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On Friday, February 6 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Port Huron Schools will be hosting a free parent education session at Woodrow Wilson Elementary (834 Chestnut, Port Huron, MI). This event is open to the public and directed toward parents of children ages five and younger. Childcare, door prizes and food will be provided for attendees. Topics that will be covered include nutrition, health, immunization and lice prevention. Attendees are requested to e-mail Jeanne Gardner, Port Huron Schools Early Childhood Secretary at jgardner1@phasd.us with an RSVP. Please note the number of attendees for food consideration and how many children will be requiring childcare services during the presentation, if needed.

Celebrate Recovery at Ross Port Huron will be Celebrating our “One Year Anniversary” Friday, February 27th with a Spaghetti Dinner and Special Guest Speaker, CR State Representative, “Jonathan Sherman!”  Sherman will tell his story of how through Celebrate Recovery he was able to overcome his life of Fears, Addictions, and Struggles derived from being raised by a physically abusive father, and witnessing a horrific childhood tragedy.  The dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. at Ross Bible Church at 2865 Maywood Drive in Port Huron  A Safe Place Childcare Program, Nursery, and Transportation Available! Call 810-479-6311 in advance for rides.

Students and parents who need help filling out their federal financial aid forms can come to MI College Goal from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron.  The free workshop will be in Room 150 of the college’s Citizens First Michigan Technical Education Center, corner of Erie Street and Glenwood Avenue.  The event is open to all students, no matter what college they plan to attend.  For more information, call the  SC4 financial aid office at (810) 989-5530.

Ages 18 & up can Learn to stand more erectly, move more freely, breathe easier and gain better balance through the Port Huron Recreation Department’s Alexander’s Technique classes.   Release tension, rediscover balance of mind and body and move according to our natural design.  Class begins Tuesday, February 9th at the Palmer Park Recreation Center at 6;30 p.m.  For questions call the Port Huron Recreation Department at 810-984-9760. Register online or at the office 2829 Armour St., Port Huron.

Tthe sixth annual Prom Dress Boutique in Sarnia Lambton– The Cinderella Story  is set for Friday April 10 from 5:30 to 9p.m. and Saturday April 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sarnia Lambto Business Development Corporation at 109 Durand Street in Sarnia.  You may register online at www.cinderellasarnia.org

Now, through February 28, the Gallery in the Grove is featuring the works of Anna P. Parker –Born and raised in London, ON, Anna was a gifted artist who had exhibitions throughout North America, including New York and Chicago. Her intricate abstract work is detailed, rich in colour, full of patterns and shapes showing her whimsical work in a variety of drawings, paintings and posters. For more information: www.annabaker.net.  The Gallery in the Grove is located at 2618 Hamilton Road at Wildwood Park in Bright’s Grove Ontario.  For further information log on to gallerinthegrove.com