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Yoga for Survivors – Virtual Sessions!

10/27/2020 to 10/27/2020

Online event hosted by HopeWorks of Howard County, Columbia, MD 21046

HopeWorks is partnering with Three and a Half Acres Yoga (THAY) to bring free yoga sessions to survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence. This will be an on-going program offered every Tuesday at 4 pm via Zoom! THAY partners with community organizations within Harlem, Upper Manhattan, and virtually. They focus on serving folks facing emotional, physical, or social trauma. THAY provides yoga, breathing, and mindfulness programs to nonprofits to support their existing missions and build bridges of understanding among neighbors. Please note that you will be able to participate while seated or on a mat. This is a free program, but pre-registration is required! To register, please visit

Planning Today for an Uncertain Tomorrow

10/27/2020 to 10/27/2020

Online, Online, MD 00000

Understand the importance of planning for financial, medical and end-of-life matters, create a comprehensive document for your loved ones that holds the information they will need in the event of an emergency or your death, and learn about Jewish funerals and pre-planning. Presenters: Deborah Hamburger, Esq., Volunteer Coordinator, Jewish Community Services; Eliza Feller, Funeral Director, Director of Advance Planning, Sol Levinson and Bros. Co-sponsored by Jewish Community Services, Sol Levinson and Bros., Inc., and LifeBridge Health. To register, go to:

Fairfax CASA Information Session

10/27/2020 to 10/27/2020


Children in foster care who have a CASA volunteer are more likely to succeed in school and adjust to change. And they’re half as likely to re-enter the foster care system later. As a volunteer, you can make a difference for a child who has experienced abuse or neglect in Fairfax County. Get involved, and change a child’s story. The first step to becoming a CASA volunteer is to attend an information session. Currently, our information sessions are being held virtually via Zoom in order to maintain everyone's safety and health. Please RSVP by emailing to reserve your spot and obtain the meeting link.

AGING MATTERS radio program

10/27/2020 to 10/27/2020

2701-C Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201

Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. The risk of falls increases proportionately with age and threatens safety and independence. Falls also generate economic and personal costs. Lifestyle changes and exercise programs may reduce and prevent falls. This Tuesday, October 27 at 2:00 pm, listen to AGING MATTERS on WERA-LP 96.7 FM when host Cheryl Beversdorf talks with Sara Poppa, PhD, Coordinator, Northern Virginia Falls Prevention Alliance, Marymount University, and Dr. Jade Bender-Burnett, PT DPT NCS, Lecturer, Marymount University Malek School of Health Professions, about causes and risks of falls and exercise programs to prevent injury and death. If outside the listening area, visit and click on LISTEN LIVE/DOWNLOAD THE STREAM. To hear all AGING MATTERS radio programs, visit To view AGING MATTERS TV Show episodes, visit YouTube Channel: and click VIDEOS.

History and Role of the Federal Election Commission

10/28/2020 to 10/28/2020

2400 Arocola, Wheaton, MD 20902

This presentation will discuss the history of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and its role administering and enforcing federal campaign finance laws. The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is the independent regulatory agency charged with administering and enforcing the federal campaign finance law. The FEC has jurisdiction over the financing of campaigns for the U.S. House, Senate, Presidency and the Vice Presidency. Join Mary Ann Baker, Communication Specialist in the Information Division of the FEC to a discussion of this agency's history and current role administering and enforcing federal campaign finance laws. More info:

Jane Franklin Dance: Forty+ Project II

10/28/2020 to 12/09/2020

3700 S Four Mile Run Dr., Arlington, VA 22206

Explore movement and performance in a creative project! Forty+ celebrates the collective creativity of people past the age of 40. Fall Project 2 is directed by choreographer Kelsey Rohr through weekly sessions on Zoom (with outdoor or in-person meetings as conditions allow). Forty+ is frequently seen in concerts presented by Jane Franklin Dance and for organizations serving older adults. This project culminates with a virtual broadcast in December and will be performed live in January 2021. The project is open to people of all physical facilities. No previous performance experience is necessary. Tuition: $100. More info: or call 703.933.1111