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JULIE AND JULIA : 6:30 p.m., Augusta Public Library, 902 Greene St.; free; rated PG-13; (706) 821-2600

HISTORICAL MARKER DEDICATION FOR THE REMAINS OF THE HAMPTON TERRACE: 3 p.m., across from Fairview Presbyterian Church on Carolina Avenue, North Augusta; by the Heritage Council of North Augusta; (803) 613-1178

A TOAST TO THE HAMPTON TERRACE: 4-7 p.m., Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta, 100 Georgia Ave., inside municipal building; the Heritage Council of North Augusta's annual membership drive; (803) 613-1178


AUGUSTA NEWCOMERS ORGANIZATION: Welcome coffee, 11 a.m. , RSVP to, or call Laura Dobbins at (706) 364-6824

THE BEST REFERRALS NETWORK OF BIZ OPS INTERNATIONAL: 7 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday; Sunrise Grill, 3830 Washington Road; free referrals; (706) 736-5020


FILMMAKER'S TALK: 12:30 p.m., Augusta Museum of History, 560 Reynolds St.; local filmmaker Mark Albertin will present a lecture on his film Displaced -- The Unexpected Fallout from the Cold War , as part of the Brown Bag History Series; museum members free, $3 others; bring lunch; museum provides beverages and dessert; (706) 722-8454

THE BEST REFERRALS NETWORK OF BIZ OPS INTERNATIONAL: 7 a.m. Wednesday and Friday; Sunrise Grill, 404 E. Martintown Road, North Augusta; free referrals, (706) 736-5020

Alzheimer's and Dementia: Legal Needs and Preparation: 2 p.m., Thomson-McDuffie County Library, 338 Main St., Thomson; free; RSVP by noon Tuesday; Patrick Smith Jr., founder of The Smith Law Firm, will speak about legal issues, Medicaid planning and estate planning; presented by the McDuffie County Alzheimer's Support Group and the Alzheimer's Association; (706) 731-9060


RODNEY CARRINGTON: 7:30 p.m., Bell Auditorium, 712 Telfair St.; $38-$43,; (877) 428-4849

A.R. JOHNSON recruitment and open house: 5:30-7 p.m., A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School, 1324 Laney-Walker Blvd.; tour of classrooms and new building; meet faculty, staff, administrators and counselors; applications available and accepted Monday through Jan. 29; contact Assistant Principal LouAnne Grove, (706) 823-6933, ext. 203


THE WIZARD OF OZ: 8 p.m., Bell Auditorium, 712 Telfair St.; $35.50-$45.50;; (877) 428-4849

WESTMINSTER SCHOOLS OF AUGUSTA DAY: 9:30 a.m., Day School building, 3067 Wheeler Road; students and families can visit the school;

PHIL VAUGHT AND MIDNIGHT DANCE PARTY: Doors 7 p.m., show 9:30 p.m., The Country Club Dance Hall & Saloon, Washington Road; $5 men, $3 women; (706) 364-1862


SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AUGUSTA STRING QUARTET: 7:30 p.m., Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center, Town Center Boulevard, Evans; featuring bassoonist Amy Marinello and pianist Ana Flavia Frazäo; $20; full-time students and military personnel with valid ID can purchase $7 tickets beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the center (subject to availability); (706) 826-4705

RICHMOND COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE BREAKFAST: 9 a.m., Holiday Inn, 2155 Gordon Highway; guest speaker Ray McBerry, candidate for governor; $8 for breakfast;

ART MEETS FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA: 7 p.m., Augusta Marriott Hotel and Suites, 2 10th St.; freelance artists will paint as models walk down the runway; with a band and a DJ; fundraiser for the Paine College Art Club; tickets available at Pyramid Music stores or by calling (706) 724-1508; Oscar A. Jessie (706) 755-2488,

VOICES OF THE PAST MUSEUM THEATER SERIES: THE OTHER TUBMANS: 11:30 a.m., 12:30 and 1:30 p.m., Augusta Museum of History, 560 Reynolds St.; character monologues performed in museum theater format by actors; explains the connection between Tubman slaves freed in the 1830s and William Tubman, the longest-serving president of Liberia (1944-71); free with museum admission; (706) 722-8454

ZASZ WITH GUEST DEM IMONDE: Doors 8 p.m., music 10 p.m., Sky City, 1157 Broad St.; $5;

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