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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 15, 1981, ENTERTAINMENT, Page 2, Image 18

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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT., AUGUST 15, 18$t Calendar And Announcements CALENDAR ITEMS AND AN NOUNCEMENTS for this column should reach us; no later than Friday before the desired publication week. Two to three weeks prior Is even better! Mall to: Calendar, The Carolina Times, P.O. Box 3825, Durham, NC 27702. No charge. - - - KERR DAM ARTS AND CRAFTS JAM BOREE - The U.S. Array Corps of Engineers will sponsor the third annual John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir Arts and Crafts Jamboree on Sunday, September 6j from 12 noon until 6 p.m., in the Old Picnic Area across from the Resource Manager's Office at Kerr Dam on Virginia Highway No, 4. All amateur ana professional arusis ana uausmcn an invited to participate in the display and sale of items. There will be no entry fee, and prize ribbons will be awarded. Craftsmen from several states are expected to enter their work in pottery.-leather-work, crochet, stained glass, painting, and wood- The "Porch Swing Band" from Raleigh will kick off the festivities with a Bluegrass concert Saturday night at 8 p.m., in the North Bend Park Am phitheater at Kerr Dam. The concert is free and open to the public. Camping facilities arc available - at nearby North Bend Campground.. Craftsmen interested in participating in this event ; may , write to: Sherrill Storm, Park Interpreter, 1 Resource Manager's Office, Rt. 1, Box 76, Boyd ton, Va. 23917. Or, call 804-738-6662 for more in formation. " . " . MODIFIED PITCH SOFTBALL TOURNA MENT The Durham Athletic Officials Associa-' tion and the Durham Parks and Recreation Depart ment are co-sponsoring the State Modified Pitch Softball Tournament; The tournament will involve . sanctioned teams from throughout North Carolina and the tournament champion will advance directly to the national championships. The national cham- . pionships are to be held in Marietta, Georgia ; September 4-7. The State tournament will be double . elimination and will be played at Southern Boun- uaries ram in uumaui un nuguM wa. rui muis., . information v concerning y the " tournament, call George Leach or Gene Tomlinsoi'; tournament v directors, at 493-1777 or 683-9355, respectively. : PEER COUNSELING-LIFE WORK PLANN ING CENTER at the Office of Continuing Education, Duke University, is ndw offering the 1981 revised Strong Campbell Interest Inventory, in addition to other services. The Strong Campbell is a -measuring instrument used to assist people in mak ing career and life-work decisions. Fo further information, contact Peer Counseling-Life Work Planning, 684-6259. PHOENIX FESTIVAL '81 - The West End Community Action Group and the Sallam Cultural Center will sponsor the annual summer celebration ' of the West End Community on Saturday, August 15. . , The Festival is a day of fun and games, music, tasty food and cool drinks, some heavy dancing, but most of .all a day of recognition of the com munity's efforts to improve the neighborhood. Area musicians, crafts people and community organizations are invited to participate in Phoenix Festival '81. For more information, call 493-5431 or 682-7949. ' ' t ' NEW XLUB FORMING A club, is being organized in Durham for physically handicapped persons between the ages of 20 and 40. All in terested persons are asked to write Ms. L. Edwards, P.O. Box 1599, Durham, N.C. 27702, giving your name and address. Information will be sent to you regarding the time and place of the first meeting.' THE FIFTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE of the North Carolina Association of Concerned Women for Justice, Inc., will be held at the Hilton Inn, 1707 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, on Saturday, August 15. The keynote speaker for this event will be the Honorable Henry E. Frye, North Carolina State Senator. A buffet luncheon will be served and three workshops conducted. These include: "New Ap proaches to Criminal Justice," "Education in the 80's: Implications for Minorities," and "Domestic . Violence as it Relates to Abused Children and Bat tered Women." Resource persons include Marshall Harvey, Mrs. Thelma C. Lennon and Mrs. Charlotte Purvis. ' Registration will be held from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Ti e public is invited to attend. For more information, call (919) 833-3071 (day) or (919) 828-9196 (even- . Jngs). "IMAGES IN WATERCOLOR," an exhibition of four watercolor artists from the Chapel Hill area will open Sept; 13 at the Durham Art Guild Galleries, 120 Morris St. The featured artists are Missie Dickens, JoAnne Rose, Frances Calhoon, and Stephanie ,B. Carteton.: All represent familiar subject matter out eachprovides her own unique in terpretations. A reception will be held. Sunday, September 13, 3-5 p.m. Admission is -free. The show will run through October 6. The public is welcome. , ' BLACK CHILD CONFERENCE The, Eleventh Annual Conference of the National Black Child Development Institute will be held October 8-10, at the Capitol Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC. " A special block of rooms at the Hilton has been reserved at greatly reduced rates for conference par ticipants. This block will be released for general reservations after September 16. Deadline for pre registration for the conference is September 18. , For registration forms andor; further informa- ' tion, contact NBCDI, 1463 Rhode Island Ave., ' NW, Washington, D.C. 20005. CASINO ROYALE As part of its 1981 local scholarship fundraising campaign, Durham Chapter of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association s Is presenting . "Casino . Royale," an evening of games of chance, auction, , door prizes, food, set-ups and disco, on Friday, August 14, beginning at 9 p.m., at the Durham -Civic Center; Music will be provided by the Disco Kid... Proceeds from this activity will become a part of -the local chapter's contributions to the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association's national scholarship fund. The 1981 national scholarship fundraising drive culminates on Oc tober 31, coinciding with the University's celebra- ? tion of Homecoming. Anyone desiring tickets or information should contact Clarence Ellis at 