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Wed, March 29, 5:30pm  6:30pm Morven, NC

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:30pm there are exercise classes at the HOLLA!

'LET'S MOVE' FITNESS CENTER in Morven, NC! Richmond County's Cheryl Brady will work you out with her routine - Bumps, Lines, and Grooves! Classes will take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 5:30pm- 6:30pm for only $3.00 per session. The Bumps, Lines, and Grooves Class features Party Line Dances, Old School R&B, Hip-Hop & Funky Dance Routines, Zumba, and Toning Sessions. The Fitness Center is located at 201 E. Main St, Morven, NC. Just bring a towel or map for floor exercises, hand weights, and a bottle of water.

Bingo at Grace Senior Center

Bingo games are held every third Tuesday of the month at Grace Senior Center at 1 p.m. All seniors are invited to attend for fun and fellowship. There is not cost, but you must be 55 or older to play. For more information or to register to play call the center at 704-694-6616.

Dr. Seuss Political Cartoons on Display at SPCCs Horne Library

Dr. Seuss Wants You!: The Political Cartoons of Dr. Seuss will be on display in South Piedmont Community Colleges Horne Library, L.L. Polk Campus, through March 31. The 14 panels highlight Seuss political cartoons against fascism, anti-Semitism, and bigotry, published in PM, a New York daily newspaper. The display is sponsored by the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education and has been brought to campus by Rhonda Benton from Anson County Early College

Choir Anniversary

APRIL 1 - Choir Anniversary At Poplar Springs MBC, 6pm. All choirs & praise choirs invited

Anson County Farmers' Market

Sat, April 1, 7am  1pm Anson County Farmers' Market Hwy 52 South - Wednesdays & Saturdays- 7:00 am - 1:00 pm

HOLLA! Reading Room
Sat, April 1, 9am  12pm Where: HOLLA! Center in Morven

HOLLA! Reading Room at the HOLLA! Center in Morven is open every Saturday from 9:00 am till Noon for grades K-8th. For more information contact HOLLA! at 704-851-3144.

Ushers Ministry

APRIL 2 - Ushers Ministry At West Rocky Ford MBC, 3pm w/Rev Dr David Gaddy of East Macedonia Baptist Church in Norwood

Back Porch Stories Returns to the Ansonia

The sixth annual Back Porch Stories, a story-telling event hosted by the Anson County Writers Club and sponsored by Uwharrie Bank, will take place at the Ansonia Theatre on April 7, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person.

Featured storyteller Ron Jones grew up on a dairy farm in North Carolina in a whole family of storytellers. After 28 years as a library administrator and consultant, for the past 10 years he has been sharing stories with audiences of all ages. From traditional folktales to bilingual English/Spanish stories to original tales and legends - he strives to take audiences on an animated and high energy ride! His series of family stories are meant to make you laugh with joy or tug at your heart strings and everything between. As a storyteller, Ron believes strongly in the rich oral tradition of storytelling and the joy and mindfulness it brings to us all. He has performed in schools, libraries, museums, and at festivals throughout the southeast and in Canada and Mexico. Also appearing at Jess Willis and Robin Kitson. Willis says, "I am an artist and storyteller currently living in South Carolina. I build giant puppets and freaky/funky masks from salvaged and re-purposed materials. I tell stories to everyone from the very young to the very old, true stories, folk tales, and outright lies...whatever the occasion calls for. I am on the path of an authentic life with my longtime love and our three cats and we have no idea what will happen next." Kitson believes we all start life as happy babies sucking our toes, and blowing spit bubbles. Others are happy to clean us no matter the mess. We believe we are "all that" with hearts bright and shiny. As we grow we hear no, dont," "stop that," and "don't touch." Our hearts get a bit of rust till one day our hearts are completely encrusted and no longer shine. What we need is a storyteller to remind us we are still that baby who is "all that." As we travel through story our heart swells and swells and pretty soon it gets so big that BOOM!! the rust flies off and our hearts shine again. Come on so I can show you how "Stories Polish Your Heart"! Tickets will be sold at the box office prior to the event.

Amazing Love Easter Cantata

APRIL 9 - Amazing Love Easter Cantata at Mt Beulah Baptist Church, 4:30pm w/the Singing Americans


Third Thursday each month, 5-8pm at The Old Store. Bring your cars, trucks & motorcycles & show them off! Food discounts, door prizes, 50/50 raffle to benefit Feed My Lambs & lots of fun! Info 704-851-3637