April 15, 2014
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The special meal will be 5:30-6:30 p.m. April 15.
"Learn to be a Referee" will be April 22 at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute.
Dog Jog 2014 takes place April 27.
Proceeds from the 225 who attended came to $2,545.
When studying the effects of globalization on indigenous people in Costa Rica we can see a YouTube video comparing an environmental landmark before and after a new industry comes in.
With the aid of a sleeping pill I had fallen asleep shortly after turning the light out, but was wide-awake two and a half hours later. Many nights I got only two hours of sleep.
The Tuttle family has operated the Colonial Motel, a window to the past, since 1973.
The general outlook for the next five to six weeks is nail-biting days followed by sleep-interrupted nights, and vineyard managers everywhere will collectively breathe a deep sigh of relief around the second or third week of May.
Courses begin April 8 at Carnegie, and Thursday and Friday at The Center at the Park.
Keeping a child in clean diapers should not depend on how much money parents have.
Ian Boyden will speak at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Animal behavior technician Dawn Barer will teach specific training protocols to stop chasing behavior.
The national goal was Strive for Five Million, and participants across the country got very close, with 4,987,949 quizzes in one day.
The city’s Parks & Recreation department is offering two arts classes in April for youth at the Carnegie Center.
The no-host community lunch event takes place at noon on Friday.
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