Open to the public
The second annual Mudman Race (Mudman 2013) will be held at Powder Ridge this coming Saturday, Aug. 17.
New this year: Spectators will be allowed to view the race from anywhere on the hill including areas that you have never before seen. Uphill walks will be necessary to view some of the events.
There is no spectator fee for the event, but there is a $10 per car on-site parking fee. With each parking ticket attached will be $3 in FREE food and beverage tickets per car.
There will be concessions as well as a DJ and live music. Carry-on food and beverage is not allowed.
The heats begin at 10 a.m. and the last one starts about 2 p.m.
The event takes place on the hills in front of Powder Ridge and behind, in areas you have never before seen.
Come on out for a day of entertainment and fun.
For further details, refer to the ad elsewhere in this issue.
Saturday, Aug. 3, the 5-K Run began at 7:30 a.m. as part of the Kraut ’N Wurst celebration in Watkins. The photo is of the many runners who participated. Submitted photo.
The 2013 Kraut ’N Wurst Button Raffle winners are:
Al Haus, Kimball $1,000
Jeremy Brutger, Hanover $100
Brad Fischer, Kimball $100
Shirley LaPenatiere, Red River, N.M. $100
Sue Unterberger, Watkins $100
Dylan Walz, Watkins $100
Connie Mathies, Watkins $100
Rob Pederson, Watkins$ 100
Bryan “Tiny” Landwehr, Watkins $100
Tina Holthaus, Watkins $100
Mandy Reikofski, Watkins $100
Last summer, Eden Valley held its first “Music in the Valley” concert. Hairball performed on a beautiful summer evening on the Eden Valley Elementary school fields. The event was a fundraiser for the brand-new, independent Eden Valley Area Library.
As a first-time effort, no one knew quite what to expect. It was well attended, everyone enjoyed it, and money was raised for the library.
This year’s concert is being billed as “Mid-Summer Blast.” The nationally known band Warrant, an ’80s hard-rock band, will blast the valley.
Gates will open at 5, with music beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10. Other performers will be Dirtee Circus, Helforstout, Crimson Edge, and the local group Royal Boyz. The entire performance is for age 18+.
All proceeds from the event will go to Eden Valley’s Healthy Community Partnership group; the new library is one of the main projects launched by the HCP group.
Tickets are available online at www.evec22.org or can be purchased at Eden Valley City Hall or at Ugly Tom’s in Eden Valley. Advance tickets are $15; tickets at the gate will be $25.