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Flip through books at Friends of Library sale in Tampa

DOWNTOWN

Flip through books at Friends of Library sale

Wanted: good homes for good books. Flip through the stacks of donated books from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Known as Grover's Corner Bookstore, the sale is organized by Friends of the Library at the John F. Germany Public Library at 900 N Ashley Drive.

Memberships are for Friends of the Library available at the door for $15. Call 273-3616 for more information.

Historic hyde park

Art exhibition is trip through Latin America

Five Latin American artists living in the Tampa Bay area will take residents through a voyage of their native countries with "A Night of Allure," an art exhibition from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Sunday at Ceviche' Tapas Bar and Restaurant, 1502 S Howard Ave. Admission is $5 per person, and complimentary wine and sangria will be served. For more information, contact Lauda Rodriguez at 451-5550.

Downtown

Downtown Partnership seeks excellence

The Tampa Downtown Partnership is accepting entries for its second annual Urban Excellence Award program. Individuals, organizations, businesses, projects and events that have contributed and made a difference downtown are eligible.

The deadline is Sept. 15, and the ceremony will be Oct. 20 at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. Call the partnership at 221-3686.

Tampa

Audition for Yiddish folktale Sept. 15-16

Auditions for The Wise Men of Chelm, a Yiddish folktale comedy, are 5:30 to 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at Hillel School of Tampa, 2020 W Fletcher Ave., and at the same time on Sept. 16 at the Tampa Jewish Community Center, 13009 Community Campus Drive. Anyone over 12 is welcome and must be prepared with a maximum three-minute monologue.

The Tampa JCC also needs volunteers for the theatrical production, from stage manager to costumer.

For more information on the auditions and volunteer positions, call producer Ruth Levy at 446-6426 or send an e-mail to ruth14905@aol.com.

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