Barefoot in the Park is the award winning romantic comedy by Neil Simon that premiered on Broadway in 1963 and ran for 1500 successful showings. Barefoot In The Park follows the lives of newlyweds Paul and Corie Bratter as they adjust to married life in a tiny Greenwich Village apartment. Paul is buttoned-down, straight- arrow lawyer who’s wound a little too tight, while Corie is an effervescent free spirit who won’t let anything disturb her romantic bliss. The young couple must contend with a lack of heat, a skylight that leaks snow, several long flights of stairs, an oddball neighbor, Victor Velasco, and Corie’s well-meaning mother. As tension builds, they find that adjusting to married life isn’t so easy! Produced in cooperation with Samuel French, Inc.
CPI Performance Dates at Tullahoma’s South Jackson Civic Center Include:
February 7, 8, 9 and 14, 15, 16, 2014
Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30p.m.
Sunday afternoon performances at 2:00 p.m.
For tickets and reservations: call 931-455-0620 or go to the playhouse webpage: www.communityplayhouse.org.
The Coffee County Visually Impaired Person’s Group will meet on Monday, Feb. 8, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the Fletcher Out-Reach Bldg. at Forest Mill Church of Christ, 3388 McMinnville Hwy., Manchester, TN. Francisco Guzman , with the Foundation for the Blind, from Nashville, will be the guest speaker. Following her presentation, we will have a short business meeting and lunch will be served. Person’s with any degree or type of vision loss, family or friends, are welcome to attend. Volunteers are needed!! For more information call Betty Clem at 455-5592.
Get Fit! Offers Free Arm & Arm Health Class
Find the motivation and understanding to make a lifestyle change that lasts. Get Fit! is pleased to offer a new series of classes, Arm & Arm Health. This class, facilitated by Devan Arman of Family Chiropractic Complex, is a fun, skill-building program designed for people who want to get fit.
Classes are free and will start Saturday, February 8 and last through March 15. They will be held each Saturday at 10 a.m. at D. W. Wilson Community Center.
Devan Arman is new to Tullahoma but a native of Tennessee. As a Chiropractic Intern, Arman is passionate about teaching others about health and leading a healthy lifestyle that is sustainable.
Arman has a dramatic success story of past health and weight problems that he continues to improve upon with lifestyle changes, not diets. ?I dropped 54 pounds, and every year I?ve gotten stronger and healthier, and I attribute this to the way I live and the beliefs I have about the Four Parts of the Circle of Health,? said Arman. ?These are fuel, movement, emotional management and preventative health.?
?It?s called Arm and Arm because you are getting in-shape with others and holding each other accountable,? said Arman. ?You may be telling yourself to be healthy, but are you able to hold yourself accountable? It is really important to find that health-partner, and I hope to be the guide to start you down your path.?
The class is designed for anyone wanting to start a new routine or find that motivation to get to the next level of optimum health.
To register, call Winston Brooks at 455-2648 or e-mail email@example.com.
Benefit for Russell Summit, Sr. for funeral expenses.
February 8, 2014
Riva Lake Baptist Church, 44 Riva Lake Road, Winchester, TN
Food served at 5:00 p.m. for $7.00
Chili, hot dogs, coleslaw, dessert & drink
Singers: The Carters — Huntland — Old Time Christians — Fayettesville
The Journey Home — Hohenwald — The Gospel 3 — Manchester
Auction: If you have items call 931-580-3364. For further info call: Rev. Ray Cathey, President 931-212-4638 or
931-596-2177 or Dillard Sanders, Vice President 931-636-0543 or 931-924-7340
Sponsored by Heartfelt Gospel Music Association.
February’s exhibit in The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center’s Regional Art Museum features Three Southern Women: Tullahoma’s Annie Rone, Chattanooga’s Beth Gumnick and Atlanta’s Pami Ciliax.
THREE SOUTHERN WOMEN is sponsored by Fast Jacks.
There will be an Artists Reception from 6 — 8 on February 8, 2014. Their works will be available for purchase. Fast Jacks will provide food and drinks and the artists will be available to discuss and sign their works.
The exhibit will continue through February 28 and is available for viewing during regular business hours (T — TH, 9 — 2 and F 12 — 4) or by special appointment
Annie is a Tullahoma native and owns The Painted House, where she teaches Art to children and adults. Annie is the former Director of The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center, who welcomes her return as a featured artist.
Beth is a Drama teacher at Baylor in Chattanooga. She is a self-taught artist who use acrylic paint on “recycled” wood. Her work is featured in many East Tennessee galleries. TFAC is excited to introduce her art to the Middle Tennessee audience.
Pami’s paintings capture and translate what she feels about an object, landscape or idea looks like rather than what she see. She holds a BFA in Art from Stephens College in Missouri. She has traveled the United States, but this will be her first visit to Tullahoma
All three have very different styles and work in different mediums, but animals feature heavily in all of their works.
Please join us for the reception to celebrate the works of these THREE SOUTHERN WOMEN.
TFAC is an ADA and Title VI compliant facility. Please contact the Center at (931) 455-1234 for further information.
Bruce is a brindle mixed breed. Jack is a tan and white Terrier. Jay is a tan and white mixed breed. Jock is a black and brindle mixed breed. Kiki is a cute possible ShiTzu. Pip is a black and tan mixed breed with a pink collar. Robby is a nice tan Lab-mix. Roscoe is a brindle Bull Terrier with a white head. Roy is a black Lab-mix. Sammy is a black and tan Shepherd-mix. Skip is a tan and mixed colors possible part St. Bernard. Tic and Tac: Tic is a black and tan mixed breed and Tac is a tan and white Terrier-mix. Tigger is a cute tan and white Terrier. Tug is a very handsome white possible Great Pyrenees.
These and other dogs are available for adoption at the shelter, 1210 Oakdale Street in Manchester, Tenn.,
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.