The Prize Wheel is just one of the many fun things you will find at the 2017 Greenport Community Day. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 23 at Greenport Town Park on Joslen Boulevard in Greenport, New York.
There will be activities for all ages, including a coloring contest, harvest dash, rock climbing wall, pumpkin painting, face painting, bounce houses and slides, craft vendors, chinese auction, raffle for bicycles and furniture, a 50/50 raffle and a special appearance by Tots the Clown.
You will find additional entertainment with music from SouthBound, 2017 Miss New York State Outstanding Teen Asia Hickman will perform her talent on the Saxophone, the gymnasts from Flach Gymnastics will be performing and Oldies 93.5 Bill Williams and his Prize Wheel will be on hand.
Oklahoma City’s News 9 will be spinning the Prize Wheel at the Oklahoma State Fair every day from September 14 to 24.
All visitors at the News 9 booth 18 years of age or younger can spin the News 9 Prize Wheel to win great prizes. Adults who donate $3 or more to the Food for Kids initiative can spin the wheel for News 9 gear and enter to win a gas giveaway to win $1,000 in gas.
Visit the News 9 booth from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. for a chance to meet your favorite News 9 anchors, reporters, meteorologists and storm trackers.
Dardenne Prairie Day will feature live entertainment, children’s activities, the Prize Wheel, carnival games, exhibitions by local groups and great food. The community event will be held September 23 at City Hall Park in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri.
In addition to the Prize Wheel, you will find Skee Ball, a coloring contest, Zoltar fortune teller, giveaways, trivia and games at the BJC Fairgrounds. A rock wall, bounce houses, slides, inflatable obstacle courses, face painting and balloon artists will also be at the kid zone.
The annual event is held in Dardenne Prairie, located in eastern Missouri. The city has an estimated population of 13,329 as of 2016.
Prize Wheel spinners were rewarded with Sharpies, gift cards and Coke prizes during last week’s Bowling Green State University’s Campus Fest. BGSU Dining offered students an opportunity to spin the wheel during the event on August 31.
Each year, over 300 student organizations, local merchants, community partners, and University offices host a table to promote their involvement and engagement opportunities available for students during Campus Fest.
Bowling Green University is located in Bowling Green, Ohio.
On Saturday, September 2, the Overdrive Digital Bookmobile will be making its way to the Brentwood Library in Brentwood, Tennessee. Readers will also be able to take a spin on the Prize Wheel from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 42-foot-long bookmobile is coming to Brentwood as part of the Digital Bookmobile National Tour, which stretches from Texas all the way to Canada. It is intended to familiarize library card holders with the ins and outs of utilizing their library’s digital book collections.
Brentwood Library staff and OverDrive experts will be at to help visitors become comfortable with browsing and borrowing from the library’s digital collections. A Gadget Gallery will be on board the bookmobile to give library patrons the opportunity to explore various e-reading devices.
In addition to spins on the Prize Wheel, visitors who tour the Digital Bookmobile will be entered into a giveaway for a Kindle Paperwhite e-reader.
Dunkin’ Donuts has been traveling around Maine offering free coffee and spins on the Prize Wheel.
We’ve seen the Prize Wheel popping up at locations on the Dunkin’ Maine Twitter page.
The Wheel has featured some great prizes, including socks, key chains, beach towels, gift cards and coffee tumblers.
The 27th annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival took place on August 20, and the Prize Wheel was there. Sontava! Hot Sauce fired up hot sauce lovers with spins on the Wheel.
Sontava!’s signature hot sauces feature “a thick, all-vegetable blend of fire and flavor that’s unlike all those other watered-down hot sauces”.
At the heart of the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival was the hot sauce contest. The blind-tasting competition for individuals, restaurants, and commercial bottlers was conducted by top chefs, food writers, and notable personalities.
The festival took place at Fiesta Gardens in Austin. Admission to the event was free with a donation of three nonperishable food items. All foods were donated to the Central Texas Food Bank.