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Clearwater's annual Clearwater Jazz N Art Walk is looking for artists

CLEARWATER

Annual art show seeks participants

Organizers of the third Annual Clearwater Jazz N Art Walk are looking for artists for the outdoor art show, which will be held Oct. 16-17. The artist submission deadline is July 31. For more information, call (727) 461-5200 or visit www.jazznartwalk.com.

Seniors, need help with computers?

Hands-on computer training is available at greatly reduced rates for seniors enrolling in basic computer courses at Senior Citizens Services, 1204 Rogers St., Clearwater. Available classes include Introduction to Computers, Beginning E-Mail and Introduction to the Internet. A separate computer will be assigned to each enrollee. For costs and enrollment information, call Bob at (727) 442-8104.

Safety Harbor

Service-minded youths meet July 3

Junior Civitan, a service club for youth ages 12-18, is holding an informational meeting at 10:30 a.m. July 3 at the Safety Harbor Public Library, 101 2nd Street N. The teens develop an executive board as well as committees to complete service and fundraising projects that they have chosen. For more information, call Frank Kelley at (727) 781-7869 or e-mail him at Frank@civitan.zzn.com.

TARPON SPRINGS

Learn how to be a volunteer docent

The Safford House, 23 Parkin Court, Tarpon Springs, is looking for volunteer docents. Volunteers will be trained to provide tours and help plan events centering around the historical period of the home. The Safford House is an 1883 National Register historic house located near Tarpon Springs' historic district. For more information, call curator Tina Bucuvalas at (727) 937-1130.

COUNTYWIDE

Photo contest has a splashy theme

The Pinellas Public Library Cooperative, which coordinates activities, funding and marketing for 15 local member libraries, is hosting an amateur photography contest this summer. Prizes, ranging from $25 to $75, will be awarded in three categories including children up to age 12, teens, 13-19, and adults, 20 and up. The theme is water. Only one entry per individual is allowed. Entries are due by July 17 to WaterWorksofArt@gmail.com. In the subject line of the e-mail, write Photo Contest, along with the age category for the entry. In the body of the e-mail, write the contestant's name, address, and phone number. Submissions should be in JPEG format and at least 1 MB in size. Contest winners will be announced on July 31 at a reception at the Largo Public Library. Selected photographs will comprise a traveling exhibit throughout Pinellas County. Only Pinellas County residents are eligible to enter. No employees of any member library or their immediate family members are eligible to enter.

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