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SENIORS
Life enrichment programs at your loved one's assisted living center support physical, social, emotional, and cognitive well-being, keeping seniors engaged and active. Kurt Sapp of Seminole Shores Living Center reviews their importance here.

EVENTS
From poetry to trivia, soul food to crafts, Black History Month events are at Hackley Public Library! Ebony Road Players perform "The Meeting.” Plus, Jon Covington and the Men from the documentary "Black Man." See February's schedule here. VIDEO!

DECORATING
Classic Blue is big! This is a rich, deep blue, lighter than navy, but with a lot of saturation. And guess what? It's easy to work in with other colors! Carol Beatty of Quigley Draperies shows you how to best use the color trend in your home.

COMMUNITY
It's the hotline you and your loved ones need to know if you need food, shelter, rent or utility assistance. United Way of the Lakeshore's Christine Robere salutes CALL 2-1-1 and explains how it is changing people's lives.

LAKESHORE STAR GAZER
This month brave the cold clear nights of winter to enjoy some of the brightest stars and constellations of any season, and search for five planets well placed for observing. Astronomer Jonathan Truax is your guide. VIDEO!

BUSTER KEATON
Actor James Mason found and saved the Keaton classic "The Boat," in which Buster and his family go on a disastrous voyage on his homemade boat, The Damfino. Enjoy the 1921 film, complete and on line here. VIDEO!

EVENTS CALENDAR
Don't miss a thing this month with Muskegon County's best online events calendar, courtesy of Hackley Public Library!

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