ARROWHEAD MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP. Old Pueblo Archaeology Center. 1000 E. Fort Lowell Road. Allen Denoyer offers a flintknapping workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, October 3. Paticipants will make an arrowhead out of obsidian and other stone, and learn how prehistoric people made and used such artifacts. Participants may bring a lunch if they wish to continue working into the afternoon. All equipment is provided. Fee is $16 per person, with discounts for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center members. Attendance is limited to 11. Call 798-1201 for reservations.

Listings DREAM WORKSHOP. Shiri Djenté, Ph.D., presents Shifting Through Your Dreams, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, October 8. Cost is $10. Pre-register by October 6 by calling 327-6810.

HANDS-ON ELECTRIC. Women Build Houses, a network dedicated to increasing women's access to building skills and knowledge, and to promoting environmentally-safe building, presents a workshop on how to safely wire electrical circuits. The class teaches how to repair/wire electrical outlets and switches, and test circuit breakers and fuses. Class runs from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 6. Advanced registration is required, and childcare is available. Class fees are based on a sliding scale, with a discount for registering for five classes. Call
206-8000 to register. (Se habla español.)

SYMPOSIUM SERIES. Internationally acclaimed choreographer Mark Morris presents Unlocking the Creative Process, a free symposium moderated by UApresents director Ken Foster, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 6, in Room 102 of the UA Center for English as a Second Language (CESL), 1100 E. North Campus Drive.

WOMEN FOR SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES. In partnership with the Sierra Club and the UA College of Architecture, Women for Sustainable Technologies holds their fourth-annual conference, Planning for a Sustainable Future, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, October 3. Conference meets at the UA College of Architecture, and focuses on a variety of land use issues and matters of personal and environmental health. Call 690-6356 or e-mail wst@azstarnet.com for information. Check out the website at www.azstarnet.com/~wst. TW

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