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West Seattle HeraldfWhite Center News Wednesday, September 10, 1997 | | and 11 at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at sical to high-tech themed Sunday, Monday, Wednesday Rocksport Bar & Grill, 4209photography, and Friday. S.W. Alaska St. $7 cover. :Exhibit continues through Dunville Gallery 9025 35th Shows Monday. Ave. S.W., 935-7557 West Seattle Vaudeville ArtsWest 4714 42nd Ave. S.W.Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday Festival: another season ofin Jefferson Square, 938-0963 through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 vaudeville at Hokum Hall. Sumi-e painters Sue Amer, p.m. Saturday. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 3 June Kimball and Geneuieve Seahurst Gallery 15210 lOth p.m. Sunday at Hokum Hall, Ashford will have paintings Ave. S.W., 244-7844 7904 35th Ave. S.W., 937-3613. displayed. Also on display is Annual member's show dis- Tickets are $10, available at Judy Harper's sagger pottery, playing a vide variety of door. Gallery open noon to 5 p.m. technique. There will be a Tuesday through Saturday. reception from 10 a.m. to 5 Galleries Bathhouse Art Studio Alki p.m. Saturday. Artography First Mutual beach at Southwest 62nd Street Gallery hours are noon to 5 Bank, 4520 California Ave. Public workspace, with localp.m. Tuesday through Satur- S.W. artists' work on the walls, day. Terry Berg's shows her whim- Gallery hours 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 the instrument. He has since played and composed pieces for the armonica. Zeitler hasn't gone about playing the armonica in the traditional way. Instead of playing classical music, he has branched out into all forms of music. His website features a audio clip of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," played on the armonica. He plays jazz, show tunes, and even pop and new-age songs. Zeitler will be performing weekends through the end of November at the Hokum Hall Vaudeville Festival. See Diversions for more details, or visit his website at http://www.blarg.net/~wiidez ' L ith a Learn how to live your dreams from top author Marci Shimoff. Women's Health and Fitness Day Saturday, September 27 8:00am- 3:30pm DoubleTree Hotel Seattle Airport (formerly SeaTac Red Lion) For a great day of informa- tion and inspiration, attend the 5th annual Women's Health and Fitness Day, featuring keynote speaker Marci Shimoff, co- author of Chicken Soup.fi)r the Woman Soul. Marci will share stories from her book, and offer her own ideas about raising self esteem, living your dreams, overcoming obstacles, and giving love & appreciation-- "the main ingredients for Marci Shimoff achieving a sense of fulfillment in life." You can also choose three seminars from these exciting topics: • Depression in Women • Osteoporosis • Motivating Change • Positive Parenting • Thyroid Health * Aroma- therapy • The Art of Caregiving • Complementao, Medicine • Obesi , Chronic Fatigue andArthritis • Meditation • Menopause • Herbal Connection • Preventive Health, Highway Safeo' • Stress, Panic & Cardiac Risk • Health3' Relationships ° Men are from Mars • Sleep Problems • Healthy Families. Register Now! $20 registration fee includes conti- nental breakfast, luncheon featuring Marci Shimoff, three health & fitness seminars, information booths and parking. Call (206)439-5576, M-F, 9 am-4pm, for more information and registration. Cosponsored by B urien Toyota Pure Water Corporation Women's Resource & Business Directory Learn how to fight prostate cancer from NFL great Len Dawson. Prostate Cancer Town Meeting Thursday, September 25 Program at 7:00pm Tukwila Community Center 12424 42nd Avenue South For an entertaining, educational and encouraging evening for both men and women, join Len Dawson, former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, NFL Hall of Famer and host of hzside the NIL. Today, Len's mission is to educate men about prostate cancer, and how early detection is the key to survival. Len will share stories from his sports and television careers and, most importantly, tell about his personal triumph over prostate cancer. A panel discussion among prostate cancer specialists and sur- vivors will follow Len's talk. Len Dawson Register Now! Admission is free, but seating is limited, so reservations are required. Call (206)439-5576, M-F, 9 am-4pm, for more information and registration. Cosponsored by Highline Community Hospital Foundation American Foundation for Urologic Disease, Inc. HIGHLINE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL HEALTH CARE NETWORK