April 19, 2014

Subscriber Login



Don't have a username and password? Phone 419-399-4015 or email subscription@progressnewspaper.org to get yours today.
Click the E-Editions image below to see E-editions of the Progress, Weekly Reminder and special sections

Polls

Should the county emergency management agency office duties be a separate office?
 
JPHS’s hog roast, barn dance Sept. 7
Latest
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 1:53 PM

PAULDING – Get out your cowboy hat, scarf and “dancing boots” and kick up your heels at the John Paulding Historical Museum at the sixth annual hog roast and barn dance to be held on Saturday, Sept. 7.

The weather will be perfect for an old fashioned “barn dance” complete with a hog roast, lots of good entertainment and food.

The menu includes pulled pork sandwiches (plain or barbecued), escalloped potatoes, baked beans, applesauce and brownies. The meal is to be served from 5-7 p.m. in Barn #2.

The dance will be from 7 -9 p.m. with Nancy and Company performing your favorite tunes. The group includes Don Bowdle of Edgerton, Ohio, Bob Ellis and Larry Vogelsong, both of Bryan, and Nancy Whitaker of Scott on keyboard.

They will be playing an ecelectic mix of old country tunes, old rock and roll and blues. It will be music to inspire you to kick up your heels.

Tickets are currently on sale from any historical society member or by calling Kim Sutton at 419-399-3667 and will also be available at the door the evening of the dance. The cost of the dinner and dance is $10 per person. All proceeds will go towards the operation of the museum.

Tickets are limited so it is suggested that you purchase a ticket prior to the event.

The museum is celebrating their 36th year of being open. The John Paulding Historical Museum is operated with monies from memberships, fundraisers and donations.

The John Paulding Historical Society Museum is located at 600 Fairground Drive in Paulding.

Support your museum as volunteers are always needed. The John Paulding Historical Museum is one of the best kept secrets in Paulding County.

 

Add comment

Free speech is the principle under which newspapers operate. The Progress welcomes your comments, suggestions and opinions that further discussion from all sides of an issue. We consider this an important element of the user experience on progressnewspaper.com. The Progress will not permit hate speech, personal attacks, profanities, irrelevant sexual references, threats, libel or spam. In general, comments that violate the Progress’ guidelines will be deleted. For more information or to report abuse, email progress@progressnewspaper.org.

Security code
Refresh