DIRECTORY - Updated February 11, 2017
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WENDY ARMAGNAC: (Hayfork) - Former drama teacher at Hayfork High School. Singer. Previously performed with Armagnac & Rossi (jazz duo).
GEOFFREY BEEBE: (Junction City) -
Physical theatre, storytelling, clowning, masks,
JANE M. BELDEN: (P.O. Box 134,
Weaverville, 96093) - Theatre production, tech,
graphics, set design and painting. Artist, writer, and
singer. Involved with Trinity
RACHEL LAFEIN: (Weaverville) -
Theatre, soundtrack design, costumes, props, set
design & construction. Trinity High School drama
teacher. Artist-educator. Photography.
theatre teacher. Involved with Trinity
A. O'KAY JUGGLER EXTRAORDINAIRE:
(623-7058 or 707-499-5628, P.O. Box 25, Willow Creek,
CA 95573) - Juggles pins, 5 balls, torches, and
machetes. Available for parties, events, school
assemblies, birthdays, fairs, holidays, &
MARTI & RICHARD
PARACHINI: Both are involved with
Players. MARTI: Theatre set
construction. RICHARD: Theatre, set design
& construction, sound designer & technician.
PATRICIA REID-MACGREGOR - Theatre. Involved with Trinity Players.
MARYLNN RUBI: Theatre, set design, producing. Involved with Trinity Players.
MELODYE & CHRIS SEMER: (628-5545,
Hayfork) - Drama, theatre. Involved in Mountain
Actor's Workshop. Art and art instruction. Chris has
taught ceramics at Hayfork High School night school.
KITTY WILSON: (628-5430, Hayfork) -
Belly dancer and instructor. Has taught belly dance
classes. Leader of Habibiyat Al Jabal Belly
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BEGINNING BELLY DANCE WITH DEETA at White Wolf Gym in Weaverville. 8-week introductory courses into the art of belly dance. Gain a solid beginning belly dance foundation in an encouraging environment. Students will learn basic steps which increase energy and promote weight loss. Cost is $50/8 classes. More info, to register or get dates for next class session: call Cultural Dance Presentations at 221-3242 or go to www.moderngypsy.org.
DANCE DEPOT:(229-1084 or 356-8034, Lewiston) - Natasha Kuyper is a dance instructor in tap, jazz, ballet, and acrobatics. She offers dance classes at Lewiston Community Center, based on the interests of her clients. Ages 3 to adult. Call for info on class times, fees, and type of dance.
LITERARY NIGHT at TAHA Community Wellness Center (140 S. Miner, new location!). Gathering begins at 5:15pm; presentation is 5:30-7pm, with an intermission for delicious snacks. Event is free to the public. Come and participate or just enjoy! More info: call Pam or Elizabeth at 778-3135 or 739-0626. Third Thursday each month, hopefully starting up in March 2017.
ACTORS WORKSHOP: (Melodye and Chris Semer:
628-5545 or 628-4475, Hayfork) - Live theatre group
based in Hayfork area that meets first Tuesday each
month at Hayfork Community Center at 6:30pm (call to
confirm!). The old Hayfork Theater building was
donated to MAW. They are looking for folks who would
like to donate time, labor, money, or ? towards the
future remodeling effort.
REDBUD THEATRE: (629-2354 or 629-2497,
Salyer/Willow Creek) - Live theatre venue behind
Cinnabar Sam's on Highway 299.
REDDING CITY MUSICAL
THEATRE COMPANY: (1726 Market Street, Redding,
CA 96001, 515-3262). More info: call Diana Christensen
SPOKEN WORD NIGHT AT THE LOFT at The Bohemian Art Loft (3304B Bechelli Lane, Redding) at 7pm on second Thursday each month. An evening for serious poets, writers, playwrights, storytellers, comedians, and actors of all genres. No censorship. Audience welcome. Donations accepted. Refreshments. Second Wednesday each month. More info or to confirm: call 229-7818.
TRINITY ALPS PERFORMING ARTS
CENTER: Upcoming and past events, purchase
tickets, map & directions, reviews, gallery,
booking info, how to donate, and contact information.
TRINITY PLAYERS: (Jim French, Board Vice President, 623-8695, P.O. Box 453, Weaverville, 96093) - Live theatre group based in Weaverville area. Board meets on first and third Thursdays at 5:15pm at Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville.
