Girls fashion show benefit will feature styles through the ages WEST COLUMBIA


November 11, 1992|By LARRY STURGILL

The "American Girls Fashion Show" promises to be one of the more interesting events held in Columbia this year. The fashion show, to benefit the Children of Separation and Divorce Center, features historically inspired girls' clothing from 1774, 1854, 1904 and 1944. It is intended to demonstrate how much American girls and their fashions have changed, yet stayed basically the same, over the past 200 years. It is a gala event all family members can share and enjoy. Young girls attending with parents are encouraged to bring their favorite doll.

The fashion show will be held at The Columbia Inn, Wincopin Circle, on Friday, Nov. 27, and Saturday, Nov. 28. Shows will be presented at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. each day. Tea and treats will be provided.

Tickets are $25 (of which $12 is tax deductible), and may be purchased by calling (410) 740-9553 or (301) 596-1677.


If you want to enjoy an evening of fun and laughter, don't miss The Columbia Community Players rendition of "Run For Your Life," a British comedy written by Ray Cooney. Performances are scheduled this Friday and Saturday and again on Nov. 20 and 21, beginning at 8 p.m. in the Slayton House Theatre.

Tickets are $8, $7 for students and seniors, and may be purchased at Slayton House or the C. A. Mail Sale Desk in Columbia Mall. Group rates are available.

Call 381-4864 for additional information and reservations.


The destructive forces that sometimes invade relationships and marriages are seldom understood, and less seldom recognized, until irreparable damage has been done.

Howard County General Hospital will offer a three-part program called "Heart of Anger -- Heart of Intimacy," on three Tuesdays, Nov. 17, Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the HCGH Health Education Center. The types of anger that can harm or destroy relationships, as well as preventive measures, will be discussed. The program fee is $60.

Additional information can be obtained by calling 740-7600.


Why not do some of your early holiday shopping at Running Brook Elementary School? The school is holding a Book Fair during American Education Week, Nov. 16-21, to help raise funds for the media center. Because of drastic school budget cuts by the county, profits from the Book Fair may be the only source of funds to purchase new books for the library.

Anyone interested in buying books is invited to stop by Running Brook Elementary School, 5215 W. Running Brook Road, between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and browse through the selection of children's and adult books.


Have you lived before? That is one of the questions to be investigated by the Maryland Satsung Society at an introductory program on Eckankar, described as the "Religion of the Light and Sound of God."

Topics to be covered include: reincarnation and karma; contacting the Light and Sound of God; the reality of out-of-body experiences; dream teaching; and the Hu, a spiritual exercise.

The program is scheduled at Slayton House, in Wilde Lake Village, on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m.

For additional information, call Larry Taylor, 992-7768.


A three-hour workshop on basic reed basket weaving techniques will be offered at Slayton House, in Wilde Lake Village, on Tuesday, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Instructor Susan Gribble will give instructions on how to make a simple elbow design basket. The fee is $18, and all supplies are provided.

For additional information, call 730-3987.


"Shiny New Paintings," a collection of watercolors and acrylics by artist Robert Lewis, will be on display at the Slayton House Gallery, in Wilde Lake Village, through Dec 1. Mr. Lewis is a professional illustrator.

The Slayton House Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.


Howard County artist Gina Somerlock will teach drawing lessons for all levels at the Florence Bain Center on Thursdays through Dec. 17, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $12.

For additional information or registration, call 313-7213.

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