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SPCA Canine Delinquents class; jazz brunch; prom items needed

LARGO

Get your pooch under control with SPCA class

SPCA Tampa Bay is offering its Canine Delinquents class at 11 a.m. Sunday at 9099 130th Ave. in Largo. The class was designed to help pet owners regain control of their exuberant dogs, ages 6 months to 2 years. It will target destructive behaviors such as jumping, grabbing the leash and more. The cost is $15 per dog and all family members are invited to attend. Dogs must have current rabies vaccinations. Sign up at spcatampabay.org.

ST. PETERSBURG

Museum jazz exhibit includes a brunch

A jazz brunch will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday in the Legacy Garden at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. The event is part of an eight-week photographic exhibit, Jazz on the Deuces, a local perspective of the Jazz Ambassadors program started by the U.S. State Department in the 1950s and '60s. Admission is $20 and includes access to the exhibit and a jam session featuring local musicians. The museum is at 2240 Ninth Ave. S. Call (727) 323-1104.

SEMINOLE

Nonprofit will collect prom dresses, shoes

Belle of the Ball Project, a nonprofit organization that provides homecoming, prom dresses and accessories to low-income high school girls in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, will be having a "Pay it Forward" dress re-collection and donation. The program will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 13 at Seminole Mall, 11201 Park Blvd. N. Items needed are large size dresses, 18 and up, dressy shoes, purses and costume jewelry. For information, visit belleoftheballproject.com or call (727) 560-7001.

SPCA Canine Delinquents class; jazz brunch; prom items needed 11/02/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 3:16pm]
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