAT: Johnny Rockets Restaurant grand opening

WHEN: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26

WHERE: 4600 Snyder Avenue

CONTACT: 883-8607

WEB: www.johnnyrock

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Razzle Dazzle Rummage Sale

Coming this weekend is another Razzle Dazzle Rummage Sale from the ladies at Soroptimist International of Carson City. It's a fun time at a great location with many treasures for very reasonable prices. Stop by the huge store front in the shopping center behind Denny's, thanks to the generous donation of Hot Springs Center Associates and Realtor, Bruce Robertson. They've made it a safe, easy shopping experience for all. Anyone who would like to register for the upcoming Stroke for Hope Golf Tournament please stop by and ask for me or Dixie. We will be glad to help you sign up.

WHO: Soroptimist International of Carson City

WHEN: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19

WHAT: Razzle, Dazzle Rummage Sale furniture, electronics, children's clothes and toys, books, Christmas decorations, men's and women's clothing and much, much more!

WHERE: 2319 N. Carson Street

CONTACT: For donation or questions, call Pat at 885-8376 (Please no broken items or computers)

Paws in the pool to raise funds for park

The Carson Aquatic Facility's outdoor pool is hosting a fundraiser for Carson City's "Parks for Paws." I was definitely intrigued by this event from Kurt Meyers' e-mail. So instead of saying, "when pigs fly" I guess I need to say "when dogs swim in the Carson Aquatic Center." Now I wish I had a dog to participate in this fun event. This event will be fun for your dogs as well as yourself. Bring your pup down and raise money for the Parks for Paws Program. Oh, and it is recommended that a copy of the rules be picked up prior to the swim day.

WHO: Parks for Paws

WHEN: Sept. 19 at two times, 9 a.m. and 10 a.m

WHAT: The west gate will open for registration at 8:45 a.m. Dogs must have proof of all current vaccinations and must be at least 6 months old.

WHERE: Carson Aquatic Facility, 841 N. Roop St.

COST: Cost is $8 for one dog with a handler or $3 for spectators. No one younger than 12 years of age will be allowed.

CONTACT: For more information, call 887-2242

7th annual Capital City Memory Walk

Today an estimated 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. Every 71 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk is the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer care, support and research. It's held annually in hundreds of communities across the country, including Carson City. Come join this inspiring event. Everyone is invited. All volunteers of all ages are champions in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.

WHO: The seventh annual Capital City Memory Walk

WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 26

WHERE: Start at the Capitol grounds at 8 a.m.

COST: Each walker is encouraged to raise a minimum of $100. With that amount of funds raised, each walker will receive a free T-shirt.

CONTACT: Jenny Haas at 775-586-5072

WEB-SITE: www.alz.org click on the "Memory Walk" section

• To have your information included, contact Kim Riggs at kimriggs@att.net

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