On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dayemi Community Center in Carbondale Will Host a Women's

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On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dayemi Community Center in Carbondale Will Host a Women's


On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dayemi Community Center in Carbondale will host a Womens Health Expo with more than 30 natural health care practitioners, six workshops and a panel discussion on "Healthy Approachs to Stress and Anxiety."

There will also a be an organic lunch and Journey Dance Movement to close out the day.

Interested participants can register for a full or half day. Preregistration end on Nov. 7, but individuals can always register at the door as well.

To register, go to Eventbrite.com or register at Town Square Market, 106 E. Jackson Street in Carbondale.

For more information, call 618-713-5996 or visit www.dayempurherbals.com.

Carbondale to conduct housing survey for rehabilitation program

In an effort to continue to bring grant funding to the community, Carbondale will be conducting a housing survey in northeast Carbondale to help determine a target area for future rehabilitation grants.

City staff will be conducting door-to-door surveys from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. now through November.

The survey will consist of demographics and economic and housing-related questions that are required by the state for housing rehabilitation assistance. Surveys will take approximately five minutes to complete.

All of the information gathered will be used solely for statistical analysis and will be kept confidential in accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-579). Residents are encouraged to participate.

If you would like more information about this program or to be added to a mailing list for future housing grants, contact Carbondale Senior Planner Travis Taylor at (618) 457-3233 or ttaylor@explorecarbondale.com.

West African Dance Party with SIWADE at The Varsity

The Southern Illinois West African Drum Ensemble is inviting people to come out and do what is most natural: Get up and dance to the music.

SIWADE has been learning and performing traditional West African music for more than 18 years. The group is committed to using authentic percussion instruments, rhythms and songs as taught by master musicians from West Africa. The music typically has a purpose other than for its own sake, such as to celebrate the fall harvest. It is almost always intended to be performed for dancers.

Members of SIWADE are Joshua Buchheit, Tom Hensold, Sue Speers, Jimmy Beers, Solo Mays and Kendra Stenger. They perform modern arrangements of rhythms based on traditional rhythms from the West African countries of Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Ghana and Senegal. Their influences are Mamady Keita, Famoudou Konate, Adboul Doumbia, Bolokada Conde and Yaya Kabo.

A West African Dance Party will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. Admission is $10, and tickets are available online at www.thevarsitycenter.org and at the door. Doors and the bar open at 6:45. Local and other beers and wines, soda and snacks are available for purchase.

"Hands-On Home schooling" Workshop Series

"Hands-On Homeschooling", a series of 10 weekly workshops that allow participants to experience and compare the Montessori and Waldorf educational methods will be presented at Carbondale Public Library on Tuesday evenings at from 6 to 6:45 p.m., through Dec. 12.

These free 45-minute workshops will be of value to home schooling parents, schoolteachers and students of education focused on elementary and middle school aged children. They will consist of a short presentation on the featured educational method and demonstration of the technique followed by time to explore, discuss and practice the technique. …

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