Free Concert in the Park and Prize Wheel

The community is invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony tonight, August 2, at the new playground at Memorial Park in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. After the ribbon cutting there will be a free concert in the park featuring Danny V’s 52nd Street Band and spins on the Prize Wheel from eMedical Urgent Care.

Danny V’s 52nd Street Band is a full-scale, 6-piece, live concert show, re-creating the performances of arguably the greatest rock and roll keyboard player ever — the “Piano Man”… Billy Joel.

The ribbon cutting begins in Memorial Park tonight a 7 p.m. with the concert following at 7:30 p.m. The free concert in the park series is presented by the Berkeley Heights Recreation Commission.

Ohio State Fair Spins into Week Two

The Ohio State Fair has started its second week. The Columbus fair has been a favorite family tradition since 1850.

The two-week annual event includes a variety of activities and exhibits including interactive educational activities, sporting competitions, a fine arts show, entertainment stages, petting zoo, helicopter rides, farm animal delivery room, roving performers, agricultural competitions, more than 60 fun rides, horse shows, an eight-acre natural resources park with free kiddie fishing and hundreds of food vendors.

Prize Wheel spinner talks with AARP Ohio

The event also includes local business booths in the Marketplace like AARP Ohio. The non-profit organization offered Prize Wheel spinners backpacks, tote bags, fans and t-shirts.

spinners line up for the Prize Wheel

Attendance for the Ohio State Fair was 982,305 in 2015, the highest 12-day attendance on record. The event runs through August 6 at the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair at 717 East 17th Avenue.

Edmonds Police, Snohomish Emergency Management and the Prize Wheel

On Thursday, July 27, Edmonds Police Foundation, along with the Edmonds Police Department, held an open house for the community in Edmonds, Washington.

The event attracted hundreds of people downtown to the child-friendly displays, including a police car and motorcycle, fire engine and a Prize Wheel from Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management. Inside, there were guided tours of the police department, plus displays of various department programs.

Kids were also encouraged to take part in a coloring contest. Each child that took part was given a small gift and  entered into a raffle for a special basket full of goodies.

First to Five Night with Spins from 76

Tomorrow, July 29, the LA Galaxy will host First to Five Night at StubHub Center in Carson, California. The Galaxy will face the Seattle Sounders FC at 7 p.m. as they celebrate players from each of the club’s record five MLS Cup-winning teams.

July 29 at 7: First in Five Night

Gas chain 76 will be one of the sponsors on hand at SoccerFest, which takes place outside the stadium gates. They will have a prize wheel, interactive inflatable and lots of freebies.

View of StubHub Center

The First to Five Night match is presented by Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Former players Mike Magee, Todd Dunivant, Kevin Hartman and Mauricio Cienfuegos, each of whom played an integral part in one of the Galaxy MLS Cup wins, are scheduled to be part of the event.

Saturday Block Party Includes Prize Wheel

On Saturday, July 29, you will find the Prize Wheel at THE BLOCK, a biannual street party in downtown Beverly, Massachusetts. The event will take place during Beverly Homecoming from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., one block off Cabot Street – from Pond to Federal streets.

crowds lined up at block party in Beverly, MA

Everyone is welcome to attend THE BLOCK, but since alcohol will be served, it is an event more geared toward adults; there will not be any kids’ activities.

There will be live music on the Pond Street stage from Rule of 3 and Kühnsland Band. DJ Andrea Stamas will also play at Ellis Square. Food will be available from various local restaurants, and 105.7 WROR will be offering prizes on the prize wheel.

Give Blood and Take a Spin on the Prize Wheel

On Friday, July 28, the Oklahoma Blood Institute will hold a blood drive in Coweta, Oklahoma. Donors will get to spin the Prize Wheel for special gifts.

In addition to a spin on the wheel, donors will receive a “Keep it Local” 40th anniversary t-shirt and a voucher for two free admissions to Safari Joe’s H2O Water Park in Tulsa.

While all blood types are needed, donors with O-negative are particularly asked to support the cause. It is the universal type that can be used at an accident scene or emergency department when there is not time to identify a patient’s type.

To sign up or learn more, visit the Oklahoma Blood Institute.