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Entertainment CalendarAugustWed. & Sat.: Farmer’s Market, Battle Creek, Festival Market Square, 9-1pm, (269) 720-2279, www.battlecreekfarmersmarket. com/about-the-battle-creek-farmers-market.Saturdays: Marshall Farmer’s Market, 8-1pm.Now-19: 169th Annual Calhoun County Fair, Calhoun County Fairgrounds, Marshall, Times vary, Franke Center Children’sTheatre Audition Workshop with Jocelyn France, Franke Center for the Arts, Marshall, Times vary, (269) 274-5795, Maximize Your Eclipse Experience,Willard Library – Meeting Room, Battle Creek, 6:30-7:30pm, (269) 968-8166, Consumer Education Presentation,Village of Mill Creek, Battle Creek, 1pm, (269) 962-0605.Events in August & September18-19: Mandolin Summit, Franke Center for the Arts, Marshall, 7:30pm, (269) 781- 0001, Tour De Zoo, Binder Park Zoo,Battle Creek, 5-9pm, (269) 979-1351, Steven Rinella – “MeatEater,Pennfield High School Auditorium, Battle Creek, 7pm, Friday Night at the Mansion – Governor’s Mansion Museum, Marshall, 6-8pm (269) 781-5260, Charitable Union Celebrates 130 Years – City-Wide Back-to-School Fair, Battle Creek Central High School, 3-7pm, (269) 964-7234.September6: Comedy Night, Cornwell’s Turkeyville, Marshall, 7pm, (269) 781-4293, & 10: 54th Annual MarshallHistoric Home Tour, Downtown Marshall, 9-5pm, (269) 781-8544, Civil War Ball and Social Event,Marshall Historical Society, Marshall, 7pm (269) 781-8544, Bob Milne, Franke Center forthe Arts, Marshall, 8pm, (269) 781-0001, AAUW’s Used Book Sale, Riverwalk Center- Basement Tower 3, Battle Creek, 10-6pm, (269) 731-3499, Festival of the Forks,Downtown Albion, All Day, (517) 629-5533, up... HEALTH: Focus on Chronic ConditionsArea businesses and organizations wanting to be included in this issue will be provided the opportunity to submit an article, which will appear with their paid, third-page ad.Call Cyd Deane at(269) 979-1411 ext 303or email at... Miles for Memories Community Stroll, Wave Square, Downtown Battle Creek, 10-1:30pm (269) 979-1412, 42 NO. 09futuriessuesNext month Scene Magazine dedi- cates its pages to our second “Health Issue.” The focus of editorials willbe about chronic conditions suchas Alzheimer’s disease, Autoim- mune diseases and Leaky Gut. Each year in Scene, local health institutions and organizations contribute articles that discuss new innovations and issues in the health industry.IN TWO MONTHS:VETERANS ISSUEBACK-TO-SCHOOL! I SCENE 4208 5

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