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The 13th annual Southern Girls Rock & Roll Camp this week has given 50 girls between the ages of 10 and 17 a chance to express themselves through music. And now they get to showcase what they’ve learned. The camp will culminate in a showcase concert at 2 p. m. Saturday at Hinton Hall in the Wright Music Building at MTSU. Tickets are $10 for adults ages 18 and over and $5 for ages 10 through 17. Children under 10 will be admitted at no charge. Ages 7 to 12 can make delicious treats from the garden such as fresh salsa, cucumber salad and guacamole at The Garden Feast program at 10:30 a. m. Saturday at the Wilderness Station in Barfield Crescent Park, 697 Veterans Parkway. Take home ideas on how to make your own salsa garden and other fun garden tips. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 615-217-3017. The Tennessee Farmers Cooperative is presenting an exclusive premiere of the new movie, “The Ivy League Farmer,” to raise awareness of food insecurity, support the Murfreesboro... The exclusive screening will take place today at the Malco Cinema, 100 Movie Row. A meet-and-greet with interview opportunities will be at 6:15-6:45 p. m. , followed by a press conference and donation to the backpack program. , the movie will be shown. The End of Summer Luau will be from 6-10 p. m. Friday in the pool at Patterson Park Community Center, 521 Mercury Blvd. The luau-themed swim party. There will be food, a craft, and lots of swimming for ages 7 to 13. Cost is $5 if you preregister and $7 on the day of the event. Contact Carrie Clemmons at 615-893-7439 or cclemmons@murfreesborotn. True Jedis are strong in the mind and body. Have your little Padawan train with the Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation Department to learn how to strengthen their bodies with activities that include running, jumping, kicking, punching and perhaps even a little use of “the Force. ” Class size is limited. Registration is required. Registration starts Friday. The class will be held at 10:30 a. m. Saturday. Cost is $3 per child ages 3 to 7. Contact Allison Davidson at 615-895-5040 or adavidson@murfreesborotn. gov to register. The Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning educational cartoon series is transformed into a stage show with “Schoolhouse Rock Live. 7-9 at Center for the Arts, 110 W. College St. The energetic. Source: www.dnj.com
July 11, 2015. Augusta, Georgia. On the second floor of the Augusta Museum of History, the touch of a button sends the sounds of this town’s most famous native son cascading past autographed headshots, family photos and a pearlescent sequined cape. "It’s a man’s world, " the unmistakable voice wails. "Man made the cars to take us over the road. Singer James Brown took audience members to places few others could, rousing them to their feet with a singular genius that ultimately transformed his industry. "And after man make everything … You know that man makes money. To buy from other man. " Growing up in poverty, Brown the performer was so good and so prolific for so long, that in the end he became a brand unto himself — "the Godfather of Soul" — a global icon who so transcended a single musical genre that he practically created... On this day, only a few miles away, 16 and 17 year olds with similar ambitions gather. The young men wearing blue KD 35 backpacks know a basketball career leveraged correctly can be just as lucrative as one in music. But some also know the clock is already ticking. The basketball stage is a young man’s world, and the opportunities to stand out and take a step forward are rare and must be taken advantage of when they appear. Few command this stage like Malik Monk, a rising high school senior and consensus five-star recruit. If Malik and his half-brother Marcus are right and everything goes the way they believe it will and are planning for, he may one day become a player whose brand will be as identifiable and lucrative as that of The Godfather of Soul. At 11:15 a. m. , Monk wears large earphones, chin tilted down into a sinewy, 6′4 frame draped over a chair in a hotel hobby. An aficionado of Kevin Gates and Lil Herb, he is most certainly not listening to James Brown on this sweltering Saturday morning. Monk’s long-term goal is to be an NBA superstar but, for now, he will have to settle for being the nation’s most exciting high school basketball player. The top-ranked shooting guard in the class of 2016 boasts an unprecedented mix of hops, court awareness, shooting range and flat-out flair. He could be college basketball’s most electrifying phenom in 2016-17. Already, insiders struggle for apt comparisons for his skill level and athleticism. They tend to compare him with high school versions of Derrick Rose or John Wall, and then quickly add that Monk shoots much. Source: www.sbnation.com
Today "The Merchant of Venice" Performances: 8 p. m. today at Rynerson House, 266 W. Court Ave. Presented by Doña Ana Repertory Theatre. DART's founders are Darin Cabot, Algernon D'Ammassa, and Joseph Lopez. Info: 575-545-7613. Big Band Dance Club Dance: 8-10 p. m. today at Alma d'Arte, 402 W. Court St. The DJ will be Gary Koverman. Admission is $7 and $5 for students with student ID. Info: 526-6504. Summer Main Course Salads Class: 6-9 p. m. today at Kitchen Kraft, 980 N. Telshor Blvd. They will look to international recipes for satisfying seasonal salads filling enough to be the main course. Hands-on class. Cost is $78. Registration or info: 575-525-8466. Self Publishing Workshop: 6:30 p. m. today in the board room, Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave. Local writer and cartoonist Jason Salas will be offering a free workshop titled "Introduction to Self Publishing. " The workshop will give attendees some insight into how to go about self publishing a book. Info: Salas, jason. salas1@gmail. Networking Skills Workshop: 11:30 a. m. -1 p. m. today at the New Mexico State University's Fulton Center. The workshop, Evaluating Your Networking Plan, will be facilitated by Jack Barclay and George Pintar. The Network Las Cruces group is presenting an interactive workshop designed to give you more networking skills. Info: George, 575-680-6515. Friday. Mesilla Summer Music Series: 8-10 p. m. Friday at the historic Mesilla Plaza. Featuring Border Avenue. Bring lawn chairs for your convenience. Sponsored by the Town of Mesilla. Info: 575-571-3890. "Gone Girls": The Boba Cafe and Cabaret, 1900 S. Espina St. , presents "Gone Girls" on Friday and Saturday, celebrating performers of the 20th century. Featuring: McKensi Karnes, Christa Fredrickson, Valerie Mirelez and Jamie Smith. Featuring music by Carole King, Bette Midler, The Andrews Sisters, Ella Fitzgerald, Martha and the Vandellas and more. Dinner seats at 6 p. m. and showtime at 7 p. m. Cost is $27. 50. Cocktail show seats at 8:15 p. m. and show at 8:30 p. m. Cost is $12. 50. Reservations or info: 575-647-5900. Promoting Art in Las Cruces: Noon Friday at Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N.... The featured presenter. Source: www.lcsun-news.com
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