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Queen's Pageant

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FRIDAY, JULY 25th

QUEEN’S PAGEANT
Sponsored by: Thunder Bay Accounting, Beck Funeral Home, Presque Isle Advance,  State Farm, and Basil Oil Co. Inc

7:00 PM: Rogers City High School

Tickets - Adults $8.00  Children under 12 $5.00


TUESDAY, JULY 29th 

5:00pm

Kick - off Dinner
Sponsored by Rogers City Area Chamber of Commerce.

 

5:00pm

Business After Hours, : Chamber Mixer in the Big Tent

Sponsored by; Rogers City Area Chamber of Commerce

 6:00pm

Sailors Memorial: hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Rogers City

Sponsored by

At Lakeside Park Band Shell.

 

6:00pm

Texas Hold-em Tournament
Registration 6pm - 7pm
Location: Big Tent.....$40.00 buy in

Tournament starts @ 7pm SHARP

               

WEDNESDAY, July 30th

 10:00am til noon Sidewalk Art:
Courthouse Square, conducted by the Queen and her
Court Kids needed, colored chalk provided, let the artists begin!

6 to 10pm Schmidt Amusements; all rides open

Single tickets $1.00, 12 tickets for $10.00, Unlimited Ride armbands $17.00

Some rides take 2,3, & 4 tickets

 6:00 pm

Kiddie Parade. sponsored by; Rogers City Area Civic League

Line-up at; Westminster Church.
Route: Third Street to Huron Ave - to Lakeside Park Band Shell.
Theme: "Super Hero's on Parade"

 

6:30 pm

Kiddie Picnic At The Park: sponsored by Optimists Club
Awards and refreshments for parade participants at Lakeside Park Band Shell following the Kiddie Parade.

 

8:30pm to 12:30am

Big Tent Teen Dance: Sponsored by Glen's Market

DJ……Daryl Kelly with 107.7 The Bay

Admission  $5.00 per person.

 

 THURSDAY, July 31st

 9:30am to 11:30am

Hands on Arts & Crafts:

Hands on arts and crafts will be provided for children, in the MAIN tent. Conducted by the Queen and her Court

 11am til midnight @ the Big Tent, Lakeside Park

Nowicki’s Sausage Shoppe; Serving their homemade, ‘world famous’, ‘Brats’ & Polish Dogs, 3 Specialty flavors & 3 Classic flavors

 

1pm-4pm

Walk-In Bingo At Lakeside Tent  sponsored by Daughters of Isabella

Tent opens at noon.


4pm to 7pm

Spaghetti Dinner:  sponsored by Rogers City Area Seniors

At the Senior & Community Center, 131 E. Superior St.

Cost:  $6.00 adults, & $3.00 10 years old and under.

 6pm Outdoor Yoga Class
Hosted by Desiree Nowaczyk

Location;  Trout River Park, on Forrest Street by the bike trail

Yoga is for everybody in every body. This gentle yoga class will encourage relaxation and rejuvenation. Bring your beach towel

7:00pm Thursday  Night Polka Dance
SPONSORED BY

Polka Band “Pan” Franek and Zosia from Muskegon, MI

Polka Music
Two-Buck-Beer night

Admission, $5.00

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st


10am to 5pm

Print Your Own T-Shirt:
Sponsored by Rogers City Screen Arts

Children can make their own T-shirt until 5:00 pm at Rogers City Screen Arts for a nominal fee. Ages 4 and up.

10am to 5pm

Hunting and Gun Safety/Education
sponsored by The National Wild Turkey Federation
Supervised Target Shooting with BB Guns
No charge at the Lakeside Band Shell

All ages welcome!


10:30am to Noon

Donna Klein “Childrens Sing and Dance”: hosted by the Queen and court, sponsored by McDonalds Restaurant


10am to 6pm

Juried Arts & Crafts Show:

FOOD COURT  - Courthouse Square


10am & 1pm TOUR Carmeuse Lime- Calcite Plant

Narrated Bus Tour, $5.00 per person.

Purchase tickets at the Presque Isle County Historical

Museum Gift Shop or by calling @ 989-734-4121

BUS TOURS leaving from PICH Museum Annex,  175-185 W. Michigan Ave.

 

10am to 4pm

GIANT Equipment Display at the Main Gate of Calcite

Giant Equipment  used daily in Calcite Mining operations

Climb on board, Sit in the driver’s seat


10am to 3pm

Rosco the Clown at the Craft Show;  

Walk around, balloon tying

  

10am to 7pm

“Pieceable” Lighthouse Quilters at the Rogers City Elementary School

Large handmade quilt display, no charge

 

11am-6pm FOOD COURT @ Court House Square

Pulled Pork Sandwiches sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church

Walking Tacos, Coney Dogs, Hot Dogs & Sloppy Joes by RC Masonic Lodge

Hot N Fresh Almonds, by Natural Helpers

 

11am til midnight @ the Big Tent, Lakeside Park

Nowicki’s Sausage Shoppe; Serving their homemade, ‘world famous’, ‘Brats’ & Polish Dogs, 3 Specialty flavors & 3 Classic flavors

12:00 noon 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
sponsored by Huron Sports Boosters

Pre register by July 18th, Cost $120.00, after $140.00

Contact; Dave O’Bryant @ 231-330-0342

Location; Parking lot at High School

Brackets, Middle School, High School, 18-24 years old, & Adults


12:30pm-4:30 p.m.  Presque Isle County Historical Museum

The Bradley House and Hoffman Annex

Free Historical exhibits-Native Americans, one-room school,

Fabulous 50s & 60s, Bradley ships, pioneers, lumbering,

Hoeft General Store, and more.


