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4 MIFFLINBURG TELEGRAPH, January 26, 2012 ,JANUAKY lntro to Yoga Class An Introduction to Yoga Class will be offered at the Integral Yoga Center, 428 Market St., New Berlin, on Sat., Janu- ary 28th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The instructor is Cheryl (Santi) Hoover. Integral Yoga is a gentle yoga practice and no minimal skills are required; any- one can come and participate to his/her level of ability. Mats are provided. Stu- dents can also learn to work with props to make poses more accessible and com- fortable. A donation of $25 is requested and could then be applied to a three-month membership. Pre-registration is required by calling the Yoga Center at 966-2484 by Janu- ary 27th. More information about events at the Center and the class schedule may be obtained on our website, www.IYCPA.com Evangelical Community Hospital to Hold Children's Health Fair Evangelical Community Hospital will hold the 23rd Annual Children's Health Fair at the Susquehanna Valley Mall on Sat., Jan. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The fair will feature activities includ- ing demonstrations by Downtown Dance, Kingdom Kidz Puppet shows, Story Time with Drew and Ali from 94.1 WQKX and a Kids Can Cook Demo presented by Weis Markets. Children can also bring their favorite stuffed animal or doll for a check-up. Parents can earn a $5 Gift Card for re- turning a child safety seat that has either been recalled, is more than six years old, has been involved in an accident, is bro- ken or has missing parts. Language and speech screenings for children ages 3-4 will be conducted by CSIU. Vision screenings will be carried out by Central Susquehanna Sight Serv- ices. For more information on the Chil- dren's Health Fair, contact Community Health Education by calling 768-3200 or visit www.evanhospital.com. Free T-shirts will be given to children ages 2,10, while supplies last. Children must be present to receive shirt. Comedy for a Cure Join the Golf View Gold Relay For Life team for an evening of fun as three comedians from Long Island will be in town to get us laughing. Saturday, January 28 The Campus Theatre 413 Market Street, Lewisburg Pre-Party - 6 p.m. Beer, Wine, and Hors d' oeuvres Great Raffles - iPad, 50/50 and more 8 p.m. Doors Open to Public 8:30 p.m. Show Begins Pre-Party and Comedy Show $55 Comedy Show Only $35 For tickets or questions please contact Amy Gronlund at 524-5377 or amy- gronlund@gmail.com. Lecture on Nuclear Weapons On Mon., Jan. 30, the Public Library for Union County will present a pro- gram on the dangers and solutions sur- rounding nuclear weapons beginning at 7 p.m. Andrew Portocarrero, Executive Vice President of the World Security In- stitute, a non profit think tank and media organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the presenter. The World Security Institute leads the Global Zero movement, whose goal is a world without nuclear weapons. A DVD on this topic titled Countdown to Zero .is available to borrow from the library's collection. To register for the program, call 523-1172. FEBKUAKY Senior Center Calendar Club 39, Mifflinburg Senior Center will hold it's regular meetings at the Gov't Services Bldg., Chestnut St., Mif- flinburg each Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. Scheduled February events are: Feb. 1- Business-program Rep. Fred Keller; Feb. 8- Bingo; Feb. 9- Breakfast Turn- pike Restaurant 8:30 a.m.; Feb. 15- Pro- gram; Feb. 22-Bingo; Feb. 23- Dinner at Perkins 2 p.m.; Feb. 29- Birth- days-Fun and Games. For more infor- mation, call 966-0197. Tiempo Libre Performing Feb. 3 at Bucknell's Weis Center Afro-Cuban band Tiempo Libre will perform in concert Fri., Feb. 3, at 8 p.m. in the Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University. A three-time Grammy-nominated young Latin band, Tiempo Libre is cele- brated for its incendiary, joyful perform- ances of timba, an irresistible mix of high-voltage Latin jazz and seductive rhythms. Tiempo Libre is musical director Jorge Gomez, keyboard; Rafil RodHguez, trumpet; Leandr0 Gonzalez, congas; Tebelio "Tony" Fonte, bass; Armando "Pututi" Arce, drums; Joaquin "El Kid" Diaz, lead vocal; and Luis Beltran Castillo, saxophone and flute. "The orchestra's modern take on Afro- Cuban roots blended with Latin jazz is second to none," according to The Miami New Times. Prior to the performance, the band will discuss Afro-Cuban jazz and African in- fluences during a reception hosted by the Weis Center at noon on Feb. 3. In addi- tion, the audience is invited to attend a reception with the musicians following the performance. The band's outreach events are hosted in part by Bucknell's Social Science Colloquium series, "Shades of Black and Brown: Afro- Latino/a Interactions." Tickets are $20; discounts for senior citizens and students are available. Tick- ets also may be purchased one hour prior to each performance. Tickets can be charged online at: www.bucknell.edu/boxoffice or by call- ing 577-1000. Tickets also are available in person from several locations indud- ing the Weis Center lobby weekdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; the Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University bookstore in Lewis- burg Weekdays and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday, 12:30 to 4 p.m.; and the CAPS Center Box Office, lo- cated on the ground floor of the Elaine Langone Center, weekdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The next performance in the Weis Center series is "Body Against Body" on Feb. 11 with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, in an evening of dance i that revives the duets and solos that launched Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane onto the early 1980s downtown per- formance scene. Tickets for the Feb. 11 event are $25 per person. Chocolate Lovers' Fantasy Festival The Donald L. Heiter Community Center(DHCC), of Lewisburg, is ex- cited to announce their 14th Annual Chocolate Lovers' Fantasy Festival. One of the premiere Ice Festival events, the Chocolate Lovers' Fantasy Festival will be held Sat., Feb. 4, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the beautiful and historic Lewisburg Hotel. Tickets cost $30 per adult and include hor d'oeuvres and unending chocolate sampling. The event will also include a silent auction, live auction, raffle, music, a cash bar, and much more. This is an adults only event. Tick- ets can only be purchased online at www.donaldheiter.org. For more infor- mation please call 524-5000 or visit us online. All proceeds benefit the pro- grams of the DHCC. Jacobs Brothers in Concert The Jacobs Brothers will present a night ofgospd music at the Mifflinburg Alliance Church on Sat., Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. The program features a variety of traditional and sacred music appealing to all ages. Admission is free, a love of- feting will be taken for their Ministry. The church is located at 1.2 mi. north of Rte. 45 in Mifflinburg offForest Hill Rd. For more information, call the church office at 966-4899. Red Cross Offers Babysitting Course The SUN Area Chapter of the Amer- ican Red Cross will offer Babysitter Training on Sat., Feb. 4, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the chapter office located at 249 Farley Circle, Lewisburg. This course gives youth ages 11 to 15 years old the knowledge and confidence