The White Oak Community Day is coming this Saturday! The 11 AM fun starts at Heritage Hill Park. The evening will end with fireworks. Get more information about the entertainment as well as the many activities planned! This article will discuss the Petting Zoo and formal tuxedos. Below are some of our most cherished events!
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Music & Movies at Miller Park
On the 11th of June, on a Saturday on June 11, the movie and music series will return to Miller Park. Live music, food trucks and artists vendors will be present at Miller Park. The film is “The Wiz.” There will also be an opportunity to take an excursion and discover more about bird communication. It is possible to join an Early Bird Hike at the Sterchi Farm at 8 a.m. You can also visit the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum from 11 a.m. through 5 p.m.
The event is free and includes a wide range of entertainment. After that, the park will be home to an Allman Brothers tribute band, End of the Line, playing their classic songs. In-Town Gallery will host a Food for the Body or Soul occasion. This event is free to all and offers multiple ways you can enjoy this event. This is a sneak peek:
The formal look of a tuxedo works well for upscale weddings, cruises and other events. It’s cool, yet it is distinctive in the crowd. The white suits are suitable for weddings in the summer outdoors as well as formal dinners. These black tuxedo pants are a great match with white dress shirts and suspenders. This tuxedo style is stylish way to turn heads at this annual community celebration.
The formal tuxedos of the community day will be perfect for the celebration, which runs from 11am until 2:30pm. The tuxedo picnic will be held in the library, as part of the procession. The crowd will be entertained by DJ George Carney, and Matt Stevens (bomber artist). There will be food and games for everyone, as well as Jester Jim to entertain guests and give autographs.
The Good Green Earth will have a petting zoo during the White Oak Community Day event on April 27. The zoo is situated in the vicinity of the Ring Toss The petting zoo will have baby goats rabbits, chickens, ducks as well as another pig that has a stomach. Old and young alike will enjoy this hands-on activity. Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce is the sponsor of this event.
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