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Early voting kicked off April 24 in Beaumont with just a trickling of its populace turning out to select city leadership. During the first three days of early voting for the May 6 election, just under 2,000 voters made their way to one of Beaumont’s five polling locations – Rogers Park, Beaumont City Hall, Beaumont ISD Administration Building, John Paul Davis Community Center, and Johns Library, with an added roughly 300 mail-in ballots received by election officials.

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Free Fire

Starring: Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy

Directed by: Ben Wheatley

Rated: R

 

This movie is a trip—back in time, that is, to the ‘80s. The premise is simple: two separate groups are meeting up at an abandoned warehouse under the cover of darkness to transact a weapons deal only it does not go as planned.

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Grab your girlfriends, wear red and help the American Heart Association save lives at the Go Red For Women Luncheon on Tuesday, May 2 at the Beaumont Country Club (5355 Pine St) beginning at noon. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. Heart disease and stroke kill 1 in 3 women, which is more than all cancers combined. The good news is that 80 percent of cardiac events may be prevented with education and lifestyle changes.

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Zumba Jammer Mauricio Camargo

Come ready to sweat, and to “Set the Floor on Fiah” on Sunday, April 30 at the Event Centre in downtown Beaumont for a high-energy Zumba fitness concert featuring Latin Urban recording artist Watatah Fiah Lion and Zumba Jammer Mauricio Camargo. Zumba is a dance fitness program created by Alberto “Beto” Perez in 1999 and involves aerobic and dance movements performed to high-energy music incorporating salsa, merengue, mambo, hip-hop and more. The event is from noon to 2 p.m. and tickets are $30.

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CJ Johnson

An unforgettable night of magic will be on display in Orange on Thursday, May 4 at Community Church (3400 MLK Dr) as the Kiwanis Club of Orange presents magician CJ Johnson at 7 p.m. Johnson is sure to make the skeptics think twice as he’s been performing for more than 25 years. His performance is engaging for children and entertaining for adults so be sure to arrive early before all the seats disappear. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the door. Refreshments will be available for purchase.

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