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Special exhibit to open Monday

MARQUETTE — The Marquette Regional History Center presents “The Special Exhibit Vote and Be Counted: Local Elections and the Census” from Monday to June 6.

2020 is a census year, an election year and the centennial of Women’s Suffrage. Explore local political figures and movements and learn about the importance of the census in our community.

The opening reception will be from 5-7 p.m. Jan. 29 with a talk at 5:30 p.m. by Priscilla Burnham, the League of Women Voter’s Vice President and Director of Voter Service. The opening reception is free to the public and donations are always appreciated.

For more info visit marquettehistory.org or call 906-226-3571.

‘Yesterday’ to be screened Tuesday

MARQUETTE — The Peter White Public Library invites film fans to watch “Yesterday” at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library’s Community Room on the lower level.

Bring dinner to enjoy this movie in a dinner theater setting with other movie lovers.

After being hit by a bus while biking home, struggling musician Jack Malik wakes up to a world where nobody remembers The Beatles except for him. Starring Himesh Patel, Lily James and Sophia Di Martino, this 2019 musical comedic fantasy is rated PG-13 and runs 116 minutes.

There is no admission fee thanks to sponsorship by the Friends of the Peter White Public Library. For more information, visit www.pwpl.info or call 226-4318.

Line dancing classes start Tuesday

MARQUETTE –Dance Zone will offer a six-week line dancing class beginning on Tuesday.

In this class, participants will learn to understand line dance terminology as well as the basic steps to western and other line dances and be able to move on to the more advanced line dance classes. The class will cover grapevine, shuffles, cha cha, pivot turns, ball-change and coaster steps. Learn to dance The Electric Slide, Alley Cat, Amos Moses, Wagon Wheels, Waltz Across Texas, Copperhead Road and others

The class will run on Tuesdays, 6-6:50 p.m. Jan. 21-Feb. 25. The total cost for the class is $15 per person. The class is offered at Dance Zone, 1113 Lincoln Ave. in Marquette.

Dress comfortably and bring shoes with clean, low-tread soles to avoid injury to knees.

Call 906-236-1457 or visit www.dancezonemqt.org for more information.

Dr. Cronin to offer presentation

MARQUETTE — At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dr. Bonnie Cronin will present a talk on Natural Approaches to Pain and Inflammation in the Peter White Public Library’s Heritage Room on the upper level.

Pain and inflammation are conditions that people often take for granted and expect to deal with as they age. With extensive training in clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, physical medicine, and acupuncture, Cronin can help with these conditions by focusing health and dietary behaviors necessary to keeping the body in balance.

Cronin’s interest in natural medicine started at Northern Michigan University where she received her bachelor’s degree in biology. While there, she joined a homeopathy study group started by good friend and life mentor, Vicki Lockwood. Currently she has a private practice, North Shore Naturopathic and Acupuncture.

Cronin completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and masters in Acupuncture at Bastyr University in Washington, the leading accredited university for science-based natural medicine. After medical school, she completed a residence in General Family Practice at Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic in Clifton Springs, New York.

Bring aquestions for Dr. Cronin about naturopathic medicine. There is no admission charge to attend. For more information, visit the library’s website at www.pwpl.info or call 906-226-4318.

Service Learning class offered

MARQUETTE — Northern Center for Lifelong Learning offers a class about Service Learning in the NMU Construction Management Program.

The class will be offered from 3-5 p.m. Jan. 29 in the Northern Michigan University Jacobetti Complex; Gather in hallway outside Room 137.

The cost is $3 for members; $6 for non-members. The presenters will be NMU Construction Management faculty and select senior students.

The NMU Construction Management program is very active in the community and beyond. What is “service learning” and how is it used? Hear about the volunteer work being done in the Marquette and surrounding communities by NMU seniors majoring in Construction Management.

Pictures and discussion centered around student service projects that are either recently completed or still in the process of being completed.

To register call or email Sandi Poindexter, 361-1820, spoindex@nmu.edu. The registration deadline is Wednesday. Later registrations may be accepted as room allows.

Table-top RPG to be play tested

NEGAUNEE — Gamers are invited to play test a tabletop role-playing game developed by a local student at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Negaunee Public Library.

The game is set in the world of the “Resident Evil,” and based on the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons.

No experience is necessary, but familiarity with the Resident Evil video games or Dungeons & Dragons may help.

This free event is open to young people, ages 10 and older.

This is not affiliated or endorsed by the Resident Evil franchise, Capcom, the Umbrella Corporation, or any other entities which own the rights to Resident Evil and its media.


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