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Mount Hood Meadows will also open its parking lot early, and operate its lower Hood River Express chairlift from 8:30 to 9 a.m. on peak days, giving early birds an extra-early crack at the mountain.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for kids and $20 for early bird, starting at 8:30 a.m. Find the market in the school at 2315 Ira Road, Bath, 44333.
That includes the early bird certificate today, 40 Christmases later.
Film festival seeking entries; early bird deadline Jan. 2 The Oceanside International Film Festival 2018 is accepting film submissions till June 11.
Before stadium gates opened at 5 p.m., early birds were attracted by loud speakers, music and mini-tents with giveaways on the area renamed the fan fest.
United Arts’ annual Campaign for the Arts has entered its early bird stage.
The fossil hails from China’s northeastern Liaoning Province, a region famous for preserving the remains of early birds and feathered dinosaurs.
Registration for the races begin Dec. 4 and special early bird pricing will be available for the first 24 hours.
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