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The Art of Love

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If you've waited until the last minute, consider local Valentine's Day arts options that help say, "I love you." ---

At Westminster College, the Westminster Chamber Singers present a special Valentine's Day program tonight at 7:30 p.m. The lineup is scheduled to include classic love songs from throughout history. And if you're on a budget, it's free to the public, and kid-friendly (over the age of six, please).

Ballet West's production of The Sleeping Beauty (pictured) also makes for a perfect romantic treat. Seats are still available for tonight's 7:30 p.m. performance as of 4 p.m., so you can make a date with a classic.

And on the visual arts front, consider checking out the fascinating entries in Hive Gallery's "Love and Love Lost" photo exhibit. The great thing about this theme for Valentine's Day is that it works for you if you've got someone to bring along, and maybe even if you don't.

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