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November 2, 2012

What's happening this week in region

The 11th annual Bottle Works Ethnic Arts Center Artists’ Hall of Fame will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday at Holiday Inn, 250 Market St., downtown Johnstown.

Claudia Jones of East Taylor Township, Winnie Voytko of Westmont and her daughter, Kathy Voytko of New Jersey, will be honored.

Tickets are $50 a person.

Information: 536-5399.

Irish music

“Ciaran Sheehan’s From Galway to Broadway” will be presented at 8 p.m. Saturday at Arcadia Theater, 1418 Graham Ave., Windber.

Tickets are $29, $35 and $38.

Information: 467-9070 or www.arcadiatheater.net.

Treasure hunt

The third annual Adults Night Out Scavenger Hunt will be held Saturday at The Grove, 1000 Edgehill Drive, Westmont.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for participants, with the hunt beginning promptly at 6.

General admission will be at 6:30.

Teams will have a set amount of time to find and photograph items on their task sheet.

Each team will need a car to cover the Hilltop area and Johnstown city limits, a digital or cell-phone camera and a covered dish for dinner afterward.

The winning team will share 20 percent of the total entrance fees.

Participants must be age 21 or older to participate, and identification will be required at the door.

After returning to The Grove, participants can enjoy dinner, a basket raffle, 50/50 chances and music.

Registration is $40 for a team of up to four people, and general admission for nonteam members is $5 at the door.

Registration forms may be found at WHMS HAT’s third annual Scavenger Hunt on Facebook or at www.whsd.org.

The scavenger hunt will benefit Westmont students.

Information: email whmshat@gmail.com.

Cheering on

Laurel Highlands Cheer Classic will be held Saturday at Greater Johnstown High School, 222 Central Ave., Johnstown.

Information: 533-5601.

Molding minds

The second of two three-week series of Saturday Art Classes for Kids will be held Saturday and Nov. 10 and 17 at The Learning Lamp, 2025 Bedford St., Stonycreek Township.  

In “Playing in Clay,” students will learn how to cut, mold and bond stoneware clay and render a sculpture using carving tools.

Children in prekindergarten to kindergarten will meet from 9 to 10 a.m., and children in Grades 1-3 will be in session from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Tuition for both age groups is $25.

Extended classes for Grades 4 and older will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Saturdays, and tuition will be $38.  

All tuition includes cost of supplies for three sessions.  

Information: 262-0732 or www.thelearninglamp.org.

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