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Flagpole. (Athens, Ga.) 1987-current, July 12, 2000, Image 12

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OUT THERE! continued from poge 11 by life in Oconee County. Through Aug. 19. KRIMSON KAFE (Watkinsville) Contemporary abstract paintings by Hannah Jones. Through July. LAMAR DODD SCHOOL OF ART Fabric Designs in the Main Gallery by Meredith Re and Vicki Eaton. Through July 14. Next Up: Sculptures by Chris Fennell and Flint Buchanan, July 14-21. LAST RESORT GRILL Paintings by Deonna Mann and Andy Cherewick. Through July. LOBLOLLY A varied collection of Tibetan and Persian rugs, Turkish pillows, pottery, paintings, ceramics and more by local artists. LOEF GALLERY Works by local artists, including turned wood by new member Don Fournier, photos by David Dwinell, Japanese watercolors by Egbert Ennulat glazed pottery by Linda Stickney, wood block prints and watercolors by Constance Marchell Flynn, colorful computer generated prints by Paul Edmonston and vibrant mixed-media pieces by Celia Brooks. LOWERY GALLERY AND SCULPTURE GROUNDS (Danielsville) Photographs by Robert Lowery. Through July. Also, sculptures by Jim Buonaccorsi, Chris Fennell, John Raulerson, Matthew Wicker, Beth Steele, David Jones, Terry Glispin and Dylan Neuwirth. LYNDON HOUSE ARTS CENTER "Rock Art An Exhibit of Visual Arts by Athens Musicians," a broad collec tion of paintings, photography, collage, sculptures, video/film and mixed-media installation pieces from your favorite local musicians. Through July 29. "4- Some Exhibition," through Aug. 19. "Full House," an exhibit by members of the five art groups that call the Lyndon House home: the Athens Fibercraft Guild, the Cotton Patch Quilt Guild, the Athens Art Association, the Lyndon House Arts Foundation, the Visual Arts Guild (Loef Gallery). Through Aug. 19. MARRAKECH EXFRESS Photography by Jonathan Evans. Through mid-July. Next Up: Collages by Jen Fink. Through mid-August. OCONEE COUNTY LIBRARY (Watkinsville) Paintings by Lenetta Root in the auditorium. Through July. RUGGIERE/RED DOOR GALLERIES (Watkinsville) Paintings by Eric Legge. Mary Porter and Peter Loose. S.E.D. GALLERY (UGA Caldwell Hall, Room G14) "North Oconee River Greenway," sponsored by the School of Environmental Design. Through July 28. STRAND Photo piecings by Pattiy Torno. Through August THOMPSON GALLERY (UGA) An installation, "The Soil Where You Stand," by Patricia Lord, professor at the University of Antioquia in Columbia. Through July 20. THE WINERY Paintings by Caroline Higgs. ART ELSEWHERE HIGH MUSEUM OF ART (Atlanta) "To Conserve a Legacy," an exhibit of more than 200 works of art drawn from the collec tions of six historically black colleges and uni versities and "Narratives of African American Art and Identity: The David C. Driskell Collection." Through Sept 24. (404) 733-HIGH. MADISON MORGAN CULTURAL CENTER (Madison) "Our Stuff: Madison Collects," an exhibit of artwork, paintings, quilting, pho tography, needlework and private art collec tions from area resi dents. (706) 342-4743. MONROE ART GUILD (Monroe) Annual exhibi tion by over 20 area antsts who are members of the guild July 12- Sept. 1. Opening recep tion on Friday, July 21. (770) 207-8937. AUDITIONS SUMMER MUSICALS Upcoming auditions for the Athens Creative Ti.eatre Summer Musical Series are ODen to anyone age 7 and up who wants to try singing, dancing or acting in three musical revues. Prepare a one-minute song and bring sheet music. Auditions for Those Crazy, Wacky Songs for the Kid in All of Us! take place at ACT on Monday, July 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call for an appointment, 613- 3628. CLAISES AFRO-HAITIAN DANCE Ente. the exciting world of traditional Afro-Haitian dance. Beginners are wel come, no dance experience necessary. Live percus sion. The Sanctuary in Watkinsville on Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. $8 per class. Ellen Bleier, 742-5605. ATHENS YOGA CENTER The center offers classes in beginner, interme diate and advanced yoga. Athens Yoga Center, 263 W. Clayton St Call for times and fees 546-4200. ATHENS YOGA THERA PEUTICS Ongoing private and small group classes in yoga and nutritional coaching with Kerry Fuiford. Athens Yoga Therapeutics, 987 Gaines School Rd. Call for fees and times, 207-5881. BUTTERFLY GARDENS Horticulturist Or. Paul Thomas will host a work shop on the plants and environment necessary to attract butterflies to ycur garden. Botanical Garden Visitors Center on Tuesday, Aug. 8 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Pre- regiitration required. Cost: S8. 