Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf Invite the Public to Second Sundays at the Governor’s Residence First Lady Frances Wolf, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf today invited the public to visit the Governor’s Residence in Harrisburg this Sunday, June 11th for “Arts in the Garden” – the first Second Sunday event of the season. Second Sundays are an annual series of free summer events offered at the Governor’s Residence on the second Sunday of each month from June through September. Visitors are invited to explore the Governor’s Residence and gardens from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Each event will highlight a specific theme and feature family-friendly activities.“Arts in the Garden at the Governor’s Residence provides a unique opportunity to meet and enjoy the work of many of our inspiring and talented Pennsylvania artists,” said First Lady Frances Wolf. “Second Sundays are also an excellent opportunity to visit and explore the Governor’s Residence and the exciting features that have been added to the grounds and gardens, including a newly-installed observation beehive.”During “Arts in the Garden” this Sunday, dancers from Rasika School of Dance will perform live at 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and the Hanover High School Steel Drum Band (Hanover Steel) will perform at 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Artists from the Art Association of Harrisburg and Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) will paint en plein air throughout the gardens. Representatives from Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center will provide fiber arts weaving demonstrations using different types of looms. Local potter and school teacher Erin Dean will provide pottery-making demonstrations using a spinning wheel, and local artist Marsha Souders will also provide demonstrations on techniques used to make clay monoprints. Face painting will be available for interested children throughout the afternoon.Governor’s Residence docents will be on hand to provide information as visitors are invited to explore the space and the gardens through self-guided tours. This event will also provide one of the last opportunities for the public to view the current art exhibit of works by former Pennsylvania House Speaker K. Leroy Irvis, which is on display in the State Rooms through the end of June. Irvis was the first African American to serve as speaker of the house in any state legislature in the United States since Reconstruction, and was also a prolific artist who created wood sculptures, abstract paintings, poetry, and other works of art during the latter half of the 20th Century.Second Sunday events are free, and reservations are not required. No large bags, purses or totes are permitted, and security measures will be in place. The dates and themes of the 2017 Second Sunday events are as follows:Sunday, June 11: Arts in the GardenSunday, July 9: Healthy Eating from the GardenSunday, August 13: Creatures of the GardenSunday, Sept. 10: Gallery WalkIn addition to Second Sunday events, docent-led tours of the Governor’s Residence and grounds are being offered every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. between now and the end of June. Please note that reservations are required for guided tours, and can be made by calling the Residence at 717-772-9130.For more information about the Governor’s Residence, Second Sundays and other events, visit www.residence.pa.gov. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter June 05, 2017
The 13th biennial Presidents Cup is here for 2019 as the United States team is pitted against the International team at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Black Rock, Australia from Dec. 12-15. Over a period of four days, the two teams will compete using a match play scoring system. This year, the teams are captained by Tiger Woods and Ernie Els for the U.S. and International teams respectively. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/d/68/presidents-cup-international-team-121119-getty-ftrjpg_a3jdbm6860l812yken91uxp10.jpg?t=-153170858&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/96/c9/presidents-cup-team-usa-121119-getty-ftrjpg_1rv9cfhxycjr21mfuk7sellov8.jpg?t=-153170858&w=500&quality=80 United StatesPlayerDustin JohnsonJustin ThomasMatt KucharXander SchauffeleWebb SimpsonPatrick CantlayBryson DeChambeauTiger WoodsGary WoodlandTony FinauPatrick ReedRickie Fowler The U.S. is 10-1-1 all time in the Presidents Cup with the lone loss coming in 1998 at Royal Melbourne. Unlike the Ryder Cup, which pits the U.S. against Europe, the Presidents Cup features an international team assembled with players from non-European nations around the world.In 2017, the Presidents Cup was held at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., where the U.S. won its sixth straight tournament 19-11.Here is all of the information for how to watch the 2019 Presidents Cup, including a full TV schedule, tee times for Tiger Woods, pairings and more.MORE: Watch the Presidents Cup live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Presidents Cup 2019 TV schedule, channelThe Golf Channel is carrying a live boardcast for all four days of the tournament. NBC will air replays of Day 3 on Saturday from 2:30-6 p.m. ET and Day 4 on Sunday from 1-6 p.m. ET. It can also be streamed online with fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial).Melbourne, Australia is 16 hours ahead of viewers on the United States