It’s cruise time, Whiting character – The Times

July 8, 2015 - Picnic Time

WHITING | It will be one large retard celebration when a Whiting-Robertsdale Chamber of Commerce hosts a second annual Great American Picnic from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.

Picnic tables lonesome in red, white and blue tablecloths will be sparse on sidewalks via downtown 119th Street so families can suffer a food and festivities.

“We’ve unequivocally stretched it this year,” pronounced Dee Young, cruise co-chair and initial clamp boss for a chamber. “We have some-more vendors and some-more activities.”

Local food merchants will sell only about each food object routinely compared with a picnic, including prohibited dogs, duck wings, corn on a cob, watermelon, brownies, hamburgers, lemonade and even pickles on a stick.

A deejay will perform during a dilemma of Oliver and 119th streets.

There will be games and a rebound residence for children.

The Center Lounge, 1312 119th St., hosts speed sitting contests open to all ages during 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m.

Those will be followed immediately following with balloon tossing contests.

Beggar’s Pizza, 1326 119th St., sponsors prohibited dog eating contests for children during 2 p.m. and adults during 3 p.m.

A cruise basket competition is compared with a event.

Available is a cruise basket valued during some-more than $200 that includes silverware, porcelain plates, eyeglasses and a relating cruise blanket.

“For each $5 that anyone spends during any one of a internal retailers, they get a giveaway entrance into this cruise basket giveaway,” Young said.

That competition began Jul 1 and runs by Saturday.

Shoppers can also buy 12-inch Great American Picnic plates for $5 via a city.

“When they squeeze one of those they get a giveaway entrance into a cruise basket giveaway, also,” Young said.

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