January 2015 Calendar

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Arts

Ongoing – February 21:  Trio:  Beyond Boundaries Exhibition, Alexandria Museum of Art, 10a.m.-5p.m. Tue.-Fri., 10a.m.-4p.m. Sat.  AMoA welcomes home three African American artists from Louisiana who have broken state boundaries, becoming successful nationwide.  The works of Malaika Favorite, Phoenix Savage and Cullen Washington, Jr. surpasses racial and cultural boundaries in their artistic themes and have encouraged others to do the same.  Cost:  $4 adults; $3 students/seniors/military; $2 youth 4-13; under 4 free.  Call Megan Valentine:  443-3458.

 

Ongoing – February 21:  Crossing Cultures:  Belle Yang, a Story of Immigration, Alexandria Museum of Art, 10a.m.-5p.m. Tue.-Fri., 10a.m.-4p.m. Sat.  Belle Yang is an author, graphic novelist and children’s book illustrator who translates her experiences as a Chinese-American immigrant into bold, powerful artworks. The exhibition features approximately 25 paintings and 8 illustrations that embrace Yang’s Asian heritage.  Cost:  $4 adults; $3 students/seniors/military; $2 youth 4-13; under 4 free.  Call Megan Valentine:  443-3458.

 

January 17:  Family Art Class:  Stories About Me That You Can See with the Art of Belle Yang, Alexandria Museum of Art, 1-3p.m.  Families and kids of all ages will discuss the graphic art and visual storytelling of Belle Yang and learn to create their own autobiographic comic book style stories.  Cost:  Free for AMoA member families; $20 for non-member families (up to four participants).  Call Cindy Blair:  443-3458.

 

January 24:  The Muse’s Screen Printing T-Shirt Workshop, Alexandria Museum of Art, 1-4p.m.  Participants will make a statement by designing and creating their own original screen printed t-shirts.  Cost:  Admission free for ages 14-21.  Call Cindy Blair:  443-3458.

 

February 7:  Spanish Language Tour of Exhibitions and Artist Talk, Alexandria Museum of Art, Tour: 1-2p.m., Talk:  2-3:30p.m.  Have fun talking in Spanish and learning about the art of Spanish-speaking cultures.  Conversation, cultural exchange and fun!  Facilitated by Carlos Villaseñor Anaya (bilingual), International Consultant and expert in Cultural Development and Cultural Policy.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Amanda Guillot:  443-3458.

 

Dance

January 17 – 18:  Auditions for Company Membership, 2700 Lee St., time:  TBD.  Sponsored by Red River Dance Theatre Company.  Auditions are open to dancers ages 9-18 from Central Louisiana dance schools.  Cost:  $5.  Call Carrie Young:  443-7500.  www.redriverdance.org

 

 

Music

January 16:  Acoustic Concert Series, Alexandria Museum of Art, 6:30-8:30p.m.  Live music, food and fun!  Every third Thursday, join AMoA for its most popular recurring social event.  Enjoy lively conversation with friends, connect with art, listen to music hosted by John Wakefield and featuring a guest musician, and snack on tasty food and drink.  Cost:  Free for AMoA members; $4 for non-members.  Call Amanda Guillot or Steve Farnsley:  443-3458.

 

January 25:  Tango del Cielo, Coughlin- Saunders Performing Arts Center, 2:30p.m.  Sponsored by Rapides Symphony Orchestra.  A program of music and dance with harpist Anna Maria Mendieta and tango and flamenco dancers.  Cost:  $25 adults; $15 seniors; $10 students.  Call James Owens:  484-4469.

 

January 30:  Rhythm & Rhymes Spoken Word Performing Arts Series, Alexandria Museum of Art, 7-9p.m.  Musical and spoken word performances, including open mic and featured performers, are presented by AMoA.  Promoting the art of spoken word and self-expression, and creating opportunities for poets.  Featuring Alexandria native and accomplished slam poet Sha’Condria Sibley.  Cost:  Free for AMoA members; $4 for non-members.  Call Amanda Guillot:  443-3458.

