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PAGE C4 Wednesday, May 30, 2018 LIFE i SPIRIT of JEFFERSOI and FARMER'S ADVOCATE tl ! Kate Williams, an artist who works In watercolor, o11, drawing and mixed media, will be one of those featured st this weekend's Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour. The free event, In Its 13th year, Is set to attract thousands to dozens of artists' studios. e in PURCELLVILLE, Va. - Art lovers this weekend can check out the Western Loud- oun Artists Studio Tour and get a first-hand look at how dozens of top handmade arti- sans in neighboring Loudoun County, Va Tour happens from i0 a.lXL 5 : go about their work. p:m: Saturday and S at34 The tour is free for anyone to attend and artists studios two hub will feature the chance to connect with 63 in nearby Loudoun Countyi Val i artists and to visit 34 artists studios as well as two arthubs, the Franklin Park Arts Cen- There,s no ch ei To le ter and the Round Hill Arts Center. goo ine to wlasti0rg! i : The event, begun in 2006 with 25 artists, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- day and Sunday. sional and emerging artists, experience per- Organizers say the mission of the tour is sonal interaction and see local artists where "to help promote Loudoun County as a see- they work." tiic and cultural destination by producing a The tour will introduce local and region- tour of the county's visual artists, to cele- al patrons to a weekend of "education, in- brute their work and to provide an educa- spiration and one-on-one interaction with tional experience for the public. For many the arts," organizers say. More information visitors, WLAST is the only opportunity to about the tour may be found online at wlast. view live art demonstrations with profes- org for more information. Community baby shower is, Saturday RANSON - This weekend brings the WVU Medicine Jefferson Medical Center's Community Baby Shower, an event nowin its sixth year. At the Ranson hospital from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, expectant mothers and fathers-to-be as well as new morns and duds are invit- ed to a free educational event with door prizes and refresh- ments. The day also includes the opportunity to meet with JMC professionals and com- mUrfity representatives to get :to questions regard- aspects of pregnancy t01 ;' to baby and beyondl of the com- gmrtityI Baby Shower is to help expectant and new fami'- es learn about topics that are t to the health iand well-being: of new babies," explained: Kellie Minpey, nurse director of obstetrics. i Vendors will include Jef- ferson Medical Center ultra- sound, B ght of Jeffer- son County, Black Dog Cof- fee Company, Tupperware, pampered Chef, Thirty One, Berkeley MeScal Center mother/baby unit, Two Riv- Childbh:th, Lactation Con- sultant Amy Blue, Second impressions Boutique and Shenandoah Valley WIC. The Shower will be held in the. first floor conference room at Jefferson Medical Center in Ransom ttC : Expecting moms will have the opportunity to tour the OB unit at Jefferson Medical Center and to have an ultra- Sound picture taken of their baby, courtesy of the hospi- tal's radiology department. New to this year's baby shower is a diaper drive. ii~,~iiiiiiill ! : : ~: ~: : ?il V : :!ii We wam to 5adp spread awarenes torrn and instance work, We would like to do an e tirnate for you on your roof'and iding rtpair you're prepared when the adjuster tames to vigil Call us today to hedule your FREE no obligation home aue menL Or check us out at w* ,$htdd bl,You'll be #d you did. +,