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For kids entering grades 1-6 and is open to younger kids if parents stay with them. Three age groups (grades 7-8, 9-12 and adult); seven-member teams; /team. Register to participate at (765) 478-3335.• Evening Book Group, p.m. Michael Wilcox from Purdue's office of Rural Development. Sponsored by Wayne County Farm Bureau, Wayne County Foundation, Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, Harvest Land Co-op, Farm Credit Mid-America and Whitewater Valley REMC.

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Participants must attend all three sessions from to 6 p.m. Adults, $5; seniors, $3; ages 7 to 18, $1; younger than 7, free. RSVP at (765) 935-0135 or fax your order to 765-935-0150 by Feb. Part of the monthly meeting of Richmond’s NAACP Unit No. Sheriff Jeff Cappa and staff will lead a discussion on policy and practices at the local sheriff's office including jail procedures and employment opportunities and process. March 7, Centerville Academic Christian Preschool, 112 S. (765) 855-5576• Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on cha-cha and bolero from 7-8 p.m. $6 per person.(765) 962-8649• The Northern Connection Lunch & Learn: a.m. $8 per individual, groups of four or more, $7 per person. Tickets: (765) 584-8201• Reservation deadline is March 11 for Dinner Before the Show, event is at p.m. The event is designed to answer the question: How do our brains actually work? March 11, Little Sheba's, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.• Worm Moon Night Hike, 7- p.m.

Magazine, Person of the Year by Treehugger, and one of 25 “Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” by the Utne Reader. Cross Road Christian Recovery Center for Women is offering its annual dinner fundraiser for its operations. Tickets are $75 per person and are available at Trinity Christian Gifts & Books, 4623 National Road E., and Cosmotique Salon & Spa at 201 S. (765) 993-3518• Histories & Memories national juried art exhibition, through March 3, Tom Thomas Gallery, Whitewater Hall at Indiana University East, 2325 Chester Blvd., Richmond. The training covers the problem of child sexual abuse, situations in which child sexual abuse might occur, strategies to protect children, the importance of talking about prevention and the signs of sexual abuse so adults might intervene and react responsibly. Register by March 1 at (765) 962-9043 or [email protected]• Catholic Women United gathering, 6 p.m. A meeting of the Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table featuring a presentation by IU East professor Alisa Clapp-Itnyre. 9 Grill restaurant on Main Street in Cambridge City at p.m. A partnership between Preble County Council on Aging and St. Lunch is served at no charge (donations are welcome).• Anime Club, 5-6 p.m. Sixth St., Richmond.• Diabetes Support Group, 5-6 p.m. Learn how to manage heart health while a diabetes patient from nurse practitioner Natalie King.• Business Education Lunch: Cyber Security, a.m.- p.m. Learn ways to protect your business from current cyber crime trends and issues.• Community blood drive, 2-6 p.m. Donor or call (800) 388-GIVE.• Hats off to Reading, 3-6 p.m. Seuss' birthday with guest readers (local firemen and police officers, faculty members, Campus President Chad Bolser and more) reading some of Dr. See award-winning ballroom dancers Roger and Amy Greenawalt as well as special performances by the IU ballroom dance team, Nostalgia in Tap and Moments Notice. Rod Richards from Republic National, Ertel Cellars Winery, Wilson Wines, New Boswell Brewery, and Melton Renzulli Wines will serve samples from 6-9 p.m. The entire $25 ticket price goes to local charities.

