The 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair will be held at the Holiday Inn on Route 7 South in Rutland, on Saturday, November 2, 2002. The free event runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., plus free Gentle Yoga at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. WJJR Mix 98.1 will broadcast live from the Fair.The launch of www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) means easy access to the 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair. The site includes Wellness Fair information for visitors, applications for wellness providers with professional credentials, and a call for Fair volunteers. Applications for wellness professionals applying for Fair space must be postmarked by August 1, 2002.“Our website makes it easy for Vermonters to find us whether they want to display, volunteer, or just check out the Fair,” notes Sheryl Rapée-Adams, President of the Wellness Alliance of Vermont (WAV), a nonprofit organization which produces the Rutland Wellness Fair and offers integrative healthcare access and information for the Rutland Region. “We’ll get more wellness information to more people than we could with paper-intensive mailings.”The 1st Annual Rutland Wellness Fair on November 3, 2001, drew nearly 1,000 visitors and represented the fields of acupuncture, chiropractic, herbalism, holistic medicine and podiatry, hypnosis, midwifery, natural foods, nutritional supplements, skin and body care, smoking cessation, sports medicine, therapeutic massage and bodywork, yoga, and more.The 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair on November 2, 2002 will fill the entire Holiday Inn Conference Center. The 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. expo offers more than twice the space of last year’s Fair. In the speaker room, interactive presentations will begin hourly, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, starting and ending with Gentle Yoga.www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) is the central location for Rutland Wellness Fair information for 2002 and beyond. The website includes a directory of local wellness professionals, highlights from last year’s Fair, previews of the 2002 event, applications for participants and volunteers, links to wellness-related websites, and Fair sponsors and supporters, such as The Rutland Herald, Catamount Radio, and Adelphia Cable.www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) was created by former Middletown Springs resident Craig R. Smith, founder and Big Kahuna of Smithcraft. Fair organizers were attracted to the tasteful and attractive design of www.smithcraft.org(link is external), where Craig displays samples of his work.”I’m happy to help,” says Smith. “I think the Rutland Wellness Fair is an important venue for Vermonters to learn about different holistic approaches to better and more vibrant health. Besides, one of the organizers is my doctor!”For more information can call Sheryl Rapée-Adams at 802-775-0354.
The World Minigolf Championship for the Deaf, which is being held for the first time in Croatia and in the world, and the World Adventure Golf Master Championship, which brought together competitors from five continents, officially opened with a solemn ceremony on Friday night.The competitive part of both championships starts on Monday, September 11 and will last for two days, and the Croatian national team is also fighting for the title of the best. “This is the seventh Adventure Golf Master in which the largest number of competitors from different countries participates and has gathered the best golfers in the world. It is a great pleasure for us to play on great pitches that are located in a great environment. ” said Mislav Bjazic, president of the Croatian Golf Association.In addition to the World Minigolf Championship for the Deaf and the Adventure Golf Master, the World Minigolf Championship is next week at the Zaton Holiday Resort (September 20-23). “The best golfers came to Zaton Holiday Resort and we are proud to have fulfilled the initial goal, which is the participation of competitors from five continents and to connect all people in this way. We are happy that the team from Ghana, despite the visa problems, finally managed to come and participate. ” said Gerhard Zimmerman, president of the World Minigolf Federation.However, the story has already begun to develop well through various extensions, but the important point and message is how it came about. It was created out of a desire for such important quality content.Mini golf today is more than 12 holes and concrete slabs, today mini golf is a real experience and attractionIt is sometimes difficult to describe the experiences in words, so for me at the moment, to describe what Zaton Adventure Golf looks like, I am attaching pictures. As I have personally been to these stories, I can confirm with certainty that playing mini golf with the family in this setting was a real experience and an unforgettable experience, especially the drawbridge ride with my son. Experiences are remembered, and I remember Zaton. When I see those old concrete mini golf courses in our destinations today, darkness falls on my eyes, not to mention that most of them have not been renovated for years. But mini golf from the eighties has evolved into a real small town of experience and fun.Zaton Adventure Golf has miniature replicas of cultural and historical monuments on each of the 18 holes, from