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January 5

Yoga at Meijer Branch, Jackson District Library.  Stop by the Meijer Branch every Friday at 8:30 a.m. and let Jeanette Lamphere teach you yoga. Suggested donation of $3. Intended for adults.

Teen Glow Party at Carnegie Branch, Jackson District Library.  Bring your friends and come hang out from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for our teen glow party. Chow down on snacks, paint faces, play games, make slim, and more. Space is limited, so registration is required. Call the Carnegie Branch at (517) 788-4087 to reserve your spot. Intended for ages 11-17.

The Kiwanis Winter Kids Series presents “Despicable Me 3”.   Show Times are 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. Doors open for the 1st screening at 10:30 A.M. and for the 2nd screening Doors open at 1:30 P.M.   Michigan Theatre, Downtown Jackson.

Join Fee Special at Jackson YMCA.  The Jackson YMCA invites you to join our PAY THE DAY join fee special throughout January. Join early for maximum discount. Contact the Jackson YMCA for membership rates and details at 517-782-0537 or visit our website jacksonymca.org.

January 6

ESPN Radio Outdoor Adventure Expo.  If you’re into hunting, fishing, camping, and more you can’t miss the opportunity to check out lots of vendors with sporting goods and more.  $5 admission for adults.  Door prizes all day long.  Bring your buck to go in the drawing for $500!!  Everyone through the door will be entered to win a Walleye Charter Trip!  Budweiser beverages & refreshments for sale.  9 AM to 4 PM, American 1 Events Center, Jackson County Fairgrounds.

All About Sled Dog Racing.  Join us at the Meijer Branch, Jackson District Library.  Presented by Wilos Wish Dog Training.  A “they talk and we listen” guide to training your canine. Learn about dog sled racing, breeds of dogs used for sledding, gear, dog care, and races and clubs in Michigan. Join us on Saturday, January 6 at 2 PM to 3:30 PM.  Intended for everyone.

Neighborhoods First Action Group.  Please come out and meet up to talk about ways to improve our local communities through action. The objective of the meeting is to generate a list of activities or projects for neighborhoods improvement. The scope includes all of Jackson County with segmentation at the meeting based on participant location. 2 PM.   Greater Jackson Habitat Re-Store, 251 W Prospect, Jackson.  For more information Click Here. 

The City of Jackson will offer updated exercise class offerings at the Boos Center, 210 Gilbert St., Loomis Park. From Jan. 2-6, all classes at the center are offered free of charge.  Various yoga, Pilates, aerobics, Zumba and cardio classes on a weekly basis.   Classes are $4 each, or participants can pick up a 10-class punch card for $32.  Exercise classes include “Strength and Stretch” with Michelle Woods, a certified fitness instructor and personal trainer; “Rise and Flow Yoga” with instructor Beth Hall; “Pilates Barre Fusion” with instructor Amy Reamer; and more. For a full list of class offerings in 2018, visit www.cityofjackson.org/boos.   

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