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briefs Storytelling, collage
Create a unique art piece that means something special to you in a mixed-media workshop offered by the Sun Valley Center for the Arts on February 10 and 11. Inspired by The Center’s current multidisciplinary project, Creatures: From Bigfoot to the Yeti Crab, this two-day workshop will explore ideas of transformational storytelling and personal myth. Students will combine collage, drawing materials, gesso, paint, transfers and found objects to transform an old photograph into a work of art where the subject is part human and part animal. Topics to be discussed include selection of materials, choice of adhesives and creative ways to attach found objects. The class will include demonstrations and lots of hands-on time and personal attention. Storytelling through Collage will meet at The Center’s Hailey classroom on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The fee is $150 for Sun Valley Center for the Arts members and $200 for nonmembers. To register, visit www.sunvalleycenter.org, stop by The Center in Ketchum or call 208-726-9491, ext 10. Registration deadline is Thursday, Jan. 27. Thanks to generous donors, The Center is committed to making classes available to all members of the community regardless of their ability to pay. Please contact Sarah Kolash at 208-726-9491, ext. 21 for details about scholarships and teaching assistantships. Applications are due by the registration deadline.
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Region 5 Infant Toddler Program
Grand Opening at Roth’s new location
The business community and public are cordially invited to a grand opening of Jeffrey R. Roth, DMD, office at their new address at 408 S. Main St., Ste. 1, in Hailey, on Jan. 27. Please stop by between 5 and 7 p.m. and enjoy wine and great refreshments and tour the new office. A ribbon-cutting by Hailey City Mayor Rick Davis will take place at 5:30 p.m. For more information, please call 7887766.
Your child’s healthy development is our priority
Come see us on “Healthy Futures” Day January 27 • 10 am – 2 pm St. Charles Catholic Church, 311 S 1st Ave, Hailey
The following skill areas will be assessed for children birth to 3 years: Speech / Language skills • Walking skills Play skills • Motor skills • Social-emotional skills
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Windy City Arts relocates
Owners, Troy and Linda Larsen of Windy City Arts, Inc. (WCA), are pleased to announce the move of their business to Hailey. The new address is 141 Citation Way, Suite 1, and is off Airport Way. WCA is a complete graphic design and custom sign company. They specialize in metal and wood lettering, vehicle graphics, large format printing, over-the-road banners, banners, stickers and labels and all your graphic needs. Specializing in graphic design is WCA’s Tyler Vanden Heuvel, creating logos, illustrations and graphic art. WCA has been owned by the Larsen’s since February of 04’. They have been in Bellevue for six years and would like to thank the City of Bellevue and Bob and Debbie Commons, of Sun Valley Bronze, who provided them a great office space and an environment that allowed them to grow and thrive. The goal of WCA is to provide quality products and great customer service with quick turnaround times. Moving to a more centrally located office in the Valley, they hope to better serve their customer’s needs. You can contact them at 788-7446 or email@example.com.
We will have a variety of professionals available to answer your questions: Physical Therapist • Developmental Therapist Audiologist • Nurse • Psychosocial Specialist Speech-Language Pathologist Walk-ins welcome, but secure an appointment by calling Marcy at
Does snuggling save energy?
es! From a biological perspective, we actually call this huddling. There are several key factors affecting how quickly animals, including humans, lose energy to the air. One is our boundary layer— the thickness and texture of our fur, feathers—or down coat. Another key is the gradient between your internal temperature and the surrounding air temperature. If you are a chickadee and your internal temperature is 105°F. and the air temperature is -20°F., you are on the equivalent of a black diamond ski slope; on this steep gradient, energy exits quickly. The reason huddling works is that it addresses the last key variable—surface area. The more surface area you have exposed to the air, the more
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Take your Nordic skiing to the next level with ski lessons beginning Jan. 31 at the Blaine County Recreation District’s Quigley Nordic Winter Park conveniently located just minutes from downtown Hailey. Learn to skate ski or improve your skills, or join the BCRD coaches in a women’s-only skate or classic group. Classes are offered weekly and private lessons are also available for classic or skate technique. A professional lesson can make all the difference in learning the skills you need to become a happier, more efficient skier. You will have a great time being taught by the BCRD’s topnotch instructors. For more information call Janelle at the Blaine County Recreation District, 578-BCRD, or go to bcrd.org to download a registration form.
area giving up energy to the air. Picture an orange: w—hen it is intact, the surface of the peel is the only exposed surface area. Imagine cutting the orange in half, however, and you expose a brand-new surface to the air, in addition to the previous area of the peel. When you huddle, you minimize your surface area by, in effect, bringing back together the halves of the orange. Many small mammals rely upon huddling to survive the winter. The scientific evidence is there. So, make like a mouse, grab your favorite friend, and snuggle up! Your checkbook will thank you when the next energy bill arrives. Got a question or want to draft your own ERCbeat? Contact the ERC at ERCbeat@ercsv.org or 208-726-4333. twp
1-800-432-3255, or 208-736-2182.
Region 5 Infant Toddler Program El desarrollo saludable de su niño es nuestra prioridad
Venga a vernos el día de “Futuros Saludables”
Enero 27, 2011 • 10 am – 2 pm Iglesia Católica San Charles, 311 S 1st Ave, Hailey
Las siguientes destrezas serán evaluadas para niños desde el nacimiento hasta los 3 años:
Habilidad del Habla-Lenguaje • Habilidades para caminar Habilidades de juego • Habilidades motoras/movimiento Habilidades Socio-emocionales
Tendremos una variedad de profesionales disponibles para contestar sus preguntas:
Terapeuta Física • Especialista en Desarrollo Especialista de Audición • Enfermera • Especialista en el comportamiento • Patóloga del Habla-Lenguaje No necesita cita, pero puede asegurar un lugar llamándole a Marcy, al
1-800-432-3255, or 208-736-2182.