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Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 15:39

Women’s connection
The Fremont Area Women’s Connection will meet Jan. 12 at Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed, 1375 N. State Route 590.

Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and the luncheon begins at 11 a.m.

Connie Durdel, of the Sandusky County Visitor’s Bureau, will be the guest speaker.

The deadline for reservations is Jan. 7. For information call (419) 334-2262 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Women’s program
Toledo East Women’s Connection will meet Jan. 14 at the Bayside Boardwalk, 2759 Seaman Street, Oregon.

Doors open at 11:45 a.m. for the noon luncheon and program.

Patrice Powers-Barker, of The Ohio State University Extension office in Lucas County, will discuss ways to stretch a food budget.

For reservations call (419) 666-1633 or (419) 260-0151.
 

Fundraiser for mission
Signature Harley-Davidson in Perrysburg will be hosting the Frozen Bones Charity Rib-off on Jan. 7 from 5-8 p.m.  Participants include Big C's Bar-b-Que, Smokey Bones,  and Yeeha's.

The event is a fundraiser for the Cherry Street Mission.                    

 
Visitors expected to “get animated” over science center exhibit
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 12:38

We encounter some form of animation every time we turn on the television, go to a movie or surf the Internet, but how many of us understand how animation really works?

Beginning Jan. 30, Imagination Station (formerly COSI Toledo), invites visitors to explore the science behind the art with a new “Animation” exhibit.

Visitors can explore animation from concept to finished product – from storyboarding, character design and drawing techniques, to movement, timing, filming and sound. Larger-than-life graphics of popular Cartoon Network characters provide a colorful backdrop to the exhibit, which also explores the history of animation and features a screening room and a cartoon museum.

Math and science are fundamental to animation. Before producing an animated sequence, an animator plots out a character’s “path of action” on a grid. An animator creates characters in scale with their environments through the use of basic geometry and spatial sense. To illustrate convincing movement, animators apply knowledge of the physics of motion, and the science of human perception.

 
Ring in the New Year with walleye, music & family fun
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 12:37

Ongoing
Through Jan. 9: Hayes Train Special, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday. A 12x24-foot operating model train display featuring six 19th Century-style trains. For more info, www.rbhayes.org.

Through Jan. 10: White House Pets: Ambassadors at Large & White House Horses, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont. A pair of exhibits on loan from the White House Historical Association that explore the four-footed residents of the White House. www.rbhayes.org.

Through Jan. 31: Storybook Stars: Award Winning Illustrations from the Mazza Collection, Toledo Museum of Art, Works on Paper Galleries. What's a storybook without pictures? See 120 enchanting illustrations from artists who have won major awards for their work in children's books. Free admission. 419-255-8000 or www.toledomuseum.org.

Through Feb. 7: Chihuly Toledo! Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Glass Pavilion. Famed glass artist Dale Chihuly is a favorite of TMA visitors and private collectors across the region. A free exhibition of rarely seen Chihuly works from the TMA collection and on loan from private holdings. 419-255-8000 or www.toledomuseum.org.

 
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