477-1265, chairman of . Durham Chapter's fundraising efforts or the Durham Chapter president, Ms. Joyce Lattimore at 493-4086. HAVE A SPARE PIANO? The Mental Health Association in Durham County Is looking for a good used piano for the us of the patients at John Umstead Hospital. If you have such a piano, call the Mental Health Association at 683-2052. Dona tions for this piano should be sent to the office at 212 Albemarle StTcet and marked for the piano fund. . - ,, They also need a good used sewing machine which sews just simple stitches. No extras to be used by the patients; You can also donate to this project at the address above. THE PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS of Janet Burgess representing the theme of "Landscapes of the Mind" will be on display through August 31 at CenterGallery, 11 8-A E; Main St.; Carrboro. Hours are Fri. & Sat., 11-5, Sun. 2-5. For more in formation, call 967-1316 or 9L9944-1735. HEARING AIDS NEEDED The Durham County Mental Health Association has a drive on to collect hearing aids for the patients at John Umstead Hospital. If you have a good used hearing aid you would like to donate, call 683-2052 for pickup, or drop them by the office at 212 Albemarle St. If you don't have a hearing aid, but would like to make a donation to this project, make your check payable to the Mental Association and mark for the Hearing Aid fund. V i MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 433 Murray Avenue, Durham, is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; 1-6 p.m., Sun day. Call 477-0431 for information. Matinee Activities - On Friday, August 14, at 3:30 p.m., the Museum will show two short films "Moods of Surfing" and "Sky Dive." On Saturday, August 15 and Sunday, August 16 at 3:30 p.m., there will be a demonstration for families, "The Eyes Have It.". Exhibit . "Encounter With Saturn," an exhibi tion of 35 V up-to-date and dramatic color , photographs of Saturn taken during the 1980 fly by, will be on display through August 29. In addi tion, a slide-tape presentation "Voyager I En counters Saturn" will be shown periodically throughout August. Call 477-0431 for show times. LILLIAN HELLM AN PLAYS - Theatre In The Park's next play by Lillian Hellman: "Another Part Of The Forest" August 21-23. : Adults $4; students $3. Call 755-6058 or 755-6936. ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING CLASS is of fered by the Durham YWCA through August 2$. 7-9 'p.m. Come role play Vury tORhealtliicr behavior. Class will meet at the YWCA, 809 Proc tor St. Call 688-4396 ta registcrvThere are also classes in Pediatric First Aid, Sign Language, Upholstery, Mixology, Call the Y.for further rafor- m YWCA MINI DAY CAMP for children ages 5-12 years. Through August 21, Swimming, arts and crafts, drama, music, games and 1 picnics. Register now. 688-4396, 809 Proctor St., Durham. . - FINANCIAL AID FOR SCHOOL Let EOC (Educational Opportunity Center) show you the -way The latest information on federal campus based and independent aid funds and a counselor are available to assist you. .. Financial Aid Forms (FAF), Family Financial Statements (FFS)and tions are available at the EOC satellite of fice, 208 S. Main St., Roxboro. Financial aid deadlines are rapidly approaching for those planmitf to enro during the 1981-82 school year. Don't delay... Call ' vour nearest EOC satellite of fice today: Bragtown Library, 1-5 p.m., Friday,; Ms. Demse Cathey; Durham County Library, 1-5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, Ms. Elizabeth Davis; Stanford .L. War- T ren Library, 1-7 p.m. Tuesdays, Ms. Sneha Smith. DAISYAUTOMATIC SCHEDULE - DAISY is a 24 hour telephonetape service provided by Durham Technical Institute. During the hours 1 1-9 p.m. MondayrThursday and 1-5 p.m. on Friday, any tape in the DAISY program s avariable by call ing the DAISY Operator at 596-0611. When the DAISY Operator is not on duty, ten tapes are available. Dial the phone number listed and the tape will play automatically, August 17 -23-596-0610 Top Ten Records . 596-0611 DAISY: Weekly Automatic Schedule 596-0612 Job Service: Opening Available Thru Employment Security Commission 596-0613 Spelling Lesson No. 6 596-0614 Facts About Research Triangle Park 596-0615 Message from Durham Tech's v v Personnel Department 596-0616 What Shots Should My Child Have? 596-0617 Shorthand: 80 WPM ' 596-0618 DTI's Adult Education Classes 596-0619 Lone Ranger: Ghost Town For a brochure that lists approximately 500 tapes, send a self-addressed, stamped, regular business envelope to DAISY, Durham Technical Institute, P.O. Box 11307, Durham NC 27703. , FREE MOVIE The Durham County Public Library presents a feature movie each Saturday at 3 p.m., in the auditorium. No admission is charged. Plan to see "The King And I" August 15; "King Kong" August 22; and "Bringing Up Baby' August 29. JOB CORPS INFORMATION Young women wishing information about the opportunities available through Job Corps may call the W1CS of fice, 688-4396, or the project director at 489-2593. VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to help out in several areas. A clerical assistant is needed to help with answering the telephone and other office tasks; a storekeeper is needed to operate a small in-facility store, selling items to residents and keeping inven tory. For more Information on these and other op portunities, contact the Volunteer Services Bureau at 688-8977 of 688-9049, weekdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. "DOLPHINS & MEN" and "FROM ONE TO MANY" Films for young adults in the Durham area who are interested in movies and want, to discuss subject matter and cinematic techniques. Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the auditorium of the Main Library. v CO-REC VOLLEYBALL REGISTRATION -for the Fall League will be held Monday, August 17 through Wednesday, August 26, at the Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department. A maximum of 12 teams will be admitted into the league on a first come, first serve basis. .' ? r Games will be played at Culbreth gym on Mon day through Thursday evenings and some Sunday afternoons. Each team will play 16 games to be followed by a single elimination tournament. A; $32 nonrefundable deposit is required at registration. The total league fee is $72. For addi - tional information, call 942-8541. .

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