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World” Youth Arts Exhibit


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Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Feb 3 - Noon - 2PM. 3080 Marlow Rd /Piner Rd. Local Author and recipient of Editor's Choice Award: Angela Lam Turpin's new book: The Human Act. The Human Act showcases 14 of Angela Lam's award-win- ning short stories. From the ghettos to suburbia, Lam tack- les the tough topics of poverty, romantic love, parenthood, eating disorders, sexual iden- tity, and family relationships illuminating the fear, hope, and longing of what it means to be human.


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Sonoma County Artists


Rohnert Park, CA. ~ The annual art show by Sonoma County artists will be held at the Rohnert Park-Cotati Library, 6250 Lynne Conde Way, Rohnert Park, March 5 through 16.


A reception to by


Lance Kuehne. New Artists: Fine Artists Tom Pittard, Tim Schiable, Sean Harmon, and Underwater photographer Jeff Lemelin.


Show dates


run through Mar 3rd, 2013. Riverfront Art Gallery 707- 775-4278. info@riverfron- tartgallery.com or www.river- frontartgallery.com


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meet the artists will be held 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6. Info? 707-584-9121.


PETALUMA, CA ~ The Petaluma Arts Center art


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Petaluma by Feb 5th, 2013. In conjunction with National Youth Arts Month (YAM) the Youth Arts Exhibition will give students an opportunity to exhibit their art in a profes- sional setting, be recognized in the community and on the state and national levels for their creative achievements. There is no fee to enter art in this exhibition but dona- tions to the arts center will be gratefully accepted to help cover the costs. The Petaluma Arts Center is a private, non- profit organization supported by the generosity of its mem- bership, donors, sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming,


the Center


provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. For Submission Details Please Contact – Kate at 707-364.2201 or Virginia May (707) 762-5600 x 101


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TAX TIME: Free income tax assistance for seniors and low to moderate income taxpay- ers. Mondays, 9-2, beginning February 4 and runs through April 15. (Closed Presidents Day February 18). At the community Center, 320 North McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA 94954. First come – first served. No appointments. Bring your documents and be prepared to wait.


Free Petaluma Senior Center Events!


FOUR GENERATIONS WORKSHOP by Chance Massaro. Free. Saturday, February 16, 9:30-12:00. For people who want to relax and enjoy their elderly parents, for parents wanting to help their children thrive in this chang- ing world, for business people who may indeed have four generations working together. Please call the Senior Center at 778-4399 to register.


More info? Call Don Streeper or Amy Johnson _ City of Petaluma, Recreation Services @ 707-778-4399


Over the centuries, the holiday evolved, and by the 18th century, gift-giving and exchanging hand-made cards on Valentine's Day had become common in England. Hand-made valentine cards made of lace, ribbons, and featuring cupids and hearts eventually spread to the American colonies. The tradition of Valentine's cards did not become widespread in the United States, however, until the 1850's, when Esther A. Howland, a Mount Holyoke graduate and native of Worcester, Mass., began mass-producing them. Today, of course, the holiday has become a booming commercial success. According to the Greeting Card Association, 25% of all cards sent each year are valentines.


Irradiation was used for the first time in 1963 to sterilize dried fruits and vegetables, in order to stop sprouting and to control insect infestation.


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