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Unique Boutique
4106 Huron Street
North Branch
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Dec 8, 2016

Holiday Events

Teasley Lane. Songs, stories and puppets with Santa. Bring a camera for photos with Santa. Free. FRIDAY 11 a.m. — Santa Story Time for ages 1-5 at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Songs, stories and puppets with Santa. Bring a camera for photos with Santa. Free. 7 p.m. — Denton Community Theatre’s Theatre School presents A Christmas Stocking at the PointBank Black Box Theatre, 318 E. Hickory St. Play for all ages features theater students in holiday tales such as “The Mitten,” “The Legend of the Poinsettia” and “The Christmas Truce of 1914.” $8 at the door; or $5 in advance. $3 discount at the door in exchange for three nonperishable food items. Call 940-382-1915 or visit 7:30 p.m. — Reindeer Romp, a 4.2-mile run and a 2.5-mile walk through a neighborhood with Christmas lights, starting at South Lakes Park, 556 Hobson Lane. $30; includes shirt, snacks and drinks. Free holiday fun zone with bounce house, crafts and face painting will entertain kids while the adults run (unlesss the temperature is below 38 degrees). Visit or call 940-349-7275. 7:30 p.m. — Denton Community Theatre presents The Christmas Express by Dori Leeman at the Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hic... (Denton Record Chronicle)

Jul 27, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, July 27 through 31

Community Center, 2 to 2:30 p.m., 217 Cedar Ave. All in Independence. • Emulsion Lifts: Photography Deconstructed, for adults, 7 p.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Learn how to take these old school photos, lift the emulsion image off the paper, and move it to a new surface to create a unique work of art. Free, but registration is required, call 224-8772. • The Business of Food Trucks: Ask the Experts, for adults, 6:30 p.m., South Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 13700 E. 35th St. Do you have a food truck dream? This is your chance to ask food truck industry experts your questions about making that dream come true, as well as receive valuable expert insights into getting started in the food truck industry. Free, but registration is required, call 461-2050. • Baseball Storytime with Sluggerrr, for all ages, 10 a.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr will make special appearances at Summer Reading Program events all summer long. Free, but registration is required, call 224-8772. • Aesop’s Fables and Other Tales, for all ages, 2 p.m., Blue Springs South Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 2220 S. Missouri 7. Aesop’s Fables and Other Tales is a puppet show full of storytelling, music, and puns! These stories that each teach a moral through humor, creativity, and puppetry. Free, but registration is required, call 229-3571. • Dinosaur O’Dell’s Ready, Set, Read Around the World, for all ages, 7 p.m., North Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 317 W. U.S. 24. Whether he’s shooting hoops on a ranch in North America, swimming with piranhas in the Amazon River, or climbing Mount Everest, Dino’s songs and stories are not only entertaining, but engaging. Free, but registration is required, call 252-0950. • Ready! Set! Create!, for ages 5 and older, 2 p.m., South Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 13700 E. 35th St. Come to the Library for four weeks of creative fun as we construct domino races, marble obstacles, cardboard mazes, and more. Free, but registration is required, call 461-2050. • Teens at the Library, 3 p.m., North Independence Branch of Mid-Continent Public Libr... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Jun 22, 2016

What's Happening | Wednesday, June 22 through 26

LEGO bricks and other STEAM skills. Free. For questions, call 701-3483. • Catch the Magic, Read, for all ages, 10 a.m., Blue Springs North Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 850 N.W. Hunter Drive. Race into the outdoors for an adventure full of magic, silly puppets, and fun. Join The Fishin’ Magicians, and see why they say the fastest way to wellness is out in nature, where another kind of magic happens. Ask them how to do any of their tricks or how to catch fish, and they’ll say “Go check out a book from the Library.” Free, but registration is required, call 224-8772. • T. Texas Terry’s Adventures in Reading, for ages 4 and older, 10:30 a.m., Grain Valley Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 101 S.W. Eagles Pkwy. Check out the wackiest library you’ve ever seen. Learn about everything from circuses to science on a tour of magician Terry DaVolt’s very special and very large collection of books. Be prepared to be a part of the adventure. Free, but registration is required, call 228-4020. • KC Zoomobile: Australia, for ages 5 and older, 10 a.m., Colbern Road Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 1000 N.E. Colbern Road, Lee's Summit. Go on an Australian-themed adventure with the Kansas City Zoo. Learn Aussie folklore and culture, and meet some animal friends from “down under.” Join the Zoo staff, and learn something new about Australia! Free, but registration is required, call 525-9924. • The Polished Brass, 7 p.m., Raytown Branch of Mid-Continent Public Library, 6131 Raytown Road. Join The Polished Brass for a musical experience designed to captivate the spirit, stir the soul, excite the imagination, and enlighten the mind. Comprised of senior citizens from the Raytown area, The Polished Brass will play classic standards mixed with a few surprises. Audience participation is highly encouraged. Free, but registration is required, call 353-2052. • Beginning Ancestry Library Edition, 7 p.m., Midwest Genealogy Center, 3440 S. Lee's Summit Road, Independence. Search the U.S. Federal Census from 1790 to 1940 as well as immigration, vital, military, court, church, and ethnic records. Explore city directories, Social Security Death Index, and much, much more. Basic computer literacy needed. Free, but registration is required, call 252-7228. • Drop-In Table Tennis, 9 a.m. to noon, Truman Memorial Building, 416 W. Maple Ave., Independence. Cost, $2. 325-7843. • Lions Club meeting, 7 a.m., Englewood Cafe, 10904 E. Winner Road, Independence. • Bingo, doors open at 4 p.m.; bingo starts at 6:30 p.m., Stanley-Pack American Legion Post 499, 499 S. Missouri 7, Blue Springs. Pull tabs, snack bar and beverages available. Everyone welcome. 229-4990. • Buckner VFW Post 8101 Bingo, 7 p.m., 95 Baker Street, Buckner. There is a $15 cost and a sliding scale for payouts that depends on the number of players. • Al-Anon meeting, 10 a.m., Blue Ridge Trinity Lutheran Church, 5757 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown. Come to lower level back door, there is parking at the back. 353-5446. • Xi Xi Sigma, 6:30 p.m., gather for the June Call meeting at Islamorada Fish Company at Bass Pro. JUNE 23 • Nature Story Time: Make room for butterflies, 10 and 11 a.m., George Owens Nature Park, 1601 S. Speck Road, Independence. Explore the outdoors, make crafts and listen to great stories. Free. To register, call 325-7115. • Garage Sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Open Arms congregation o... (Blue Springs Examiner)