 

February 1:  Recital of Music for Voice and Viola, Worship Center, Calvary Baptist Church, 3p.m.  Sponsored by Calvary Baptist Church Conservatory of Music.  Susan Fletcher Lyle, Mezzo-Soprano and Kristine Fletcher Joubert, viola.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Kristine Joubert:  201-9892.

 

Theatre

January 16 – 18:  OLPS School Play Disney’s Aladdin, Jr., Coughlin- Saunders Performing Arts Center, 7p.m. Friday, 2p.m. Sat. and Sun.  Sponsored by Our Lady of Prompt Succor School and City Park Players.  Cost:  $10.  Call Tonya Curcio:  449-9073 ext. 209.

 

Events

Ongoing – April 15:  Check What Matters Benefitting Make-A-Wish, Statewide program.  Help make wishes come true by donating a portion or all of your Louisiana state income tax refund to Make-A-Wish® Texas Gulf Coast and Louisiana.  Help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions right here in our Louisiana community.  Check What MattersSM to share the power of a wish.  Call Jackie Heroman:  504-846-9474.

 

Ongoing – February 28:  2015 Adult/YA BINGO Reading Challenge! Rapides Parish Libraries.  Kick off the New Year by challenging yourself to read more, to read more widely and to have fun doing it all.  Multiple ways to play, traditional or get creative and cheeky and find as many combinations you can.  Ages 18 and up.  Cost:  Free – must have library card (also free).  Call Suzanne DeKeyzer James:  445-2411 ext. 1060.

 

January 6: Healing Hearts Perinatal Loss Support Group, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Trellis Room, 6 p.m.  The group helps parents who have lost babies. Call: 769-7569.

 

January 8: Diabetes Awareness Class, Gunter Branch Library,  4:30pm to 6:00pm.  Diabetes Awareness Class with Marie Simpson, Diabetes Educator at Christus Cabrini Hospital. Come and learn about the state of Louisiana’s most prevalent health issue and learn how to monitor and control type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This program is for adults. Cost: Free.  Call: (318) 443-7259. www.rpl.org

 

January 8: Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery Seminar, Cabrini Women’s & Children’s Hospital Conference Room, 6:00pm. Please pre-register.  Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 8: Main Library Book Club, Main Library, 6:00pm to 7:30pm.  The Main Library Book Club will be discussing The Whip by Karen Kondazian. Inspired by the true story of a woman, Charlotte “Charley” Parkhurst (1812-1879) who lived most of her life as a man in the old west. The destruction of her family drove her west to California, dressed as a man, to track the killer. This program is for adults. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 445-2411 x 1022. www.rpl.org

 

January 10: Cabrini Breastfeeding Class, Cabrini Women’s & Children’s Hospital Conference Room, 9:00am-1:00pm.  This class is taught by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and focuses on the benefits, techniques and concerns of breastfeeding. The father/support partner is welcome. Cost: $20.  Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 10: RRMC Breastfeeding Class, Rapides Regional Medical Terrace Gallery Room, 9:00am-3:00pm.  Intended for women wanting to breastfeed their infants, this one-day class is taught by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and focuses on advantages, preparation and troubleshooting techniques. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding for your baby. Research shows that learning about breastfeeding prenatally enhances your breastfeeding experience. The support partner/father is welcome to attend. Lunch is included.  Call: 318-769-4440.

 

January 10: Turn Over A New Leaf: Fight Obesity, Westside Regional Library, 2:00pm to 5:00pm. Velva Boles, MD, and PhD presents “Turn Over a New Leaf: Health Alternatives to Fight Obesity, Hypertension and Diabetes.”  This program addresses the problems of obesity, hypertension, and diabetes and the long-term effects of each. This program is for adults. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 442-2483 x1906. www.rpl.org

 

January 12: The Morning Widowed Persons Support Group, Cabrini Mediplex Serenity Room, 11:00am.  This is an on-going support group for men and women whose spouse has died. There will be group sharing time and this group has trained outreach volunteers who are available to the newly grieving.  The Morning Widowed Support Group meets on the second Monday of each month and is sponsored by Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital.  Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 12: Look Good, Feel Better, Rapides Cancer Center, 11:30am – 1:30pm.  Cancer can rob a woman of her energy, appetite and strength. But it doesn’t have to take away her self-confidence. Look Good…Feel Better is a free program led by a trained volunteer cosmetologist who teaches beauty techniques to female cancer patients in active therapy. In order to provide complimentary cosmetics, advance registration is required. Please identify what color makeup kit you will need: light, medium, dark or extra dark.  Call: 337-433-5131.

