ALABAMA BUTTER BEAN FESTIVAL 2014
The Butter Bean Festival will take place October 3-4, 2014 on Main Street in Pinson, Alabama. Activities begin on Friday night, October 3rd from 6pm-10pm. There will be music stages, vendors, a car show, fireworks and so much more. Saturday's events begin at 8a.m. and end at 4p.m. The event is absolutely free. Go to www.albutterbeanfestival.org for more information
Oct. 9: Center Point Fire District Breast Cancer Awareness Month Kick-off Event
Hosted by the Center Point Fire District from 3-7 p.m., festivities including live music, special guests, food and beverages will be held at Pinson City Hall. Free and open to the public.
OCTOBER 11th YARD SALE
Gather up those treasures you've been planning to get rid of. Someone may be able to use them at this year's Heather Pointe Community Yard Sale.
The yard sale will be held RAIN or SHINE ,October 11, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon No rain date will be scheduled.
Advertising for the yard sale will be handled by the Heather Pointe Board using media and print sources i.e. , radio, social media etc. You are encouraged to share the announcement, once it is posted, to your own social media sources, civic organization and workplace. Signs will placed where St.John Drive and Center Point Parkway/Hwy 75 meet.
This date will not coincide with the Butter Bean Festival which will be held October 3-4, 2014 or the Alabama vs. Auburn game to be held November 29, 2014. Most other local college games are being held after 2:30p.m. on the yard sale date.
For information from a past Heather Pointe Community Yard Sale go to www.heatherpointe.blogspot.com (View August, September, October and November 2012 posts located in the sidebar to the right.)
The drawing for the harvest wreath was held September 13, 2014 at 1:10 p.m. on the common.
Lorelei P. drew the winning name. Mel Pea was the lucky recipient of the wreath. Thank you to all who checked LIKE on the Heather Pointe facebook page.
Congratulations to the Brooks family.
From The Trussville Tribune, September 10-16, 2014
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