During Advent, Saron Lutheran Church will host an exhibition of visual art and writing that responds to the quiet, anticipatory aspects of the season. This show, “Out of Darkness,” showcases art and poetry which sets a reflective mood, serving as a place of rest and deeper contemplation in the midst of the hectic and sometimes superficial rush of holiday bustle.
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Author Bill Lindstrom will be featured at the Polson Museum today at 2 p.m. and will present a slide show and lecture on his research surrounding John Tornow, the legendary “Wildman of the Wynoochee”. Lindstrom has studied every angle of the Tornow case for more than two decades and has just published a 502-page historical novel called “Victim or Villain?” that delves deeply into the Tornow story. Copies of the book are availalble now at the Polson Museum Store and Lindstrom will be on hand to sign copies today at the event.
When the weather gets colder, the various housing needs – from drafty homes, to limited funds for rent to not even having a place to call “home” – all come into sharper focus.
The Senior Nutrition Program, conducted by the Coastal Community Action Program of Aberdeen, regularly serves lunches at noon at:
WAY too early on a Saturday morning, by Flo’s estimation, but it was Tommy’s-going-to-put-in-the-doggie-door Saturday, so Flo had set the alarm — an alien task that had taken a while to figure out.
Dear Abby: I’m 13 and I’m afraid I may have OCD. I want to find out, but what’s standing in my way is that sometimes my parents think I make stuff up to get attention. I’m afraid to tell them, but I know if I do, it will answer my question. Can you give me some advice?
Dear Abby: How much interest in an adult child’s sex life is normal? My mother seems obsessed.
Dear Abby: My boyfriend, “Ron,” and I have been together for more than a year, and we now live together. His garage is full to overflowing with his ex-girlfriend’s belongings. She apparently left him and all her stuff — including her four cats — to marry some guy she met online. She no longer lives in this country.
What’s Annie’s favorite line?
Dev Maulik, professor, UMKC School of Medicine: Religion and reason coexist in Hinduism, which at its highest level believes that God, who is the Supreme Consciousness, is the source of our intellect.
The 7th St. Theatre has just announced their movie selections for 2015. The line up for the Silver Screen Classics features 17 movies from as long ago at 1931, “The Public Enemy” and spans through 1998 with “What Dreams May Come.” Currently the theatre is offering sponsorships of each movie throughout the 2015 calendar year for $50. With your $50 you also get 25 free movie passes to that movie. Selections include, “When Harry Met Sally,” (1989)“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (1968),“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” (1984) “Adventures of Robin Hood” (1938) “Music Man” (1962), “The Goonies” (1985), Hot August Frights, “The Public Enemy” (1931), “Willow” (1988), “Creature from the Black Lagoon” (1954), “Tremors” (1990), “Father Goose” (1964), “Die Hard” (1988), “Christmas Vacation” (1989), “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947).
Dear Abby: Last weekend some family members were at my mom’s house for a meal. My 6-year-old son and my cousin’s 4-year-old daughter were playing in the room my mom had set up for the grandkids.