Author: Madison Caldwell

Belly Dancing Classes at The Dance Center

Have you ever wanted to move to the rhythm of the music? Dance Center, Adult Academy of Art and Fitness is excited to announce the start of their belly dancing classes. Belly Dancing is very much a spiritual art form, with every movement seamlessly flowing together. This dance style is enticing to watch, as it is a very connected sort of movement. One will almost feel as if they were watching a body of water, as this extremely unique art form seems to be the epitome of smooth and connected. Classes will begin again this February and have been...

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Marketing Down The Aisle

Have you ever wanted to learn, from experienced and educated local Bryan-College Station marketing experts, about how you can better incorporate the use of social media, style shoots and even bridal shows into your business, in order to gain more follow up leads? Coming this February, just in time for the season of love, an inspiring discussion will take place, followed by cocktail hour. Prepare to be motivated after this educational talk, which will happen on the evening of Feb 7, at 4 p.m. The discussion will last around an hour, and follow-up drinks and treats will be hosted...

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at Rudder

Head on over to Rudder Auditorium February 6 and 7 for an uproariously fun story full of thematic, comedic and strategic acting. This hilarious act contains themes for mature audiences only, so be sure to tell Granny to turn down her hearing aid for this one. “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” is a story centralized around the devilishly devious Monty Navarro, who is a heir to a massive family fortune. However, Monty, the impatient little fellow, sets out to jump the line of succession by cleverly taking out (destroying) the eight pesky relatives that stand in his...

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NAMI Smarts for Advocacy

Have you ever wanted to make an impact? To help others who are battling a disease invisible to the eye? NAMI is offering you a chance to get involved, get informed, and make a difference. NAMI stands for National Alliance on Mental Illness. The entirely free hands-on advocacy training program is here to help train and educate individuals all around the country. The goal is to reach out to a different person every day, as there are so many desperately in need. Mental illness affects a staggering number of people. As many as 60 million Americans are said to...

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Mentors & Makers presents: Lathe Workshop

Remember back in elementary school, when the art teacher allowed everyone to play with clay and mold it into whatever their premature brain desired? I personally remember thinking the kiln was such a cool concept. Over the years, we have come to understand that hands on activities such as writing, sewing, playing guitar, and, of course, pottery making are a great way for people of all ages to sit back, relax, lower that blood pressure and relieve some stress. With that being said, using a lathe to create art is an awesome and unique way to have fun, while...

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