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7:00am New Entry[7:00am] -- Breaking Barriers Boot Camp
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WHITEHOUSE Boot Camp encourages you to achieve health and weight goals. Join supportive people, dedicated to self-improvement. Information: http://www.breaki. ngbarriersbootcamp.com/downloads/new-recruit-paperwork/

8:00am New Entry[8:00am] -- Kids Boot Camp
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WHITEHOUSE Kids Boot Camp, 8 a.m., 306 E. Hwy. 110 N., Whitehouse. It is an indoor/outdoor group exercise class that mixes traditional calisthenic and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training.

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10:00am New Entry[10:00am] -- Breaking Barriers Boot Camp
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TYLER Breaking Barriers Fitness Boot Camp, 10 a.m., 4010 S. Donnybrook Ave. Achieve health and weight goals. Join a team of supportive taught by a former Marine. To get a head start on paperwork: http://www.breakingbarriersbootcamp.com/downloads/new-recruit-paperwork/

[10:10am] -- YMCA
Description:
TYLER YMCA of Tyler, 225 S. Vine Ave. 10:15 a.m., Aqua Blast, indoor pool, Kim. Information: 903-593-7327.

11:00am New Entry[11:00am] -- Beginner Computer Class
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TYLER Beginner Computer Classes: 11 a.m., Story Room, Tyler Public Library, 201 S. College Ave. Four classes will cover basic computer knowledge, email basics, job search basics and how to write a resume. Seating is limited to 10 participants. Free: registration required. Information: 903-593-7323; www.tylerlibrary.com; eventsignup@tylertexas.com.

[11:00am] -- Crochet Class
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TYLER Crochet Class: 11 a.m., third floor Internet Center Workroom, Tyler Public Library, 201 S. College Ave. Learn to crochet with library staff and volunteers. All materials provided. All experience levels welcome. Free, no registration is required. Information: 903-593-7323; www.tylerlibrary.com; eventsignup@tylertexas.com.

12:00pm New Entry[12:00pm] -- Addiction Recovery
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TYLER Pills Anonymous: noon, ETMC Behavioral Health Center, 4101 University Blvd., Tyler. 12 step program to overcome using and/or recover from prescription drug abuse.

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6:00pm New Entry[6:30pm] -- Sacul Bluegrass
Description:
The Sacul Bluegrass Opry features bluegrass and gospel acts beginning at 6:30 p.m. the fourth Saturday of each month at its opry hall on Highway 204 in the Cherokee County town of Sacul. Information: www.sandylandbluegrass.com/sacul_opry or 936-569-1179

7:00pm New Entry[7:00pm] -- Quitman Bluegrass
Description:
The Quitman Bluegrass Show takes place at 7 p.m. on the fourth Saturday of the month at the Carroll Green Civic Center in Quitman. Information: 903-852-6588.

[7:30pm] Live Music@The Old Firehouse in Edom: Crystal Yates
Description:
Doors open 7pm. Refreshments available. Crystal Yates was listening to a sermon at Cross Timbers Church in Argyle when she had a musical epiphany. "Stop trying to separate the secular and sacred by treating everything as sacred," implored the pastor, Toby Slough. It was then that the country singer-songwriter from McKinney realized her love of songwriting didn’t require her to compartmentalize her audience or subject matter. Though the songs sung in the sanctuary are different than those performed on stages, the two types don’t necessarily come from different places. Yates has been influenced by Hank Williams Sr. more than by any other artist. Since the 1920s, the connection between the down-home tales of country and the God-fearing respect of gospel music — a combination Williams excelled at unlike few other artists in history — has been practically unbreakable. Inspired by classic country singer songwriters like Merle Haggard and Motown artists like Etta James, Crystal Yates infectiously fuses soul, country, and rock into an emotional landscape. On her new album, The Other Side, is a compilation of songs that are true stories about overcoming struggles and offer the listener understanding and hope. Crystal Yates, was crowned the national winner in the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown, the longest-running music competition, now she will be performing on our stage.


[8:00pm] -- Gladewater Opry
Description:
GLADEWATER Performers take the stage at Gladewater Saturday Night Opry, 108 E. Commerce St., Gladewater, at 8 p.m. Information: thegladewateropry.com.

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