Apr 22, 2016

Norcross honors SJ Green Ribbon School

Station; Egg Harbor Township High School in Egg Harbor Township; West Caldwell Tech in West Caldwell; and Raritan Valley Community College in North Branch. Matt Flowers: (856) 486-2913; Don't miss a thing Download our apps and get alerts for local news, crime, weather, traffic and more. Search "Courier-Post" in the app store or use these links from your device: iPhone app Android app iPad app. And be sure to 'like' us on Facebook! Read or Share this story: ... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)

Apr 22, 2016

Somerville Florist Teaches Flower Arranging to Midland School Girl Scout Troop

Dressed proudly in their green vests the Girl Scouts of Troop 60884 all attend the Midland School in North Branch. Midland School is a special education school for children with developmental disabilities. More than 90 school districts send students to the school which focuses on the students’ social, emotional and academic needs as well as career training. The girls meet with their leaders twice a month and take field trips to earn the patches, pins and badges arranged on their vests, a proud reflection where they have been, what they have done and what they have learned. Seader lavished the girls with praise and kindness, reinforced by the troop leaders, Suzy Frank, Nancy Fitzgerald and Kathy Andia, all of whom have been with the troop for 20 years, and and Bev Kelly, now in her third year. “We try to teach the girls to be independent through these projects,” Frank said. Each of the girls was called to the front of room by Seader, where she presented them with a certificate acknowledging their work and newfound knowledge, as well as a goody bag. The girls also taught Seader a new skill – sign language. “This was a great experience, I can’t wait to do another program with the school,” Seader said. “It was really rewarding." ...

Feb 3, 2016

Peace and quiet is attainable in Chicago -- if you know where to look

Albany Park’s Eugene Field Park (5100 N.Ridgeway Ave.) is another gem: spacious, green, with the North Branch of the Chicago River running through it. If you’re heading there on bike or on foot, take the wooded path that begins unassumingly at West Carmen and North Central Park avenues. Also in Albany Park, the North Shore Channel Trail — ideal for walking, biking or running — starts in Ronan Park (3000 W. Argyle St.) and follows the channel north into Evanston. While you’re on the Northwest Side, be sure to spend a meditative moment at the Felician Sisters grotto (3800 W. Peterson Ave.) — an artificial cave, surrounded by statuary and situated in the convent gardens (open to the public, but be respectful of other visitors by keeping volume down) — or find serenity at the wildlife-filled North Park Village Nature Center (5801 N. Pulaski Road). Peaceful cafes The quaint Ravenswood Manor outpost of First Slice Pie Cafe (4664 N. Manor Ave.), just off the Francisco Brown Line stop, is our favorite of the three locations. Grab takeout, and explore the quiet streets and pocket parks of the neighborhood. While the first floor of Humboldt Park’s Star Lounge Coffee Bar (2521 W. Chicago Ave.) is typically abuzz with coffee talk — both casual chitchat and literal convos about coffee roasting — the second floor accommodates those thirsty for quiet. You won’t necessarily find solitude at the popular Waterfront Cafe (6219 N. Sheridan Road), but the beachy atmosphere — tiki torches, picnic tables — and stunning views of Lake Michigan have a calming effect. It might be the most summery place in the city. Book nooks If you’re looking for a picturesque place to read, head to the ninth-floor Winter Garden at Harold Washington Library (400 S. State St.), an elegant atrium with a glass-paneled ceiling. Architecturally very different but qually peaceful is the library at the Poetry Foundation (61 W. Superior St.), a beautiful, minimalist space that houses 30,000 volumes of poetry. South Side serenity Built on a former rail yard, the 12-acre Ping Tom Memorial Park (1700 S. Wentworth Ave.), on the edge of Chinatown, is a welcome oasis within a gritty industrial area. Running along the south bank of the Chicago River, it boasts riverfront walkways, bamboo gardens, a pagoda-style pavilion and impressive views of downtown. Speaking of which, have you ever observed the Chicago skyline from a fire pit on Lake Michigan? Tucked behind the South Shore Cultural Center (7059 S. South Shore Drive), a short distance south of the public beach,... (Chicago Tribune)


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