Across the City: Helena-area arts and leisure information printed Thursday, March 25, 2021 | Native



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Lewis & Clark Taproom, 1517 Dodge, offers free beer bingo every Friday from 7pm to 9pm


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The winner of a bingo round also has the option to roll a 2 or snake eyes to win a bigger prize.

Prizes include free beer, random loot, and goods from the gift shop.

The charitable giving aspect of bingo is that participants can donate $ 3 for an additional pack of cards, which increases their chances of winning.

100% of the money from the cards goes to the chosen non-profit organization.

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ExplorationWorks will reopen April 17th

After ExplorationWorks temporarily closed its doors on March 13, 2020 due to the pandemic, it will reopen to the public on Saturday, April 17.

Special member-only preview weekends are April 3-4 and April 10-11.

Currently, ExplorationWorks will operate weekends with limited capacity while taking security measures including online reservations, social distancing, improved cleaning and disinfection procedures, and masks for all visitors 3 years and older.

For more information and to reserve tickets, visit Explorationworks.org.

In an effort to foster the love of science, ExplorationWorks offers hands-on exhibits, programs, workshops, classes, and camps for children, teens, families, seniors, and school and community groups.

Artwork Scene Alternatives: March 25-April 1 | Leisure

Ogden Chamber Orchestra

The Ogden Chamber Orchestra will present its third and final concert of the 2020-2021 season at Peery’s Egyptian Theater on Saturday, March 27th. The one-hour concert begins at 7:30 p.m. with a selection of compositions. The orchestra begins with Richard Strauss’ “Serenade for 13 Winds”, Op. 7. To ensure the safety of the musicians and patrons, there will be a short break to clean and ventilate the stage. Next, the brass and drum sections will play three short pieces. The brass section alone will play Aaron Copland’s “Ceremonial Fanfare”, and then the percussion section for Anatole Liadow’s “Fanfares, for Brass and Percussion” will be there. Finally, three drummers will play “Home by Sundown”, a composition by Ralph Hicks for three players on a marimba. After another pause to ventilate the stage, it is the turn of the strings. They begin with Johann Pachelbel’s well-known Canon and Gigue in D, followed by the first and last movements of Antonin Dvorak’s “Serenade” in E, Op. 22, for strings.

The Ogden Chamber Orchestra has changed its typical practices to keep everyone safe. The musicians will wear masks, and masks will be required for the guests. In addition, the customers are socially distant. So get your tickets early as the number of seats is limited. Peerys Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd .; Saturday March 27th; 19:30 o’clock; $ 8, students ages 8-18 and veterans, active military personnel, and military families are free; ogdenpet.com/tickets.

“Glass slippers”

Ballet West II arrives at Peerys Egyptian Theater on Tuesday at 7 p.m., March 30, for the presentation of “The Glass Slipper”. This magical rendition of Cinderella takes visitors into the classic fairy tale with comedic and romantic choreography and guided narration. Watch Cinderella spend a magical night at the ball with her prince and wicked but clumsy stepsisters. Performed in just over an hour, this ballet is perfect for a family outing.

General admission tickets are $ 10 for adults and $ 5 for children under 12 and must be purchased online or at the box office prior to the concert date. There will be no door sales and no on-site calls will be made. Audience is limited to 240 people (30% auditorium capacity) so get it early! Face masks are required and disposable masks are provided at the door. Peerys Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd .; Tuesday March 30th; 19 o’clock; $ 5- $ 10; onstageogden.org.

Dan Tepfer: ‘Goldberg Variations / Variations’

On Wednesday, March 31st, at 7 p.m. Onstage Ogden and Dan Tepfer will celebrate the 336th birthday of Johaan Sebastian Bach. In honor of Bach, the jazz artist Tepfer will play a wonderful interpretation of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations / Variations”. From his website: Tepfer received worldwide recognition for his 2011 release “Goldberg Variations / Variations”, a CD on which he performed and improvised JS Bach’s masterpiece – with an “elegant, thoughtful and exciting” effect (New Yorker Magazin). Tepfer’s latest album “Natural Machines” is considered to be one of his most brilliant that has ever existed. In real time he explores the interface between science and art, coding and improvisation, digital algorithms and the rhythm of the heart. The New York Times has called him “a deeply rational improviser drawn to the unknown”. The Monarch, 455 25th St .; Wednesday March 31; 19 o’clock; free; onstageogden.org.

Gourmet market – vendor highlight: Hugo Roasters

“Are you turning your everyday life into an act of kindness”? Yes, please! As stated on their website: In 1999, Hugo Roasters founder Claudia McMullin took a step into paradise after having been a Wall Street lawyer for decades. After the move, McMullin joined the city council and became the director of the nonprofit Friends of Animals, now Nuzzles and Co. After her second term, she found, in her own words, that her favorite coffee spot was closing. “She couldn’t have that.”

In 2015 Hugo Roasters was born after looking for the main roaster of her favorite coffee spot, named after her own rescue dog, Hugo. Having rescued dogs since her 20s, she wanted her new business to add to her mission. Right from the start, Hugo Roasters has donated 10% of its quarterly profits to the rescue of nonprofits like Nuzzles and Co., Best Friends Animal Society, and Paws for Life. In addition to the financial return program, Claudia subscribes to the local NPR channel segment “Adoptable Moment” once a week, from which Paws for Life benefits. Because of these efforts, Hugo Coffee Roasters has been instrumental in adopting nearly 200 dogs and cats over the past two years. “Hugo Coffee’s vision is to become the go-to place for animal lovers across the country,” says Claudia. “My goal is to influence animal rescue across the country. The more I sell, the more animals I save. “

All green coffee beans are harvested from farms that offer stable, living wages, educational opportunities and health insurance, and are organic and fair.

Visit her at the Gourmet Market this Saturday to enjoy your coffee and save a life! The Monarch, 455 25th St .; Saturday March 27th; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. free; themonarchogden.com.

Ogden Bizarre Market – Manufacturer highlight: Brandi Halls

Brandi Halls began making homemade essential oil candles in 2018 and has been consistently selling Moonstone Aromas online and on the Ogden Bizarre Market for two years. “I love essential oils and I wasn’t particularly impressed with the sugar cookie scents that you can get at Walmart,” she said. As the mother of twins, all of her candles are phthalate-free, the chemical added to plastic and often added to fragrances. Their mission is to convert you into clean fragrance oil. “It seems ridiculous for someone to breathe this,” she said.

