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Page 8 THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Volume V, Issue X March 1, 2002 “Rrroarchestra” Concert Designed Especially for Families with Young Children Utah symphony takes a musical trip to the zoo in the Lollipop concerts, “Rrroarchestra,” Wednesday, March 13, at 7:00 p.m. at the Val A. Browning Center—Weber State University. Scott O’Neil will conduct the orchestra in music from Jurassic Park, Jungle Book, “The Swan” from Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals and more. These matinee programs are filled with fun, visual interest and are especially designed for children ages 3 through 10. Joining the orchestra will be special guests, the Children’s Dance Theatre. This company of young dancers, ages eight to eighteen is part of the University of Utah Department of Modern Dance, and is directed by Mary Ann Lee. Tickets to the “Rrroarchestra!” concerts are $5.00 for children, $12 for adults, and $30 for a family of up to six people, and are available at the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association Ticket Office located at 638 East 26th Street, or by calling (801) 399-9214. Anyone interested in group discounts should contact Lara Deppe at (801) 399-9214 or email@example.com Community Art Lecture Series Offered The Eccles Community Art Center’s free lecture series, Conversations in Art will look at hats in art in a presentation of Hats-off by art historian Gladys Muren, on Thursday, March 7 beginning at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to enjoy this lecture with us. Looking at hats in paintings from American and European artists reveals the social status of the sitter, the period in which they lived, and their background. Hats tell us about fashion. The lecturer feels that reviewing hats will be a fun and unique way to explore art history. Under Gladys Muren’s direction, the audience will view paintings depicting straw hats, military hats, exotic turbans, a Spanish veil, a Lord’s wig, a soldier’s helmet, and a romantic floral wreath. We will look at hats and hair adornments in paintings from the Renaissance through modern day art. The Conversations in Art series is being funded by a grant provided by the Utah Humanities Council. This series is offered once a month through May at the Eccles Community Art Center, 2580 Jefferson Avenue, Ogden. For more information, please call Debra or Shannon at 801-392-6935. Workshop Offered on Education Funding: A Course in Planning for College Costs Waddell & Reed is sponsoring an informative workshop that focuses on Education Funding. The free workshop will be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 5 at The Old Firehouse Child Care, 5564 East 2200 North, Eden. The workshop, which is open to the public, is designed to provide basic knowledge about funding your children’s education. The non-commercial workshop addresses issues such as the economic value of having a college education, the cost of college, the college funding process, saving strategies to help you effectively accumulate funds for college, the impact of taxes and inflation on money saved for college, and ways to help you find money to save for college. “Today, a quality education for a child is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. And, providing this quality education can be one of the biggest financial challenges you will face. This workshop gives people a reason and a way to start thinking seriously about funding their children’s education, “ says James West, Financial Advisor of the Ogden office. Waddell & Reed, based in Overland Park, Kansas, offers a wide array of financial planning products and services, as well as a variety of insurance products through affiliates. Seating for the workshop is limited. For reservations, or to obtain a copy of the information that will be presented if you are unable to attend, please call James West at 801-773-5377. Pin Cookin’ Recipe Book Available at Planet Rainbow’s Utah Book Nooks The recipe cookbook Pin Cookin’ In Utah— Green Jell-o, Mormon Muffin, Fry Sauce, and Other Not So Sacred Utah Recipes can be found at Planet Rainbow’s Utah book Nooks at the mouth of Ogden Canyon. Known for their thriftiness, Utahns get creative in making their grocery dollar s-t-r-e-t-c-h. Such thriftiness has inspired some of the tastiest, though peculiar, appetizers, entrees, side dish- es, and self-catered party selections of all times. Carrots in Suspended Animation Jell-o, Funeral Potatoes, and The Great Strawberry Lake KoolAid Punch are only a few of the recipes that make curious national headlines for our state. Find them all in this first addition of Pin Cookin’, where we’re servin’ up one great big helping of the not so sacred recipes of our Beehive State! 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