There are only two more performances scheduled for the courtyard at Sanders Family Winery.
Tommy Thompson and the Thompson Project will perform with Jeannie Snow beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday evening.
Winery owner Jack Sanders said even if the weather is inclement, the “show will go on. You’d be surprised how fast we can move it inside.”
The doors open at 6 p.m. for wine tasting. Participants are invited to bring snacks or a picnic. It is advisable to reserve a table for your party by calling 727-1776.
The final show will be the Johnny Cash Tribute Show set for next Saturday.
Another Movie Lover’s Night Out is scheduled for the NyE Communities Coalition Campus tonight. The evening will be a series of short films with the theme “families,” which will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The doors open at 5 p.m. and the Campus Cafe will be serving dinner, drinks and snacks. No outside food or beverages are permitted and there is no alcohol, drugs or tobacco.
Tickets for the movies are $3 each or $6 for a family.
At 8 p.m., the Youth Cabaret/Coffeehouse will open. Patrons must be 14 years or older to attend. The cabaret is open mic with pre-approved performances from local artists.
The event will take place in the multi-purpose room or the Manse Center as some call it. There is a contest at NyECC to give the space a permanent name.
The Poetry and Coffee group will meet from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Off 160 Coffee House to read original pieces alternating with prose from the great poets. There will also be music. Off 160 is located at 1330 S. Highway 160 in the Beverly Plaza.
Purcell Tire &Rubber Co. is holding a tent sale in its parking lot on Oxbow Avenue, where the old D&D Tire used to be. There will be free hot dogs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday.
The Maverick Saloon &Dance Hall will host a benefit baby shower for Donna Vice beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday. Vice recently obtained custody of her 3-month-old grandson from foster care. The child has medical issues and Vice needs a little help.
There is a need for formula, diapers, baby clothing or a monetary donation. Nothing is too small and all will be appreciated.
Phil’s Classic Car &Tailgate Party will also be at the Maverick from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday.
All are invited to bring their classic rides and show them off.
There will be hot dogs and hamburgers and pulled pork sandwiches.
Barb Johnston, who recently gave up her charity Quilts 4 Cancer, can’t stay away from charity work. Participants should get prepared for her next project.
She will hold her first Community Sewing Day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at NyECC.
The project is a multi-tasking workshop to benefit the homeless students here. Johnston said, “It’s a very simple sewing task to make fabric drawstring bags for the students.
“There will be some hand work for those who cannot sew. Anyone who can, is asked to bring machines or surgers.”
She said fabric can be purchased from Stockert’s Crafts on Basin Avenue. The fabric is already cut to size. The “fat quarters” are on sale for $1.
Johnston said the project also needs all types of fabric half-yard or larger and sewing notions.
There will be a box to collect socks for the students and personal care items such as toothbrushes, shampoo, Kleenex, toothpaste, etc. Call 751-5356 for more information.