June Days set for this weekend

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ORFORDVILLE - The Village of Orfordville once again will offer family fun activities, food, a parade and fireworks during its June Days celebrations this weekend.

The fun kicks off Thursday with the baseball tournament and beer tent at Purdy Park on Thursday. Live music can be enjoyed by guests and community members on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Orfordville Library's annual pancake breakfast will take place Saturday at Purdy Park. The breakfast runs from 7 - 11 a.m. The breakfast includes all you can eat pancakes, sausage, applesauce, milk, orange juice, coffee and water. The breakfast is under the pavilion at Purdy Park. The cost is $6 for 12 years of age and older, $3 for ages 6 to 11, there is no charge for kids age 5 and younger. This is a great fundraiser for the Library.

There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at Molly's Creations at 9 a.m. on Saturday. Molly's Creations, at 202 E. Beloit St., is a new business offering repurposed furniture, art from local artist, candles, home décor and more.

The Haven Coffee Shop at 114 E. Spring St., will be hosting an Old Time Pie Social from 10 a.m - noon. They will also have their great paninis, deserts, coffees and teas.

The Lions Club will have their annual Splash Dash 5K at 10 a.m. The 5k will start at the high school football field and commence around town. The cost of the Splash Dash is $25. The fee includes an annual Splash Dash T-shirt. This is a great event for the Lions Club, be prepared to get wet along the route.

A Cut Above will be having a clothing sale from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday. A Cut Above is at 105 S. Wright St., right behind Hattie Annes. They will have a clearance sale on some of the clothes.

The carnival and food stands will be open all weekend.

The traditional June Days parade starts at noon Sunday at the Village Hall and end at the high school. June Days will close the weekend with some of the best fireworks around.

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