Hospice to be part of national event
Community Hospice will participate in a nationwide initiative to promote living wills and advanced directives — National Healthcare Decisions Day on April 16.
As part of National Healthcare Decisions Day, Community Hospice will host events throughout April to educate the public about living wills. Community Hospice representatives are available to speak to any club, group, church, organization or business with details about living wills. Representatives also will have forms available for individuals to complete after their presentations.
To schedule a presentation, call Beth Taylor at (606) 329-1890 or (800) 926-6184.
Talent contest set for April 5
River Cities Got Talent will be from 4 to 8 p.m. April 5 at the Catlettsburg Little League Complex during Catlettsburg’s Trading Days.
Registration starts at 3 p.m. Cost is $10. The winner will be featured on the courthouse stage during the Labor Day concert. Winner also will receive a cash prize.
A knitting workshop will be offered from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursdays at the Fuzzy Duck on Main Street.
Instructor will be Jennifer Reis. The workshop is open to beginners as well as advanced knitters.
Cost is $10 per class period. Materials can be purchased onsite.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crafters sought for festival
The Dogwood Festival continues to seek crafters — glass blowers, blacksmiths, soap makers, silversmiths, leather workers, wood carvers and others — to demonstrate during the festival, set for April 24 through 27 in Piketon.
For more information, email Mike Davis at email@example.com or write to him at Pike County Dogwood Inc., P.O. Box 813, Piketon, OH 45661.
The Spanish Film Fest continues at Morehead State University.
Movies to be shown include:
‰Tuesday — “The Man Next Door” by Mariano Cohn and Gaston Duprat.
‰April 1 — “From the Land to your Table” by Alejo Hoijman, Marcos Loayza, Josue Mendez, Carolina Navas, Paola Vieira, Alejandra Szeplaki and Jorge Coira.
‰April 8 — “The Delay” by Rodrigo Pla.
All films will be shown at 7 p.m. in room 112 of Rader Hall.
Prom-N-Aide will be Saturday
The Dressing Room, 2516 Carter Ave., will have its third annual Prom-N-AIde from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The event is open to high school girls wishing to attend their prom. Recipients must attend to try on dresses, which are limited to one per student.
Hospice to be part of national event
Dressmaker to donate to girls in Africa
Morning Pointe Ridge Senior Living Volunteer Carolyn Adams has found another way to help others: She creates dresses from donated material to benefit girls in Africa, Brazil and Peru.
07/25/2014 — What's Happening
Reunion concert is a fundraiser for classmate
The Paul G. Blazer High School Class of 1991 has opened its doors to invite anyone interested to its reunion Friday, providing they pay $20 for the music show.
Lee Ward: Russell seniors cook; summertime, and the living is ... outdoors: 7/22/14
The good cooks at the Russell Senior Center will share their recipes — for a small price.
07/20/ 2014 — This Week in the Tri-State
07/17/2014 — What's happening
Marshall Artists Series reveals lineup of new season's shows
The Marshall Artists Series has announced its upcoming season, which includes appearances by Jay Leno, Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, Phillip Phillips and Kathy Mattea.
07/16/2014 — Regional Poetry
Works by local artists
Even though two of Glenn Martin’s scripts are being looked at by Hollywood production companies, he isn’t waiting.
Daywood collection on display
The Daywood Collection of art is on display at the Huntington Museum of Art through Nov. 2.
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