Barbara Yerace is having an open house on Saturday at her studio at 4615 Backus Road in Harborcreek.I interviewed her for a Her Times story and she has beautiful work, plus she teaches kids' classes.Check out this video to see her work.…See More
Calling all Princesses to dance at the Princess Ballpresented by the Erie Playhouse Youtheatre. The Erie Playhouse invites all “princesses” and their royal court (Mom & Dad) to attend the Princess Ball, which will be held in the Crystal Ballroom at the Ambassador Hotel located on upper Peach St. on Sunday, March 24…See More
Heather Cash, a talented local artist, will be teaching spring classes at Claytopia starting next month. Classes are Mondays and Fridays from 6 to 8 p.m. They are kid and adult friendly. Check out her website for more information: Heather Cash. This is the class…See More
I visited river of life a few years ago and had a weird appointment. I was seen, talked to, xrays taken but no treatment. Then I was told I had to bring my husband back so he can discuss my treatment with both of us. I refused stating I was 30+ years old and did not need my spouses permission or to involve him but they were adamant that my spouse had to come....it was bizzaro. Needless to say I didnt' return. At the checkout they didn't charge me and said we would discuss at next appt. My doctors office called and said they needed his ID info so I called the front desk gal who didn't know what I was talking about so she handed the phone to the Dr. who proceeded to give me a number.....I relayed the info to my doc office who called me back and said who gave you this number? I said the Doc she said it was a fake number.....again....bizarro.....
Tri-State Music Festival Concert: Saturday, Feb. 28, 2 p.m.; Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center, Mercyhurst University; high school band musicians from Erie County and surrounding areas perform. Cost: Free. Info: 824-2394.
CROSS COUNTRY SKI INTRODUCTION: Saturday, Feb. 28, noon, 1:15 and 2:15 p.m.; Erie Bluffs State Park, Route 5, Girard Township; introduction to proper skiing technique and 2-mile ski. Cost: Free, but registration required. Info: 833-7424.
MIMICRY: Saturday, Feb. 28, 7-8:30 p.m.; Tom Ridge Environmental Center, 301 Peninsula Drive; learn about a field of study that involves taking inspiration from natural designs to solve human problems. Cost: $3; registration recommended. Info: 833-7424.