TRINITY SCHOOL OF DANCE at
White Wolf Gym: (Diana, 623-9214, Weaverville) - In the past
they have offered weekly classes in Jazz/Hip
Hop; Jazz/Ballet; Ballet/Lyrical; and Mommy,
Daddy, and Me Dance & Movement Classes for
pre-kindergarten children & their parents. Trinity
County Arts Council received a First 5 Commission
grant to offer these classes. More info: call TCAC at
623-2760 or White Wolf Gym at
KITTY WILSON: (628-5430, Hayfork) - Belly dancer and instructor. Ongoing classes MAY be available, jump in anytime. Leader of Habibiyat Al Jabal Belly Dancing Troupe.
MUSICIANS & SINGERS
SINGERS WANTED: WEAVERVILLE COMMUNITY CHORUS meets on Tuesdays at Weaverville Elementary School music room (room 30) at 5pm. New singers are welcome. More info: call Director Randall Walker at 623-2734.
AGLIPAY: (503-720-7457, Weaverville,
CA) - Guitars, banjo, mandolin,
fiddle, bass, piano, keyboards, accordion, harmonica,
saxophones, clarinet, flute, drums, percussion, jaw
harp, vocals, and more. Locally,
he performs with Buckhorn Mountain Stompers, Rainy Day
Weaverville Community Band and occasionally
with Sabor, a Latin Jazz group. Taylor is or has
been a full time member of many musical projects
Marching Band, ManHandel,
SaQi, The Getbacks, Uprite Dub Orchestra, The
Streakin' Healys, The Beevils, The Un, Nemesis Theory,
The Monkey-Banana Band, Peevish, OE40, Schottenfreud,
EsEn. He has also sat in and/or recorded for many
others, too numerous to mention (see website). He teaches
music lessons in saxophone, guitar, bass,
clarinet, flute, and piano/keyboards. First lesson is
free! He is a certified band instrument repair
Taylor's full bio.
DANYEL AGLIPAY: (Weaverville, CA) - Fiddle, hand percussion. Locally, she performs with Buckhorn Mountain Stompers, Rainy Day Picnic, and Weaverville Community Chorus and occasionally with Weaverville Community Band
SUSAN ALEXANDER: Recorder. Performs
with The Manzanita Chamber Ensemble.
DIANA ALLISON: (623-5281,
Weaverville) - Piano and keyboards.
ANDERSON: (266-3813, Trinity Center, CA) -
Electric bass. Interested in playing swing, country,
blues, classic rock and possibly other genres, and
interested in forming or joining a band that wants to
actively play gigs. 50 years of experience playing,
professional musician with professional equipment.
ANDERSON: (contact me, Hayfork) - Clawhammer banjo, ukulele, guitar.
Performs with David Menefee. Previously performed with
All Wheel Drive, The
Mostly Stringband, and with Audrey Steele.
ARMAGNAC: (Hayfork) - Singer. Previously
performed with Armagnac & Rossi (jazz duo). Former
drama teacher at Hayfork High School.
HUGH ASHLEY: (Trinity Center) - Harmonica. Previously performed with Second Story.
KENNETH BALDWIN: (Douglas City) - Hand drums. Artist.
GEOFFREY BEEBE: Hurdy Gurdy, hammered dulcimer. Physical theatre, storytelling, clowning, masks, weaving. Artist.
JANE M. BELDEN: (P.O. Box 134,
Weaverville, 96093) - Singer. Writer, artist,
theatre. Wrote "Trinity Lively Arts" column in Trinity
Journal for many years.
BORUFF: (628-5468, Hayfork, CA) - Piano,
guitar, standup bass, Irish/tin whistle, and vocals. Music
lessons in piano, guitar, violin, band instruments,
Irish/tin whistle, voice, performance, music theory.
Classes held in Hayfork, Weaverville, and Lewiston.
State of California Credentialed teacher, retired.
MIKE BOURG: (Oregon Mountain area) - Drums, percussion. Performs with Second Story. Previously performed with Trespass, Roxmyth, and Blind Date. Custom jeweler and co-owner of Gold Rush Jewelers in Weaverville (623-4454).
BUNDI: (Weaverville) - Singer. Occasional
LISABETH CAHILL: (Weaverville) - Guitar, vocals.