Free admission, no tickets required.• Reservation deadline for An Evening of Hope and Reconciliation, March 1 for event at p.m. A guest appearance by Brandy Clark and Michael Holman Jr. Participating artists: Walt Bistline, Katina Bitsicas, Anne Bouie, Sarah Cecil, Kat Douglas, Thad Duhigg, Liz Ensz, Maggie Evans, Olga Evanusa-Rowland, Ashley Gates, Helen Geglio, Chris Ireland, Wayson Jones, Eric Kunsman, Janet Lauroesch, Shona Macdonald, Brittany Marcoux, Julie Mardin, Christopher Mc Nulty, Amy Meissner, Noritaka Minami, Paige Mostowy, Glenn Richardson, Joe Thompson, Cynthia Torres, Scott A. Free.• Women's Health Day, March 2, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. March 2, Father Hillman Hall, Seton Catholic High School, 233 S. Wayne County Clerk Debbie Berry will speak and answer questions. for Dutch treat dinner.• 44th annual Gem & Mineral Show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. March 5, Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. March 9, Ninth Edition Bookstore at Johnson Hall, Ivy Tech Community College, Richmond. Seuss' beloved stories to the children, games and activity stations, free hot dogs, popcorn, cookies and drinks, lots of book giveaways and goody bags for each child. Seuss characters and enter contest for a prize.• Rational Business Cycle: Achieve a Dream, Avoid a Nightmare, 6-7 p.m. How to manage innovation and create value in a dynamic marketplace.• Creative Writers Group, 6-7 p.m. Barron St., Eaton, Ohio.• Sharpie Tie Dye T-Shirts, p.m. Main St., Camden, Ohio.• Giant Beaver Breakout challenge, , 7 and p.m. Tickets: (765) 962-8011 or gorct.org• Brain Explorers, 1-5 p.m. Reservations: (765) 966-6080• In CONCERT's Italian Wine & Dinner Party, 6-11 p.m. If tickets are purchased directly from these organizations, they will receive all of the ticket price: Circle U Help Center, Communities in Schools, Richmond Music Boosters, Sunrise, Townsend Community Center, YMCA, Senior Opportunities Services craft shop, Richmond Lions Club, Kiwanis, HELP the Animals, 2nd Chance Animal Rescue, Society for the Preservation and Use of Resources, Starr-Gennett Foundation, Hub League and American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Benefits Nettle Creek Players for its 2017 summer stock theater season.

March 18, Richmond High School Career Center, Door 37, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond. on the last Tuesday of the month, Richmond Senior Community Center, 1600 S. Projects and lessons on various types of needlework are given. Bring a sack lunch.• Senior Adult Ministry monthly meeting, 6 p.m. Group leaders are Clara Bulmer, Beverly Kirby and the Rev. (765) 962-4357 or [email protected]•Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on waltz and rumba from 7-8 p.m. $6 per person.(765) 962-8649•Widowed Persons Service JOY Club, 9 a.m. Kids explore the outdoors through a story, hands-on-activities, crafts and a hike.

Kids will learn about the importance of washing hands through an activity with GLO Germ. Four local bell choirs will perform a number of songs together and each choir will perform a solo piece. last Tuesday each month, First United Methodist Church, 318 National Road W., Richmond.

