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Saturday, January 05, 2008

For 2008, Do You Have...

The 2008/09 Tallahassee RollerGirls Calendar? If you missed the release party last night at St. Mike's pub, you can order one via the RollerGirls' Web site.

A ticket for the Tallahassee Blues Festival? Friday, Jan. 25 at the Tallahassee Leon Civic Center. I won't be in town for the event but looks like a jam-packed line-up.

An appointment at Relaxations Health & Wellness Spa? Tuesdays through Saturdays they offer classes on relaxation, yoga and yogilates (I've heard about yogilates, maybe this is the time to try it out.) Relaxation classes are $15 for 15 minutes and $30 for 30 minutes. Yoga and Yogilates is $12 per class and ONLY $6 per class for teachers and students with ID. The Relaxations Health & Wellness Spa is at 2790 W. Tennessee Street, Suite 2. Contact them at (850) 222.9355 for more info.

A ticket for the Seven Days of Opening Nights? I have my ticket for Salman Rushdie on Friday, Feb. 22 at Ruby Diamond Auditorium. Really excited to hear what Mr. Rushdie has to say.

And here's a freebie to mark in your calendar, Feb. 23, 2008 is "Local African-American Authors Days." Tallahassee Mayor John Marks even made a proclamation. This year's program is called "Our Children Speak" and will be held from noon to 3 p.m. at Amen-Ra's Bookshop, 812 S. Macomb Street. For more information, contact Barbara Joe-Williams (whom, by the way, I had the pleasure of taking part in a writing workshop she conducted during an expo last year. She's an accomplished and driven author.)

Ladies, if you have getting in shape on your New Year's resolution list, check out my article on ideas women can get in shape here in Tallahassee.

2 Comment(s):

E said...

hey i found your blog whilst googling "relaxations", and then i read about your 4 hour tour of tallahassee. now i know what to do next time the momz comes to town (instead of nintendo wii)

and do you know if that health and wellness place has a website?


jhuber7672 said...

Hi Ed. Thanks for stopping by. Although the Nintendo Wii would be fun, your mom would probably enjoy a bit of pampering. Here's the brand new site of the Relaxations folks: