In brief

Kent Copeman Exhibit

GRAND BLANC TWP. — The Grand Blanc Arts Council is featuring the varied watercolors of Kent Copeman at Genesys Health Park through April, 2015. The exhibit, with subjects ranging from antique automobiles to portraits, can be viewed on the second floor, between the elevators. Copeman currently spends much of his time with the Hadley Township Historical Society and the Hadley Mill Museum. Proceeds from the exhibit, benefit the Hospice Division of Reverence at 810-695- 9878. — P.S.

The Grafted Root book club

GRAND BLANC — The last Tuesday of every month at 7pm features a public book club held at the Grafted Root Eatery (in the Coach Stop Plaza). The March book selection is the first Kurt Wallander thriller, “Faceless Killers” by Henning Mankell. Members will meet March 31st to discuss. Copies may be obtained via Beth at R & B Used Books, 12830 Saginaw Rd, Suite B, Grand Blanc, telephone (810) 695-7762. — P.S.

Yoga Loft moving to Buckham Gallery

FLINT — The Yoga Loft will be moving March 23 to the Buckham Gallery. The move is a homecoming for the Yoga Loft, which moved from Buckham Gallery to the Wade Trim Building location five years ago.

“I am excited to partner with Buckham Gallery again,” said Yoga Loft owner Lois Schneider. “A number of my students started with me when we were originally at Buckham and they are looking forward to doing yoga in this art-filled space again,” she added.

Classes will continue to include the Yoga styles of Iyengar, taught by Schneider, Ashtanga/Vinyasa, taught by Liz Padalina, and Kripala, taught by Marcia McGee. Classes begin as early as 8 a.m. and continue through 7:30 p.m. six days a week. A complete schedule of classes is available at or on facebook at The Yoga Loft.

As part of the grand re-opening, Schneider said all classes will be $5 for everyone from March 23 through April 16 only. Regular rates of $12 for adults per session and $6 for students per session will apply after April 16.

Details: Call 810-397-6091. — G.G.

Non-Profit Fundraising Pizza Event For Literacy

FLINT — On March 21, come out to Luigi’s 2132 Davison Rd., where the Genesee County Literacy Coalition will partner with Luigi’s for an All You Can Eat Salad, Pizza and Pop Buffet, from noon-4 p.m.

Help adults read for free, by purchasing a ticket and coming out to enjoy Luigi’s great food. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for kids (kids 3 and under free). Tickets sold at the door (cash or check only).

Details: Call 810-234-9545. — G.G.

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