east coast. All times and dates as Eastern.DateTimeTV ChannelWednesday, Dec. 115:30 p.m. – midnight ETGolf, fuboTVThursday, Dec. 127 p.m. – midnight ETGolf, fuboTVFriday, Dec. 133 p.m. – 2 a.m. ETGolf, fuboTVSaturday, Dec. 146 p.m. – midnight ETGolf, fuboTVPresidents Cup pairings, resultsTeam USA trails the international squad 10-8 through three days of competition. Twelve points are up for grabs during singles play Saturday to decide the tournament.Saturday, Dec. 14 – singlesMatch timePairings6:02 p.m. ETTiger Woods (USA) vs. Abraham Ancer (INT)6:13 p.m. ETTony Finau (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama (INT)6:24 p.m. ETPatrick Reed (USA) vs. C.T. Pan (INT)6:35 p.m. ETDustin Johnson (USA) vs. Haotong Li (INT)6:46 p.m. ETBryson DeChambeau (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin (INT)6:57 p.m. ETGary Woodland (USA) vs. Sungjae Im (INT)7:08 p.m. ETPatrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Joaquin Nieman (INT)7:19 p.m. ETXander Schauffele (USA) vs. Adam Scott (INT)7:30 p.m. ETByeong Hun An (INT) vs. Webb Simpson (USA)7:41 p.m. ETJustin Thomas (USA) vs. Cameron Smith (INT)7:52 p.m. ETMatt Kuchar (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen (INT)8:03 p.m. ETRickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman (INT)Friday, Dec. 13 – four ballMatch timePairingsUSA, 3 & 2Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Haotong Li (INT)INT, 3 & 2Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Sungjae Im/Abraham Ancer (INT)INT, 5 & 3Webb Simpson/Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama/C.T. Pan (INT)TIEMatt Kuchar/Tony Finau (USA) vs. Adam Scott/Byeong Hun An (INT)Friday, Dec. 13 – foursomesMatch resultPairingsUSA, 2 & 1Dustin Johnson/Gary Woodland (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen/Adam Scott (INT)TIEJustin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Abraham Ancer (INT)USA, 2 & 1Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Cameron Smith/Sungjae Im (INT)TIEMatt Kuchar/Tony Finau (USA) vs. Byeong Hun An/Joaquin Niemann (INT)Thursday, Dec. 12 – foursomesMatch resultPairingsINT, 3 and 2Dustin Johnson/Matt Kuchar (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen/Adam Scott (INT)USA, 1 upXander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin/Joaquin Niemann (INT)INT 3 and 2Webb Simpson/Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Abraham Ancer (INT)USA, 1 upJustin Thomas/Tiger Woods (USA) vs. Byeong Hun An/Hideki Matsuyama (INT)TIEGary Woodland/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Sungjae Im/Cameron Smith (INT)Wednesday, Dec. 11 – four ballMatch resultPairingsUSA, 4 and 3 (+1)Marc Leishman & Joaquín Niemann (INT) vs. Tiger Woods & Justin Thomas (USA)INT, 1 up (+1)Xander Schauffele & Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin & Sungjae Im (INT)INT, 2 and 1 (+1)Adam Scott & Byeong Hun An (INT) vs. Bryson DeChambeau & Tony Finau (USA)INT, 1 up (+1)Webb Simpson & Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama & C.T. Pan (INT)INT, 4 and 3 (+1)Abraham Ancer & Louis Oosthuizen (INT) vs. Dustin Johnson & Gary Woodland (USA)Presidents Cup teams 2019Along with Woods, the United States team features the likes of Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Justin Thomas and Matt Kuchar. The International team includes Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Luis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman. InternationalPlayerHideki MatsuyamaAdam ScottLouis OosthuizenMarc LeishmanAbraham AncerHaotong LiC.T. PanCameron SmithJoaquin NiemannAdam HadwinSungjae ImByeong Hun AnPresidents Cup formatThe Presidents Cup is a match-play event, like the Ryder Cup, featuring 30 individual matches across four days. A match win is worth one point and a tie is worth a half-point. The winning team needs at least 15.5 points.Wednesday: 5 four-ball matchesThursday: 5 foursomes matchesFriday early: 4 four-ball matchesFriday late: 4 foursomes matchesSaturday: 12 singles matchesPresidents Cup purse, winningsThere is no prize money awarded to the winning team at the Presidents Cup. All the proceeds are donated to charities nominated by the players and captains.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 26, 2016)–A close fourth early, favored Hawkedon shot through an opening at the rail a furlong out and went on to an impressive 1 ¾ length win in Friday’s $58,000 Santa Anita allowance feature under Rafael Bejarano. Trained by Mike Puype, the 7-year-old Macho Uno gelding covered 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course in 1:13.19.A close second over the course here on Feb. 4, Hawkedon was off at 8-5 in a field of 10 older horses and paid $5.40, $3.20 and $2.60.“He ended up getting through today,” said Puype. “Rafael took a shot and stayed down near the rail and that was big. This horse loves this course. He runs hard every time, tries hard every time.”Owned by Janina Gasparrelli, Hawkedon now has three wins and three seconds from nine tries down the hill and is 16-4-3-1 overall. With the winner’s share of $34,800, he increased his earnings to $144,470.St. Joe Bay, who was part of a three-horse speed brigade that included Incline Village and Cardiac, finished second with Joe Talamo and paid $4.60 and $3.40.Ridden by Drayden Van Dyke, Daddy D T rallied late to finish a length and a quarter behind St. Joe Bay and paid $4.00 to show.Fractions on the race were 21.67, 43.78 and 1:07.18.First post time for a nine-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.