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Local events include video game night

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The Capital Area District Library in Holt will host a video game night this Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. at 2078 N. Aurelius Road.

Mallory Stiles

By Mallory Stiles
Editor in Chief

Whether the week has gone by fairly quickly for you or dragged on, the weekend is almost here and needs celebrating. Options are as follows.

Video Game Night will be held at the Delhi Branch Library, located at 2078 N. Aurelius Road in Holt, on Friday, Aug. 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. It is promised to be a night of fun.

The Nintendo Switch will be the system most used – participants must bring their own – and a wide variety of games will be played involving as many as are allowed.

This event is held on the first Friday of every month and is always free. The only requirement is that no snacks or beverages are consumed near the books.

The library does ask that people also bring along an attitude of patience. Good sportsmanship matters in every game. Only ages 8 to 18 are allowed. So go ahead freshman and show them what you can do!

Click here to register.

The Emerging Playwrights Festival will be hosted by the Riverwalk Theatre, located at 228 Museum Drive, on Saturday, Aug. 5 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Theatre Manager Mike Siracuse said this festival is actually a scholarship program of sorts and is a way to help aspiring young artists.

“Five kids got selected,” Siracuse said. “Each got a grant in the amount of $1,000 and they are putting on their show that they wrote this Saturday night. All five will present their show in our Black Box Auditorium. We are expecting a full house.”

He added that things have went so well this year there is talk of making this an annual event. Donations are accepted at the door, but it is an otherwise free event calling your name.

So stop by and see the works of Angel Hobbs, Camden Arnett, Olivia Guiroga, Sarah Garver and Molly Weaver. You never know if these are the greats that, one day, we will brag about seeing before they were discovered.

Click here for more details.

A Jiu-Jitzu Seminar with Professor Chet Schemahorn will be held at 5135 N. Aurelius Road, Suite B, this Saturday, Aug. 5, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Chet Schemahorn is a fourth-degree black belt and a certified instructor of over 20 years. This is not a free event. It will cost $70 to pre-register or $80 at the door.

Jiu-Jitzu is an amazing way to stay active, healthy and safe. Self-defense is one of the most important things for young people to focus on and this is an opportunity to level up.

Fun fact: this guy trained Jessie Eisenberg for his role in “American Ultra,” which is pretty much the best reason to attend any seminar.

To get your ticket now, click here.



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