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Gifts with a Decatur flavor

Still looking for the perfect gift for someone? One of these special Decatur ideas may work.

  • A brick for the planned accessible playground for all children at Delano Park. The Junior League of Morgan County is selling them at $150 for a 4x8-inch or $250 for an 8x8-inch, engraved with a tribute to someone special. Call 350-1917 or write the League at P.O. Box 486, Decatur, AL 35602 to get a brochure to complete for a brick.
  • Tickets for upcoming events at the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts: “Private Lives,” a Noel Coward bittersweet comedy, Jan. 18; the Capitol Steps, musical political satire, Feb. 2; and singers Kate Campbell on Jan. 11, Rachael Price on March 30 and Rosanne Cash on April 20. Call the box office, 340-1778, for details.
  • “Garden Views,” a coffee-table book with Charles Seifried’s colorful photographs of Decatur area gardens. Sales benefit Carnegie Visual Arts Center; call 341-0562.
  • Patrice Stewart

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