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May 9, 2014

Farmers Market and Movie on the Lawn today

Main Street Greensburg

Main Street Greensburg invites the community to join in the first Summer Farmers’ Market this season on Friday, May 9, downtown in the parking lot on the south side of the Decatur County Courthouse. The summer market occurs weekly on Fridays from 2 to 6 p.m. The Farmer’s Market continues weekly. In addition, Main Street Greensburg is partnering with the YMCA to hold fitness classes on the lawn on the second Friday of the month and is working with the local 4-H director to have demonstration booths set-up during the market. Decatur County Memorial Hospital is sponsoring $1 Kids Gift Certificates, handed out to kids 12 and under on Friday only to promote buying local (redeemable with the Market Master). The Junk in the Trunk event, a fundraising event where people sell yard sale type items out of their car, will be held Downtown on the second Friday of the month from 4 to 8 p.m.

Friday is also the kick-off date for the Second Friday: Movie on the Lawn series. Movies are held on the east side of the Courthouse lawn and begin at dusk. Everyone is encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and come out for an enjoyable evening Downtown. Main Street Greensburg’s presenting sponsors this year include Wolf Theatres, First Federal Savings and Loan and the Greensburg Daily News. The advocate sponsor is ETC and our friend sponsor is Prime Lending. Other sponsors include Doerflinger Insurance and Susie Ricke State Farm, who will be providing snack and drinks at the movies! The movie schedule is as follows:

May 9: The Sandlot

June 13: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

July 11: Despicable Me 2

August 8: Hook

September 12: Shrek

October 10: Star Wars (Episode: IV A New Hope)

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