 

January 13: Type 1 Diabetes Support Group, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Trellis Room, 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. A support group for Type 1 Diabetes patients and their families is held the second Tuesday of each month. Each class will offer 30 minutes of education and 30 minutes of question and answer and discussion.  Call: (318) 769-3109.

 

January 13: Sibling Class, Cabrini Women’s & Children’s Hospital Conference Room, 6:00pm-8:00pm.  This class is a fun, interactive class designed specifically for young siblings who are expecting a new baby in the home. Cost: $10.  Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 13: Martin Book Club, Martin Library, 2:00pm to 3:00pm.  The Martin Book Club members discuss the best-seller novel, Breaking Point by C.J. Box. Two EPA employees have just been murdered and all the signs point to a hard-working upright local business owner. It was an awful story. Was it the whole story? This program is for adults. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 442-7575. www.rpl.org

 

January 14: Diabetes Group Class, RRMC Medical Terrace Auditorium, 9:00am-noon.  This program is designed for adults with newly diagnosed diabetes and for people needing a refresher course in diabetes management. This is a basic diabetes program; therefore no physician referral is required. The program content follows the American Diabetes Association guidelines and uses a variety of teaching methods to enhance learning. Topics include meal planning, monitoring blood sugar, medications, complications, and learning to deal with a chronic disease.  The course is taught by Sandy Couvillon, Registered Dietitian, and Amie Starks, Registered Nurse.  Space is limited; please pre-register. Cost: Free.  Call: (318) 769-3106.

 

January 15: Communication Services for the Deaf and Deaf-Blind, Main Library, 9:30am to 1:30pm.  Carol Tisdale from Hamilton Relay will be on hand to answer questions and inform the public of free services for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking on the phone. This program is for adults. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 445-2411 x1036 or x 1030. www.rpl.org

 

January 15: As Young As You Feel Day, Main Library, 10:00am to 12:30pm.  Participants age 50 and up will have a grand time playing games of the past and present. Don’t miss out on the fun! Light lunch is provided. Pre-registration is required. Cost: Free. Call Faith Johnson: (318) 445-2411 x 1036 or x1030. www.rpl.org

 

January 15: Parkinson’s Support Group, Cabrini Mediplex Serenity Room, 11:00am-12:30pm.  This group meets on the third Thursday of each month and is open to anyone who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and their family/caregiver.  We offer educational handouts and programs plus a chance to share with others. Lunch is provided by Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital. Please pre-register. Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 15: Pink Ribbon Club, Christus Cabrini Cancer Center, 5:30pm.  This breast cancer support group is for education, advocacy and support of breast cancer patients and survivors. Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 15: Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Main Library from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.  Join us as we celebrate with a viewing of the famous 1963 “I have a dream” speech Dr. King gave during the historic March on Washington that drew more than 200,000 people. Also featured in this program, Morris Taft Thomas, Visual Artist, Poet,  Sculptor, and Educator, from Alexandria, fondly and respectively remembers Dr. King and work he did to bring equality to all people regardless of their ethnicity. Refreshments served after the film. This program is a family-friendly event. Cost: Free. Call Faith Johnson: (318) 445-2411 x1036 or x 1030. www.rpl.org

 

January 15: Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery Support Group, Cabrini Women’s & Children’s Hospital Conference Room, 6:00pm. Please pre-register. Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 15: Ladies Book Club, Gunter Branch Library, 6:30pm to 8:00pm. The Ladies Book Club discusses Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. On a May afternoon in 1943, an Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean and disappeared, leaving only a spray of debris and a slick of oil, gasoline, and blood. Then, on the ocean surface, a face appeared. This program is for adults. Bring a covered dish and enjoy the discussion. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 443-7259. www.rpl.org

 

January 17: Childbirth Class, Cabrini Women’s & Children’s Hospital Conference Room, 9:30am-4:00pm.  This class is designed especially for expecting couples from early pregnancy through the delivery process. All classes are taught by certified childbirth educators. Cost: $30.  Call: 866-581-3627.