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Participants must attend all three sessions from to 6 p.m. Adults, $5; seniors, $3; ages 7 to 18, $1; younger than 7, free. RSVP at (765) 935-0135 or fax your order to 765-935-0150 by Feb. Part of the monthly meeting of Richmond’s NAACP Unit No. Sheriff Jeff Cappa and staff will lead a discussion on policy and practices at the local sheriff's office including jail procedures and employment opportunities and process. March 7, Centerville Academic Christian Preschool, 112 S. (765) 855-5576• Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on cha-cha and bolero from 7-8 p.m. $6 per person.(765) 962-8649• The Northern Connection Lunch & Learn: a.m. $8 per individual, groups of four or more, $7 per person. Tickets: (765) 584-8201• Reservation deadline is March 11 for Dinner Before the Show, event is at p.m. The event is designed to answer the question: How do our brains actually work? March 11, Little Sheba's, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.• Worm Moon Night Hike, 7- p.m.Magazine, Person of the Year by Treehugger, and one of 25 “Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” by the Utne Reader. Cross Road Christian Recovery Center for Women is offering its annual dinner fundraiser for its operations. Tickets are $75 per person and are available at Trinity Christian Gifts & Books, 4623 National Road E., and Cosmotique Salon & Spa at 201 S. (765) 993-3518• Histories & Memories national juried art exhibition, through March 3, Tom Thomas Gallery, Whitewater Hall at Indiana University East, 2325 Chester Blvd., Richmond. The training covers the problem of child sexual abuse, situations in which child sexual abuse might occur, strategies to protect children, the importance of talking about prevention and the signs of sexual abuse so adults might intervene and react responsibly. Register by March 1 at (765) 962-9043 or [email protected]• Catholic Women United gathering, 6 p.m. A meeting of the Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table featuring a presentation by IU East professor Alisa Clapp-Itnyre. 9 Grill restaurant on Main Street in Cambridge City at p.m. A partnership between Preble County Council on Aging and St. Lunch is served at no charge (donations are welcome).• Anime Club, 5-6 p.m. Sixth St., Richmond.• Diabetes Support Group, 5-6 p.m. Learn how to manage heart health while a diabetes patient from nurse practitioner Natalie King.• Business Education Lunch: Cyber Security, a.m.- p.m. Learn ways to protect your business from current cyber crime trends and issues.• Community blood drive, 2-6 p.m. Donor or call (800) 388-GIVE.• Hats off to Reading, 3-6 p.m. Seuss' birthday with guest readers (local firemen and police officers, faculty members, Campus President Chad Bolser and more) reading some of Dr. See award-winning ballroom dancers Roger and Amy Greenawalt as well as special performances by the IU ballroom dance team, Nostalgia in Tap and Moments Notice. Rod Richards from Republic National, Ertel Cellars Winery, Wilson Wines, New Boswell Brewery, and Melton Renzulli Wines will serve samples from 6-9 p.m. The entire $25 ticket price goes to local charities.Free admission, no tickets required.• Reservation deadline for An Evening of Hope and Reconciliation, March 1 for event at p.m. A guest appearance by Brandy Clark and Michael Holman Jr. Participating artists: Walt Bistline, Katina Bitsicas, Anne Bouie, Sarah Cecil, Kat Douglas, Thad Duhigg, Liz Ensz, Maggie Evans, Olga Evanusa-Rowland, Ashley Gates, Helen Geglio, Chris Ireland, Wayson Jones, Eric Kunsman, Janet Lauroesch, Shona Macdonald, Brittany Marcoux, Julie Mardin, Christopher Mc Nulty, Amy Meissner, Noritaka Minami, Paige Mostowy, Glenn Richardson, Joe Thompson, Cynthia Torres, Scott A. Free.• Women's Health Day, March 2, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. March 2, Father Hillman Hall, Seton Catholic High School, 233 S. Wayne County Clerk Debbie Berry will speak and answer questions. for Dutch treat dinner.• 44th annual Gem & Mineral Show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. March 5, Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. March 9, Ninth Edition Bookstore at Johnson Hall, Ivy Tech Community College, Richmond. Seuss' beloved stories to the children, games and activity stations, free hot dogs, popcorn, cookies and drinks, lots of book giveaways and goody bags for each child. Seuss characters and enter contest for a prize.• Rational Business Cycle: Achieve a Dream, Avoid a Nightmare, 6-7 p.m. How to manage innovation and create value in a dynamic marketplace.• Creative Writers Group, 6-7 p.m. Barron St., Eaton, Ohio.• Sharpie Tie Dye T-Shirts, p.m. Main St., Camden, Ohio.• Giant Beaver Breakout challenge, , 7 and p.m. Tickets: (765) 962-8011 or gorct.org• Brain Explorers, 1-5 p.m. Reservations: (765) 966-6080• In CONCERT's Italian Wine & Dinner Party, 6-11 p.m. If tickets are purchased directly from these organizations, they will receive all of the ticket price: Circle U Help Center, Communities in Schools, Richmond Music Boosters, Sunrise, Townsend Community Center, YMCA, Senior Opportunities Services craft shop, Richmond Lions Club, Kiwanis, HELP the Animals, 2nd Chance Animal Rescue, Society for the Preservation and Use of Resources, Starr-Gennett Foundation, Hub League and American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Benefits Nettle Creek Players for its 2017 summer stock theater season.March 18, Richmond High School Career Center, Door 37, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond. on the last Tuesday of the month, Richmond Senior Community Center, 1600 S. Projects and lessons on various types of needlework are given. Bring a sack lunch.• Senior Adult Ministry monthly meeting, 6 p.m. Group leaders are Clara Bulmer, Beverly Kirby and the Rev. (765) 962-4357 or [email protected]•Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on waltz and rumba from 7-8 p.m. $6 per person.(765) 962-8649•Widowed Persons Service JOY Club, 9 a.m. Kids explore the outdoors through a story, hands-on-activities, crafts and a hike. Kids will learn about the importance of washing hands through an activity with GLO Germ. Four local bell choirs will perform a number of songs together and each choir will perform a solo piece. last Tuesday each month, First United Methodist Church, 318 National Road W., Richmond.