1:00pm

Walk-In Bingo in Lakeside Tent: sponsored by Daughters of Isabella

1:00PM-4:00 PM.

Tent opens at noon.

 

1:00pm Fossil Dig, at Fossil Park Hosted By Dana LaBar

A ‘Fossil Dig’  located behind Little League Field. Dig & find your own fossils. This event will run until 6:00 pm. New fossil material will be brought in.

 

4:30 PM

Pet Show  

Cheboygan County Humane Society will be in attendance accepting donations

Categories: Biggest, Smallest, Cutest, Best Nautical Attire, Best Trick, Most Unique, Best Sports Attire, Friendliest, Best Behaved, and Best in Show

Location; Lakeside Park MAIN Tent

 

5 to 7pm

German Festival Dinner:

St. John’s Luthern School Gym,  460 West Erie Street

 

Cost: $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children, ages 5-12, under age 5 FREE

 

6pm: Euchre Tournament: sponsored by Rogers City Lions Club

Location: Rogers City Senior Center, 131 E. Superior St.  Fee: $20.00

Registration at 6pm, Light dinner included, Play starts at 7pm

Door prizes & 50/50 and other raffles

 

8:30 PM to 1:30AM  Friday Night Dance,

featuring, The “Jedi Mind Trip”,  rock music

Admission: $5.00


SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd

 7:00am

Nautical City Run For Health, hosted by RCHS Cross Country Team, sponsored  by Bay Port Convenience Store & Subway, Chemical Bank,

Registration 7:00AM to 8:30AM At Lakeside Pavilion

Pre-registration fee $15 until July 27th,
Late registration fee $20.00

Start times: 1-Mile Run/Walk  8:45am

6K Run/Walk  9:00am   Start/Finish  North 1st Street

Information: Rob Kortman 734-4691


8:00am

Nautical City Festival Men’s & Women’s Slow Pitch Softball Tournament

At various fields.   Organized by PIC Softball League.    For more information call: Men’s (Eric 989-306-2336), Women’s (Karl 989-734-4021)

 

8:00am to 11am

Knights Of Columbus Scholarship Breakfast Featuring;
Potato Pancakes & all the fixin's


8:00 am to 11:00 am,  at  St. Ignatius School Gym.

Cost: $7.00 and children 6-12yr $5.00 and 5yr and under free.

 

9am

Beach Volleyball Tournament;

4 on 4 Coed (1 female min. per team)

Registration;  $15.00 per player,   Cash Prizes

Information, Kristy Smolinski  989-733-0409,

(kasmolinski@hotmail.com)

9am to 3:30pm

Nautical City Festival Antique And Classic Car Show:
Sponsored by; Basel Oil Co. & Harbor light Laundry

@Westminster Park, ( all vehicles welcome)

Registration 8:00AM to 11:00AM, pre-registration $15, day of show $20

AWARDS: Best of Show, Michigan State Police, 5 People’s Choice, Top 30 participants




9:00am

Spitzer Tournament (24th Annual): sponsored by the Serviceman’s Club

Location: Service Men’s Club. Contact is Larry Haselhuhn (734-4510) to register.

 

9:30am

Kiddie Games: sponsored by the Zonta Club,

At the Band Shell area, for ages 3-10.

(ring toss, sack race, sand pile, bean bag toss)
Kiddie Tractor Pull 
after games, ages 4-7, pre-register with parent

 

 

10:00am to 5:00pm

Print Your Own T-Shirt:

Children can make their own T-shirt until 5:00 pm at Rogers City Screen Arts for a nominal fee. Ages 4 and up.

 

10am to 7pm

“Pieceable” Lighthouse Quilters at the Rogers City Elementary School

Handmade quilt display

 

10 am-4:30 p.m. Heritage Day

Presque Isle County Historical Museum

On the lawn of the Bradley House, 176 W. Michigan Ave.

Free demonstrations & exhibits of historic crafts and pioneer

and Native American skills.

 

10am to 1pm

Rosco the Clown at the Craft Show

Walk around, balloon tying


10am to 5pm

Juried Arts & Crafts Show

Courthouse Square

FOOD COURT


10am & 1pm
TOUR Carmeuse Lime-Calcite Plant

Purchase tickets at the Presque Isle County Historical

Museum Gift Shop or by calling @ 989-734-4121

BUS TOURS leaving from PICH Museum Annex,  175-185 W. Michigan Ave.

