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Though cancer ultimately claimed her life, her positive outlook & joy remained unchanged. A lover of humanity, she was abundantly open hearted & accepting of others...A generous, compassionate, giving woman of integrity, Donna was born December 21,
Agoura residents Courtney, left, and Allyson Stockton play drums with their daughter Annaleigh, 2, at Havdallah and Hotdogs, an annual family event held by Thousand Oaks' Temple Etz Chaim on Saturday. A Havdallah service, which separates the Sabbath
The high-profile case is another from Florida's controversial Stand Your Ground, where Dunn felt threatened by loud music coming from a van at a gas station with four young black men. He grabbed his gun and shot into the van, killing Jordan Davis.
Saturday, Jan. 4, at the Fine Line Creative Arts Center, 6N158 Crane Road, in St...Move from room to room, and complete as many offerings as you wish...Come out and explore new areas of Fine Line, and see if there is something you would like to try
The numerical bit isn't age, though she'd be very close, but the horizontal circumference of my noggin, in centimetres. Oval relates to head shape, and long entails a particularly deep oval, which I naturally take to mean, gifted, a conclusion so
29 November 2013 0 View comments Those looking for a unique Christmas gift or an adorable way to immortalise their pets can now have an exact replica of their companion sculpted in felt. For the ultimate animal lover, a pet's actual fur can be
Felting a Landscape Class: Felting is fun, so get your creative juices flowing and learn how to "paint" a landscape using both unspun wool and wool yarns at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 27, in the Kavanagh Building Surface Design Studio.
People will be able to shop and see the work of fiber artists at the annual NW Weavers Conference, which runs through Sunday, June 23, at Western Washington University. The conference is drawing more than 500 fiber enthusiasts taking part in more
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 2:59 PM EST Last updated Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 2:59 PM EST Felt is old school. The cloth usually made of matted, compressed wool or rayon fibres is the stuff of granddads' fedoras
Instructor Sonia Spotts will teach participants how to transform raw wool into whimsical miniature animals using needle felting tools. The two-day workshop costs $45 and reservations may be made online at http:/