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What to do tomorrow if the world doesn’t end
Well, Village people, we’ve got good news and bad news.
First the bad: the world may end tomorrow. There’s just no getting around it.
But on the plus side, if Family Radio’s Harold Camping somehow managed to miscalculate Judgment Day yet again, there are a lot of really great activities planned for tomorrow:
- First, Prairie Village will hold a formal rededication ceremony for Franklin Park from 10 a.m.-noon. The event will include a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. followed by a live performance from children’s musician Funky Mama. There will be games, refreshments, a PV frisbee giveaway for attendees, and a drawing for a family pass to the Prairie Village public pool.
- Speaking of which…the pool officially
opens for the season tomorrow at 11 a.m. (We had this wrong — the pool opens NEXT SATURDAY, May 28, not tomorrow. But there is water in it…so it still might be a good place to wait out the fire and brimstone in a pinch).
- And finally, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry will join former University of Tennessee football standout Inky Johnson at Sole Patch babershop at Corinth Square for a book signing from noon to 4 p.m. Berry wears 29 as his jersey number in honor of Johnson, who has a paralyzed right arm from an injury he suffered playing for the Volunteers. A biography of Johnson has recently been published.
Anyway. Sure to be an eventful weekend no matter which way things break…
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