KELLY & SUE CORRIGAN / TRINITY DIRT
WORKS ART & METAL SCULPTURES: (623-6821,
Weaverville) - Hand drums and percussion. Art &
metal sculptures made from recycled scrap metals and
materials. Sue managed Weaverville Farmer's Market for
MIKE CROWLEY: (628-5068,
Hayfork) - Tin whistles, various flutes and woodwinds,
hand percussion & rhythm of all kinds. May offer
instruction in tin whistle, hand drums, and rhythm.
Previously performed with The Mostly Stringband and
with Kavika on Sunday mornings at Lucky Trail in
DAVID CRUMMEY: (739-3183, email@example.com, Weaverville) - Mandolin, guitar, singer. Previously performed with Timber Ridge Band
DEAN: (925-2505, Douglas
City) - Guitar, vocals. Previously performed with John
Mullen in Two Far
Gone (blues, folk, & rock duo).
MARY JO FIERMONTE: Recorder,
saxophone, oboe, ukulele, clarinet, and other
instruments. Performs with Weaverville Community Band
and Community Chorus.
JIM FRENCH: (623-7105, firstname.lastname@example.org, Weaverville) - Guitar, mandolin, vocals. Previously performed with Timber Ridge Band. He has built a few mandolins and has produced several CD's, including Clarridge Fiddlers and District 6 Fiddlers.
JANINE GACEK: (Deerlick Springs area) - Flute, congas.
JOHN GARRETT: (623-4213,
P.0. Box 797, Weaverville, 96093) - Guitar, ukulele,
vocals, hand drums. Ceramic
artist and teacher. Teaches Wine-y Painter classes
with Susan Alexander. Previously performed with Raven
NEIL HARVEY: (Hyampom) - Hand drums.
BUDDY HAZARD: (Douglas City) - Electric & acoustic guitar, slide guitar, harmonica, vocals. Performs with Buddy Hazard Band. Previously performed with Highway 3 Band. Metal artist.
DAVID & SUSAN HAZARD:
(Weaverville) - Guitars, vocals. They sometimes
perform as a duet.
LONNIE JESSIE: (Hayfork) - Bassoon, most woodwinds. Former music teacher.
ALEXIS JOHANSING: (Hayfork / Hyampom)
- Vocals, harmonium, guitar. Dance. Performs with
EMILY JOHANSING: (Hayfork) - Flute.
JOHANSING: (Hayfork) - Drums (kit and hand).
Performs with Philosophers Tone. Previously performed
with Deja Vu, Soul Kitchen, and occasionally
LEADBETTER: (Hayfork) - Singer. Previously
performed with Dixie Schaeffer as Dixie & Ray.
MANAS: Electric bass guitar, vocals. Previously
performed with Roxmyth, The
Retro-Fits Dance Band
and The Blues Daddies.
BETH MAYBEE: (Ruth) - Guitar, history through song and music.
MENEFEE: (628-4579 or contact me, Hayfork) - Standup bass and lever harp.
Performs with Rachel Anderson. Previously performed
with The Mostly Stringband, All
Wheel Drive and with Audrey Steele.
DICK MORRIS: (Weaverville) - Trumpet, flugelhorn. Performs with The Straight Ahead Big Band (out of Redding) and Weaverville Community Band.
SCOTT MORRIS: (Weaverville) - Drums & percussion, vocals. Performs with Mountain Mojo.
SUSAN NEIL: Recorder. Performs with The Manzanita Chamber Ensemble.
OLEARI: (778-9855, Lewiston; Teaching studio:
739-0087, 101 Park Street, by Lowden Park,
Weaverville) - Electric
bass guitar, guitar, resophonic
guitar, mandolin, ukulele, alto saxophone, whistle,
vocals, timpani, percussion, and more. Performs
with Sabor (Latin Jazz),
Eargasm, and Weaverville
Community Band. Previously
performed with Second Story, Blind
Date, Butterscotch and The Mostly Stringband. Hal
can do graphic arts design for your event posters or
Hal's full bio.
BRYAN B. POTTER: (Hyampom) - Conga
ARIANNA REITER: (Hayfork) - Vocals.
Theatre. Previously performed with Second
RHODEHOUSE: (623-2153, Weaverville)
- Drums. Previously performed
with The Retro-Fits Dance Band.
JOHN RITZ: (Weaverville) - Electric bass. Performs with Philosophers Tone. Previously performed with Mountain Mojo.
