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EXCITING SUMMER EVENT COMING!!

SUMMER JAMBOREE 2024

DRAWING & GIVE AWAY

50 NEW BICYCLES &

10 NEW TABLETS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY

  • FOOD 
  • INFLATABLES / BOUNCY HOUSES
  • FACE PAINTING
  • CAR DISPLAY
  • AND MORE

**A FREE FAMILY EVENT**


Directions To Open Door In The Event Of Road B Flooded

In times of heavy rain, the road entering Bolckow from the west (Hwy B from US 71) can be flooded and the road closed for safety reasons. We recommend at these times of extreme weather to enter Bolckow from the east.

Take US Hwy 71 as usual, and turn east onto Hwy M going towards Barnard. (If you normally travel north, you will pass Hwy B where you would normally turn off to go to Bolckow. If you normally travel south, you will reach this turnoff a few miles before Hwy B.) Travel straight through the small town of Barnard and when you reach the first Hwy N turnoff, turn right. Take this road for a few miles until you reach Hwy B. Turn right onto Hwy B, and after about a mile, turn right again on Ann St and you will see the church straight ahead.

Those traveling from Barnard or Guilford to Bolckow will still be able to take Hwy N to Hwy B into Bolckow. Those traveling from the King City area will still be able to take Hwy 48 to Hwy B into Bolckow.

Just to give you an idea of time, it’s about an extra 20 minutes to get to Bolckow, going north through Barnard in the event of flooding.

If you would like to check the river levels ahead of time, please click on the following link; National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service

In our experience, if the road into Rosendale is flooded (which is south of us), then the road into Bolckow usually is.

 


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