All New Harpeth River Ride 2017 in Franklin, June 2 – 3

June 02 – June 03, 2017

Join us for a fun weekend of cycling at the annual Harpeth River Ride starting Friday June 2nd – Saturday June 3th in Franklin, Tennessee. Hosted by the Harpeth Bicycle Club and presenting sponsor Mars Petcare, the Harpeth River Ride offers an epic cycling experience for bicyclists of all skill levels. Choose from four routes – 15, 44, 66 and 100 miles – traveling throughout the scenic, rural landscape of Middle Tennesee. All routes are fully supported by well-stocked rest stops, clearly marked directions and top-notch SAG. Afterward, enjoy a delicious lunch and share ride stories with your friends. There’s a reason cyclists return to the Harpeth River Ride year-after-year, it’s an event not to be missed!


Williamson County AgEXPO Park
4125 Long Lane
Franklin, TN 37064


2017 Policy Ride in Nashville, May 31

Date: May 31, 2017

Time: 7:30 am

Walk Bike Nashville and the Mayor’s Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee invite you to join us for the third annual Nashville Bike Policy Ride. This 5 mile ride will leave from the east side of the Siegenthaler Pedestrian Bridge.

This ride seeks to highlight successes and challenges for bike infrastructure in Nashville. There will be various speakers along the route to share information about how policy and infrastructure impact the safety and comfort of our bikeways network.

Coffee and pastries will be provided starting at 7 am, and the ride will depart sharply at 7:30 am.

Bicycles and helmets are required. If you do not have a bicycle, please request the B-Cycle ticket and we will provide one for you.

Location: John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, Nashville, TN 37213

Contact: 615-379-7252


The Vine Affair at Balboa Park, June 2

Date: June 02, 2017

Time: 6:00 pm


Indulge in Balboa Park with our first annual wine festival. Taste exquisite wines and delicious tapas, experience exceptional art, and enjoy live music.

Museum Scene

Experience superb wine while exploring five different museums. Participating institutions include: San Diego Art Institute, The Conservancy vis-à-vis The Prado Restaurant, San Diego Model Railroad Museum, San Diego History Center, and the Fleet Science Center.

Sip & Wine

Enjoy wineries from local to international, and enjoy unique and surprising vintages.

Art That’s Hot

Explore fine art, experimental art, and special art installations.

Envelop Your Senses

Experience music like Spanish guitar, jazz, and something unexpected.

Nosh on Tapas and Canapés

Artisanal tastes from local San Diego eateries including creameries, bakeries, Spanish tapas, charcuterie, paella, chocolates, and more.

Wine Education

Hear from a master Sommelier, learn from an experienced vintner, and enjoy savory food pairings.

Learn more about the event at

Balboa Park
1549 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 239-0512

Legends of the Spring, UCSD Lacrosse Masters League, May 31 – June 21

May 31 – June 21, 2017

Welcome to San Diego’s first and only Master’s Level Lacrosse League (Ages 33+) and San Diego’s newest Lacrosse Tradition. Games will be on 4 consecutive weeks of Wednesday nights (5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/21). Games will start at 7:45 pm. The league will offer a structured lacrosse atmosphere. Teams will be formed on site each day by stick draw.

All games are officiated by certified collegiate referees, Old Man rules apply, and hitting at our age will not be allowed.


Muir Field – UCSD Campus
Scholars Dr. South
San Diego, CA 92161


Mad Hatter Garden Party at Hamill House Museum in Georgetown, June 2

Date: June 02, 2017

Time: 5:30 pm

Come enjoy an evening with friends at the Hamill House. Wear your craziest, funniest, or fanciest hat for a chance to win a prize. Enjoy food, drinks, games, and live entertainment. There will be fun for the whole family, so bring the kiddos along and plan on having a great time!

Hamill House Museum
305 Argentine Street
Georgetown, CO 80444

Memorial Day Murph Workout at Waterton Fitness Center, May 31

Date: May 31, 2017

Time: 7:00 am

Memorial Day Workout to honor Navy LT Michael Murphy and the sacrifices of those who have served our country. 100% of proceeds will go to the Fisher House Foundation.

The “as prescribed” workout will take well-conditioned competitors around 1 hour to complete:

hkjkhk1 mile run
100 pullups
200 pushups
300 squats
1 mile run

A “modified” Murph will also be offered for those not ready to attempt the full workout:

1 mile run
100 pushups
200 squats
1 mile run

Competitors may choose to begin anytime during each 2 hour block option. The exercises (besides the run) do not need to be completed consecutively – they may be broken up. Please check-in with the representative outside the Waterton Fitness Center by the pull-up bars. Non fitness center members will need to fill out a liability waiver.

Note: this event is only for badged employees with access to the Lockheed Martin Waterton campus.

