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Discuss music, influences Tuesday

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Norfolk Community Television is holding a music discussion group for area residents Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at its offices, 158 Main St. Participants will talk about music of the past 50 years, and their own influences in creating music. No music experience is necessary to take part in the free discussion. If there is interest, the group will also be held on March 11 and 18. More information is available at www.norfolkcable.com.

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