18th Annual PUMPKINFEST :: Saturday, October 25 from 9am - 4pm * Downtown Franklin :: CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO!

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Rosetta K. Rowe and Norman W. Farrell will unite in marriage Oct. 20, at 3 p.m. at First United Methodist Church.

Family and friends are invited to attend.

The couple will honeymoon in Savannah, Ga., after which the couple will reside in Franklin.

 

 

Macon County non-profit organizations have until July 31, 2012, to apply for county funds through the Macon County Community Funding Pool (CFP).

Application forms and instructions are available on the Macon County website, http://www.maconnc.org/, or may be picked up at the Macon County Public Library on Siler Farm Road in Franklin, the Hudson Library on Main Street in Highlands, and the Nantahala Public Library on Nantahala School Road.

Organizations applying for CFP funds must provide financial statements such as budgets and federal tax-exempt reports, organization goals and objectives and program descriptions, and board/staff roster.

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— Friday, July 13, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Independent Learning Activities for All Ages

Teen Summer Events

— Friday Anime Club! July 13, 2 to 4 p.m. in the Program Room continue watching a popular anime series, enjoy some popcorn, and visit with other anime fans.

— Wednesday, July 18, Weekly Meet-Up 3:30-5 p.m. ACTION! Art & Minute Mysteries. When is the last time someone told you to throw paint? This is exactly what we want you to do. Throw it, splatter it, drip it, get your whole body into ACTION Art, inspired by Jackson Pollock. Waiting for your turn at the canvas? Test out your sleuthing skills with minute mysteries and figure out “Whodunit?”

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“Bats!” is the topic for the Thursdays at the Library, July 19 at 7 p.m. in the meeting room and library grounds.

Doreen Miller, retired from the U. S. Forest Service, will talk about bat habitat, white nose syndrome, and why bats are important to the eco systems. After the talk, attendees will walk around the library grounds to watch for bats in the library’s backyard.

This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and is free and open to area residents and visitors. Donations are welcome.

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