Soroptimist of The Redwoods has been involved in bringing the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus to Garberville for several years.
The circus is coming again to Garberville, Wednesday, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th with 2 showings each night: 5 pm or 7:30 pm. Sponsored by Soroptimist of The Redwoods. Proceeds benefit women and girls. Advance tickets are $10 for Adults and $7 for children and seniors. Ticket outlets are: Bootleg, Redway True Value, The Meadows Cafe, and the Drive Thru Tree Park in Leggett. For more information or to buy tickets online check out their website with a link to their Facebook page at www.cmcircus.com
Click on the link below for a poster to have your kids color and be entered for a prize.
Spring Fling & Bingo
Wantt's Trucking won
for 2016 and won $100 and a plaque from their sponsors.
2016 Categories & Sponsors:
GR Wilcox Enterprises, Inc.
Underwood’s Drive Thru Tree Park
Mateel Community Center
Barnum Timber Company
Karen Miclette Insurance
Humboldt House Inn
Milt’s Saw Shop
Mendes Mini Storage
Winners receive $50 + a plaque
MOST CHRISTMAS SPIRIT - Sponsors: Clary's Auto Parts, Redway True Value
BEST LIGHTS - Sponsors: Julie & Dennis Brunken's Cricke Trips Transportation
BEST ANIMATION – Sponsors: Boldt's Commercial Fishing, Parkinson's Building Materials
BEST CHRISTMAS THEME – Sponsors: Whitethorn Construction, Cadillac Wok
JUDGE’S CHOICE – Sponsors: Evergreen Mini Storage, Jim & Marie Johnson & family .
Line Up and Judging: 5:30 pm, RAIN OR SHINE at Redway School parking area. Awards given out right before parade starts
Parade: NEW TIME: 6:30 pm - Route: leave school, right on Empire, right on Redway dr. - right on Briceland Rd. - right on Redwood Dr. to Garberville make the loop at the top of Redwood Dr. and a short stop in the middle of town to finish. We hope to be in Garberville by 7:00pm. For more information call Tina at 986-1399.
Thank you everyone who entered the parade last year and also to all our sponsors. We couldn't have done it without you. We look forward to this year. clink the link below to see the poem done by Kym Kemp.