; younger than 7, free. RSVP at (765) 935-0135 or fax your order to 765-935-0150 by Feb. Part of the monthly meeting of Richmond’s NAACP Unit No. Sheriff Jeff Cappa and staff will lead a discussion on policy and practices at the local sheriff's office including jail procedures and employment opportunities and process. March 7, Centerville Academic Christian Preschool, 112 S. (765) 855-5576• Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on cha-cha and bolero from 7-8 p.m. per person.(765) 962-8649• The Northern Connection Lunch & Learn: a.m. per individual, groups of four or more, per person. Tickets: (765) 584-8201• Reservation deadline is March 11 for Dinner Before the Show, event is at p.m. The event is designed to answer the question: How do our brains actually work? March 11, Little Sheba's, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.• Worm Moon Night Hike, 7- p.m.Magazine, Person of the Year by Treehugger, and one of 25 “Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” by the Utne Reader. Cross Road Christian Recovery Center for Women is offering its annual dinner fundraiser for its operations. Tickets are per person and are available at Trinity Christian Gifts & Books, 4623 National Road E., and Cosmotique Salon & Spa at 201 S. (765) 993-3518• Histories & Memories national juried art exhibition, through March 3, Tom Thomas Gallery, Whitewater Hall at Indiana University East, 2325 Chester Blvd., Richmond. The training covers the problem of child sexual abuse, situations in which child sexual abuse might occur, strategies to protect children, the importance of talking about prevention and the signs of sexual abuse so adults might intervene and react responsibly. Register by March 1 at (765) 962-9043 or [email protected]• Catholic Women United gathering, 6 p.m. A meeting of the Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table featuring a presentation by IU East professor Alisa Clapp-Itnyre. 9 Grill restaurant on Main Street in Cambridge City at p.m. A partnership between Preble County Council on Aging and St. Lunch is served at no charge (donations are welcome).• Anime Club, 5-6 p.m. Sixth St., Richmond.• Diabetes Support Group, 5-6 p.m. Learn how to manage heart health while a diabetes patient from nurse practitioner Natalie King.• Business Education Lunch: Cyber Security, a.m.- p.m. Learn ways to protect your business from current cyber crime trends and issues.• Community blood drive, 2-6 p.m. Donor or call (800) 388-GIVE.• Hats off to Reading, 3-6 p.m. Seuss' birthday with guest readers (local firemen and police officers, faculty members, Campus President Chad Bolser and more) reading some of Dr. See award-winning ballroom dancers Roger and Amy Greenawalt as well as special performances by the IU ballroom dance team, Nostalgia in Tap and Moments Notice. Rod Richards from Republic National, Ertel Cellars Winery, Wilson Wines, New Boswell Brewery, and Melton Renzulli Wines will serve samples from 6-9 p.m. The entire ticket price goes to local charities.Free admission, no tickets required.• Reservation deadline for An Evening of Hope and Reconciliation, March 1 for event at p.m. A guest appearance by Brandy Clark and Michael Holman Jr. Participating artists: Walt Bistline, Katina Bitsicas, Anne Bouie, Sarah Cecil, Kat Douglas, Thad Duhigg, Liz Ensz, Maggie Evans, Olga Evanusa-Rowland, Ashley Gates, Helen Geglio, Chris Ireland, Wayson Jones, Eric Kunsman, Janet Lauroesch, Shona Macdonald, Brittany Marcoux, Julie Mardin, Christopher Mc Nulty, Amy Meissner, Noritaka Minami, Paige Mostowy, Glenn Richardson, Joe Thompson, Cynthia Torres, Scott A. Free.