This weekend Daily Guide presents things to do that don't have anything to do with Easter like helping out the local shelter at their fundraiser, playing with Play Doh, or attending a school carnival.

1. Wine and Wags

Saturday, April 8, Cellar 66 will be hosting the third annual Wine and Wags benefit for Loving Paws Adoption Center. The event features wine, live music, silent auctions, door prizes, and other fun things. Advance tickets are currently on sale and available at Cellar 66, Pampered Paws Pet Spa, or Loving Paws Adoption Center and ticket holders get to sample wines and enjoy appetizers, as well as be eligible for some great door prizes. There are plenty of baskets and other items, such as the wine rack pictured, in the silent auction for those interested in shopping. The event begins at noon at Cellar 66, located at 115 N. Benton St. in Waynesville in the Roubidoux Plaza on the Square.

 

2. Play-Doh kitchen

Your Child is invited to the Play-Doh Kitchen to create and cut colorful Play-Doh food and treats! The best ingredient of all is imagination! *FREE Play-Doh compound make and take while supplies last. This is event is being hosted by the Post Exchange on Fort Leonard Wood. It will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 8.

 

3. Richland PTSO annual carnival

Friday, April 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., the Richland PTSO is hosting a fun community carnival for the community at Richland High School. There will be food, silent auction, games, and inflatables, including bounce houses, slides, bungee basketball, climbing wall and obstacle course. The dinner menu includes smoked chicken by the Richlan FFA, green beans and baked potato for $6 or hot dogs and chips for $3. Armbands are available for the games and inflatables. $5 will buy a games only armband, while $10 will get you games and inflatables. There will also be a raffle that includes prizes such as a $500 Walmart gift card, $200 from Town and Country, $200 from Tom's Meat Market, $200 from Casey's, and $100 cash.