February 13, 2013 - Last Chance Daddy Daughter Dance
The Oxford High School Varsity Dance Team is hosting its First Annual "Last Chance Daddy-Daughter Dance" from 6-9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17.
The dance is for OHS junior and senior girls and their fathers, stepfathers and grandfathers. It will take place at the high school. In addition to an evening of dancing, the event will feature a spaghetti dinner, courtesy of Italia Gardens, wonderful desserts, complimentary coat check and the option to purchase a commemorative photo.
The cost is $30 per couple and all proceeds benefit the dance team.
'Gifts from the Garden' class
Lapeer County Michigan State University Extension will offer a class called "Gifts from the Garden," from 11 a.m. to 12;30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16.
The class will be held at Oxford Public Library (530 Pontiac Road). This is a demonstration class. The making of flavored syrups and flavored vinegars will be demonstrated. You will leave the class with lots of information.
Call the Oxford library at (248) 628-3034 to preregister. There is no cost but you must register so we can plan on space! Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all.
Enjoy some jazz at the Oxford library
The R.J. Spangler Trio will perform some live jazz at the Oxford Public Library on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 2 p.m.
The one-hour concert is being sponsored by the Jazz Foundation of America, which is committed to providing jazz and blues musicians with performance opportunities, with a special focus on the elderly and veterans who have paid their dues.
For more information, please call the library at (248) 628-3034 or visit on-line at www.miopl.org
Meet a local author
The Addison Township Public Library Book Club invites everyone to come meet local author Gloria Nixon-John and discuss her extraordinary book, "The Killing Jar," on Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Copies of the book are on sale now at the library's circulation desk for $12 each.
Proceeds are being donated to the Addison library. "The Killing Jar" is based on the true story of Ted Lynch (a fictitious name), one of the youngest Americans to be charged with a capital crime and sentenced to death.