ROSSI: (628-6393, Hayfork) -
Guitar (Jazz, R & B, rock), electric bass guitar,
vocals. Previously performed with
Roxmyth, Deja Vu, Soul
Kitchen and Armagnac &
Rossi (jazz duo). He does printed circuit layout &
CHUCK & SANDRA SAUER: (Hayfork) - Chuck: Electric & acoustic guitar, electric bass guitar, vocals. Sandra: Vocals. Chuck & Sandra perform with The Rusty Pipes.
ALAN SANGER: (351-3791, Weaverville) - Electric bass guitar. Previously performed with Trespass.
DIXIE SCHAEFFER: (628-5522, Hayfork) -
Piano & keyboard, vocals. Previously performed
with Ray Leadbetter as Dixie & Ray. Piano lessons
for all ages and levels, but especially good with very
young children. $15/half hour.
CHARLIE SEARGENT: Guitar. Previously performed with The Retro-Fits Dance Band.
LARRY SHAW: Electric & acoustic guitar.
PHIL SPRAGEL: (Lewiston) - Harmonica, drums.
JOHN SPRINGER: (Weaverville) - Vocals.
Owner of Mayor's House Antiques.
DALE TEWES: (Weaverville) - Electric & acoustic guitar. Basic guitar & keyboard instruction for children.
RETTA SAUER TREANOR: (Hayfork) - Vocals. Previously performed occasionally with The Rusty Pipes. Owner of Big Valley Properties Real Estate.
(Weaverville/Redding) - Keyboards, guitar, woodwinds,
brass, tuba, vocals, performance, instrumental, stage
of Weaverville Community Band and Community
JOHN WHALEY: (Weaverville) - Guitar, piano, marimbas, vibraphone, percussion, and more. Performs with Sabor, a Latin Jazz group.
DAVE & BECKY WILLIAMS / DAVE'S DRUMS: (Weaverville) - Hand drums. Drum maker.
(Hyampom) - Guitar, vocals. Artist.
ALLISON & VICTOR:
(235-2809, P.O. Box 873, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067) -
Folk-jazz duo that performs original music with
guitar, vocals, and lots of soulful saxophone. Allison
Scull plays guitar and sings. Victor Martin
plays improvisational saxophone. Listen to Allison & Victor.
HIPPIE CHUCK & THE
RUSTY PIPES: (Contact:
Chuck & Sandra Sauer, Hayfork) - Electric country
blues & rock band.
MANZANITA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: Some of the members of Manzanita Chamber Ensemble began playing together many years ago as accompanists for Trinity Countyís Early Music Singers. Manzanita Consort formed in early 2011. Most recently, they have transformed into Manzanita Chamber Ensemble. Members are Rolayne Bashaw on cello; Susan Alexander and Suzan Neil on recorders; Celeste Brasuell, Maria Cargill, Michale Nickerson, Filo Peralta, Shirley Schaden, and Prema Jane Swearingen on vocals.
MOJO: Upbeat blues" band featuring John and
Evelyn Ward, Mary Simpson, Robert Mercy, Scott Morris,
and maybe more.
NORTHERN CA DANCES, JAMS, OPEN MIKES, & SONG CIRCLES in Trinity, Humboldt, Tehama, Shasta, and Butte counties. A work in progress, feel free to send me regular musical events I don't have listed.
(Booking info: call Brian
Vaughan at 623-7129 or Hal Oleari
at 739-0087) -
Latin Jazz band featuring Hal Oleari on electric bass
and vocals; Bo Kimball on keyboards and vocals; Brian
Vaughan on congas; Diana Losk and Leia Anneliese on
vocals and hand percussion; Jeff
Morris on trumpet, John Whaley on vibraphone and
percussion, Jonathon Imhoff on saxophone; and
occasionally Taylor Aglipay
on saxophone and clarinet.
Available for weddings, receptions, and parties!
GABOR SCHOFFER: (Hayfork) - Exotic
instrument builder and luthier. Plays pan pipes and
other South American instruments.
