FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Patty Christinat
TIMBER TINA’S GREAT MAINE LUMBERJACK SHOW TO PERFORM at PATTEN LUMBERMEN’S MUSEUM Sponsored by Katahdin Valley Health Center
Celebrating Founder’s Day and the Museum’s 50th Anniversary
July 13, 2013 –Shows @ 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm
All proceeds to benefit Endowment Fund.
Blacksmith Demonstrations, Wood turning displays, Museum tours also included!
61 Shin Pond Road-Patten-528-2650
Info: www.lumbermensmuseum.org and follow us on Facebook
Timber Tina’s Great Maine Lumberjack Show is a group of logging sports entertainers that travel all over North America performing shows at fairs, festivals, sport shows, expos, corporate events, private functions and more.
The 30-minute shows are action packed performances where they take the old time skills the Lumberjacks use to use in the woods and turn them into a modern day competition.
With two teams competing against each other, the Lumberjack Show includes the following events: Power ‘Hot’ Sawing, Axe Throwing, Cross-Cut Sawing, Underhand Chopping, and Log Rolling.
The Lumberjack Shows are entertaining for the entire family and fun for all ages. The shows are high action, fast moving, educational, humorous, historical, and TONS of FUN!!
Timber Tina started log rolling at the age of 7 years old. She performed in her family’s Scheer’s Lumberjack Show for over 15 years before ‘branching’ off on her own in 1995 to start The Great Maine Lumberjack Show and The World Champion Lumberjills.
Tina & her athletes have been featured on nationally televised shows such as: SURVIVOR: Panama – Exile Island, The Jeff Probst Show, Edge of America, The Travel Channel, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, The Weather Channel’s – Cantore’s Stories, ABC’s Wife Swap, Disney Channel, ABC Wide World of Sports, CBS This Morning, and have appeared on countless local news and other TV programs. The Lumberjacks & Lumberjills have been seen in publications such as National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Interview, Marie Claire and more.
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For more information please visit www.mainelumberjack.com & www.lumberjills.com or www.lumbermensmuseum.org
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