LIVING Picks: Week of January 31-February 6

The bikes for refugee program provides gently used bicycles and helmets to refugees who have resettled in our area. The bikes for refugee program provides gently used bicycles and helmets to refugees who have resettled in our area.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Bikes for refugees
Wednesday, January 31

Donate your gently used bicycles and helmets to refugees who have resettled in our area. Both children and adult bikes are needed. Drop off items from 4-5pm, 2111 Michie Dr. facebook.com/intl.neighbors

FAMILY

Father/daughter dance
Friday, February 2, and Saturday, February 3

Dads, grandfathers and uncles are invited to bring their valentines, ages 5-12, out for a night of dancing, refreshments and a photo booth. $7 city resident couples; $12 non-resident couples; $5 for each additional daughter (RSVP required), 6-8pm. Carver Recreation Center, 233 Fourth St. NW. 970-3260.

NONPROFIT

Oceans of Exchange symposium
Friday, February 2

Indigenous curators, scholars and artists of the Australia-Pacific region come together to discuss the role museum collections play in revitalized indigenous practices, among other topics. Free (RSVP required), 10am-2:30pm. Harrison/Small Auditorium, 160 McCormick Rd. kluge-ruhe.org

FOOD & DRINK

Cider-and-cheese pairing
Wednesday, January 31

This food-and-drink pairing features five Potter’s Craft ciders and five premium cheeses. $30, 6:30-8:30pm. Tilman’s, 406 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 964-0271.

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