The series kicks off on February 3 with the first of four “Tuesdays are Bluesdays” programs held in branch libraries throughout the county: Guitarist and music historian Ray Kamalay presents his musical lecture Freedom, Slavery and the Roots of American Music. (Dorsch Memorial Branch Library, 7 pm) Dorsch Memorial Library: 18 E. 1st St.

We got a number of drill programs that are going already. And there be some other ones starting up in the late winter as well. Energy at the conference indicates this is an exciting time for the mining industry, and the economic benefits it could bring to the northwest..

In keeping with FPCT mission of acting as an entryway to live theatre for children, this production is suitable for all ages. Mann hopes children will see the theme as isn always better or good for us. She says, “The heart of Pinkalicious the Musical is the family dynamic that unfolds throughout the story.

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The task of transforming the fighters falls to former Somalian Army Col. Muhyadin Haji Ali, a husky, smiling man who always sports a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses, even indoors. New recruits arrive every week, he said, including fighters who initially fled the city in fear, and defectors from forces controlled by Somalia’s transitional government, based in Baidoa..