Waterford High School Presents Twelve Angry Men and Twelve Angry Women
Waterford High School proudly presents the third WATERFORDrama production of the season, two thought-provoking courtroom dramas, TWELVE ANGRY MEN and TWELVE ANGRY WOMEN by Reginald Rose.
Sugar Blues Workshop
Did you know that Americans consume a whopping average of 526 cans of sugary soda per year? That’s 6,000 calories each month (21 pounds each year!) that directly lead to obesity and diabetes. By implementing healthy alternatives, you can avoid becoming a statistic and eliminate your sugar addiction.
In just one hour, you will get unbiased, expert information by signing up for the free Sugar Blues workshop hosted by Renee Reyes.
Don’t waste hundreds of dollars on weight loss plans or fad diets. Attend this revealing workshop designed to help you break your sugar habit and you’ll be well on your way to creating a healthier lifestyle. This technique isn’t about depriving you of your favorite snacks or forcing you to eat bland diet foods. Instead, you’ll learn useful tips for incorporating delicious, satisfying foods into your diet.
The first step to improving your health - and the rest of your life – begins January 27th at Fred Astaire Dance Studio, 12 Roosevelt Ave., The Packer Building in Mystic, CT at 7 p.m.
The Sugar Blues workshop explores the effects of sugar on your body and how you can successfully overcome it. Participants will gain a greater understanding of why we crave sweets, how sugar decreases our energy, and the cycle of sugar addiction. They will learn how to identify the hidden refined sugar in common foods and explore tasty alternatives to stay sugar-free for life.
Renee Reyes, Certified Health Coach, facilitates the Sugar Blues workshop. The workshop is free and space is limited, so take action now to improve your life. To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org call 860-608-0254.
New London Youth Collaborative Announces the 4th Annual New London Youth Talent Show Auditions
The New London Youth Collaborative announces auditions for the 4th Annual New London Youth Talent Show. Auditions will take place on:
Jan. 29th 6-8pm at New London High School Auditorium
Feb 1st 1-3pm at Norwich Free Academy at the Slater Auditorium
February 4 and 5th 6-8pm at Interdistrict School of Arts and Communication (ISAAC) in New London.
New London Youth Talent Show Auditions are for youth ages 10-25 who live and/or go to school in New London County. Auditions are on a first come, first serve basis. Upon arrival to auditions participants are required to fill out an application. Audition participants who are under 18 years of age will need a parent or guardian signature to complete the application. Participants are asked to be prepared with their performance and also advised that photo and video will be taken.
Additional information can be found at htt://www.facebook.com/NLYouthTalentShow
Please contact Jessica Hill, for additional questions at 860-857-1517 or by email at email@example.com
Kids 5 & Under are Free" both in Advanced Ticket Sales & Purchased At The Door.