COMMUNITY BAND: Rehearsals are weekly on
Tuesdays at Weaverville Elementary School music room
(room 30) at 6:30pm. As
of April 2013, Weaverville Community Band is made
up of the following members: Kirey Parkins, Mary
Lynn Rounds, Diane Thiel, flute; Julie Fleener,
Angenett Taft, Paula Wenzel, Judy Walkner,
Victoria Cox, clarinet; Mary Jo Fiermonte, Ginger
Lynch, alto saxophone; Rusty Lester, tenor
saxophone; Taylor Aglipay, baritone saxophone;
Eric Roseen, bass saxophone; Dick Morris, Kent
Cox, Kent Ravenscroft, Rick Aglipay, Cameron Cox,
trumpet; Mary Grovers, Judy Maben, French horn,
Roger Rehders, Ben Harper, Robbie Jackson, Jay
Thiel, trombone; Bruce Cole, Bill Hartman,
baritone; Fred Rounds, tuba; and Lucille Kibbee,
Dan Powers, Karen Boltz, Soquel Parkins,
percussion. Directed by Randall Walker. Musicians wanted!
COMMUNITY CHORUS: Rehearsals
are weekly on Tuesdays at Weaverville Elementary
School music room (room 30) at 5pm. Directed
by Randall Walker. Singers wanted!
INSTRUCTION & INSTRUMENTS
ANNE: (623-1935, leave message) - Piano
lessons - classical, sacred, and jazz
improvisation. BA in music, Suzuki music education. 20
plus years experience. 30 minute lessons, once a week:
$80/month. Tutoring: reading and language
arts, all levels, math through pre-algebra. BS
elementary education, 10 plus years experience,
including Sylvan Learning Center. 1 hour lessons, once
a week: $100/month. Family discount available.
CINDY BORUFF: (628-5468,
- Music lessons in
piano, guitar, beginning violin, band instruments,
Irish whistle, voice, performance, music theory.
Classes held in Hayfork and possibly in Weaverville
and Lewiston. State of California Credentialed
JILL COX: Music
lessons in piano.
JOHN GARRETT: (623-4213, P.0. Box 797, Weaverville, 96093 Gallery: 503 Main Street, Weaverville) - John gives guitar & ukulele instruction. Performed with Raven McGrath.
HAL OLEARI MUSIC INSTRUCTION: (Studio: 739-0087, Weaverville) - Music instruction from a professional, working musician. Hal performs with Sabor, a Latin jazz group, Second Story, and Weaverville Community (Marching) Band. He has performed previously with Butterscotch and The Mostly Stringband. He teaches guitar, electric bass, mandolin, ukulele, music theory, and performance instruction. Hal can do graphic arts design for your event posters.
DIXIE SCHAEFFER: (628-5522, Hayfork) -
Piano lessons. All ages and levels, but
especially good with very young children. $15/half
(623-4490, Weaverville) - Music instruction.
Guitar, piano, marimbas, drums.
& STRINGS STUDIO / COTTONWOOD PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO (3266 Brush Street,
Cottonwood, CA): (515-2871; 347-3842,
Cottonwood, CA). Run by Martha Boyle who
teaches fiddle. They teach a variety of instruments
there. WANTED: USED FIDDLES. Martha
Boyle is teaching fiddle classes in Cottonwood and Red
Bluff, CA. There is a great need for instruments.
She's loaned out all of her used fiddles she
personally owns to students of families in financial
hardship situations. She's accumulated quite a few
economy fiddles over the years from students that
upgrade to a more quality instrument. But they are all
out on loan and she needs more of them to help a few
others out. If you have any sad, lonely fiddles
hanging out in a dark closet, some child would love to
be playing it! She will take any size and will pay up
to $50 for them depending on the condition. This is
about what you'll get if you sold a used student grade
fiddle on ebay. Buying them from you saves her
shipping. Extra bows are also needed. More info: call
Martha Boyle at 515-2871 or email
OF THE REDWOODS: (Arcata, CA area) - College of
the Redwoods Music Department announced that beginning
AUG 26 2013, community members can learn to play
guitar or beginning band instruments (brass,
percussion, or woodwinds), by enrolling in new CR
Community Education classes. Community Education
students will be joining CR's college credit students
in the same classroom in these innovative classes.
