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To some, different music, World Music in fact, can be an almost scary thing. Well, on this week's World Music Show (5/30), I'll set to ease your fears, if any. And, if you're not fearful of different beats, then this week's show will just be a good kick in the pants--you know, a show filled with a mixture of interesting beats culled from all over the globe.

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This Week from Artsline

Thursday, May 28th

9:00am
Enjoy regular T'ai Chi practice in the Garden, weather permitting, with Rie Parker Franklin. 6 sessions – 9-10am. $147 / $75 member.
9:00am
Mary Wilson, one of the original Supremes, will be the keynote for a Bon Secours event celebrating successful aging. Call 1-888-490-9355 to purchase tickets.
10:00am
3 day workshop -Learn to look for objects that jar your creative and exciting treatments for your collages. Call 436-9309 to register.
10:00am
Rappahannock Art League member, Marge Alderson will submit original works of art for viewing and purchase. Gallery is open Tues-Sat 10 am - 4pm