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haymondLogo(1)On Saturday, the Fire and Iron Motorcycle Club Station 109 will be having their 3rd annual motorcycle ride and pig roast. Registration begins at 10 am at Pilsudski Park in Holyoke. Kickstands are up at 11. The pig roast starts at 1 pm.

Also on Saturday, it will be the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Motocross 338 on Powdermill Rd. in Southwick. This event marks Motocross 338’s final national event after some 40 years of doing so. This will be your last chance to see the best motocross racers in the world compete in Southwick.

And finally on Saturday, Southampton Harley Davidson is having their summer kick off party from 11 to 4 pm. There will be food, music and vendors all day long.

Next Thursday is our Independence Day so enjoy time with the family and let’s all make it back to work on Monday.

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