Even if you aren't in a shopping mood, the entire event should be enjoyable to walk through.
On Saturday, there will be a demonstration of an old-time method of tanning deer hide using cooked brains. Wilcher said one man is coming from Illinois just because that craft is being demonstrated.
Sea gull sighting
The sea gulls are here, the sea gulls are here.
Recently, a woman was driving to Danville on U.S. 127 when she spotted a sea gull in Casey County.
The sea gull was being chased by a great blue heron, which she described as huge. The gull escaped.
"It was the first time I've seen a sea gull in Casey County, but I don't think it could have been anything else."
Random Act of Kindness
Darlene Chambers has already received a good dose of Christmas blessings.
About a week ago, she was at the Southtown Center having a medical test. In her purse was her planning book and inside that she had tucked the envelope containing the money from her pay check she had just cashed.
It wasn't until she got home that she realized her planner and the cash had dropped out somewhere along the way. She retraced her steps, but no planner, no cash.
Then her niece, who is listed in the book as a contact person, called. She had been contacted by a person trying to find Chambers to report that the planner and money was safe.
The woman had been at Southtown at the same time as Chambers. When the woman left, she and her husband found the planning book and the money in the parking lot.
"I was so happy," Chambers said. "I just want people to know there are good, honest Christian people out there. ... They would not take anything."
If you have a Pet Peeve or Random Act of Kindness you want to share, mail them to me at P.O. Box 149, Danville, 40423-0149; call me at 236-2551 or (800) 428-0409; or reach me through e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.