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Fostering community through demonstration and conversation around the art and joy of cooking with a focus on simple, affordable and healthy dishes.
A weekly small group conversation to develop a set of tools we can use to have bridge-building conversations surrounding race rather than explosive arguments. The idea is that it doesn’t matter how much we know or how deep our convictions are if we are lousy conversation partners. But when we know how to listen, how to ask questions, how to empathize and tell stories and find common ground, we become people who can navigate difficult conversations without tearing up relationships.…
Ángel U. shows us what it means to utilize the concept of dance as well as total body articulation. Like many cultures, Afro Dance expresses the cultural style of movement from many different roots. Come enjoy this hour long session as the week comes to an end.
For one night only on the U of O campus, the American Shakespeare Center on Tour will present William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night's Dream. Shakespeare casts a theatrical spell powerful enough to make audiences of all ages believe in anything. This mischievous comedy of lovers, heroes, fairies, and rude mechanicals is his tribute to humankind's power of imagination, and reveals that the “course of true love” can alter with just one touch of magic. The American Shakespeare Center recovers the…
Learn the basics of tradition yoga as this hour long class conducts an opportunity to reflect and become aware of yourself. All experience levels are welcome as the community of Clarksville and Ozarks join together with Instructor, Krista D.
A high-energy dance class with a cultural experience from the Caribbean that unties rhythm, movement, and song. Please join Shanovia F. and Chava R. as they instruct you through a fun and fulfilling movement session.
The Ozarks Biological Society will present an informational event titled, “Health and Wellness: Outlook of the Coronavirus,” from 7-8:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 24, in the Rogers Conference Center. The event will feature virologist Rebekah Honce, a Ph.D. candidate in biomedical sciences at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center and a graduate research assistant at St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis. The event will also feature a panel made up of Honce, local physician Dr. Bobby Noonan and University…