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If you are out and about, stop downtown and check out the amazing sculptures being installed! Two are up and there are two more to go! (There are "sneak peaks" below) You can meet the artists at a public reception at the T. Furth Center at 5pm. Tonight!! ... See moreSee less

If you are out and about, stop downtown and check out the amazing sculptures being installed!  Two are up and there are two more to go! (There are “sneak peaks” below) You can meet the artists at a public reception at the T. Furth Center at 5pm. Tonight!!

 

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We will be back on June 28th from Canada for our 2nd visit in a month. We loved it so much we are coming back again.

It is going to be a great weekend in Angola!! A group of beautiful historic Pierce-Arrow cars will be downtown on Friday morning at 9am. (They are holding their annual meeting at Pokagon this week) You won't want to miss Bourbon Gentlemen at Commons Park on Friday night for a FREE concert and the Mayor's Arts Council will be unveiling sculptures in Downtown Angola on Saturday afternoon!
Check out the flyers below for more information!
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It is going to be a great weekend in Angola!!  A group of beautiful historic Pierce-Arrow cars will be downtown on Friday morning at 9am. (They are holding their annual meeting  at Pokagon this week)  You wont want to miss Bourbon Gentlemen at Commons Park on Friday night for a FREE concert and the Mayors Arts Council will be unveiling sculptures in Downtown Angola on Saturday afternoon!  
Check out the flyers below for more information!

A message from our MS4 Coordinator, Kris Thomas.......

It's time for billboard storm water pollution prevention education message #2!! Not as cute as our puppy fairy but very informative!! :)
There certainly hasn't been a shortage of rain so everyone's lawns have been growing like crazy!!! We see all kinds of grass clippings ending up in the street. What a lot of people don't realize is all of those clippings end up getting washed or blown down storm drains on purpose or naturally after a rain event. Once in the storm drain system, these clippings and other yard wastes can cause a couple of problems. They can reduce the amount of storm water that can move through the system, which in turn could lead to water backing up on local roadways. Storm water that should have moved quickly through the storm water system could then result in high water on roads and possibly other flooding issues. Once again, storm drains are a direct route to our local waterways. Grass clippings can end up in lakes, streams, and rivers where they then decompose into nutrients. These nutrients cause uncontrolled growth of aquatic weeds and algae, which can lead to fish dying in mass quantities. Keep grass clippings on your lawn where they will naturally decompose and fertilize.
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A message from our MS4 Coordinator, Kris Thomas.......

It’s time for billboard storm water pollution prevention education message #2!!  Not as cute as our puppy fairy but very informative!!  :)
There certainly hasn’t been a shortage of rain so everyone’s lawns have been growing like crazy!!!  We see all kinds of grass clippings ending up in the street.  What a lot of people don’t realize is all of those clippings end up getting washed or blown down storm drains on purpose or naturally after a rain event.  Once in the storm drain system, these clippings  and other yard wastes can cause a couple of problems.  They can reduce the amount of storm water that can move through the system, which in turn could lead to water backing up on local roadways.  Storm water that should have moved quickly through the storm water system could then result in high water on roads and possibly other flooding issues.   Once again, storm drains are a direct route to our local waterways.  Grass clippings can end up in lakes, streams, and rivers where they then decompose into nutrients.  These nutrients cause uncontrolled growth of aquatic weeds and algae, which can lead to fish dying in mass quantities.  Keep grass clippings on your lawn where they will naturally decompose and fertilize.

**PIG OUT IN THE PARK**

FREE Community appreciation lunch tomorrow (6/7) @ the Selman Timber Frame from 11am - 1pm hosted by the Angola Parks and Recreation Department and the Angola Park Board!! Don't miss your chance to do some community networking, to hear about upcoming events at the park and for FREE FOOD!!
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**PIG OUT IN THE PARK**

FREE Community appreciation lunch tomorrow (6/7) @ the Selman Timber Frame from 11am - 1pm hosted by the Angola Parks and Recreation Department and the Angola Park Board!!  Dont miss your chance to do some community networking, to hear about upcoming events at the park and for FREE FOOD!!
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