Some of her favorites are “Dirty Hippie” and “Sweet Orange” (one of the 100% essential oils line) because “when spring comes it really speaks to me”. Other popular candles include lavender and white sage, eucalyptus, lemongrass, and new ones like fresh coffee, rosemary and sage, as well as honeysuckle and jasmine (which she custom-made and kept in her line of products for another market seller, Z’s Hot Sauce). .

She also does body wash with moisturizer in decadent scents: lavender, eucalyptus, peppermint, and orange. Her popular fire starter kits, which she makes from sage and other plants found in the surrounding wooded areas, will be back for the summer. “Put it on the bottom of the tipi and light the wick and it will do the rest!” You can smell the cinnamon sticks and rosemary while it burns … YUM!

Come and support Brandi at the Ogden Bizzare Market every Saturday. The Monarch, 455 25th St .; Sunday March 28th; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. free; indieogden.com or Facebook @indieogdenutah.

Leisure Briefs — March 24

The Heartland Symphony Orchestra’s spring concert will be a virtual production for players and audience due to COVID-19 restrictions and health reasons.

Ryan Webber, HSO Music Director, is hosting a compilation of previous concerts that will premiere on Saturday, March 27th at 2:00 pm. The program includes recordings from previous winners of the HSO youth concert and the composer’s competition.

The spring concert entitled “Music from the (virtual) new world” can be viewed at any time on the HSO website HeartlandSymphony.com and YouTube channel.

These concerts are made possible by Minnesota voters through a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council, thanks to legislative funding from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. In Little Falls, the Laura Jane Musser Fund offers additional support.

2003 Brainerd High School graduate Adrienne Larsen will sign her newly published book, Twists & Twines, with The Bountiful Ewe, a knitting company they jointly own. in Fargo, North Dakota. Submitted photo

FARGO, North Dakota – A 2003 Brainerd High School graduate will be signing copies of her third knitting book at a yarn store in Fargo, North Dakota, from 10 am-3pm on April 10th.

Adrienne Larsen will be signing her newly published book, Twists & Twines, at The Bountiful Ewe, a knitting shop they jointly own. Larsen is the daughter of Lynda (stepfather Michael) Erickson from Brainerd and Lyndon (stepmother Sue) Larsen from International Falls.

After graduating from BHS, Larsen attended North Dakota State University in Fargo and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in theater with a focus on costuming. She then attended Philadelphia University, where she did her Masters in Textile Engineering.

As a 9-year-old who grew up in the Brainerd Lakes region, Larsen learned to knit from her grandmother Audrey in order to fidget productively, according to a press release. Years later, after sewing costumes in a barn in New York State and graduating from Philadelphia University with a degree in textile engineering, Larsen’s third book is available on Amazon at tinyurl.com/4hj3bmwb.

The book cover of Adrienne Larsen's book

The book cover of Adrienne Larsen’s book “Twists & Twines”. Larsen graduated from Brainerd High School in 2003. Photo submitted

The Kickstarter crowd-funded book teaches intermediate to advanced knitters how to make 16 cable stitch designs, including sweaters and hats.

Larsen’s designs have been published in Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Creative Knitting, I Like Knitting and Cast On and distributed nationwide through Urban Outfitters.

Their yarn line Yarnslayer Fibers is available from The Bountiful Ewe.

Her other books include “Welts & Waves” and “Flutter & Flow”.

5 issues to know earlier than the inventory market opens Wednesday, March 24

Here are the top news, trends, and analysis that investors need to get their trading day started:

1. Stocks will pick up again after Tuesday’s wide sell-off

People are seen on Wall Street in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City on March 19, 2021.

Brendan McDermid | Reuters

2. Yellen, Powell for day 2 of business report

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen (L) congratulates Fed Governor Jerome Powell on his swearing-in ceremony for a new term on the Fed’s Board of Directors in this flyer photo taken and posted on June 16, 2014.

US Federal Reserve | Reuters

Finance minister Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell should provide the legislature with a second day of economic statements, as is required every quarter under the Covid Aid Act of March 2020. You will remotely appear before the Senate Banking Committee at 10 a.m. CET. On Tuesday, they told the House Financial Services Committee that valuations of assets in the pockets of the markets had risen are not yet reasons for alarm. Yellen and Powell also said they are confident in the stability of the financial sector as the U.S. economy continues to recover from the pandemic.

3. GameStop goes down after confirmation of a possible sale of stocks

A man is on the phone in front of GameStop on 6th Avenue in New York on February 25, 2021.

John Smith | Corbis News | Getty Images

GameStop Shares fell 12% on the Wednesday leading up to the IPO after the company confirmed in a message that it was considering selling additional shares. The stock rose more than 2,400% in the Reddit trading frenzy in January before crashing. It made a comeback in late February and early this month in the hope of digital transformation. However, the last few days’ stocks have been down. After the closing bell on Tuesday, GameStop missed on the top and bottom lines with quarterly results. However, in the quarter, ecommerce sales grew 175%. The company also named former Amazon and Google CEO Jenna Owens as its new chief operating officer.

4. Intel builds new chip systems; Amazon appoints new cloud boss

Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, speaks in a photo taken as CEO of VMware on March 9, 2017 in Santa Monica, California.

Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images

Dow share Intel rose around 4% in premarket trading after the company announced it would be late Tuesday will spend $ 20 billion to build two new semiconductor factories in Arizona. The announcement, which coincides with the first public statements by new CEO Pat Gelsinger since taking the contract, signals that Intel will continue to focus on manufacturing during the industry shifts that have led competitors to increasingly separate chip design and manufacturing will focus.

Andy Jassy, ​​CEO of Amazon Web Services, speaks at the WSJD Live conference on October 25, 2016 in Laguna Beach, California.

Mike Blake | Reuters

Incoming Amazon CEO Andy Jassy, ​​who has headed the company’s cloud business for 15 years, revealed its successor at Amazon Web Services in a memo to the employees. Adam Selipsky, former managing director of Amazon and currently CEO of ForeclosureTableau, a proprietary maker of data visualization software, was selected to lead the AWS division.