amphorae, the remains of a Roman temple from Nin, the Kaštelina tower to all the churches of St. Nikola, and Zaton Adventure Golf is the first competition course with an official license in Croatia. “Continuous investment in raising the quality of the tourist offer of the settlement as well as in the creation of new facilities is a sure direction towards strengthening before and after the season. By investing in mini golf courses, we have opened the way to a new tourist segment. It is worth mentioning that the Germans, our most numerous guests, are the number one golf nation”Said Ivo Bobić, director of the settlement.At the beginning of the year, the Grand Prix championship in mini golf was organized, and the above-mentioned World Minigolf Championship for the Deaf is underway, as well as the World Adventure Golf Master Championship, which serve as additional values and certainly one of the good links for extending the tourist season and additional earnings. . I constantly emphasize, so to repeat the material, the motive for coming is not accommodation, but a diverse, high quality and authentic content of a tourist destination.With the construction of two new mini golf courses, Zaton has become a unique center of its kind in the world, the only location with 3 types of courses; Miniature, Adventure and Felt Golf, and Zaton Adventure Golf investment is worth about two million kuna.Also, what is especially exciting is that the entire Mini golf course is unique because it tells an authentic story about the destination through the positioning of tourist facilities / symbols. By playing mini golf you can get acquainted with authentic features such as Nin Cathedral, Old Croatian ship Condura Croatica, Glagolitic alphabet, Kaštelina Tower, ancient port of Nin, ancient crane, millstone, etc. ako and if you get acquainted with the story, then you want to experience it live .Experience, experience and only a quality experience is the only recipe for long-term success, and modern mini golf courses are certainly all that – great additional quality content and experience.
Advertisement Full Screen Read More Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More Skip Ad William Saliba’s agent, Djibril Niang, was in Manchester this weekend (Picture: Instagram)Ex-Arsenal star Lauren is convinced by Saliba’s potential after watching the teenager’s recent performances in France.‘Yes, he looks a very good player,’ Lauren told AmericanGambler.com.‘Strong, tall, can come out of the back with the ball and an international for France.‘He reads the game very well, which is important for a player at the back, you have to anticipate and he looks very good at just 18, so the future is bright!’ Coming Next Read More William Saliba’s agent spotted in Manchester amid United and Arsenal transfer links 1/1 Arsenal and Manchester United are battling it out for William Saliba this summer (Picture: Getty)William Saliba’s agent has been pictured in Manchester this weekend to fuel speculation that the Saint-Etienne defender could be set for a move to Old Trafford.Saliba broke into Saint-Etienne’s first-team in September and the 18-year-old had an outstanding debut season in France, making 16 appearances for Jean-Louis Gasset’s side which finished fourth in Ligue 1.Recent reports suggest that Arsenal are in talks over a potential deal for Saliba, but Unai Emery has no interest in loaning the youngster back to Saint-Etienne as the Ligue 1 outfit have requested.The Gunners need an immediate solution to their problems in central defence, with Kostas Manolas, Joachim Andersen and Mario Hermoso also linked in recent weeks.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Top articles SPONSORED Comment Metro Sport ReporterSunday 9 Jun 2019 5:58 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link987Shares 1 min. story by Metro About Connatix V67539 Video Settings Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More PLAY / More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityWhile Saliba remains open to a move to the Emirates, his representative, Djibril Niang, has hinted that the teenager could instead be joining United this summer after he uploaded an Instagram story from Manchester restaurant, Ivy Asia, on Saturday.It’s understood Saint-Etienne have slapped a €30million (£26m) price tag on Saliba, with Watford and Southampton also interested in the the France Under-19 international. Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Saint-Etienne have set an asking price of £26m for Saliba (left) this summer (Picture: Getty)Jose Mourinho has also been impressed by Saliba after the youngster’s meteoric rise in Ligue 1.‘I think he has everything needed to become a good player, much like Kurt Zouma, who I signed,’ the former Manchester United and Chelsea manager said.MORE: Jose Mourinho would ‘seriously consider’ Newcastle United job Advertisement Skip