Please contact Capt JJ LaBouliere with questions: or 303-971-5603.

Waterton Fitness Center
12257 S Wadsworth Blvd.
Littleton, CO 80127

Edcamp Region 16 Amarillo, June 8

Date: June 08, 2017

Time: 8:00 am

What is edcamp? Edcamp is an open, free “unconference” committed to reaching all educators in public, private, charter, and higher education with innovative learning using pioneering technologies and instructional strategies to transform teaching for all students. This participant-driven event will provide organic professional learning experiences for educators from all over the Texas Panhandle. Come be a part of the discussion about education topics that interest you. Participants help decide what we learn for the day.

Bring your own device.

Location: 5800 Bell Street, Amarillo, TX 79109

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Yellow City Sounds Live at Gilvin Broadcast Center, June 2

Date: June 02, 2017

Time: 7:00 pm

Yellow City Sounds Live, FM90, Panhandle PBS and Amarillo College present Sadie’s Rangers in concert on Friday, June 2! This show will take place in Panhandle PBS studios, located at 2408 S. Jackson St, on the Washington St. campus of Amarillo College. The doors will open at 6:30, and the show will start at 7:00. We will be broadcasting live on FM90, streaming live at and, and filming for future use on Panhandle PBS.

Yellow City Sounds Live is made possible through support from Big Bend Brewing Company, The Gilliland Family Foundation and Marilyn and Ed Van Petten.

More About the Band

Sadie’s Rangers were born in the backyard of Ronnie Fleming. What began as a few good friends sharing their songs with each other over wine soon became a regular weekly event featuring an ever growing pool of talented musicians and songwriters. The members of Sadie’s Rangers have a long history in the Amarillo scene in other bands like The Groobees, The Average Joes, The Flying Elbows & The Geriatric Strollers. Rangers gigs are few and far between, so don’t miss this opportunity for a great evening of live music.

Gilvin Broadcast Center
South Jackson Street
Amarillo, TX 79109

DIY Sign Making Party in Deerfield, June 2

Date: June 02, 2017

Time: 7:00 pm

Come make a wonderful sign to decorate your home that you build and paint from scratch in a couple hours in a fun party atmosphere. You choose the design, we supply all the paint, stain, wood, hardware, expertise you need to make your own personal sign. Go home with a beautiful sign or wall hanging you created yourself! It’s easy and fun! Even kids can do it.

  • Wood Signs; $50 including tax, any size or style.
  • Reclaimed Windows; $50 including tax, assorted sizes available, subject to availability.
  • Mirror wall hangings; $60.00 including tax, assorted sizes available, subject to availability.
  • Framed Glass Art; by request. We’ll help you choose a size and style. Cost $60 each.
  • Stretched Canvas wall hangings;
  1. 12″ X 12″ $50 including tax
  2. 16″ X 20″ $50 including tax
  3. 20″X24″ $55 including tax

Location: 27 North Main Street, Deerfield, WI 53531

Call Jodell at 608-764-1332 or email with any questions.

2nd Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium in Milwaukee, June 1st – 3rd

June 01 – June 03, 2017

The Dairy Cattle Welfare Council is proud to invite to the Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium. This symposium will bring together industry leaders to discuss best recommended practices of animal care and their implementation and dairy cattle welfare with focus on public relations, community outreach, and interaction with animal rights advocacy groups. The roster of speakers includes several dairymen and dairy managers that will discuss routine welfare challenges observed in dairy operations.

Agenda of the 2nd Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium

Defining the Welfare of Dairy Cattle: Scientific understanding of welfare (Dr. David Fraser, University of British Columbia)

Culling vs on-farm euthanasia: Key factors for determining humane outcomes (Dr. Daryl Nydam, Cornell University)

Best practices and training for on-farm euthanasia (Dr. Jan Shearer, Iowa State University)

Public Perceptions and Expectations for Welfare: Welfare vs animal rights (Dr. Lindsey Hulbert, Kansas State University)

How does the dairy community respond to welfare issues? (Dr. Michelle Calvo-Lorenzo, Elanco Animal Health)

Implementing an animal welfare program on-farm (Mr. Dan Rice, Prairieland Dairy)

Impacts of new feed directive on animal welfare (Dr. Dale Moore, Washington State University)

Helping clients comply with the new feed directive on animal welfare

Mercy for Animals is in your Farm: Experiences with undercover videos (Dr. Warren Skippon, SAPUTO)

Managing undercover activist’s videos: Producer and veterinarian perspectives (TBA and Dr. Jim Reynolds, Praedium)

Dairy Producer Panel: How did I change my dairy to adapt to new animal welfare standards? (Ken McCarthy, McCarthy Family Farms, KS; TBA)


The Pfister Hotel
424 East Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Contact: (614) 292-9453