5. Elon Musk Says People Can Now Buy A Tesla Using Bitcoin

Tesla, led by Elon Musk, confirmed it bought around $ 1.5 billion worth of bitcoin in January and expects it to be accepted as payment in the future.

Artur Widak | NurPhoto | Getty Images

Elon Musk announced late Tuesday that it is now possible to buy Tesla Vehicles in the US with Bitcoin. “You can now buy a Tesla with Bitcoin” tweeted CEO Musk, who was officially named “Technoking of Tesla” this month. People outside the US can buy a Tesla with them Bitcoin “Later that year,” Musk said without specifying which countries. The electric car maker announced in February that it had bought $ 1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin. At the time, Tesla said it would soon start adopting the largest and most popular in the world Cryptocurrency as a means of payment.

– Get the latest information on the pandemic CNBC’s coronavirus blog.

Right now’s occasions for March 22 | Leisure

HEUTE

Das Die Augusta Genealogical Society wird ihr vierteljährliches Programm abhalten online um 11 uhr samstag. Der Gastredner wird Ken Thomas Jr. sein. Sein Thema wird sein, Cousins ​​durch Chromosomen zu finden. Warum DNA machen und warum ist es notwendig, Genealogie zu machen? Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie augustagensociety.org. Anmeldeschluss ist Montag.

Freiwillige Einkommensteuerhilfe wird verfügbar sein Montag, Dienstag und Mittwoch bis 14. April im H. Odell Weeks Aktivitätenzentrum, 1700 Whisky Road, nur nach Vereinbarung. Diejenigen, die Hilfe bei der Steuervorbereitung und der elektronischen Einreichung von Bundes- und Landeserklärungen benötigen. Wer den VITA-Service nutzen möchte, muss ein Infopaket abholen, die Formulare im Paket ausfüllen und anrufen, um einen Termin zu vereinbaren, sobald alle Formulare ausgefüllt sind. Termine sind zwischen 9.00 und 17.00 Uhr verfügbar. Steuerzahler müssen über ein Mobiltelefon verfügen und werden von jemandem angerufen, um an ihrer Rückkehr zu arbeiten.

Die Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation wird in Zusammenarbeit mit der Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Museum Live-Stream einer virtuellen Ausstellung heute von 18 bis 18.30 Uhr über Facebook, YouTube und Twitter. Die Ausstellung trägt den Titel “Pferde retten, Leben retten: Eine Feier – Ausstellung der Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation”. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie aikenhalloffame.com.

DIENSTAG

EIN Buchclub für Erwachsene wird sich am Dienstag von 14.30 bis 15.45 Uhr online treffen. Die Buchauswahl für März ist “Daughter of Fortune” von Isabel Allende. Um teilzunehmen, melden Sie sich am Referenzschalter der Aiken County Public Library, 314 Chesterfield St. SW, an. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter abbe-lib.org.

Märchenstunde in den Gärten findet am Dienstag um 16 Uhr im Rye Patch in den Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road, statt. Die Story Time in the Gardens findet jeden Dienstag bis Mai statt. Am 6. April findet keine Story Time statt. Diese Veranstaltung ist für Kinder bis 8 Jahre. Der Eintritt ist frei.

Das Ehrfürchtige Aiken Al-Anon Gruppe Treffen dienstags und donnerstags von 18.30 bis 19.30 Uhr in der First Christian Church, 900 Kerr Drive.

Nar-Anon Aiken für Comfort Family Group wird dienstags von 18.30 bis 19.30 Uhr via Zoom. Für weitere Informationen senden Sie eine E-Mail momofoscar4@gmail.com.

DONNERSTAG

Das Parker Quartett wird am Donnerstag in der First Presbyterian Church, 224 Banwell Ave., im Rahmen des Joye in Aiken Festivals 2021 auftreten. Der Eintritt ist frei, je nach Verfügbarkeit. Die Türen öffnen um 11:30 Uhr. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter joyeinaiken.com. Diese Aufführung wird von Susan H. Adkins in Erinnerung an Dr. Carl R. Adkins gesponsert.

Das SPCA Albrecht Center wird am Top Dog Topgolf Spendenaktion von 19 bis 21 Uhr Donnerstag bei TopGolf Augusta, 437 Topgolf Way, Augusta, Georgia. Caddy-Tickets kosten 50 US-Dollar und beinhalten eine Mahlzeit und kein Spiel. Das Play Ticket kostet 75 US-Dollar und beinhaltet eine Mahlzeit und 1 Stunde Spielzeit. Der Erlös aus dem Ticketverkauf kommt den Heimtieren im SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Center zugute. Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie letlovelive.org.

Das Das Aiken Center for the Arts wird einen Eröffnungsempfang abhalten für seine neuen Exponate von 18 bis 20 Uhr Donnerstag im Zentrum, 122 Laurens St. SW Für weitere Informationen, 803-641-9094 oder besuchen Sie aikencenterforthearts.org.

Der Autor Ron Rash wird am Donnerstag um 11:30 Uhr virtuell als Teil von sprechen Gastvortragsreihe Dynamic Dialogues des Aiken Technical College. Rash ist Autor mehrerer Romane und Gedichtsammlungen, darunter “Burning Bright”. Sein Thema wird “Burning Bright” sein: Ein Autorengespräch. Die Diskussion ist kostenlos und für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. Um mitzumachen, besuchen Sie bit.ly/38LmKhD oder rufen Sie 571-392-7650 an und geben Sie die PIN 753 814 2925 ein.

FREITAG

Das Das amerikanische Rote Kreuz wird eine Blutspende abhalten Freitag von 12 bis 17 Uhr in der Victory Baptist Church, 620 W. Martintown Road, North Augusta. Für weitere Informationen oder zur Vorregistrierung besuchen Sie redcrossblood.org oder rufen Sie 800-RED-CROSS an.

SAMSTAG

Das Aiken County Kite Derby findet am Samstag um 11 Uhr im Harrison-Caver Park, 4121 Augusta Road, Clearwater, statt. Bringen Sie einen Drachen mit und füllen Sie den Himmel. Die Teilnahme steht allen Altersgruppen offen. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie unter 803-599-6847.