 

January 17: Preparing for College:  Free Financial Aid Workshop, Main Library, 1:00pm to 2:00pm.  Christie Smith, College Planning & Client Services Representative from AskLELA.org will present valuable information on gearing up for college. Assistance with completing a FAFSA and help with potential scholarship resources. This event is for all college bound students and their parents. Adults returning to college are encouraged to attend as well.  Pre-registration is required! Cost: Free. Call Faith Johnson: (318) 445-2411 x 1036 or x1030. www.rpl.org

 

January 17: The Dreams of King Teen/Tween Book Club, Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, 1:30pm- 3:30pm.  Kick off the New Year discussing books that went to the theater. Discussion of books read and critique of the movies that followed. This is a teen and tween program. Cost: Free.  Call: (318) 445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

January 18:  Wreath-Placing Ceremony, MLK Memorial, Murray St., 4:30p.m.  Sponsored by Local Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.  The March will begin at the corner of Washington St. and MLK Dr. and end at the MLK Memorial on Murray St.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Jeffery Franklin:  473-9905.

 

January 19:  MLK Prayer Breakfast, Convention Hall, 6:30a.m.  Sponsored by City-Wide Interdenominational Crusade.  Everyone come out for this inspirational and motivational breakfast and help make this community event a success.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Reverend Wesley Lott:  451-5979 or Reverend Joseph Martin, Jr.:  289-0185.

 

January 19:  MLK Parade, Bolton Ave. in front of Save-a-Lot, 10a.m.  Sponsored by City-Wide Interdenominational Crusade.  The parade will begin on Bolton Avenue and proceed to Jackson St. and end on Second St. in front of the Alexandria Riverfront Center.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Reverend S.Y. Brady:  445-1977.

 

January 19:  MLK Noon-Day Celebration, Alexandria Riverfront Center, Noon.  Sponsored by City-Wide Interdenominational Crusade.  The Noon-Day Celebration will commence immediately following the MLK Parade.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Reverend Wesley Lott:  451-5979 or Reverend Joseph Martin, Jr.:  289-0185.

 

January 20: 2015 Christian Unity Service, St. James Episcopal Church, 12:00pm.  The Christian Unity Service is the highlight of a week-long observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian unity.  The Rt. Rev. Jacob W. Owensby, PhD, DD, IV Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana will officiate the service.  The preacher will be the Rev. Dr. Frank W. Hughes, rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Minden. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 442-1304.

 

January 20: Kids Book Club, Gunter Branch, 5:00pm to 6:30pm.  The Kids Book Club discusses the book Holes by Louis Sachar. Stanley’s family has a history of bad luck, so when a miscarriage of justice sends him to Camp Green Lake Juvenile Detention Centre he’s not surprised.  When he’s told his daily labor is dig a hole, five foot wide by five foot deep, and report anything that he finds in that hole—that is extraordinary!  There will be creative presentations during the program. This is a family-friendly activity.  Cost: Free.  Call: (318) 443-7259. www.rpl.org

 

January 20: King’s Royal Readers, Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, 5:00pm to 6:00pm.  Join the King’s Royal Readers as they begin the New Year discussing the novel Family of Lies by Mary Monroe. Vera Lomax used every gold-digging trick in the book to land a rich, older husband. Now she balances a life of shopping and affairs with younger men with a major secret.  This program is for adults. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

January 21:  Cenla Women’s Connection Luncheon, Conference Center at the Greens, 12:00pm.  Program features “From Handcuffs to Hallelujahs” presented by Darlene Washington.  Registration includes salad, entree, dessert, coffee/tea and feature.  Come and connect with other local ladies!  Please pre-register by January 16th.  Cost: $16.00. Call: (318) 481-7880.

