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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC lilLY 28, 1991 PAGE 7 ), p Sr. Teresa Daly (L) leads young people from Hamburg Methodist Chumh in ts an Israeli dance. .Th ,Marketplace 29 AD a hit in south Arkansas cot MariaHamlmrg - Sr. Teresa Dab/, DC, arid St. Liebeck, DC~ have been partidpating of S In cooperative Vacation Bible Schools with y ~ ~'esbyterians, Methodists, Epkscopalians and Les ' tholics in Crdssett, Hamburg, Monticello and Warren this summer. 'qMarketplace 29 AD" was of special in- L/a teresL This was an opportunity for children and adults to get the flavor of a market- place inJesus' time, complete with donkeys, [ sheep, goats and chickens. Tents appeared in the yards of the Pres- byterian church in Crossett and the Meth- tMist church in Hamburg. Children and ns ~ adults wore simple tunic costumes and the ma SOUnd of the shofar (ram's horn) called them h~ to each event. wd The shops taught traditional crafts and Litd ~ina A -_ #,,-,gency on Aging S~ Little Rock - The 3rd Annual Central Arkansas Charity Racking Horse Show will .nw~ be held at 3 PM, Saturday, Aug. 3, in the xm. r~ew arena at the Arkansas State Fair ats ~ Qrounds. Admission is $4 per person and L ~ ~2 for senior dfizens Vot~ . A door prize will be given to a senior ch0~ ~tizen for a two-day trip for two to Hot a a~ Wings with overnight accommodations at children had a hands - on experience of such varied activities as brick-making, scroll- making, weaving and sandahnaking. In the center of the marketplace was a well. A tax collector visited the shops to collect taxes from the shop-keepers and their apprentices. Each child had a bag of special corns and was encouraged to share these with beggars. A Roman soldier was also in evidence. Daly led Israeli dances, and Liebeck's "shop" featured weaving and pottery mak- ing. X Sessions dosed with e~eryone gathered around the story-teller- Moses, Joseph,Jesus and St. Paul on respective day~ A worship setting in the "synogogue" conduded each day's Bibledme experience. to sponsor show the Arlington Hotel including two compli- mentary baths. Proceeds will benefit Meals4Dn-Wheels and Hospice of Central Arkansas. Tickets will be available at the show, se- nior centers or by contacting Susan Kuehner, Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, P. O. Box 5988, North Little Rock, 72119, 372-5300. SHEET METAL Tile & Slate Roofing 375-8229 Heating & Ventilating Systems Gutter Work 1508 Scott Street Little Rock Fayetteville 442-7314 Member by invitation National Selected Morticians IAtfle Rock- The Oasis Renewal Center will offer three presentations on compara- tive religion in August. '~arisfian Roots Oasis Renewal Center to offer short courses in comparative religion inJudaism" be presented by Ab- bot Jerome Kodell, OSB, of Subiaco Abbey, Rabbi Eugene Levy of Temple B'nai Israel in Little Rock, and Presbyterian Rev. Donald K. Campbell, Dean of Oasis Renewal Center. The pre- sentation will be Tuesday, Aug. 13, from 7 - 9 PM. Cost is $10, or $5 with regisuation by Aug. 6. "An Inlroducfion to Islam" Hill be pre- sented by Jay McDaniel, Professor of Reli- Abbot Jerome gion and Director-of the Steele Center for Kodell, OSB Religious Studies at Hendrix College in Conway. The date is Sunday, Aug, 4, from 2 - 5 PM. Cost is $15, or $10 with registration by July 28. ~* "An In|xoduction to Buddhism" Hill be presented by McDaniel Rabbi IZtigana on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 7 - 10 PM. Cost is $15, or $10 with Levy registration by Aug. 14. For more information or to register, contact Catherine ~/ Oasis Renewal Center, 14913 Cooper Orbit Rd., Little Rock, 72211; 225-6890. Preparations are now underway for 1991 - 1992 the 1991-92 Directory for the Diocese of Little Rock. This year's directory Hill be published on the last Sunday of August. Organizations with listings are asked to check information in this year's directory and forward any changes, by August 1, to: Directory, P.O. Box 7417, Little Rock, 72217-7417 2 tion will Tes u me