542-1244. COMPUTER The ACC library offers classes in Word Processing, Introduction to the Internet and Searching the Web. You must know how to use a mouse. ACC Library throughout the month of July. Call for dates, times and to register, 613-3650, ext. 356. FIRST AID The American Red Cross sponsors regular Drawings Dy Jennifer Strevig at Barnes & Noble. classes in Community and Standard First Aid and Community CFR. Cost: S35-J40 per class. Call for availability and class schedule, 353-1645. FLYING DANCE TRAPEZE Learn the art of the flying dance trapeze in on-going classes. For times, location and fees, call Susan Murphy, 543-5017. HOME GREENHOUSE Wesley Smith and Ed Kegel, greenhouse managers at the Garden, lead a hands-on workshop on home greenhouse construction and maintenance and plant propagation. Botanical Garden on Thursday, July 27 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cost: $12. Space very limited, pre-registration required. 542-1244. IRISH DANCING Classes for kids and adults taught by Mary Beth Taylor. 1902 OCAF Arts Center, Watkinsville on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. for kids, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. for adults. Fees very reasonable. 208- 9757. LEARN CPR The Athens YMCA offers National Safety Council infant, child and adult CPR and first aid classes. YMCA, 915 Hawthorne Ave. Call for times, fees and registration, 543-6596. PHOTOGRAPHY "Personal Expression Through Photography" taught by Robert Lowery, Eastman Photography Scholar and winner of Kodak's Award for Excellence. Some black and white experience pre ferred, 35 mm or medium format camera required. Use of darkroom included. Pre-registration required, class size very limited. 795-0102 or lowerygallery@email.com. PIPE BAND The Athens Area Pipe Band is seeking pipers and drummers and anyone interested in learning bagpipes and Scottish-style drumming. For meeting times and location, call Brandon Davis, 310- 0254. SELF-DEFENSE The Sexual Assault Center of Northeast Georgia sponsors self-defense classes fo: women on a regular basis. 353-1912. TREE IDENTIFICATION Learn how to identify trees that are native to our region. A short indoor lecture and practice exercise will be lollowed by a walk through the grounds to identify tr?es in the Garden. Botanical Garden on Wednesday, Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Cost: $8. Space limited, pre-registration required. 542-1244 ZYDECO DANCING Practice and learn zydeco steps to the sound of zydeco tunes, Klassics on Atlanta Hwy., Tuesday evenings from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. FREE! 613-8287. “We caught ’em hook, line and sinka.” Try Our Daily Fresh Catch Specials. mms ITALIAN CAFE Come Try Our New Menu. Lasagna • Scampi • Manicotti • Ravioli • Scallopini Fresh Catch • Daily Specials • Homemade Desserts DOWNTOWN fcASTSIDE 401 CAST BROAD ST. 1965 BARNETT SHOALS RD. 354-6966 369-0085 IWEDNESDAY17/AI2 80 S DANCE NIGHT FREE POOL 7-llpm FRIDAY17/AI4 REGGAE WITH THE APOSTLES Ladies Get In Free Until Midnight j Open Daily 4pm I HAPPY HOUR SPECIALS I 1 $2.75 Pints of Bass, Sierra Nevada, New Castle. f .For Into Call 369-6958 • 346 E. Broad St. {Next to Jasty World) .. * V Body Wise % MASSAGE THERAPY Tate Silcox csmt/nmt Julia Frederick rn/cmt/nmt Lou A. Sharp cmt/nmt relaxation ^ orthopedic massage spa therapies geriatric massage 585 Research Drive, Suite D • 227-0069 Summer Clearance Sale in Progress INCLUDING: Clothing, Luggage and Whitewater Kayaks! 1225 S. Miiledge Ave. Athens, GA 30605 706.548.7225 12, 2000