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Bloomfield Appreciation Dayz
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Thursday, June 19th 2014 - All Day

Come Celebrate in Bloomfield, NE during thier annual Bloomfield Appreciation Dayz June 19th-21st in Bloomfield, NE.

Thursday June 19th includes: Appreciation Supper 6pm-8pm on North Broadway Street. tickets provided by participating Community Club Members. Entertainment during and after supper. There will be a Kid’s sand pile coin search too. North of the Bloomfield Bakery

Friday June 20th includes: Music at 7pm by Sounds Unlimited. Kareoke and Karaoke contest to begin at 9pm. The Boy Scouts will have popcorn sales throughout the evening. Community Club drink stand will run from 6pm-2am. Proceeds go towards the celebration fund. Enjoy a late night Breakfast at the Bloomfield Community center from 10:30pm-2am with Vicki Ketelsen

Get up early on Saturday June 21st for the city wide rummage sale starting at 7:30am. Maps available at the Bloomfield Community Center. Quilt show will run from 9am-7pm at Speedway Truck & Auto. Mud/sand co-ed volleyball tournament at the city park will start with registration at 8am. Kelly’s Kids poker run will have a 10am registration with an 11am departure fromt he Bloomfield Fire Hall. The boy Scouts will have all day popcorn sales. There will be a hamburger/hot dog meal at the city park from 10:30am-2pm with kiddie games at the city park from 10am-2pm (provided by Little Bee’s Daycare.) 10 tickets for $1.00.

Also on Saturday enjoy the vendor fair on main street from 10am-4pm with many vendors and food available. Enjoy music by Kenny Carlow at the Freedom Hall from 1pm-4pm. Rubber Duck races will have their first splash at 3pm just north of Carhart Lumber. To get your ducks call Carhat lumber at 402-373-4314. The Alumni Banquet starts at 5pm at the Community Center. For more information or tickets call 402-373-2697. The Duck race Calcutta will be on Sat at 7:30pm.

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