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Vendors sought for Rocky Point festival

Rocky Point Volunteer Fire/EMS BBQ, flea market, bake sale, and auction will be held Saturday, July 20, at the fire hall in Rocky Point, according to a news release. Vendors are invited to reserve a space at this well-attended 38th annual Summer Festival. Spaces are 10- by 10-feet and cost $10. For more information, or to reserve a space, call 971 235-0926.

Saturday WhoDunIt to benefit Badger Run

A game of WhoDunIt and a seven course meal at the Crystalwood Lodge, 38625 Westside Road will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday with proceeds going to support Badger Run Wildlife Rehab, according to a news release.

Tickets are $100 per person or $175 per couple. Lodging, which is not required, is another $120 for a private suite (single occupancy) or $80 per person for a shared room (double occupancy).

Tentative menu (subject to some adjustments) is caprese skewers, cauliflower soup, ham and pear plate, salad, Alaskan salmon in puff pastry, beef tenderloin with mushroom sauce, roasted asparagus, lemon risotto, mango sorbet, and french crepes.

Reservations are requested. To make them, call 541-810-1772.

Be zombie prepared, register for the Nerf War

The downtown Klamath County Library is hosting an After-Hours Nerf War for ages 12 to 18 at 6 p.m. Friday, March 29, according to a news release.

Live out your favorite multiplayer shooter as you capture the flag, fight zombies — or maybe have a battle royale among the bookshelves.

Feel free to bring your own Nerf or foam-dart-shooting toy. But no modified guns or melee weapons will be allowed. Also, label any guns you bring with your name. It’s easy to get them mixed up in the chaos.

Don’t own any Nerf guns of your own? The library will have an arsenal to share.

Space is limited, and registration is required. For more information or to sign up, stop by Youth Services desk or call 541-882-8894.

Retro Video Game Night set for March 26

Dust off your favorite old games for Retro Video Game Night at the downtown Klamath County Library at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26.

Library staffers are bringing out their collection of games, according to a news release. Included will be fan favorites like Super Smash Bros., Super Mario Kart, GoldenEye 007, WWF: No Mercy, and much more. Feel free to bring your favorites, too. The library will have a Super Nintendo, an N64, a PlayStation2 and more available to play on.

This video game event is intended for adults and may include games that predate ESRB age ratings as well as games rated to have content inappropriate for children under 13.

For more information, visit the information and reference desk at the downtown library or call 541-882-8894.