‘Price is Right’ returns to Farmington


FARMINGTON — The Farmington Rotary Club has announced the eighth annual Price Is Right Game.

The event will be staged at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 27, at the Mt. Blue High School Auditorium, and the club promises an evening of fun and excitement.

With only 400 seats available in the auditorium, the club expects to again sell out the event this year.

Patterned after the popular television show of the same name, the rotary’s Price Is Right game will feature seven games, including Punch Out, Plinko, Yodeler, Name That Tune, Queen of Hearts and Beat the Clock, as well as offering the top two contestants the opportunity to win one of two big showcases in the grand finale.

This year’s theme is “Country Rock,” and those attending can expect trivia contests, country and southern rock musical numbers choreographed by Leslie Bull, skits, line dancing and even some famous or unusual “country western stars,” (or at least the rotarians – both male and female – portraying them).

Those who are not actually called up on the stage will still have opportunities to win door prizes of various items, including 100 gallons of heating oil.

Tickets are now on sale, with VIP tickets available at $15, other advance tickets $10 and the price will be $12 at the door. The tickets are available from any rotary club member or at Ron’s Market in Farmington, Shelly’s Hometown Market in East Wilton and Douin’s Market in New Sharon.

For more information, contact Windowman at 491-5074.