Credit students will receive grades and college credit
that will transfer to California State University
system. Community Education (CE) students will
participate fully in all of class activities, but will
not receive college credit. CE Department is offering
students the opportunity to buy two CR music classes
and get one free. Each class is $149. CR's music
classes have long been popular with the community and
now anyone can join. In order to simultaneously meet
CR students' needs for transfer credit and to serve
the North Coast community's desire for personal
enrichment opportunities in music, CR's music faculty
and administration developed an innovative new
two-tier enrollment system that involves offering
enrollments through both its Community Education
Department and as regular college credit classes. "The
instructors are hoping to see a blend of new and
familiar faces," said CR Music Professor Ed Macan. CR
Associate Faculty Ruben Diaz will teach beginning and
intermediate guitar students in a group setting. Class
includes familiarization with fretboard, fundamental
music notation, common chord progressions, and
develop≠ment of finger independence. Intermediate
students will also continue their development of
guitar skills in both group and individual formats.
Students continue to develop finger independence and
chord construction abilities, and are introduced to
reading notes from treble clef, improvising over
common chord changes, and performance practices
appropriate to specific musical styles. Beginning band
instruments classes give students an opportunity to
bring their own or rented instruments and learn how to
play brass, percussion or woodwind instruments. New
and returning adult students of all ages are welcome
through the CE. class. More
info on CE or for schedules or registration or
call 707-269-4000. Register for college credit, go College
of the Redwoods and enroll through WebAdvisor.
Space is limited, register early.
CHICO ROCK STARS: SCHOOL OF
MUSIC (932 W. 8th Avenue, Chico, CA). More info:
DAVE'S DRUMS: (Dave and Becky Williams, Weaverville) - Hand drum maker. Makes about 20 drums a year.
SUZAN LABERTEAUX: (623-4213,
- Making & Using Herbal Remedies classes with a
different topic each month. Hands-on experience making
herbal remedies, plus herb walks. All materials
provided. Flower Essences, Levels 1 & 2. Level 1:
Introduction, meets spring through summer for five
sessions. The origin of flower remedies; The healing
energy of flowers; How to make flower essences.
Prerequisite for Level 2 course. Level 2: Practitioner
Training, year round. Environmental essences and gem
elixirs; Essences for animals; Developing your own
practice; Ethics for practitioners; and much more.
More info or next class dates: call 623-4213 or
623-4349. About the instructor: Resident artist SuZan
LaBerteaux, M.A. has been studying and using herbs for
over 20 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in
visual art and a Master of Arts degree in plant
ecology. SuZan provides many services to community as
an artist, Certified Flower Essence Practitioner,
Reiki Master Teacher, educator, and author. SuZanís
classes are held at her studio above Highland Art
(623-5056 or 222-7576 - message) - Ethno-botanist
and restoration ecologist with many years experience
in wild-crafting and growing and using native foods
and medicines. He is a traditional native American
harvester and a member of ethno-ecologist and author
Gary Nabhan's working group on wild foods in the
Pacific Northwest. Dennis may have started a group of
persons interested in wild foods, that would be part
of a global slow foods/heirloom seed movement. The
group would NOT be about commercialization of
"non-timber" forest products. Instead, personal use
would be stressed with an emphasis on the ethics,
techniques, and protocols for harvesting wild foods
and ecological restoration and maintenance.
master level. Physical injuries, psychological and
spiritual unease, connections to guides. In person or
at a distance, her hands are here for healing.
TRINITY ALLIANCE FOR THE HEALING
ARTS (TAHA) COMMUNITY WELLNESS CENTER &
HAPPY SALMON GALLERY: (Contact persons: Suzan
LaBerteaux: 623-4213 or Lydea Roach at 623-2603, 140
S. Miner, Weaverville). There is always an art show on
the walls. They hold monthly mini healing arts clinics
on one Saturday each month, starting up again FEB
2017. Services available: Reiki healing sessions in
practitioner room; Consultations for herbal tonics,
flower essences, and nutrition; Personal essence
portraits; Astrological readings; Numerology Profiles;
Dermatoglyphic (hand) readings; Intuitive Counseling;
and Tarot readings. Please call or leave a message at
623-4523 for more info or to make an appointment. TAHA
encourages it's members to use Wellness Center for the
benefit of our community. If you have a class or
workshop that you have been thinking about presenting,
now is the time to get it on their calendar. All that
is needed is to present TAHA board with a written
proposal of what you plan to teach, along with your
experience in teaching that subject. More info: call
623-4213. Meetings are twice a month on Tuesdays.
Public is welcome!
WHITE TIGER KARATE: (Jesse Reiter, Owner-Instructor, Randy Bashaw, Senior Instructor, 623-2900, Weaverville) - Forms, self defense, weapons, sparring, seminars, Lion Dance, and tournaments.