 

January 22:  H2O – Helping 2 Overcome Homelessness, Emmanuel Baptist Church Parking Lot, 10a.m.-Noon.  Sponsored by Volunteers of America.  VOA along with other community partners provides instant, on-site services to the homeless or imminently homeless population.  Food, clothing, housing options, haircuts and medical screenings are available at no charge.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Tracey Antee:  442-8026.

 

January 22: Car Seat Safety Seminar, McDonald Branch Library,  10:00am to 11:00am.  Dr. Claudia Glascock, Executive Director of Hispanic Committee of the South, will conduct a Car Seat Safety Seminar. Register to win a car seat. This is a family-friendly event. Cost: Free. Call:  (318) 748-4848. www.rpl.org

 

January 22: Muscular Dystrophy Support Group, RRMC Medical Terrace Gallery Room, 6:00pm.  Meetings include guest speakers and access to staff from the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Call: 337-234-0088.

 

January 24:  Calmex XXIX, Managan Center, Westlake, LA, 8a.m.-3p.m.  Sponsored by Southwest Area Modelers of Plastic (SWAMP).  Anticipating over 215 models on display.  Best viewing time from Noon-3p.m.  Cost:  Model viewing free; go to www.ipmsswamp.com for contest fees.  Call Robert Leishman:  337-244-9938.

 

January 24: Cenla Fly Fishing Festival, Kees Park Civic Center, 9:00am – 4:00pm. Seminars, fly tying demonstrations, casting clinics, vendors, more. Seminars cover fly fishing basics, kayak fishing, fish biology, local waters, saltwater fishing.  Cost: Free. Call:  318-793-5855. www.kisatchiefly.org

 

January 24:  Harvest Barn Kickoff 2015, 6233 Old Baton Rouge Highway, 9a.m.-1p.m.  Sponsored by Inglewood Farm.  Celebrate the beginning of the new year of local food with the Inglewood Harvest Barn Market.  Hay rides, horse rides, live music and over 20 local food vendors.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Stephen Reed:  442-6398.

 

January 24: Prepared Childbirth Class, RRMC Medical Terrace Gallery Room, 9:00am – 2:00pm.  This one-day class, taught by a certified childbirth instructor, prepares couples for the actual delivery. Topics include stages of labor and delivery, when to go to the hospital, pain management, assisted delivery, Cesarean birth as well as a tour of Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital. A light lunch will be provided. Call: 318-769-4440.

 

January 26: The Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group, Cabrini Mediplex Serenity Room, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  This group is designed for Caregivers and/or family members of those diagnosed with Alzheimer/Dementia. We offer educational handouts, sharing time, and lunch is provided by Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital.  The Alzheimer Support Group meets on the fourth Monday of each month.  Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 26: The Alzheimer’s Activity Group, Cabrini Mediplex Serenity Room, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  The activity group will be offered for those with Alzheimer’s disease.  The staff from Emeritus Senior Living will offer appropriate activities with a fun, hands-on approach.  This group meets on the fourth Monday of the month in conjunction with the Caregivers Support Group.  The caregiver must attend the Caregivers Group and stay on campus during this group time.  Lunch is provided by Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital.  Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 26:  Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon, Brumfield Caffey Ballroom, LSUA Campus, 11:30a.m.-1p.m.  Cost: $10.  Call Mary B. McCampbell:  619-2917.

 

January 26: Breathing and Relaxation, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Cascade Room, 6:30pm – 8:30pm.  Taught by a certified childbirth instructor, this class will be an in-depth opportunity to practice breathing and relaxation techniques and other comfort measures for labor and delivery. The support partner/father is encouraged to attend. Bring pillows to class.  Please pre-register. Call: 318-769-4440.

