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Section I ECHO/Page 5 ELY SATURDAYt AUGUST 24t 2019 Late-summer arts and craft show set for Sept. 6-8 at Whiteside Park by Tom Coombe Ely's major summer events - includ- ing the annual Blueberry~Art Festival and the American Legion Baseball State Tournament - have come and gone. But summer isn't over yet, not by a longshot, and plans are coming into place for the community's annual "end of summer and change of season celebration." That would be the Harvest Moon Festival, now inits 26th year. This year's edition is slated for Sept. 6-8 at Ely's Whiteside Park and will include three days packed with arts and crafts booths, live music and stage shows, pony rides with a petting blueberry pie available with or without during Harvest Moon weekend. zoo, and plenty of food and beverage ice cream, by the slice or even by the It all kicks off Friday with Timmy options, entire pie. Haus, who performs a variety of genres Sponsored by the Ely Chamber of On the middle day of the festival from Paul Simon to Johnny Cash and Commerce, the Harvest Moon Festi- is a fall-themed Harvest Market, filled more. A Northwoods' solo artist with val compares in some respects to the with baskets of chrysanthemums, and a wonderful voice, Timmy has become July Blueberry/Art Festival, but on a fresh produce such as tomatoes, fresh a much sought-after Minnesota artist. smaller scale, dill, cucumbers and more. On Sunday, Sept. 8, the festival A Chamber news release, issued Artisan and ethnic breads, bagels welcomes one of Ely's favorite singing earlier in the week, offers a sneak pre- and rolls, and Fifinish baked goods groups, The Singing Slovenes, for two view of what to expect in 2019. such as tarts, cardamom bread, and performances. This non-profit group Arts and crafts exhibitors will fill apple strudel are among the options, was formed to promote the Slovenian much of the park, with an estimated Visitors can also take home some fresh heritage through native costume and 125 vendors lined up for this year's Minnesota-grown eggs or meat such song. The Singing Slovenes will per- event, as beef, pork, chicken, lamb and goat. form from 11 a.m. to noon and again The Harvest Moon Festival is ajur- Entertainment is also a focal point from 1 to 2 p.m on the final day of led art and craft festival and is host to a of the festival, with the "All-Star Stunt the festival. Their guest performer this variety oforiginal artisans and crafters. Dogs Challenge" back for another year. year is Kerry Christensen the "Yodel- Before or after browsing and per- Starring dogs that have been res- ing Master." haps buying, festival-goers have an cued from pounds and shelters, the Willow River Ranch will be back abundance of food items to choose show features the dogs performing with their ponies, with rides available from, including Asian cuisine, gyros, awesome big air stunts, athletic feats all three days. While waiting to ride, specialty drinks, brats, hamburgers, andhigh-jumping challenges. Two, 30 the kids can enjoy visiting the petting barbecue, fries and cheese curds, minute shows are scheduled each day zoo and feeding the goats. After selling out during the Blu- with an opportunity after each show to The hours for the festival are Friday berry/ArtFestival, Ely's KiwanisClub meet and greet, and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and returns with its specialty- fresh baked Music also plays a prominent role Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31 3-7 p.m. at Mike Loe's House 1305 E. Main Street, Ely Food and Beverages Provided Everyone welcome! Hollis Kent Turnbull was born August 7th to Blaine & Alex Turnbull in Maple Grove, MN. Hollis is the grandson of Mi/ e & Pare Turnbull of Ely, MN and the great-grandson of Rod & l otsie Lee of Ely, MN. 424 E Sheridan St. Beth Rykken, Realtor info@zupnorth.com Kim Borgeson, Realtor zupnarth.com Sara Powell, Realtor Norma Jean Jofs, Realtor Ely: 3115-8822 Joyce Giblin, Realtor Andrea Zupancich, Broker Harry Drabik, Realtor Jan Erchul, Assoc. Broker Misty Merhar, Realtor NEW LISTING! New to the market, this large home has much potential. 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When your doctor orders an MRI, choose EBCH You have a choice when it comes to where to have your N1RI--and there's no better choice than EBCH, Our new onsite IvlRI is available five days a week, is operated by certified IVlRI technologists, and is interpreted by a board- certified radiologist. Best of a[[, your results wi[[ be available the next day. Ety-Btoomenson Community Hospital. GET IT ALL AT EBCH. Visit ebch.org for more information or cat[ 218-365-8737 to schedule your N1RI today, For application information contact: Jamie Boes, Human Resources 200 W Conan Street, Ely, MN 55731 218-365-8733 or e-mail: jboes@boundarywaterscc.com CHURCH DIRECTORY ;iret Presbyterian Church Oasis Int'l .>26 E. Harvey St 365-5130. Meets at Ely Senior Center Rev. Corey Larsen Pastor Sunday service 10 a.m 11:00 a.m. Sunday Worship Service Fellowship at 9:30 a.m. Pastor Cherish Knudson, 235-1151 Berean Baptist Church (SBC) 2281 Old Hwy. 169, PO Box 149, Ely Grace Lutheran Church, ELCA 365-5413, www.baptistchurchely.com 301 E. Conan St 365-5605. SS, 9:00 a.m Worship, t0:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Worship Service, Staffed Wednesday Bible Study, 7 p.m. Nursery and Sunday School following Ely Gospel Tabernacle, Worship Service, (Eavangelical & Pentecostal) Holy Communion Every Sunday Corner of S. Central & AIlaire St. First Lutheran Church, (LCMS) Pastor Tim Cook, 365-5272 915 E. Camp St 365,3348, Pastor Jonathan Varns 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Service Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Wed. Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. Wed. Youth Programs: 6:30 p.m. Ely United Methodist Church Praise Fellowship 305 E. Camp Street, 365-3355. 302 E. BoundarySt Ely, 365-6033 Sunday Service 10 a.m. praisefellowship0.wixsite.com/ praisefellowship St. Anthony's Cathoflc Church ,) a.m. Sunday Bible Study 231 E. Camp St, Ely- 365-4017 10 a.m. Sunday Praise Worship www.stanthonysely.org New Pastor: Robert Barclay Mass: Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 am Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30 pm Youth Programs on Wednesday "Like us on Facebook" SL Mary's Episcopal Church 7t5 S. Central Ave, 218-409-6870 9:30 Sunday Communion Service LedgeRock Community Church 1515 E. Camp St 365-4890. Sun. Worship 9:30 a.m.; fellowship 10:45; Sunday school 11:15 a.m. J