British doubles player Jamie Murray (left) has questioned the decision to move the French Open Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs9 Most Disturbing Movie DystopiasWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch TodayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldA Hit Song By Lil Nas X Is Beating A World Record As We Speak!8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchDisney’s Live-Action Simba Was Based On The Cutest Lion Cub Ever The global tennis calendar has been thrown into further chaos after a decision by French Open organisers to postpone the Grand Slam, with players and rival tournaments critical of the apparently unilateral move. Spain’s Rafael Nadal celebrates winning his 12th French Open title in 2019 The event at Roland Garros, traditionally the second major of the season, was on Tuesday moved from a May 24 start date to September 20.Advertisement Organisers of the Grand Slam in New York acknowledged it might need to be moved but said they would not go it alone in a scarcely veiled dig at French chiefs.The rescheduled French Open would also clash with the start of the Asian swing and the Laver Cup team competition, due to take place in Boston from September 25 to 27.The men’s ATP tour and the women’s WTA tour are both currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.– ‘Selfish’ decisions –British doubles player Jamie Murray queried the apparent lack of coordination at the top of the game.“Strong Move by French Open/FFT to move to end of Sept,” he tweeted. “I thought the powers that be in tennis were supposed to be all about working together these days?”Canada’s Vasek Pospisil, a member of the ATP player council, was strongly critical of the decision.“This is such a difficult time,” he tweeted. “Everyone is being impacted by this catastrophe.“Enhancing communication & working together to find solutions should be the priority. Not going Rogue & making selfish/arrogant decisions to further impact the tour in a negative way. #RolandGarros.”Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal team up at the 2017 Laver Cup Organisers said strict confinement measures imposed by the French government to tackle COVID-19 had made it impossible to continue with preparations. FFT (French tennis federation) president Bernard Giudicelli said: “We have made a difficult yet brave decision in this unprecedented situation, which has evolved greatly since last weekend.” But the new dates mean the tournament would start just one week after the US Open, if that event remained in its original slot. Read Also: Pogba makes coronavirus fund-raising pledgeThe USTA said it would not determine any new date for the US Open without consulting the other major championship organisers, the International Tennis Federation and the ATP and WTA tours.“We recognise that such a decision should not be made unilaterally,” it said in a statement.The US Open, usually the final Grand Slam on the calendar, is scheduled to run from August 31 to September 13 in Flushing Meadows, New York.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… It also caught WTA chief Steve Simon by surprise, as well as former US and Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka.“Excusez moi???” tweeted Osaka, while Romania’s Sorana Cirstea took issue with the method of communication. “What??? Again finding out through twitter…” she wrote.The revised dates will leave players contesting a clay-court Grand Slam in the middle of the traditional hard-court season, with limited opportunities to adjust to the slower surface.Roland Garros will also now clash with a number of tournaments, including the Laver Cup, where Europe’s top players take on a World team.Roger Federer has already committed to the event and Rafael Nadal – the 12-time French Open champion – is another key figure at the tournament.“This announcement came as a surprise to us and our partners – Tennis Australia, the USTA (US Tennis Association) and the ATP,” said Laver Cup organisers.“It raises many questions and we are assessing the situation. At this time, we want our fans, sponsors, broadcasters, staff, volunteers, players and the great city of Boston to know that we intend to hold Laver Cup 2020 as currently scheduled.”
Rising Sun, In. — A dedication ceremony for the newly constructed Rising Sun Riverfront Veterans Memorial, located in Rising Sun, Indiana, will be held on Saturday August 4th at 3 p.m.The Memorial is built around the Veteran’s Clock Tower, located at the cross section of Second Street and South Front Street in Rising Sun, Indiana.This Veterans Memorial was created to honor the sacrifice and selfless service of the brave men and women from Rising Sun/Ohio County who have served our country.The public is encouraged to come out and take part in this dedication.Immediately following the ceremony, those in attendance will be invited back to Post 59 (110 Main St #1, Rising Sun, IN 47040) for cake and punch.The Riverfront Veterans Memorial project started as an idea from Legionnaire, Larry Young, from Post 59. The post eventually adopted this project as their own and will act as the care takers for this Memorial. It has taken approximately 3 years to get the approval to complete.The Riverfront Veterans Memorial was funded by the American Legion Post #59, Rising Sun Regional Foundation, Ohio County Community Foundation, Ohio Co. Economic Development Committee, Ohio County Commissioners and Councilman and Rising Sun City Council.The memorial stones placed at the site were purchased by private citizens.For additional detail about the Riverfront Veterans Memorial dedication, please contact Bill Parks at 812-577-5171.The American Legion Department of Indiana is comprised of more than 77,000 military service veterans who have served honorably during times of conflict in defense of their nation and has been active within Indiana since 1919. The Indiana American Legion has represented veterans from every major conflict since World War II to Iraq and Afghanistan within its membership.