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This Week from Artsline

Monday, January 23rd

9:45am
Ellis West speaks during one session of the "Special Topics in History and Current Events" series. For Open University students ages 50+.
12:30pm
Emily Kimball, author and outdoor enthusiast, speaks during an after-lunch session for TSCOR members. Bring a sandwich for lunch at noon.
7:00pm
Unique theatre/dance collaboration of one-act plays. Dress for movement, read from the scripts, stay until 10:00. Performances: Mar 23, 24, 25. All performers PAID.

Tuesday, January 24th

10:00am
The viewing public will judge this popular show. Tuesday-Saturday 10 am - 4 pm. Free admission