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It’s the season of feasting and fun

Kim Riggs
Special to the Appeal

Well, this month is about food!

First, is the annual Turkey Drop at Mike’s Pharmacy. This event is fun, easy and will help so many local families enjoy a great Thanksgiving meal.

Dana Whaley at Carson City Toyota-Mazda-Hyundai, Ackie Brazil at Carson Ford and, of course, Dick Campagni, who generously helps everyone in town, donated some great coupons to purchase more than 50 turkeys at a discounted price.

Carson City Soroptimist International took 10 coupons and purchased two turkeys with each. So if your group would like some of these wonderful coupons to help purchase more frozen turkeys for the Turkey Drop, contact me at the e-mail address below.

The turkeys will be accompanied by all the trimmings from Salvation Army to help local families enjoy a nice home-cooked meal.

Mike’s Pharmacy Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Drop

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What: Drop off a frozen turkey

Where: Mike’s Pharmacy, 1007 N. Curry St.

When: 9 a.m.Ð6 p.m. Wednesday

Contact: 841-1400

If you love Marie Callender’s pies, it will be easy to bite into this fundraiser. The Ron Wood Family Resource Center can get apple, pumpkin and pecan pies from Marie Callender’s at a special price.

So if you need help in getting your holiday pies before Thanksgiving, give them a call. The money from this yummy fundraiser goes to all the social-service programs that Ron Wood Family Resource Center provides all year long. Place your orders and don’t stress over the hot oven all day long.

Ron Wood Family Resource Center Pie Run

How: Place your orders of apple, pumpkin or pecan pies and get them delivered to the Family Center for pick-up.

Where: 212 East Winnie Lane, Carson City.

When: 8 a.m.Ð5 p.m. until Friday

Cost: $10, or purchase a pie gift certificate for later at $9 per pie to be redeemable at Marie Callender’s Restaurant.

Contact: 884-2269

Now that we have the food covered, let’s get to the entertainment. We all know in John Vettel’s home his son, Ryan, is usually the star. But not this time.

Dad is in the latest production by Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company of “Fiddler on the Roof.” He is performing and doing an excellent job of butcher, Lazar Wolf. I have heard from friends who have attended that it is outstanding.

“Fiddler on the Roof”

What: Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company presents “Fiddler on the Roof”

Where: Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St.

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Cost: $18 for adults, $16 for students and seniors, and $14 for children.

Contact: Jennifer at 886-6036. Tickets may be purchased by phone (775) 445-4249, or at Comma Coffee and Maytan Music in Carson City and Reno.

And for the children, Cory King has a wonderful event at the Carson City Library called “Tellabration.” This Saturday, people around the world will gather in small towns and big towns to enjoy what some would call the lost art of storytelling.

In the spirit of Tellabration, the Carson City Library will honor the history of modern storytelling right here. Children and adults of all ages are welcome to attend and enjoy this great family event.

Tellabration

What: “Tellabration! A storytelling celebration”

Where: Carson City Library, 900 N. Roop St.

When: 2-4 p.m. Saturday

Contact: Cory King, 887-2244 ext. 1004

n If you would like your organization’s information included, please e-mail me at kimriggs@att.net.