The show will go on: Amateur Talent Show reset for July 25

Gazette photos by Erik Sandin
Six-year-old Luke Trom, left, and his four-year-old sister, Jennie, top photo, enjoy root beer floats Wednesday at the Ice Cream Social and Talent Show at the Washington County Historic Courthouse in Stillwater. The ice cream social and talent was the traditional opening event for Lumberjack Days.

 

For 10 years, the Washington County Historic Courthouse Amateur Talent Show was part of the Lumberjack Days event, but forces of nature forced the rescheduling of this year’s event to July 25.

Rain and a power outage created challenges for historic courthouse staff, performers and the public. A few acts were performed, but not all of them, so the Talent Show will be resumed at 6 p.m. July 25, at the Historic Courthouse in Stillwater.

The Show will be in the second floor courtroom.

The Historic Courthouse is at the intersection of Third and Pine streets in Stillwater.

Six-year-old Luke Trom, left, and his four-year-old sister, Jennie enjoy root beer floats Wednesday at the Ice Cream Social and Talent Show at the Washington County Historic Courthouse in Stillwater. The ice cream social and talent was the traditional opening event for Lumberjack Days. (Gazette photo by Erik Sandin)

For more information, call 651-275-7075 or e-mail historiccourthouse@co.washington.mn.us/hc.

 

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