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January 6 (9am-7pm)
See an assortment of precious stones, necklaces, bracelets, and rings Jan. 6-8.
Cost: Admission is free
2ND ANNUAL ACT TALENT SHOW
January 6 (10am-4pm)
Guest judges will award cash prizes for categories ranging from ages 4 to adult as part of a fundraiser for theatre scholarships. The finale takes place Jan. 19.
Cost: $10 registration fee
January 6 (Open Wed.-Sun.)
is a discussion of the newest ideas in contemporary photography. The exhibit was juried by New York's Debra Klomp Ching and will be on display through Jan. 29.
Art at Wineries
January 6 (10:30am-4:30pm)
exhibits a selection of her mixed media, pastel, and hand-made prints through Feb. 29.
Classes and Workshops
January 6 (6:30-8:30pm)
Potters at Anam-Cre' Studio are busy throwing and hand building for the holidays. Join them through Jan. 12 with evening classes Tues.-Sat.
Cost: $20 per class
Create and Learn
January 6 (3:30-5pm)
Kids can learn to make their own bowls, cups, and sculptures with after-school and Sat. classes
Cost: $20 per class
Sports and Wellness
Lessons and Classes
January 6 (Class times vary. See schedule online.)
This class is a fun and effective cardio workout with sculpting exercises designed to tone the entire body from top to bottom. Latin music and a combination of fast and slow moves are used to create routines that are easy to follow and fun to learn.
Cost: Drop-in and unlimited monthly memebrships available
January 6 (7pm )
Help raise funds for locals who are terminally ill and those living with critical, life-threatening diseases on Jan. 6. The main prizes are a large flat screen TV and a gift basket of glassware. Tickets are on sale at Boo Boo Records, The Hemp Shak, Dirt Cheap Hydroponics, and Herbal Elements.
Cost: $10 per ticket, one ticket to enter
MS COMMUNITY CIRCLE
January 6 (10am)
This weekly wellness program includes musical, physical, and mental exercises. The Community Circle is open to people with multiple sclerosis and other physical challenges and meets every Fri. at
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