Das Cottontail Cruise 2 Mobile Eiersuche findet am Samstag von 9 bis 13 Uhr auf Ihrem Rasen statt. Peter Baumwollschwanz und seine Freunde werden in der Stadt herumhüpfen und Eier mit hohen Süßigkeiten in Ihrem Garten. Die Teilnehmer müssen innerhalb der Stadtgrenzen von Aiken wohnen und Kinder müssen unter 10 Jahre alt sein. Die Anmeldung ist auf 50 Teilnehmer begrenzt. Die Registrierung ist am 21. März geschlossen.

Die Aiken High School Horticulture Class wird ihre halten jährlicher Pflanzenverkauf Samstag bis 1. April von 10 bis 14 Uhr im Gewächshaus hinter der Aiken High School, 449 Rutland Drive.

Das Die Augusta Genealogical Society wird ihr vierteljährliches Programm abhalten online um 11 uhr samstag. Der Gastredner wird Ken Thomas Jr. sein. Sein Thema wird sein, Cousins ​​durch Chromosomen zu finden. Warum DNA machen und warum ist es notwendig, Genealogie zu machen? Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie augustagensociety.org. Anmeldeschluss ist Dienstag, der 22. März.

Die American Foundation for Suicide Prevention wird die 2021 SC landesweiter virtueller Campus-Spaziergang am Samstag. Studenten des Aiken Technical College werden an der virtuellen Spendenaktion teilnehmen. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie afsp.org/sccampus.

30. MÄRZ

Märchenstunde in den Gärten findet am Dienstag um 16 Uhr im Rye Patch in den Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road, statt. Die Story Time in the Gardens findet jeden Dienstag bis Mai statt. Am 6. April findet keine Story Time statt. Diese Veranstaltung ist für Kinder bis 8 Jahre. Der Eintritt ist frei.

Das Ehrfürchtige Aiken Al-Anon Gruppe Treffen dienstags und donnerstags von 6: 30-7: 30 Uhr in der First Christian Church, 900 Kerr Drive.

1. APRIL

Das Singing Brazells wird auftreten Donnerstag, 1. April, von 19 bis 20 Uhr im Mims Park, 514 Lee St., Johnston, im Rahmen der Community-Konzerte in der Park Series. Der Eintritt ist frei. Die Teilnehmer werden gebeten, ihre eigenen Stühle mitzubringen. Kühler und Alkohol sind nicht erlaubt. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie johnstondevelopmentcorp.org.

Das Aiken County Board of Disabilities und der Vorstand des Trie-Development Centers wird am Donnerstag, dem 1. April, um 18.30 Uhr am Jefferson Davis Highway 5080 auf Beech Island zusammentreten. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie von Joan Lioi unter der Nummer 803-642-8800.

3. APRIL

Das Downtown Aiken Easter Eggstravaganza findet am Samstag, den 3. April in der Innenstadt von Aiken statt. Weitere Informationen und eine Liste der teilnehmenden Unternehmen finden Sie unterowntownaikencom / events.

EIN Gospelsingen findet am Samstag, 3. April, um 18 Uhr im Midland Gospel Singing Center, 705 Martin Smith Road, Gilbert, statt. Kingsway und das Heritage Quartet werden auftreten. Der Eintritt ist frei. Soziale Distanzierung wird beobachtet. Ein Liebesangebot wird angenommen. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie midgsc.com.

EIN Hippity Hoppity Easter Basket Werbegeschenk findet am Samstag, 3. April, um 13 Uhr im Harrison Caver Park, 4181 Augusta Road, Clearwater, statt. Osterkörbe werden verschenkt, bis sie verschwunden sind. Kinder müssen anwesend sein. Dies ist ein Durchfahrtsprogramm, das vom Charity Club, der Horsecreek Masonic Lodge und der OES gesponsert wird.

EIN kostenlose COVID-19-Testveranstaltung findet am Samstag, den 3. April von 9 bis 15 Uhr auf dem Berg statt. Zion Baptist Church, Atomstraße 17519. Der Pfarrer Paul H. Bush ist der Pastor.

8. APRIL

Das James L. Hammons Abteilung Nr. 939 der Marine Corps League wird sich treffen Heute von 18:30 bis 19:00 Uhr im Knights of Columbus-Gebäude, 100 Spaulding Drive. Neue Mitglieder werden benötigt. Die Mitgliedschaft steht allen ehrenamtlich entlassenen Marinesoldaten, FMF-Korpsmännern und Kaplänen offen. Für weitere Informationen oder um Mitglied zu werden, rufen Sie Commandant Col. Davis (Ret.) Unter 803-722-6247 an oder senden Sie eine E-Mail tarheelmarine1@gmail.com.

13. APRIL

Das Das Aiken Center for the Arts veranstaltet A Literal Blast: A Zoom Q & A. Dadurch erhalten die Bewohner einen Einblick in das Leben der Gebietsschreiber. Die Veranstaltung findet von Februar bis Mai statt und umfasst vier lokale Autoren mit jeweils zwei Sitzungen. Die erste Sitzung wird eine Einführung in den Autor und sein Buch sein, gefolgt von einer Diskussion des Buches in Sitzung zwei. Auf dem April-Programm steht das Buch “The Secret Child” von Marti Healy. Die Diskussionen finden dienstags, am 13. und 20. April von 19 bis 20 Uhr statt. Die Kosten betragen 35 USD und beinhalten eine Kopie des Buches. Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie die ACA in 122 Laurens St. SW, rufen Sie 803-641-9094 an oder besuchen Sie aikencenterforthearts.org.

Märchenstunde in den Gärten findet am Dienstag um 16 Uhr im Rye Patch in den Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road, statt. Die Story Time in the Gardens findet jeden Dienstag bis Mai statt. Am 6. April findet keine Story Time statt. Diese Veranstaltung ist für Kinder bis 8 Jahre. Der Eintritt ist frei.

18. APRIL

Zur Feier ihres 100-jährigen Jubiläums bietet die Adath Yeshurun ​​Synagoge eine Diskussion über Aikens jüdische Geschichte nach den 1950er Jahren Sonntag, 18. April, von 17 bis 18.30 Uhr über Zoom. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie asourceoflight.org.

