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What’s happening – religion

VeggieTales’ “Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler” will be in stores March 11. A special advance showing is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at South Shore Christian Assembly of God, 886 Glorene Ave.

Hosted by Daniel Stewart, Big Idea ambassador, Big Idea will present the most mysterious VeggieTales episode to date with Larry the Cucumber as detective dynamo Sheerluck Holmes and Bob the Tomato as his venerable sidekick, Dr. Watson. Together, their superlative powers of observation and forensic fortitude can solve any crime. But, because Sheerluck takes all the credit for the pair’s sleuthing savvy, the missing Golden Ruler – the most valuable and prized treasure in all of Buckingham Palace – may never be recovered.

Will Sheerluck remember the all-important golden rule in time to rescue the ruler and save his friendship? Find out in the nail-biting VeggieTales mystery “Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler.”

Plus, see Archibald Asparagus as Don Quixote in “Asparagus of La Mancha” and the inspiring Silly Songs with Larry, “The Gated Community.”

There will be coloring pages, stickers, etc. – fun for everyone. Call (530) 318-8450 with any questions.

Give thanks for growing things

A night of celebration of the New Year of Trees, Tu B’ Shevat, with fruits, nuts, wine and delicious desserts, will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at Temple Bat Yam.

One of the reasons for this holiday is to do our part to replenish the earth. Little pots with soil along with plants will be there, so that participants may plant seedlings, take them home and watch them grow, in gratitude for one of the many blessings from God.

It would be helpful if those who intend to come call and RSVP by Saturday, Feb. 11. For more information call Rabbi Jonathan Freirich at (775) 901-2543.

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