• Women's Health Day, March 2, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. March 2, Father Hillman Hall, Seton Catholic High School, 233 S. Wayne County Clerk Debbie Berry will speak and answer questions. for Dutch treat dinner.• 44th annual Gem & Mineral Show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. March 5, Wayne County Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Road N., Richmond. March 9, Ninth Edition Bookstore at Johnson Hall, Ivy Tech Community College, Richmond. Seuss' beloved stories to the children, games and activity stations, free hot dogs, popcorn, cookies and drinks, lots of book giveaways and goody bags for each child. Seuss characters and enter contest for a prize.• Rational Business Cycle: Achieve a Dream, Avoid a Nightmare, 6-7 p.m. How to manage innovation and create value in a dynamic marketplace.• Creative Writers Group, 6-7 p.m. Barron St., Eaton, Ohio.• Sharpie Tie Dye T-Shirts, p.m. Main St., Camden, Ohio.• Giant Beaver Breakout challenge, , 7 and p.m. Tickets: (765) 962-8011 or gorct.org• Brain Explorers, 1-5 p.m. Reservations: (765) 966-6080• In CONCERT's Italian Wine & Dinner Party, 6-11 p.m. If tickets are purchased directly from these organizations, they will receive all of the ticket price: Circle U Help Center, Communities in Schools, Richmond Music Boosters, Sunrise, Townsend Community Center, YMCA, Senior Opportunities Services craft shop, Richmond Lions Club, Kiwanis, HELP the Animals, 2nd Chance Animal Rescue, Society for the Preservation and Use of Resources, Starr-Gennett Foundation, Hub League and American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Benefits Nettle Creek Players for its 2017 summer stock theater season.March 18, Richmond High School Career Center, Door 37, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond. on the last Tuesday of the month, Richmond Senior Community Center, 1600 S. Projects and lessons on various types of needlework are given. Bring a sack lunch.• Senior Adult Ministry monthly meeting, 6 p.m. Group leaders are Clara Bulmer, Beverly Kirby and the Rev. (765) 962-4357 or [email protected]•Ballroom dance lessons, Tuesdays, First Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Lessons for beginners on waltz and swing from 6-7 p.m., intermediates on waltz and rumba from 7-8 p.m. per person.(765) 962-8649•Widowed Persons Service JOY Club, 9 a.m. Kids explore the outdoors through a story, hands-on-activities, crafts and a hike. Kids will learn about the importance of washing hands through an activity with GLO Germ. Four local bell choirs will perform a number of songs together and each choir will perform a solo piece. last Tuesday each month, First United Methodist Church, 318 National Road W., Richmond.

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Social hour, live music, silent auction, four-course meal prepared by chef. Main St., Richmond.• Solo/acoustic concert by John Corabi, 10 p.m. March 19, Sports Plex, 1300 Rose City Blvd., Richmond. March 24, Little Sheba's, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.• Iowa songwriter Chad Elliott and Texas guitar player Tommy Lewis, 8 p.m. Dress for the weather and meet at the Nature Center. March 25, Little Sheba's, 175 Fort Wayne Ave., Richmond.• Morning Book Group, 10 a.m. A discussion of "Small Things" by Jodi Picoult.• Time Flies, -9 p.m.

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