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10th Annual Sunflower Sale
 

SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, July 20th
9:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. (or until sold out)
108 N. West St, Bellevue 


2019 will mark the 10th year for the Bellevue Historical Society's sunflower fundraising event.
This year the sale will be held at the Society’s office at 108 North West Street, Bellevue. Since many of our flower shoppers have never seen the collection of Bellevue artifacts that BHS preserves and maintains, they can visit the Society’s office to take a look at some examples while picking up flowers.

Many thanks to Liz Kile for hosting the sale for the past nine years at the Golden Acorn and to the wonderful volunteers that have added to the success of past sales: Sandy Keller, Mary Magyar, Kerry Fenn, Alicia Robles, and Mary Mitchell. Anne Burkhart has donated beautiful and tasty sunflower cookies which are always a big hit.  George and Sandy Peacock have provided dinnerplate-sized sunflowers to add a special touch.

We are addressing quality issues with the flowers that were supplied last year, by working with different suppliers and growers. We will have FRESH and BEAUTIFUL sunflowers in typical colors and some different colors.  As usual, you can buy a stem, a prearranged bouquet, or bring your vase and flowers will be added. Annie will be bringing in those sunflower cookies.

SAVE THE DATE Saturday, July 20 from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. (or until sold out) at 108 North West Street, Bellevue.
Funds raised will benefit the restoration project of the Tremont House
 

4th Annual Bellevue Historical Society Garage Sale
 

Dates:  May 17th and 18th, 2019
Location:  Former Sports Hut Building - 938 W. Main St - Bellevue


Hours:
Friday, May 17th,  10am - 5pm
Saturday, May 18th, 10am - 3pm


Donations Welcome
Donations of gently used items are greatly appreciated.  They may be dropped off at the Sports Hut building on Thursday, May 9 from 10 am to 1 pm and from 5 pm to 7 pm, or on Saturday, May 11 from 10 am to 1 pm.  Please let us know if help is needed to move large or heavy items. 
Other arrangements for drop offs may be made by calling Mary at 419-483-5727 or Jeannie at 419-483-5789. 
Smaller items will be received at Hunter’s Needs, 1831 W. Main Street, Bellevue.   Donated items will not be returned.  

 


 

 

 

 

 

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3rd annual Harvest Barn Dance

 

DATE:  Saturday, September 28th
TIME:  6pm - 10pm

LOCATION:  Schaeffer Barn in conjunction with the Historic Lyme Village

Join us when Jim Andrews, local artist and historian, will present this fasinating program on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 2PM at the Bellevue Society for the Arts, located at 205 Maples Street in Bellevue.

Jim will illustrate his talk with his original paintings of historic but doomed ships of the Great Lakes.  Jim's exhaustive research and amazing talent bring these stories to life and vividly show the rigors of life aboard both sailing ships and steamships.

Join us as Jim has a surprise in store - one of the ships has a local connection.  You need to hear him tell this story!  Jim's narrative and artistic skills are well known in the area.  His paintings have been diaplayed in galleries and shows all over the world.

Jim is a founding member and guiding light of the local Co-Op Art Gallery, Art@106.  
This is a fundraising event with $20.00 tickets available at the door.  

Yummy hors d'oeuvres and beverages from our local Copper Top Bake Shop will be provided.