 

January 27: Robertson Book Club, Robertson Branch, 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  The Robertson Book Club members will be discussing Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. Elizabeth had everything a modern American woman was supposed to want—husband, country home, and successful career–but instead of feeling happy and fulfilled, she felt consumed by panic and confusion. This program is for adults. Cost: Free.  Call: (318) 640-3098. www.rpl.org

 

January 29: A Novel Idea Book Club, Westside Regional Library, 4:00pm to 6:00pm.  A Novel Idea Book Club meets to discuss the novel Hurricane Sisters by Dorothea Benton Frank. In a sultry land of ancient magic, glorious sunsets, and soothing coastal breezes three generations of strong women struggle to understand their complicated relationships. This program is a family-friendly event. Cost: Free. Call: (318) 442-2483. www.rpl.org

 

January 30:  Opening Reception Black History Month Art Exhibit, Kent Plantation House, 4-6p.m.  Sponsored by Kent Plantation House and Ethal Dixon’s Art Studio.  Come visit and meet the artists and view the presented work.  All works will be available for sale.  Refreshments provided.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Kent Plantation House:  487-5998.

 

January 31: LEGO Club, Main Library, 10:00am to 11:00am.  Are you up for the LEGO build challenge? Come and meet other club members and share your building skills! Bring your creativity and make it an awesome morning! Open for new LEGO engineers! Cost: Free. Call Faith Johnson: (318) 445-2411 x 1036 or x1030. www.rpl.org

 

February 6:  Pineville Light the Night Mardi Gras Parade, Main St., Pineville, 5:30p.m.  The parade proceeds down Main St., crosses the Jackson St. Bridge and ends at the Alexandria Riverfront Center.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Madonna LeBlanc:  449-5660.

 

February 6:  Taste of Mardi Gras, Alexandria Riverfront Center, 6:30p.m. VIP entrance, 7:30p.m. general admission.  Sponsored by Cenla Chapter of Louisiana Restaurant Association.  Tickets and VIP tables available at the Alexandria Pineville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.  General admission tickets available at Critic’s Choice, both locations, and Atwood’s Bakery.  Cost:  $20 advance adult; $10 children 10 and under advance; $25 adults at door; $15 children 10 and under at door; $400 VIP tables of 8.  Call Nick Carrozza:  729-6045 or APACVB:  442-9546.

 

February 7:  LA Political Museum Hall of Fame Reception and Induction Banquet, Winnfield, 4p.m.  Reception at the Museum from 4-5:30p.m.  Induction Banquet at the Winnfield Civic Center at 6p.m.  Cost:  $75 banquet; Admission free reception.  Call Carolyn or Angelia:  628-5928.

 

Sports

January 3:  Wild Azalea Challenge, Wild Azalea Trail, 6a.m.  3rd annual Wild Azalea Challenge located in the Evangeline Ranger District of the Kisatchie National Forest just outside of Alexandria.  At 26 miles, this is the longest contiguous trail in the entire state of Louisiana.  No other trail comes close to the beauty and topography which abounds along the Wild Azalea.  Events include 27 and 50 mile bike, 27 and 50 mile run and 27 mile two person relay.  For information on participant fees and to sign up visit www.ultrasignup.com  Wild Azalea Challenge.  Cost:  Admission free for observers.  Call Billy McRae:  446-4814.

 

January 6, 13, 20, 27 and February 3:  Yoga in the Gallery, Alexandria Museum of Art, 5:30-6:30p.m.  Yoga is offered free of charge every Tuesday at AMoA.  Yoga instructor, b. Hedrick is an ascetic Taoist yogi with fourteen years of yoga practice.  Yoga Tao is for all experience levels, incorporating spirit-mind-body techniques.  Cost:  Admission free.  Call Jenny Gallent:  443-3458.

 

January 7, 14, 21, 28: Wake Up Yoga Class, Cabrini Mediplex Yoga RX Room, 9:30am-10:30am. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a Yoga mat.  This is an on-going class and meets every Wednesday.  Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 8- 29: Yoga Classes, Cabrini Mediplex Yoga RX Room, 4:00pm – 5:15pm.  Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat.  These classes are on-going and meet every Monday and Thursday.  Call Becky Watkins: 448-6938.

 

January 9-10 and 30-31:  LSUA Basketball, LSUA Campus, 7p.m. Jan. 9-10, 7:30p.m. Jan. 30-31.  Cost:  $5.  Call Julia Cromm:  473-6408.

January 9:  LSUA VS USW
January 10:  LSUA VS St. Thomas
January 30:  LSUA VS Our Lady of the Lake
January 31:  LSUA VS Huston-Tillotson