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What to do on a Friday night? Gemenid meteor show still strong tonight Dec. 14 -15

Although it peaked on Thursday night, you will still have many opportunites to see several shooting stars tonight, Friday, Dec. 14, into Saturday.

The Geminid meteor shower is one of the best star shows of the year.  Icon veiwers can really take advantage of this tonight.

Many of us here in the northern hemisphere are likely more familiar with the annual Perseid meteor shower.   That takes place in the summer, when it is a lot easier to leave the house and find a nice open field or dark area to sit.

ArtSpace announces winter classes

 

ArtSpace/Lima, Town Square in Lima, announces it's series of kids and adult classes for winter quarter 2013.  

Kids classes are designed for age 6 and up.

Kids classes include

  • Ceramics, taught by Anna Fisher
  • Abstract art, taught by Maia Fisher
  • Sculpture , taught by Andrea Scheckelhoff

Kids classes begin Saturday, Jan. 12 and run through Saturday, Feb. 9.
All kids classes are $50.00 and include all supplies.  

Adult Classes include: 

"Forward from Here," the next book discussion at Ada Public Library

While most of us can't think past Dec. 25, the Ada Public Library is already planning January events.

The next library book discussion is at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 8. The book to be discussed is "Forward From Here: Leaving Middle Age—and Other Unexpected Adventures," by Reeve Lindbergh

The library staff describes the book this way:

Midnight showing of "The Hobbit" Thursday at Ada Theatre

The Ada Theatre is hosting a midnight showing of The Hobbit on Thursday, Dec. 13.  The film is the long awaited addition to the Lord of the Rings franchise.  

Warner Bros. studios provided the following summary:

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey follows title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor, which was long ago conquered by the dragon Smaug.

Sounds of praise children's choir retreat deadline Jan. 4

The Sounds of Praise Children’s Choir will hold an opening retreat for all interested singers in grades three through eight on Saturday, Jan. 12, from 12 p.m. – 7 p.m. The retreat will be held at Grace Gospel Church, 321 N. Gilbert Street, Ada.  There is no charge to participate in this event.

Singers will participate in rehearsals and movement sessions, and the day will culminate in a community concert at 6:30 pm.

The retreat is designed to bring children together from various areas to prepare and share their vocal gifts with the community.

Rhythm in Motion offers 4-7 p.m. shopping event on Friday

“Join us for an afternoon of shopping and fun at 220 N. Main St. Ada, on Friday, Dec. 14,” says Darcey Schneider of Rhythm in Motion Dance Centre.

The event will have seven vendors:
• Pampered Chef
• Scentsy
• Mary Kay
• Wild Tree
• Thirty One
• Avon
• and homemade crafts from Megan Watson

The first 25 shoppers will receive a raffle ticket to be entered in the door buster drawing of our gift-pack valued at over $100.

Shoppers who may bring canned goods to benefit the Ada food pantry will receive additional raffle tickets.

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