Columbia West

September 28, 1992

Kaleidoscope, Oakland exhibits come to center

Historic Oakland and the Columbia Arts Center will present "Afternoon Tea at Oakland" from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, followed by the exhibit "Kaleidoscope In Stained Glass" at the Oakland Mansion at 5430 Vantage Point Road.

The exhibit will also feature a discussion with artist Susan Keiholz.

Admission is $12 and includes the four-course tea. Advance reservations are required.

Information: 730-4801.

Central Library seeks grandparents

The Howard County Central Library in Town Center is looking for grandparents to volunteer their time and share experiences with some of the library's youngest patrons.

The Library Grandparent Program will bring the young and old together in several ways. Volunteer grandparents will be involved in reading to 2- and 3-year-olds on a one-to-one basis for an hour or two a week.

In addition, they will relate their childhood experiences to the children in fall programs, "Attic Treasures" and "School Days: Then and Now."

A free workshop will be offered from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday in the meeting room of the library.

Information: 313-7825.

POLICE LOG

* Wilde Lake: 5100 block of Hesperus Drive: Someone pried open a sliding door and ransacked a house Wednesday.

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