๐ŸŒฑ Friday's Flight Night + Babysitting Classes At Career Center

by Samuel Pordengerg Feb 4, 2023 News
๐ŸŒฑ Friday

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  1. Did you get a chance to go out on the town last night and enjoy "Flight Night?" Restaurants and retailers took part in the event on Marietta Main Street; eateries and bars offered flights of drinks and appetizers, and retailers like Green Acres of Marietta offered savings when customers bought three pieces of jewelry. (Subscription: Marietta Times)
  2. The Washington County Career Center announced its babysitting class offerings for the year. For kids aged 13-17, the career center's class gives adolescents hands-on practice with daily babysitting chores, such as changing diapers and feeding. The course also covers parents' expectations, how to start a business, and how to handle emergencies. (WTAP)
  3. Murder Mystery dinners are coming to the Riviera at the Valley Gem! The evening begins with a cocktail hour followed by a delicious dinner buffet as guests unravel a murder. Click here to get tickets for available dates Feb. 11 or Feb. 25. (Visit Marietta Ohio via Facebook)

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