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Barrington Terrace in Largo hosts senior health fair April 14


Barrington Terrace will host senior health fair

There will be a Senior Health Fair and Barbecue from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at Barrington Terrace, 333 16th Ave. SW, Largo.

The event includes hearing, eye and memory screenings, fall and balance risk assessment and podiatry assessment. Financial benefit counselors and home health care agencies will also be on hand.

For registration, call (727) 588-0020.

'Three Little Pigs' hits cultural center's stage

As part of its children's series, the Largo Cultural Center will present the Three Little Pigs at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday at the Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Cost: $7 for adults, $6 for children.

Call (727) 587-6793.

High school drama club to perform 'Odd Couple'

The Largo High School Drama Department will present Neil Simon's Odd Couple on Thursday and Friday in the Largo High School Auditorium, 410 Missouri Ave. Tickets will be available at the door. Cost: $5. For information, call Debbie Wortock at 588-3758.

Youth football clinic scheduled for April 25

Largo Outreach Program, in conjunction with the Suncoast YMCA, will hold a free football clinic for players 7 and older on April 25 at Ridgecrest YMCA, 1801 119th St. N.

A parent or guardian signature is required with waiver to participate. Enrollment forms are available at Highland Recreation Complex and Southwest Recreation Complex, online at or by calling (727) 559-0500.

Barrington Terrace in Largo hosts senior health fair April 14 04/11/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 11, 2009 4:31am]
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