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Fine to demonstrate watercolor painting BURBANK...

Fine to demonstrate watercolor painting

BURBANK -- Gordon Fine will demonstrate a watercolor painting for

the Burbank Art Assn. at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the Burbank Board of

Realtors, second floor, 2006 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank.

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Guests can attend for a fee of $3.

Fine is an active member of the Burbank Art Assn. He is a Marine

Corps veteran, has a bachelor’s degree from UCLA and master’s degree

from Long Beach State.

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He has taught art at Garfield, Fremont and Banning high schools,

and was administrative vice principal at Birmingham High School and

principal for Marshall High School.

Since retiring, Fine has concentrated on his own artistic

development, participating in many workshops and teaching watercolor

and drawing classes at the Burbank Creative Arts Center.

Interactive features accompany ‘Bride’

GLENDALE -- It will be like a scene out of a book of fairy tales

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when The Alex Theatre presents Rob Reiner’s 1987 “The Princess Bride”

at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Live entertainment will begin at 1 p.m. featuring the Musical

Angels, an instrumental group associated with the Glendale Youth

Orchestra, costumed fairy-tale greeters, arts and crafts and an

on-stage sword fight by members of the Los Angeles Fight Academy.

Audience members are encouraged to wear costumes of their favorite

fairy tale character or adventure hero to participate in an parade

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across the stage prior to the screening.

The movie is the second in the Alex Family Film Series showing

classic movies based on classic children’s novels with the goal of

promoting literacy to young moviegoers.

Tickets are $7.50, $5 for children. The Alex Theatre is at 216 N.

Brand Blvd., Glendale. For more information, call 243-2539.

Compiled by Joyce Rudolph


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