Publisher’s Notebook: Heart health fair; DSA wine fest
Date posted: February 26, 2013
Today, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Heart Health Fair is happening.
- Place: Lower level cafeteria conference rooms.
- Time: 4:30-6 p.m.
The public is welcome to come by as there’s a wealth of info and tests available, free, along with tours of the new Big Horn Heart Center.
Was sad to learn that Lucinda’s Artisan Gallery is closing in late March. Lucinda Terzieff’s emporium of fine goods and jewelry and unique items is one of the stores on Main Street with plenty of “cool” therein. Our daughter, Ryann, really enjoys shopping there while visiting from college.
Lucinda’s has been a Main Street staple for seven years. Lucinda and Terry are relocating to Cashmere, Wash., citing family concerns and a brand new grandbaby. (Congrats!) They plan to open a gallery there, which is in the heart of apple country, the Columbia and Wenatchee Rivers and other attractions.
In addition to their merchandise, Lucinda often featured live music and was active in the retail promotions downtown.
Week four of the spring Sheridan Film Festival features the much-acclaimed “Hitchcock,” a story about the celebrated film director and his little-known filmmaking collaborator, his wife, Alma Reville. It’s set against the backdrop of his 1960 film “Psycho” where Hitchcock put much personal wealth and professional credibility on the line to make it. Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson star.
Showtimes at the Centennial Theatre at 4:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.
It’s a big deal, this …
Every year, the Downtown Sheridan Association presents The Wild West Wine Fest. This year, it’ll be March 1, at the new restaurant located at 201 Broadway St. The fun begins at 6 p.m.
Tix: $40 in advance, $50 at the door. More than 100 wines and beers paired with good food.
Contact: DSA office, 672-8881.
They Said It
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