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Harvest Festival coming in Ingalls
INGALLS — Pendleton First United Methodist Church-Ingalls Campus is planning a Harvest Festival for 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 16.
The event will feature a performance by the gospel music group Stones Crossing as well as a magician, chili cookoff ($50 gift card prize), photo booth and hayride.
The church is located at 301 N. Alfonte, Ingalls.

Gallery 119 offers art classes
PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society’s Gallery 119 offers art classes on a regular basis.
The next classes are:
• Make “Sterling Nature Earrings” with Tracy Davidson — 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. Davidson will teach forming, texturing and soldering to create earrings. Copper will be available to make leaves the colors of fall. For ages 12 on up.
• Drawing seminar with Madeline Harris — 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26. Harris is a local artist who is passionate about figure drawing and fundamentals of art. There will be a clothed model who will be drawn for two hours. Poses will be 1 to 5 minutes with breaks and a 30-minute short lesson at the beginning. Gesture, form, anatomy and design will be talked about. This is for anyone interested in figure drawing or learning the very basics of drawing. Participants should bring their favorite medium. Suggested is large paper or sketchbook and pencil (colored is great) or charcoal. Anyone pursuing digital work is welcome to bring their tablets. Cost is $5 donation.
• Painting with Diane Burrell — Evening sessions. Each session is comprised of four classes, set for 6:30 to 9 p.m. Session 3: Nov. 11, 18 and 25, and Dec. 2.
Students will work on their own paintings or one of Diane’s. There will be a focus on selecting a composition and color palette from photos, pictures and sketchbook ideas. Classes will include demonstrations and worksheets. Cost is $55 per session. Participants must bring supplies or pay $10 extra per class. Class is limited to 10 students.
• Pottery with Janae Ledbetter — morning and evening sessions (each session is comprised of five classes, the last one for glazing). The cost is $120 for each session, which includes supply fee and firings.
Tuesday sessions (6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; limit eight students per session) Session 3 — Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30, Dec. 7
Wednesday sessions (10 a.m. to noon; limit five students per session) Session 3 — Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8
• Children’s Art Classes — 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the second Saturday each month. Each class will be different and taught by different teachers. Each class is independent and will need its own registration. The class for each month will be advertised on the PAS website.
Registration for classes can be completed at the gallery, 119 W. State St., Pendleton; by phone at 765-778-0986 during regular business hours, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays; or online at PASgallery119.org/events.

Lapel couple to be honored
LAPEL — A celebration of the first Lapel Community Honorees, Jack and Jackie Howell, is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, at Lapel American Legion Post 212, 1600 Main St., Lapel.
Jack taught sixth grade in Lapel for many years as well as Sunday School for 68 years. His former students would be especially welcome to attend the event, which is open to the public.
Dinner will be served and costs $9 per person. Children 9 and younger eat free.
Lapel Community Honor Program is a new initiative in town, spearheaded by Ray Tincher (who writes a column for The Times-Post) as well as several organizations and sponsors. Its goal is to recognize those who have made a significant positive contribution to the community.
Seating is limited, no reservations.

Friends of the Library plan book sale
PENDLETON — Friends of the Pendleton Community Library plan to have a quarterly book sale from Friday, Oct. 22, to Wednesday, Oct. 27.
Friends members can visit the sale early, from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21.
The book sale is open anytime the library is open. The sale includes children’s, young adult and adult books; audiobooks; and DVDs and CDs.
Items cost $2 or less, and on the last day of the sale people can fill a bag for $1.