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Banner art by Rochester School students now showing at the Fulton County Public Library Gallery in Rochester.
The Fulton County Public Library and the Times Theater Arts Committee co-sponsor the gallery exhibits for your enjoyment.
On display through the 3rd week of May.

This class will cover the basics of arthritis and tips for managing it, explore physical activity, learn about gadgets for the home that may make life a bit easier, and talk about food recommendations for those with arthritis.
Contact Nancy Hudson, Fulton County HHS Extension Educator @ 574-223-3397 with questions.
Tuesday, May 7th at 5:00 pm in Meeting Room B at the Rochester Branch

Even within the same culture there is a wide variety of death rituals and customs. This week Dewey Hop explores a couple of books relating after life care and alternatives to traditional funeral services. Hop on over to Dewey Hop and check it out!

Animal lovers are invited to watch a movie about a devoted dog that embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her human.
The movie is based on a novel by W. Bruce Cameron.
Free to all.

Did you know that the tradition of wearing a white wedding gown didn’t start until the 19th century? Why is it that the bride is the focal point of the wedding? To learn reasons behind the white wedding gown tradition, hop on over to Dewey Hop and check it out!

Thursday April 18th at 10:30am in the Arboretum.

“Fine Wood Works” handcrafted wood pieces by Lavon Crissinger of Rochester. Lavon has been crafting beautiful wood works in his wood shop for over 40 years, and enjoys creating works with unusual woods. The exhibit includes tables, shelves, cabinets, benches, jewelry boxes and other works. On display in the Great Hall at the Rochester Branch […]