19. APRIL

Die Eröffnung Aiken Center Classic Golfturnier findet am Montag, den 19. April im Woodside Country Club, 1000 Woodside Plantation Drive, statt. Das Wahlturnier des Kapitäns beginnt mit einem Schrotflintenstart um 9 Uhr. Die Kosten betragen 100 USD pro Person oder 400 USD pro Viererteam. Frühstück und Mittagessen werden angeboten. Alle Einnahmen kommen dem Aiken Center for the Arts zugute. Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie aikencenterforthearts.org.

20. APRIL

Das Das Aiken Center for the Arts veranstaltet A Literal Blast: A Zoom Q & A. Dadurch erhalten die Bewohner einen Einblick in das Leben der Gebietsschreiber. Die Veranstaltung findet von Februar bis Mai statt und umfasst vier lokale Autoren mit jeweils zwei Sitzungen. Die erste Sitzung wird eine Einführung in den Autor und sein Buch sein, gefolgt von einer Diskussion des Buches in Sitzung zwei. Auf dem April-Programm steht das Buch “The Secret Child” von Marti Healy. Die Diskussionen finden dienstags, am 13. und 20. April von 19 bis 20 Uhr statt. Die Kosten betragen 35 USD und beinhalten eine Kopie des Buches. Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, besuchen Sie die ACA in 122 Laurens St. SW, rufen Sie 803-641-9094 an oder besuchen Sie aikencenterforthearts.org.

Märchenstunde in den Gärten findet am Dienstag um 16 Uhr im Rye Patch in den Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road, statt. Die Story Time in the Gardens findet jeden Dienstag bis Mai statt. Am 6. April findet keine Story Time statt. Diese Veranstaltung ist für Kinder bis 8 Jahre. Der Eintritt ist frei.

26. APRIL

Das 10. jährliches Support1 Golfturnier findet am Montag, den 26. April im River Club, 307 Riverside Blvd., North Augusta, statt. Der Check-In erfolgt um 8:30 Uhr mit einem Schrotflintenstart um 10 Uhr. Das Turnier wird vom Kapitän gewählt. Die Kosten betragen 300 USD pro dreiköpfigem Team. Ersthelfer erhalten einen Rabatt von 25 USD. Für weitere Informationen oder um sich zu registrieren, senden Sie eine E-Mail info@support1.org.

24. APRIL

Die Stadt Aiken wird eine halten Film im Park Event Samstag, 24. April, 20.15 Uhr, im Generations Park, 700 Mack Henry Holland Drive. Die Teilnehmer sollten Liegestühle oder Decken mitbringen. Die Veranstaltung ist kostenlos, aber Food Trucks werden zur Hand sein. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie unter der Telefonnummer 803-642-7634 oder unter cityofaikensc.gov/movie.

27. APRIL

Märchenstunde in den Gärten findet am Dienstag um 16 Uhr im Rye Patch in den Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road, statt. Die Story Time in the Gardens findet jeden Dienstag bis Mai statt. Am 6. April findet keine Story Time statt. Diese Veranstaltung ist für Kinder bis 8 Jahre. Der Eintritt ist frei.

Ein Buchclub für Erwachsene Wir treffen uns online von 14.30 bis 15.45 Uhr, Dienstag, 27. April. Die Buchauswahl für April lautet “Where the Crawdads Sing” von Delia Owens. Um teilzunehmen, melden Sie sich am Referenzschalter der Aiken County Public Library, 314 Chesterfield St. SW, an. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter abbe-lib.org.

30. APRIL

Edgefield County Acoustic – Guitar Pull wird auftreten Freitag, 30. April, von 19 bis 20 Uhr im Mims Park, 514 Lee St., Johnston, im Rahmen der Community-Konzerte in der Park-Reihe. Der Eintritt ist frei. Die Teilnehmer werden gebeten, ihre eigenen Stühle mitzubringen. Kühler und Alkohol sind nicht erlaubt. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie johnstondevelopmentcorp.org.

Immediately’s occasions for March 21 | Leisure

TODAY

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, the Adath Yeshurun Synagogue will offer a discussion on Aiken’s Jewish history through the 1950s from 5-6:30 p.m. today via Zoom. For more information, visit asourceoflight.org.

Quakers (Religious Society of Friends) will hold virtual services today. Worship in silence begins at 10 a.m., followed by online fellowship for those who wish to linger. For more information and the Zoom link, call Brenda at 803-648-6020.

The Friends of the Gaston Livery Stable will hold a book signing from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the Gaston Livery Stable, 1315 Richland Ave. E. Elliott Levy and Coleen Reed will sign copies of their book “Aiken County Jeopardy.” Books are available at Howell Printing, True Value on Laurens Street, Equine Divine and The Willcox.

MONDAY

The Augusta Genealogical Society will hold its quarterly program online at 11 a.m. Saturday. The guest speaker will be Ken Thomas Jr. His topic will be Finding Cousins Through Chromosomes, Why do DNA and Why is it necessary to do genealogy? For more information or to register, visit augustagensociety.org. The registration deadline is Monday.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance will be available Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays through April 14 at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road, by appointment only. Those in need of help with tax preparation and e-filing of federal and state returns. Those wishing to use the VITA service must pick up an info packet, complete the forms in the packet and call to make an appointment once all forms are completed. Appointments are available between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Taxpayers must have a cellphone, and will be called by someone to work on their return.

The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation in collaboration with the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Museum will live-stream a virtual exhibit from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Monday via Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. The exhibit is titled Saving Horses, Saving Lives: A Celebration – Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Exhibit. For more information, visit aikenhalloffame.com.

TUESDAY

A book club for adults will meet online from 2:30-3:45 p.m. Tuesday. The book selection for March is “Daughter of Fortune,” by Isabel Allende. To participate, sign up at the reference desk of the Aiken County Public Library, 314 Chesterfield St. S.W. For more information, visit abbe-lib.org.

Story Time in the Gardens will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Rye Patch in Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road. Story Time in the Gardens will be held every Tuesday through May. There will be no Story Time on April 6. This event is for ages 8 and younger. Admission is free. 

