Composed of brothers (and Crestview grads) Adrian Labra (Guitar), Christian Labra (Bass) and David Labra (Guitar/Sax), the Labra Brothers have emerged as one of the Mahoning Valley’s premier musical groups. Strong three-part harmonies backed by a high-energy grove of funk, Latin and R&B get audiences up and dancing. Live shows feature covers of popular artists such as John Mayer, Alabama Shakes and Los Lonely Boys along with original tunes. The Labra Brother’s self titled, 5-song EP can be heard on iTunes and Spotify. They are currently working on a new album, Colder Weather, which should be released this fall.
Check them out at www.thelabrabrothers.com.
HELP: Mom & Dad are Getting Old
Sessions will include a brief opening scripture and prayer, presentations by local experts, time for questions and an opportunity for prayer and sharing among caregivers.
Registration helpful but not required
April 11 – Long Term Care w/ Betsy Williams, LSW (Salem Hospital) & Karen Christian, RN (Christian House)
April 18 – Legal and Financial w/ Mark Hutson, JD (Mark Hutson Law) & Scott Duko, JD, RIA
April 25 – Spiritual and Psychological w/ Rev. Diane Walker (Ohio Living) & Dennis McArthur, PhD (Salem Hospital)
May 2 – Medical Care and Medications w/ Dr. Janet Marnejon (MercyHealth) & Christine Dascenzo, PharmD (Family Drug)
7:00 – Gathering
7:05 – Welcome & Centering
7:15 – Presenter 1
7:40 – Questions
7:55 – Break
8:05 – Presenter 2
8:30 – Questions
8:45 – Caregiver support
Small Steps Toward Wellness: Clean Living
Saturday, April 7, 8:30 am – 11:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church, Columbiana
A discussion of clean living from a biblical and scientific perspective with a focus on pollutants and synthetic chemicals. We’ll be exploring how we can swap out products to avoid harmful chemicals and make our own products to use at home. Items to make will include a cleaning spray, roller bottle blend and air freshner.
Materials cost: $20, payable on day of event.
Register by Monday, April 2.
Note about fees
THE HUB commits to making workshops accessible to all regardless of availability to pay. If you wish to come to this workshop but cannot afford the fee, please come anyway.