The 2019 Dairy Day Pageants kick off at 7 p.m. on the Dairy Day stage on Main Street on Friday night, September 27. First up are the Girl and Boy Baby Contests, followed by the Tots, the Princess, and the Queen contests; the Jr. Miss contest takes place during intermission of the Queen contest.
The Enfield Village board meeting on Tuesday night, September 17, again gave consideration to the topic of allowing marijuana businesses to be established in Enfield. Trustee Jim Fechtig had been doing “homework” on the subject and presented the board with pro, con and neutral points on allowing the activity inside the Village. After much discussion, it was agreed to take no action that night, thereby giving all the trustees more time to consider it before a decision is made.
Submitted by Helen Ray-Cooper
The Norris City Quilt Guild invites the public to attend their annual Dairy Day Quilt Show which will be held at the Indian Creek Township building at 113 S. Division St. from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28. The display of quilts, wallhangings and related items, as well as the Arts and Crafts show will be held in the same building during the same hours. Guild members are to bring their quilts on Thursday, Sept. 26 any time between noon and 7 p.m.
Dairy Days is excited to welcome "We Got It Covered" to the stage on Saturday, September, 28. Mark your calendars and come out for some great entertainment Dairy Day weekend! The band will be bringing you your favorite sing along hits from classic rock, traditional country, 90s country and new country. If you like it - We Got It Covered!
Its a pre-Dairy Day event sponsored by the local churches in Norris City, with free food and free music. All kinds of musicians will be taking the stage for this event. Nation-wide gospel duo The Peyton Sisters will be there, along with area praise teams. With the free music,the community will be providing free food for the event. All you have to do is bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the feast.