The Awesome Aiken Al-Anon group meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at First Christian Church, 900 Kerr Drive.

Nar-Anon Aiken For Comfort Family Group will from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays via Zoom. For more information, email momofoscar4@gmail.com.

THURSDAY

The Parker Quartet will perform on Thursday at First Presbyterian Church, 224 Banwell Ave., as part of the 2021 Joye in Aiken Festival. Admission is free on a first come, first served basis. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. For more information, visit joyeinaiken.com. This performance is sponsored by Susan H. Adkins in memory of Dr. Carl R. Adkins.

The SPCA Albrecht Center will hold at Top Dog Topgolf fundraiser from 7-9 p.m. Thursday at TopGolf Augusta, 437 Topgolf Way, Augusta, Georgia. Caddy Tickets are $50 and include a meal and no game play. The Play Ticket is $75 and includes a meal and 1 hour of game play. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the shelter pets at the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Center. For more information or to register, visit letlovelive.org.

The Aiken Center for the Arts will hold an opening reception for its new exhibits from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the center, 122 Laurens St. S.W. For more information, 803-641-9094 or visit aikencenterforthearts.org.

Author Ron Rash will speak at 11:30 a.m. Thursday virtually as part of Aiken Technical College’s Dynamic Dialogues guest lecture series. Rash is the author of several novels and collections of poems, including “Burning Bright.” His topic will be “Burning Bright”: An Author’s Talk. The discussion is free and open to the public. To join, visit bit.ly/38LmKhD or call 571-392-7650 and enter PIN 753 814 2925.

FRIDAY

The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from noon to 5 p.m. Friday at Victory Baptist Church, 620 W. Martintown Road, North Augusta. For more information or to pre-register, visit redcrossblood.org or call 800-RED-CROSS.

SATURDAY

The Aiken County Kite Derby will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Harrison-Caver Park, 4121 Augusta Road, Clearwater. Bring a kite and help fill the sky. Participation is open to all ages. For more information, call 803-599-6847.

The Cottontail Cruise 2 Mobile Egg Hunt will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday on your lawn. Peter cottontail and his friends will hop around town and high candy filled eggs in your yard. Participants must live within the Aiken City Limits and children must be under the age of 10. Sign up is limited to 50 participants. Registration closed March 21.

The Aiken High School Horticulture Class will hold its annual plant sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday through April 1, at the greenhouse behind Aiken High School, 449 Rutland Drive. 

The Augusta Genealogical Society will hold its quarterly program online at 11 a.m. Saturday. The guest speaker will be Ken Thomas Jr. His topic will be Finding Cousins Through Chromosomes, Why do DNA and Why is it necessary to do genealogy? For more information or to register, visit augustagensociety.org. The registration deadline is Tuesday, March 22.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will hold the 2021 S.C. Statewide Virtual Campus Walk on Saturday. Aiken Technical College students will be participating in the virtual fundraising event. For more information, visit afsp.org/sccampus.

MARCH 30

Story Time in the Gardens will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Rye Patch in Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road. Story Time in the Gardens will be held every Tuesday through May. There will be no Story Time on April 6. This event is for ages 8 and younger. Admission is free. 

The Awesome Aiken Al-Anon group meets from 6:30-7:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays at First Christian Church, 900 Kerr Drive.

APRIL 1

The Singing Brazells will perform from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, April 1, at Mims Park, 514 Lee St., Johnston, as part of the Community Concerts in the Park Series. Admission is free. Those attending are asked to bring their own chairs. Coolers and alcohol are not permitted. For more information, visit johnstondevelopmentcorp.org

The Aiken County Board of Disabilities and the board of the Trie-Development Center will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 1, at 5080 Jefferson Davis Highway, Beech Island. For more information, call Joan Lioi at 803-642-8800.

APRIL 3

The Downtown Aiken Easter Eggstravaganza will be held Saturday, April 3, in downtown Aiken. For more information and a list of participating businesses, visit downtownaikencom/events.

gospel singing will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at the Midland Gospel Singing Center, 705 Martin Smith Road, Gilbert. Kingsway and the Heritage Quartet will perform. Admission is free. Social distancing will be observed. A love offering will be accepted. For more information, visit midgsc.com.

A Hippity Hoppity Easter Basket Giveaway will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at Harrison Caver Park, 4181 Augusta Road, Clearwater. Easter baskets will be given away until they are gone. Children must be present. This is a drive-through program sponsored by the Charity Club, Horsecreek Masonic Lodge and OES.

A free COVID-19 testing event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 17519 Atomic Road. The Rev. Paul H. Bush is the pastor.

APRIL 8

The James L. Hammons Detachment No. 939 of the Marine Corps League will meet from 6:30-7 p.m. today at the Knights of Columbus building, 100 Spaulding Drive. New members are needed. Membership is open to all honorably discharged Marines, FMF Corpsmen and chaplains. For more information or to join, call Commandant Col. Davis (Ret.) at 803-722-6247 or email tarheelmarine1@gmail.com.

APRIL 13

The Aiken Center for the Arts will hold A Literal Blast: A Zoom Q&A that allows residents to get a glimpse into the life of area writers. The event will be held February through May and will feature four local authors with two sessions each. The first session will be a an introduction of the author and their book followed by a discussion of the book in session two. The April program will feature the book “The Secret Child,” by Marti Healy. Discussions will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, April 13 and 20. The cost is $35 and includes a copy of the book. For more information or to register, stop by the ACA at 122 Laurens St. S.W., call 803-641-9094 or visit aikencenterforthearts.org.

Story Time in the Gardens will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Rye Patch in Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road. Story Time in the Gardens will be held every Tuesday through May. There will be no Story Time on April 6. This event is for ages 8 and younger. Admission is free. 

APRIL 18

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, the Adath Yeshurun Synagogue will offer a discussion on Aiken’s Jewish history post 1950s from 5-6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 18, via Zoom. For more information, visit asourceoflight.org.

APRIL 19

The inaugural Aiken Center Classic Golf Tournament will be held Monday April 19, at the Woodside Country Club, 1000 Woodside Plantation Drive. The captain’s choice tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The cost is $100 per person or $400 per team of four. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. All proceeds will benefit the Aiken Center for the Arts. For more information or to register, visit aikencenterforthearts.org.

