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Briefs 9-18-13


Book of Revelation
Tremonton Utah West Stake will hold an adult religion class, titled “Applying the Book of Revelation,” beginning Thursday, Sept. 19, and held weekly through Nov. 7.  Instructor is Dallen Craven.  The course is free and all are invited to attend.  Be advised that the class will be held in the chapel so appropriate dress is requested.
Craft Fair
Deweyville Town will host a Fall Craft Festival and Pumpkin Walk on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the town park.  Kids’ games will be available at 4 tickets for $1.  The cook shack will be open selling hamburgers throughout the day.  There is no admission for the craft fair or band. Craft vendors and Halloween displays are needed.  Call Marlene Berger, 257-1584, or Charlette Meservy, 257-7520.
Habitat Dedication
Habitat for Humanity will hold a dedication and open house on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., at 821 N. Tremont Street. The public is invited to meet the family and tour the home. This is the 42nd project this organization has completed in the Box Elder County.
Bible Study
Bear River Valley Bible Study and Fellowship, sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention, meets Sunday mornings from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at the Bear River Valley Senior Center, 510 W. 1000 N., Tremonton.  Those interested are invited to worship and study “Biblical Values and Principles.”  For more information, call 257-5992 or 723-7987.
Garland Library
Job Search help offered from 5-7 p.m., Wednesdays.  Stories with Torie 4-5 p.m., Thursday.
Teen activities:  Friday, Sept. 20. At 5:30 p.m., is Pimp My Cart.  Help design and decorate a book cart.  Dress in paint clothes.  Ping Pong Club meets at 5:30 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 27.   That night will be Craft Night for adults, from 6-8 p.m.  Crappy boards will be made.  Cost is $10 a kit.  Bring own photos.
Sept. 28, 8 p.m., the Paranormal Investigation Team of Utah meets.  Sign up on the Garland Public Library Facebook page for a chance to win a spot on the Investigation Team.
You can use the Mango Language program to learn your choice of 57 languages absolutely free of charge if you have a Garland Public Library card.  Also there are ESL classes for those speaking any one of 18 different languages.
If you don’t reside in Garland, it is very easy to get a card.  Come in and sign up for the very affordable cost of $10 per family per year.
Tremonton Library
September is the Tremonton Library’s annual Food for Fines month. Bring canned foods into the library to be donated to the food pantry and a dollar’s worth of fines per can of food received will be removed. Please, make sure no cans are dented or expired.
Several authors are coming to the library throughout the month: Sept. 19, Chad Morris; Sept. 21, Miley Brooks, Julie Caldwell, Shantel Hiatt, Jordan McCullum, J.R. Simmons, Donna K. Weaver, Wendy Knight and Angela Corbett; and Sept. 25, Clair Poulson. These authors will be signing books and answering questions.
On Sept. 19, the library will be having a MANGO language program, “Talk like a Pirate” day. Come into the library to try out the new MANGO language program.  There will be pirate craft activities available for the children throughout the day.
School Employee Picnic
The Box Elder Retired School Employee Picnic will be held Monday, Sept. 23, at Marble Park. A Dutch oven dinner will be available for $10/person.
Dues for the local and state organizations are: local dues, $6, state, $12, for one year. RSVP to Steve and Tamra Morgan no later than Sept. 17. For more information call 435-257-1640 or email at stmorgan 2009@gmail.com
History Center
Classes on Family Tree will begin at the Family History Center the first week in October.  The first class is Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 10 a.m.  Another will begin Friday morning, Oct. 11, also at 10 a.m.  There will also be an evening class that Friday at 6 p.m.
These classes run for six weeks and last approximately one and a half hours.  To reserve a spot in one of the classes call 257-7015.
Understanding History
Box Elder County 9/12 group will host a class on understanding your role in history, Friday, Sept. 20, 7 p.m., at Bear River Civic Center, 5871 N. 4700 W., Bear River City.   Turnings happen every 80-120 years, with three previous:  Created freedom, ended slavery and ended Nazism.  What does this fourth turning hold?  Learn about the Tytler Cycle, the Toffler Cycle and the Kondratiev Wave or fourth turning.
The public is invited to a “Big Little” puppetry workshop at the Fine Arts Center, 58 S. 100 W.Brigham City.  There will be a fun variety of puppetry activities, and puppet stages and puppets to sell.
The event includes a latex molding demonstration, make-and-take foam talking puppet, Show and Tell time, puppet swap and sale, puppet critique and puppet improv time.
The workshop is $10 per individual or $20 per family for an all-day pass. Supplies for the make and take project can be ordered by Sept. 26, for $5 or interested people can get the list of supplies that are needed when registering at  bcfineartscenter@aol.com or calling 435-723-0740.
The puppet swap/sale will be open 12:30-1:30 p.m., free of charge. Guest are then welcome to check out The World of Puppetry Museum between 1-3:30. There is no admission charge but donations are welcome.  There will also be a free Punch and Judy show at 3:30 p.m.
Volunteers Sought
Bear River Valley Museum is looking for volunteers to greet guests and conduct tours.  If interested, call Karen Stokes, 854-7406, or 279-6079.
Hours at the museum have changed to M-F, 2-5 p.m.  The Ora Thompson wedding display will be available for view through Oct. 9.


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