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Weekender Briefs: Join OHIO for a virtual music show; visit the new Rural Action Thrift Store

Friday, September 25

Virtual Shabat at 6 p.m. hosted by Hillel at Ohio University via Zoom. Join them for a student-led, virtual Shabbat. Although the event is online, students are still encouraged to lead prayer, offer a D'var, or contribute musically.

Admission: Free

Friday Night LIVE OHIO at 8 p.m. hosted by OHIO Involvement via Twitch. Friday Night LIVE is an hour-long virtual music show that allows Ohio University students to get involved with campus life. Although the pandemic has limited options to enjoy live music, host DJ A-roc brings an exciting musical experience to students over Twitch. There are prizes and giveaways every week.

Admission: Free

Saturday, September 26

Rural Action Thrift Store, Makerspace Open House at 10 a.m. hosted by Rural Action, 751 W Union Street. Rural Action and a number of other community organizations have collaborated to open a new thrift store and Makerspace. Stop in on Saturday to check out the progress and offer feedback on this environmentally-conscious, second-hand space. Attendees can also bring recyclables, which Rural Action will accept in the parking lot. It is free to recycle all items, except for 30-gallon bags of trash, which cost $3 per bag.

Admission: Free

Walk to End Alzheimer’s at 10 a.m. hosted by Ohio Bachelor of Science in Nursing Organization at Peden Stadium. With the goal of raising money and awareness for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research, everyone is invited to participate in BSNO’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Participants can begin fundraising as soon as they register. The event begins with a virtual opening ceremony, followed by a socially-distanced walk. Come support a good cause while you get your steps in.

Admission: Free, fundraising and donations encouraged

Sunday, September 27

Level 2 Flameworking at 10 a.m. hosted by Hocking College Leisure Learning at the Visual Arts Center at Hocking College

Level two flame-workers are invited to join instructor Sabrina Suman and learn to make glass objects. The class expands upon concepts taught during the Introduction class and covers how to use glass rods and torch to form small items.

Admission: $50


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