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Adventures in Everyday Living, Thursday, January 16, 2014

2014-01-15T00:00:00Z 2014-01-15T17:18:23Z Adventures in Everyday Living, Thursday, January 16, 2014By Pat Colander nwitimes.com
January 15, 2014 12:00 am  • 

The ice and snow appreciation edition has info on re-scheduled, re-rehearsed and re-emerging self-improvement projects, warm-up exercises and back-to-school specials.

SAIC/WaterStreetGlassworks Exhibition and Performance: For the past two weeks, students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago teamed up with local artists for an intensive glass-making training session. On Saturday night there will be a special exhibit and performance to celebrate and show off the work that came out of the workshop. The event at Glassworks in Benton Harbor is free and open to the public starting at 6pm (ET).

What the Expert Gardeners Do in Winter: Originally set for last weekend when the roads were impassable in Miller Beach, the famous garden club will present “Gardening 101,” at 9am on Saturday at the Aquatorium in Marquette Park. For questions about the event, or other details, call Corya Channing 219 938 8532 for more information.

Improve Your Game at the Range at Harbor Shores: The golf course is closed until April but in the meantime, Harbor Shores urges golfers to take advantage of $20.14 off Range and Range Plus passes. Also PGA pros are ready to give indoor golf lessons at the Benton Harbor learning center facility. Even though the Grille is closed for now, the golf club is open Monday-Friday from 8am – 5pm.

And Tonight Previews of Fences Directed By Mark Spencer Begin: Gary Dramatis Lauerate Mark Spencer is working on a new production of August Wilson’s “Fences,”---Wilson’s series chronicles each of the 10 decades in the 20th Century through the eyes of an African-American family in Pittsburgh. Fences is one of the most critically-acclaimed of the award-winning plays. The play, at the IUN theater on Grant St., just north of I-94, starts at 7pm and tickets are available at the door for $10 for students and $25 for others. Reservations are accepted and are highly recommended by calling (219) 980-6808 or visiting www.iun.edu/theatre.For information, contact Mark Spencer at masmedia7@yahoo.com.

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