Vintage wedding dress show at Vista Springs

The community is invited to view a unique collection of wedding dresses from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s at Vista Springs, 8400 South Bedford Road in Macedonia.

A variety of classic fashions will be on display from eras when style was known for its ladylike flair. Some of these classic dresses were worn by members of the Vista Springs community when at their weddings.

The event is Feb. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. RSVP to 330-813-8855.

See VistaSpringsLiving.com for more information.

How to excel in your next job interview

Hudson Job Search will offer a program entitled "Fearless interviewinghow to excel in your next job interview" on Feb. 20 from 7:15 to 9 p.m.

This program, led by Mike Polovick, will provide attendees with practical steps they can take to put themselves in the best possible position to be successful in the most critical phase of the job search process, the interview. While this program is most beneficial for those who haven't interviewed in a number of years, it will provide value for new job seekers as well. It will enable job seekers to be better prepared and more confident in the actual interview and it is relevant to any type of job search from clerical to managerial.

Learn about 'My Life with a Large Sculpture' at garden club meeting

The Hudson Garden Club's Feb. 16 meeting will feature Garden Club member Len Lampert and his program "Beat the Drumm Slowly My Life with a Large Sculpture."

The evening will document the three-year process of planning, construction and installation of a large work of art, crafted by local artist Don Drumm, for his landscape; a lifelong dream for Len. The program will explore the decisions to be made from placement in the yard and material of the artwork, through the challenges to overcome as the sculptor and client work together to bring the vision to fruition. Once installed, Lampert will explain how to incorporate new and existing landscaping to enhance the artwork.

Lampert, an architect who splits his time between Minneapolis and Hudson, works with clients as he helps them visualize a home that is not yet constructed. The process of creating artwork for the yard is a similar journey. He admits that completing this lifelong dream "required an effort as large as the sculpture itself."

Documenting the process through pictures, personal anecdote and his professional experience in architecture, the presentation will be an interesting and entertaining program.

The Feb. 16 meeting will be at Laurel Lake, 200 Laurel Lake Drive, with social time at 6:45 and the meeting starting at 7 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Call Bronwyn Pierson at 330-612-4879 with any questions.