Briefs: Series takes look at famous cathedrals
"The Cathedral," an educational video lecture series looking at famous cathedrals in the world, is slated at the Lee Burrows Center for Arts, 630 E St., Marysville. Admission is free.
Lectures planned at 2 p.m. Wednesdays through March 27 include:
Feb. 6 — What is a cathedral? Early Christian architecture.
Feb. 13 — Vaulting — a look at roofs.
Feb. 20 — The urban context of cathedrals, including Notre Dame in Paris.
Feb. 27 — Chartres Cathedral.
March 6 — Amiens and Reims cathedrals.
March 13 — Cathedrals — who builds?
March 20 — Early Gothic architecture in England.
March 27 — Gothic architecture in today's world.
For more information, call 742-2787.
Homecoming party for Guard unit set in Yuba City
"Welcome Home Heroes," in honor of the return of the Yuba-Sutter National Guard's 2668th Transportation Company, is scheduled in Yuba City.
The event is slated Feb. 15 at the Veterans Memorial Building, 1425 Veterans Memorial Circle.
Activities include exhibits at 3 p.m. and opening ceremonies at 5 p.m.
The program is sponsored by Disabled American Veterans, Marysville No. 9. For more information, call 315-6722.