APRIL 20

The Aiken Center for the Arts will hold A Literal Blast: A Zoom Q&A that allows residents to get a glimpse into the life of area writers. The event will be held February through May and will feature four local authors with two sessions each. The first session will be a an introduction of the author and their book followed by a discussion of the book in session two. The April program will feature the book “The Secret Child,” by Marti Healy. Discussions will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, April 13 and 20. The cost is $35 and includes a copy of the book. For more information or to register, stop by the ACA at 122 Laurens St. S.W., call 803-641-9094 or visit aikencenterforthearts.org.

Story Time in the Gardens will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Rye Patch in Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road. Story Time in the Gardens will be held every Tuesday through May. There will be no Story Time on April 6. This event is for ages 8 and younger. Admission is free. 

APRIL 26

The 10th annual Support1 Golf Tournament will be held Monday, April 26, at The River Club, 307 Riverside Blvd., North Augusta. Check-in is 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The tournament is captain’s choice. The cost is $300 per three-person team. Emergency first responders will receive a $25 discount. For more information or to register, email info@support1.org.

APRIL 24

The City of Aiken will hold a Movie in the Park event at 8:15 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at Generations Park, 700 Mack Henry Holland Drive. Those attending should bring lawn chairs or blankets. The event is free, but food trucks will be on hand. For more information, call 803-642-7634 or visit cityofaikensc.gov/movie.

APRIL 27

Story Time in the Gardens will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Rye Patch in Hopelands Gardens, 100 Berrie Road. Story Time in the Gardens will be held every Tuesday through May. There will be no Story Time on April 6. This event is for ages 8 and younger. Admission is free. 

A book club for adults will meet online from 2:30-3:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 27. The book selection for April is “Where the Crawdads Sing,” by Delia Owens. To participate, sign up at the reference desk of the Aiken County Public Library, 314 Chesterfield St. S.W. For more information, visit abbe-lib.org.

APRIL 30

Edgefield County Acoustic – Guitar Pull will perform from 7-8 p.m. Friday, April 30, at Mims Park, 514 Lee St., Johnston, as part of the Community Concerts in the Park Series. Admission is free. Those attending are asked to bring their own chairs. Coolers and alcohol are not permitted. For more information, visit johnstondevelopmentcorp.org

Culpeper County Library new titles for week of March 21, 2021 | Leisure

The Culpeper County Library building is open with limited hours, services, and customer capacity. You can find many books, films, magazines, audiobooks, and streaming videos on the site. tlc.library.net/culpeper.

Here are this week’s new titles:

“I didn’t see this coming: Putting life back together when your world falls apart,” Rachel Hollis; “Long Time: Settling the Race in America”, Michael E. Dyson; “Killer Triggers,” Joe Kenda; “The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing and the Future of Mankind,” Walter Isaacson; “Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine,” Olivia Campbell; “Backyard Breeding: From Raising Chickens to Growing Vegetables, The Beginner’s Guide to Running a Self-Sustaining Farm”; “Martha Stewart’s very good things: Clever tips and brilliant ideas for a simpler and more comfortable life”, Martha Stewart; “Deer Resistant Native Plants for the Northeast,” Ruth R. Clausen & Gregory D. Tepper; “Good Housekeeping Easy Meal Prep: The Ultimate Make-Ahead Meal Playbook”; “Beloved Animals: Fighting for Life in a Time of Extinction”, Michelle Nijhuis.

“The Dark Heart of Florence”, Tasha Alexander; “Dreams Reignited,” Amanda Cabot; “Fast Ice: A Novel from the Numa Files,” Clive Cussler; “Your Dark Lies,” JT Ellison; “The Shepherd’s Wife,” Angela Hunt; “The kindest lie,” Nancy Johnson; “Later,” Stephen King; “Everything after that,” Jill Santopolo; “Calm in Your Bones”, Nalini Singh; “Band of Sisters,” Lauren Willig.

Leisure calendar: March 19–25 | Leisure

THE TANKERAYS, doors 7 p.m., show 8 p.m. Friday, March 19, Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., all ages, free, mesatheater.com.

CLARK JENSEN AND FRIENDS, 7.30pm – 11pm Friday, March 19, Warehouse 25Sixty-Five, 2565 American Way, rocks country music with guest Jason Abbott Duo, free, 628-4321, warehouse2565.com.

STILL HOUSE TRIO, 6 p.m. Friday, March 19, Pressed, 392 W. Third St., Palisade, facebook.com/pressed.palisade464-2090.

MONUMENTAL BEER WORKS FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday, March 19, Monumental Beer Works, 2575 US Highway 6 & 50, live music with stray grass from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., social distancing and masks required, limited seating, take camping chairs, facebook.com/monumentalbeerworks.

COLORADO BUSINESS REVIVAL CONCERT IN THE PARK, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 20, Mesa County Fairgrounds Park, 2785 US Highway 50, concert with The Williams Brothers Band, main event with speakers and vendors from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., facebook.com/events/171562061278647.

IN THE WHALE, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 20, Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., with Stone Deaf, $ 12-15, tickets valid after the postponed show on November 13, 2020, mesatheater.com.

A BAND CALLED ALEXIS, 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. Saturday, March 20, Warehouse 25Sixty-Five, 2565 American Way, rock country band, free show, 628-4321, warehouse2565.com.

TEDX GRAND JUNCTION, online event 6pm to 8pm Saturday, March 20, with the topic “Recenter, Reconnect, Rebuild”, information and schedule for the speakers at tedxgj.com.

CAVALCADE’S MARCH VARIETY SHOW, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 20, show with music, film, poems and much more live on Facebook, donations accepted, facebook.com/cavalcade.fruita.

WILLIAM AIKENS, OBOE RECITAL, 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 22, Love Recital Hall, Moss Performing Arts Center, University of Colorado Mesa, 1231 N. 12th St., coloradomesa.edu/tickets800-410-MAVS.

