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Josephy Center News
March 21, 2017
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Please see our website for more things to come ... http://www.josephy.org

BROWN BAG - Today - Tues., March 21 at Noon

women-health-symbol_318-52727Dr. Grandi final women’s month Brown Bag speaker Dr. Renee Grandi, who has been at Winding Waters Clinic for most of the past 15 years, will speak on women’s health issues at noon, Tuesday, March 21. March is women’s month at the Josephy Center; the art on the walls is all done by women, and special programs have highlighted women in the arts. Dr. Grandi has recently launched the Triple H Clinic on River Street in Enterprise, which will specialize in holistic medicine, with massage, acupuncture, diet, exercise, yoga, and much more expected on the full menu. Although Tuesday’s topic is “Women’s Health,” there will be time to learn more about plans for the new clinic. Brown Bag programs are free and open to the public, sponsored in part by Bennett Insurance in Enterprise.
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Special Brown Bag - Thurs., March 23 at noon- Max Madden

hi-quality-head-shot-300x290 Gwen Trice’s special guest from South Carolina. Gwen Trice, Director of Wallowa County’s Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center, was recently selected for special interpretive training in South Carolina. The trainer was Mark Madden, Interpretation Manager, who oversees all history and nature programs and products for Charleston County Parks in South Carolina. Impressed with Madden and the training, and having secured a traveling exhibit from the new National Museum of African American History and Culture for Maxville’s Joseph Center, Gwen convinced her mentor to make an Oregon trip Madden will speak about the inclusive and award winning interpretation of McLeod Plantation Historic Site that profiles the transition to freedom experienced by the majority of the people who lived there from 1851 to 1990. He will also share information about the National Museum of African American History & Culture workshop he led and Gwen and a a handful of selected interpreters from across the nation attended.
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WOMEN, WORDS & MUSIC - Saturday, March 25 at 7PM - $10 entry fee...come and enjoy!


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NEXT EXHIBIT - OPENS APRIL 1 at 7 PM

OREGON PRINTMAKERS: FROM THE  COLLECTION OF CHRISTY WYCKOFF

YOUTH ART - NEW SESSION BEGINS - Friday, April 7

NO CLASSES ON MARCH 24 and 31 !!!


unnamedAllow your kids to explore and create amazing things in our series of painting, drawing and ceramics classes! Come one time or every time. Try two classes...Fridays are art days and we love seeing what your kids can create!
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YAY SPRING IS COMING and we need your help! Our programs need you and we are grateful for your support! Donations are welcome and monthly giving is a great option...$5, $10 even $50 or $100...DONATE HERE!
CLASSES

flowersjarTuesdays - Painting with Jenny - 9AM-11AM - $12 /per class


Wednesdays - 
Ceramics with Mellica - 
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3PM-6PM
in the NEW STUDIO!!!!
Come check out Mellica's new home!!!
$60 for first class and $20 for each class after!

Wednesday, March 23 from 7PM-9PM - LIVE MODEL DRAWING WITH SAM COLLETT



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Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
 403 N. Main St. • PO Box 949 • Joseph OR 97846 • 541-432-0505



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