Bridal fair upcoming
GALLIPOLIS - A bridal fair is planned from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Ariel-Dater Hall, 426 Second Ave.
More than 30 vendors will showcase their wares, including caterers, DJs, apparel, gifts, food, florists, lodging and musicians. Brides will be eligible for prize drawings; the grand prize is an Ariel wedding package worth more than $1,000.
Tickets, which are available at the door, are $5.
For more information, call (740) 446-2787.
Final Exam Cram will be Saturday
ASHLAND - The Boyd County Public Library’s final ACT Exam Cram session will be from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the main branch.
Students preparing to take the ACT college readiness assessment on March 8 are welcome. The free session will include breakfast.
The main branch is at 1740 Central Ave.
Exam Cram is an opportunity to study with peers and use the library’s brand new study guides. Students can also see the online exam prep available at Learning Express Library, through the BCPL website, thebookplace.org.
For more information, call (606) 329-0518, ext. 1410.
Library Bingo set in March
ASHLAND - The Boyd County Public Library will offer Library Bingo in March.
To play, pick up a game card at any public service desk at the Ashland, Catlettsburg or Kyova branches and complete tasks on the cards, like “attend a library program,” download the BCPL Mobile app or “request an Interlibrary Loan.” There also are squares that involve checking out materials, using a database or saying “hi” to a staff member.
Those who “bingo!” — mark off five squares in a row — select prizes.
Library Bingo runs from March 1 through 31. Patrons can play more than once. Prizes include pencils, pens, magnets, rulers, key chains, chargers and other items.
For more information, visit thebookplace.org.
OLBH opens heart failure clinic
RUSSELL - Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital has opened the new OLBH Heart Failure Clinic, which is accepting patients. The clinic is on the hospital campus on the second floor of the Human Motion Vitality Center (1180 St. Christopher Drive).
The goal of the clinic is to improve the quality of life of patients with heart failure and increase their function and capabilities so they can remain in their homes and return to normal life activities.
The clinic provides patients who have been hospitalized with heart failure issues an appointment at the clinic within a week of being discharged. Patients are provided comprehensive education and an assessment during each visit. Electrolytes, creatinine and other levels are monitored during clinic visits and IV diuretics are provided when required.
OLBH cardiologist Yogendra Prasad, M.D., is the clinic’s medical director, with support from Debbie Martin, APRN, and Tiffany Malloy, RN. The clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
For more information, call (606) 833-6397.
Dr. Seuss Day set in Greenup
GREENUP - The Greenup County Public Library will mark Dr. Seuss Day at 10 a.m. Saturday with green eggs and ham, followed by activities, including a showing of “The Lorax.”
Preregistration is not required but appreciated.
For more information, call (606) 473-6514 or 836-3771.
McKell Elementary School council, 3:15 p.m., conference room.
Bridal fair upcoming
'Educate and entertain'
A local theater group is shooting for changing the area’s theater scene.
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Acoustic jam night at Callihan's
With the onset of patio season, the staff at Callihan’s American Pub & Grill have adopted a new program for Wednesday’s open-invitation entertainment with the all new Callihan’s Acoustic Jam Session, providing a stage for local talent and a spotlight for a featured musician each week.
Lee Ward: Pizza — on the grill? Asian shrimp grilled, too: 7/29/14
How many times have I said anything tastes good cooked on the grill?
What's happening: 7/28/14
Amateur ham radio and computer hobbyists from throughout the United States will gather Aug. 9 for the 52nd annual Tri-State Amateur Radio Association Hamfest at Christ Temple Church’s Life and Health Center at 2400 Johnstown Road.
07/27/2014 — Regional poetry
Works by local poets
The historical significance of city directories
Before the Internet and the telephone, there has been a need for businesses to be able to find someone living within the city.
Finding a healthier take on cooking out
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