Five Things You Need to Know This Weekend: July 30-31
Verizon race car stopping in Stoughton, Summer Concert Series continues, and more...
"Five Things you Need to Know This Weekend" is the weekend version of the Patch column "Five Things You Need to Know Today." The weekend edition provides readers with essential information for both Saturday and Sunday.
1. Summer Concert Series Resumes Sunday
This Sunday, July 31, come see Pink Cadillac perform.
All concerts are free. Concerts are open to all Stoughton residents. Please bring your own chairs/blankets. There are no bathroom facilities.
2. Big Brother, Big Sister to Collect Donations in Stoughton
The Big Brother/Big Sister Foundation we will be in Stoughton on Saturday, July 30, to collect donations of gently used clothes, shoes, books, musical instruments, jewelry, household items and small toys.
To schedule a pickup, call (800) 483-5503 or click here to schedule one online. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. Send your name, address, zip code and phone number and they will schedule a pickup and email the pickup information back to you.
For a small fee, they will pick up your old electronics. Email email@example.com for fee and pickup information.
3. Verizon IndyCar is Stopping in Stoughton
The 2011 Verizon Show Car Tour is stopping at the Stoughton BJ’s Sunday, July 31 and Monday, August 1 from 12-5 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to play games, see product demonstrations, and more importantly, see the Verizon Wireless Team Penske #12 IndyCar.
On the day of the event, Verizon Wireless will waiver the activation fees with the purchase of any 3G Smartphone or 3G tablet with new activations. In addition, there will be a $12 instant service credit with a purchase of $12.
4. Chicken Dinner Fundraiser at First UMC
A summer chicken dinner will be held Saturday, July 30 at 6 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 103 Pleasant St. in Stoughton. Proceeds will benefit the ministries of the church.
5. Stoughton Youth Baseball Tournament
Stoughton Youth Baseball is hosting a tournament for 11 and 12-year-old teams in the area. The tournament wraps up this Saturday and Sunday, with the semifinals, finals, and a home run derby on Sunday for each age group.
For more information, click here.