No regular mail service today
December 29, 2006
There will be no regular mail service or retail service at U.S. post office locations today, due to an executive order issued by President Bush, directing government agencies to close as a mark of respect for former President Gerald Ford, who died Dec. 26.
Express Mail deliveries will be made on today. Regular service will resume Wednesday.
Library to hold teen showings for “Pirates”
The Carson City Library will host two matinee showings of two popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” irate movies, starring Johnny Depp, at 1 p.m. today and Thursday. Concessions will include pizza, and signups are required. For information or to sign up, call 887-2244, ext. 1006.
Scrapbooking class Thursday
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There will be a class on preserving photos into albums at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Jobs Peak Room of the Carson City Senior Citizens Center. Cost is $5. Participants should bring a couple of packs of photos to make a sampler. Call 885-8230.
RPEN to meet today
The Carson City chapter of Retired Public Employees of Nevada meets at 2 p.m. today at the Carson City Senior Citizens Center. The guest speaker will be Brenda Vaunderau of Catalyst RX.
Carson City Democrats to meet
Carson City Democrats will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 709 E. Robinson St. ComputerCorps founder Ron Norton will be the guest speaker.
Carson City Democratic Central Committee meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the State of Nevada Employees Association Conference Room, corner of Robinson and Roop streets. Democrats and friends are welcome and encouraged to participate. For further information, call 841-DEMS (3367) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on Nevada Democrats, visit http://www.NVDems.com.
Douglas County’s democratic committee to meet
The Douglas County Democratic Central Committee meets 7 p.m. Thursday at its headquarters, 1617 Water St., Suite T in Minden.
For information, 721-7530 or 338-1561.
Washoe County parks looking for Junior Snow Rangers
Children ages 6-14 can sign up for Washoe County’s Junior Snow Ranger program, a free, do-it-yourself winter nature adventure with self-guided hikes and activities to help children learn more about nature in the winter and how to cope with winter weather.
To get started, pick up a booklet from rangers at Lazy 5, Rancho San Rafael, Bartley Ranch, Bowers Mansion, Davis Creek or Galena Creek regional parks. Once the booklet has been completed, children meet with a ranger to talk about what they’ve learned.
Participants who complete their booklet by March 31 will receive a Junior Snow Ranger certificate and an invitation to the End of Winter Party. To have a booklet mailed to you, call 828-6612.