Friday, Nov. 20

Colloquium: "Geophysical prospecting for new cave passages” at 12:55 p.m. hosted by Ohio University’s Department of Geological Sciences virtually. Explore caves virtually with Dr. Lewis Land. A devoted researcher, Land will present the results of electrical resistivity surveys used to investigate new cave passages in Fort Stanton Cave of New Mexico. His presentation will also include a discussion of the Snowy River Formation: the world’s longest speleothem.

Admission: Free

Virtual Shabbat at 6 p.m., hosted by Hillel at Ohio University via Zoom. Join OU Hillel 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

Saturday, Nov. 21

Online/Zoom OR Outdoor Power Flow with Liz at 10 a.m. hosted by Bodhi Tree Guesthouse and Studio, 8950 Lavelle Road, or virtually. Strengthen your mind and body in this vigorous yoga class. Focusing on breathing techniques, the instructor, Liz, will take those comfortable with yoga fundamentals to the next level. Participants need to bring their own mats.

Admission: $10

Level 2 Flameworking: Fall Themed at 2 p.m. hosted by Leisure Learning at Hocking College at 3301 Hocking Parkway. Hone your flameworking skills at this workshop taught by instructor Sabrina Suman. The fall-themed event allows participants to learn more about flameworking in an engaging manner. Participants must have completed the Level 1 Flameworking class to attend.

Admission: $50

Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6 p.m. hosted by The Blennerhassett Hotel and United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley on Facebook Live. Kick-off the holiday season by tuning into this virtual event as The Blennerhassett Hotel lights their Hotel Tree and then proceeds through the Festival of Trees display.

Admission: Free

Sunday, Nov. 22

Angel Tree Giving Program at 12 p.m. hosted by Parkersburg YMCA at 1800 30th St. Parkersburg, WV. Select an item to purchase from the tree in the YMCA lobby and give a gift to a child in need. Gifts should be returned unwrapped with the angel tag for identification inside the bag by Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Parkersburg YMCA.

Admission: Free

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