TANIALL SCROGGINS JUNIOR RECITAL, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 23, Love Recital Hall, Moss Performing Arts Center, University of Colorado Mesa, 1221 N. 12th St., coloradomesa.edu/tickets800-410-MAVS

ACOUSTIC JAM, 6–9pm Tuesday, March 23, Charlie Dwellington, 103 N. First St., take an instrument, wear a mask, 241-4010.

“THE WIZARD OF OZ” (1939, PG rated), 7:30 pm, Tuesday, March 23, Avalon Theater, 645 Main St., dinner, shopping and a film program, you will receive a receipt on the same day in the city center over $ 5 or more for entry to the movie, 12 years and under free with an adult, $ 7 tickets in lieu of receipt, avalontheatregj.org.

5 issues to know earlier than the inventory market opens Thursday, March 18

Here are the top news, trends, and analysis investors need to get their trading day started:

1. Nasdaq, S&P 500 futures hit by further surge in government bond yields

A man walks in front of the Nasdaq building in Times Square on March 10, 2021 in New York.

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A woman walks outside a store in New York City on February 22, 2021.

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As the Fed raised its outlook for economic growth and inflation, it raised the outlook Projected lower unemployment rate to 4.5% this year. The unemployment rate was 6.2% in February. In a further reference to the job picture, which is due to be published at 8:30 a.m.CET, economists expect 700,000 new applications for unemployment benefits last week. That would be less than the previous week’s 712,000 initial unemployment claims.

2. Bond traders continue to battle the Fed over rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks at a virtual press conference in Tiskilwa, Illinois on December 16, 2020.

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Despite assurances from the Fed that near zero rates are unlikely to rise until 2023, the yield on 10-year government bonds is on Thursday touched 1.74%That was a high until January 2020 when traders continued to battle central bankers over interest rates. The rapid rise in the benchmark yield, which started below 1% this year, has weighed on high-growth stocks, many of which are technology stocks on the Nasdaq, as higher interest rates undermine the value of future earnings and depress market valuations. In addition to releasing projections on Wednesday afternoon after its two-day March meeting, the Fed left interest rates and the asset purchase program unchanged.

3. Top Biden officials and Chinese diplomats meet

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a joint press conference following the meeting of Foreign and Defense Ministers between South Korea and the United States at the State Department in Seoul, South Korea, on March 18, 2021.

Lee Jin-Man | Reuters

America’s top diplomat early Thursday pressed China to use its “enormous influence” to convince North Korea to abandon its nuclear program, hours after the withdrawn Pyongyang vowed to ignore all US overtures to resume negotiations. State Secretary Antony Blinken spoke in Seoul at the end of the security talks with South Korea.

flash will meet senior Chinese officials in Anchorage, Alaska, en route back to Washington late Thursday. Relations between the world’s two largest economies have been torn for years, and the von Biden administration has yet to signal whether it is ready or ready to back off the former president’s tough stance Donald Trump.

4th house to vote on two immigration laws, including one for “dreamers”

Protesters hold illuminated signs during a rally supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program or the Dream Act outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC on January 18, 2018.

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The House was set to vote Thursday on a bill to give so-called dreamers, immigrants brought to the US as children, full legal status and a chance for citizenship. A second measure would do the same for agricultural workers with a migrant background. Both measures certainly seemed to pass. When similar versions of the bills were passed in 2019, seven Republicans voted in favor of the Dreamers bill and 34 backed the farm workers’ move. However, support for the GOP is expected to wane this time around as the party rallies behind calls for tighter restrictions on the US-Mexico border.

5. The federal tax return day on April 15th was postponed to May 17th

The headquarters of the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC

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The day of the tax return on April 15th has been postponed about a month. Taxpayers can also delay paying funds owed to the IRS until May 17th. However, the extended period only applies to federal income declarations and taxes. This means taxpayers will need to check to see if state tax due dates have changed. Not all federal states follow the same registration plan as the federal government. The call for a tax day delay has been heightened following the adoption of the latest Covid Relief Plan, which mandates the IRS to submit another round of direct payments at the same time it normally processes tax returns and refunds.

– The Associated Press contributed to this report. Get the latest information on the pandemic with you CNBC’s coronavirus blog.

Rooster Soup for the Soul Leisure to Host Fourth Quarter and Full 12 months 2020 Convention Name on March 31, 2021 Nasdaq:CSSE

NEW YORK, March 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Chicken Soup for Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE), one of the largest operators of streaming ad-supported video-on-demand (“AVOD”) networks, announced today announced that a conference call and live webcast will be held to discuss fourth quarter and full year results ending December 31, 2020.

Conference call information

To attend this event, dial in approximately 5 to 10 minutes before the call begins.

  • Date, time: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 4:30 p.m. ET.
  • Toll Free: (833) 832-5128
  • International: (484) 747-6583
  • Conference ID: 2587209
  • A live webcast is available at https://ir.cssentertainment.com/ under the tab “News & Events”

Information on playback of conference calls

  • Toll Free: (855) 859-2056
  • International: (404) 537-3406
  • Reference ID: 2587209

ABOUT CHICKEN SOUP FOR SOUL ENTERTAINMENT

Chicken Soup for Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE) operates streaming video-on-demand (VOD) networks. The company owns Crackle Plus, which owns and operates a variety of ad-supported and subscription-based VoD networks, including Crackle, Popcornflix, Popcornflix Kids, Truli, Pivotshare, Españolflix and FrightPix. The company also purchases and sells video content through its subsidiary Screen Media and produces original long and short form content through Landmark Studio Group, the chicken soup for the Soul Originals division, and APlus.com. Chicken Soup For The Soul Entertainment is a subsidiary of Chicken Soup For The Soul, LLC, which publishes the famous book series and produces super-premium pet foods under the brand name Chicken Soup for the Soul.

FORWARDING STATEMENTS

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks (including those set out in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2019 and the Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the nine month period ended September 30. 2020) and Uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from the forward-looking statements. The company expressly disclaims any obligation or obligation to publicly release any updates or revisions to the forward-looking statements contained herein to reflect changes in the company’s expectations regarding them or changes in the events, conditions or circumstances on which any statements are based. Investors should be aware that actual results could differ materially from our expectations and projections if our assumptions underlying the projections contained herein prove inaccurate or if known or unknown risks or uncertainties occur.

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