  

10am to 4pm

GIANT Equipment Display  at the Main Gate of Calcite

Giant Equipment  used daily in Calcite Mining operations

Climb on board, Sit in the driver’s seat

11am to 6pm

FOOD COURT @ Court House Square

Pulled Pork Sandwiches sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church

Walking Tacos, Coney Dogs, Hot Dogs & Sloppy Joes by RC Masonic Lodge

Hot N Fresh Almonds, by Natural Helpers

 

 11am til midnight @ the Big Tent, Lakeside Park

Nowicki’s Sausage Shoppe; Serving their homemade, ‘world famous’, ‘Brats’ & Polish Dogs, 3 Specialty flavors & 3 Classic flavors

 11:30am-2:30pm

Strawberry Shortcake & Ice Cream Social:

This event will take place at Westminster Church grounds. Across from the Car Show


12:30 am-4:30 p.m. 

Presque Isle County Historical Museum

The Bradley House and Hoffman Annex

Free Historical exhibits-Native Americans, one-room school,

Fabulous 50s & 60s, Bradley ships, pioneers, lumbering,

Hoeft General Store, and more.


12:00 Noon

Horseshoe Tournament: hosted by the Knights of Columbus
Alongside Lakeside Tent

Register at time of event.

 

12:00 PM to 4:00PM

Archery, Shotgun, & 22 Rifle Shooting: sponsored by the PIC Sportsman Club

At: Presque Isle County Sportsman’s Club

1½ miles west of Adrian’s Sport Shop

Ages 7- 13. Instructed & supervised by Certified Range Officers.

All equipment provided, including eye & ear protection.

Must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

(22 Rifle Shooting on In-Door Range)


1:00pm – 4:00pm

“Musical Mystery Tour” The Little Band Of Alpena
Sponsored by:
VitalCare- Hospice of the Sunrise Shore

Free admission, music, dancing, and root beer floats

“A Taste of Michigan Wines”

Griffin Distributers will be in the “Tent” to share a variety of Michigan wines, staff will be on hand to pour and share information on the wines


1 pm-2 pm

Bradley House 100th Birthday Party

Presque Isle County Historical Museum

Bradley House, 176 W. Michigan Ave.

Join us for free cake and ice cream. 
Bradley House photo exhibit.

3:00 PM

Rosco The Clown: sponsored by Xiong Chee Peng Restaurant

This entertainment for children will be held at the Courthouse Square.

 

3:30 PM

Antique And Classic Car Show Cruise:

Route: 2nd Street to Orchard St. to Third Street to Depot Street

 

8:30PM to 1:30AM

Saturday Night Dance in the Tent:

Featuring “Jedi Mind Trip”  Band,  rock and roll

Admission  $5.00.

 

SUNDAY; AUGUST 3rd

 8am to 11:30am

Festival Breakfast: sponsored by the Daughters of Isabella

Location: St. Ignatius School Gym

Adults: $7.00, children 6-12yr $5.00 and 5yr and under free.

 

8:00am

Nautical City Festival Men’s & Women’s Softball Finals:

Various fields, finals at ‘The Hole’

 11am to 5pm

Juried Arts & Crafts Show:
 FOOD COURT

Courthouse Square.

 

11am to 6pm

FOOD COURT @ Court House Square

Pulled Pork Sandwiches sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church

Walking Tacos, Coney Dogs, Hot Dogs & Sloppy Joes by RC Masonic Lodge

Hot N Fresh Almonds, by Natural Helpers

 
11am til 9pm

@ the Big Tent, Lakeside Park
Nowicki's Sausage Shoppe - Serving their homemade, ‘world famous’, ‘Brats’ & Polish Dogs, 3 Specialty flavors & 3 Classic flavors

 11:30 AM Until Sold Out

Chicken Bar-B-Que Dinner:
also includes coleslaw, roll & chips; sponsored by the Presque Isle Sportsman’s Club.

Lakeside Park and ‘The Hole’

 

11:30 AM to 2:30PM

Strawberry Shortcake & Ice Cream Social:

Westminster Presbyterian Church grounds

 12:30 PM

Grand Parade:
sponsored by:
Sponsored by Kowalski Agency, Inc, & LaFarge of Presque Isle

Route: Gilpin Field, north on Third St., Grand Marshall John Vogelheim

Open class theme. , featuring Sault Ste. Marie Pipe Band, Grand Traverse Pipe & Drum, Queens & others


2:00pm After the Parade

Tent Entertainment: FREE ADMISSION 

‘Rosco the Clown’, along with  Sault Ste. Marie Pipe & Drum  Band
 

4:00pm to 9:00pm

Sunday Evening Polka Dance:
The polka band “Judy and her Suchey Brothers”
FREE ADMISSION


9:45pm

LAST CALL in the Tent


10:00pm Tent Closes

 

10:00pm

Fireworks Display:

A Fireworks Display/Show will begin at dusk at Lakeside Park Area.

BEST viewing by the little League fields

(should there be a cancellation, fireworks will take place Saturday, August 10th, at 10:00PM.

 

 


 

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