"The Mostly Complete History Of Pine Island", a melodrama produced by PAPA (Pine Area People for the Arts) and written by one of its members, will be performed at the Olde Pine Theater in town on May 18, 19, at 7pm and May 20 at 2pm. Tickets are $10.00 and may be purchased at the door or in advance at the Pine Island Bank, the Better Brew Coffeehouse or the Pine Island Public Library. Advance ticket purchase is advised in the event of a sellout. Questions may be sent to Myra Murray, 507-269-7759 or firstname.lastname@example.orgMay is Heritage Preservation Month, so the Pine Island Area Historical Society is planning a "Photo Identification Event" on Saturday, May 19 from 9 AM until 12 Noon at the Pine Island Area History Center. Come and share your old photos of Pine Island - city, events and people - or just come to enjoy the photos others bring. We would like to make copies of your photos for our archives. This will be done onsite, so your photos will be returned to you that day. If you have photos of people/events that you cannot identify, we can work together to make those identifications. A special exhibit of old and new cameras is being planned, and refreshments will be served. We are going to spend the morning having fun reminiscing and enjoying the fellowship of all who come to share/celebrate our special heritage. Please join us.
During the Pine Island Cheese Festival on June 8, 9, and 10, the Pine Island Area History Center, 314 N. Main St., will be holding open house from 12 Noon until 5 PM each day. Special displays in the new addition will recognize Lucille Hassler's many talents. Various other interesting displays will be arranged throughout the house. Come and see (hint: Hint: Q and A stands for "quilts and aprons")!
Pine Island Area Historical Society will hold their Annual Ice Cream Social in conjunction with PAPA (Pine Island People for the Arts) and featuring the old-time dance music of The Polka Dots on Sunday, August 5, at the Historic Creamery.
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