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Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Opportunities at Howard Community College
08/03/2021 to 08/03/2021Virtual Event, Virtual Event, MD 21044
We know that life under COVID-19 has been extremely challenging, especially if you’ve lost your job, had reduced work hours, or haven’t been able to find a new job. Did you know the Governor of the State of Maryland has established a fund to help Maryland residents who have been impacted by COVID-19 enroll in workforce training programs? Funding provides tuition and fee scholarships for programs and students who are eligible. Join us on August 3 to learn about how GEER may be able to help you get back into the workforce. The session is open to the public, free of charge, and will last approximately an hour or until all questions are answered. To register, please visit howardcc.edu/InfoSessions. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants the morning of the information session. If you have any questions or need assistance, please send an email to InfoSessions@howardcc.edu.
AGING MATTERS radio program
08/03/2021 to 08/03/20212701-C Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201
Age-friendly describes a movement to make communities more welcoming and livable for older residents and people of all ages. The term also describes efforts to create places where people can grow up and grow old together. In 2018, the Arlington Commission on Aging (CoA) identified key areas of focus, known as “domains of livability,” to make Arlington, VA more age friendly. On AGING MATTERS radio this Tuesday, August 3 at 2:00 pm on WERA Arlington 96.7 FM, listen to host Cheryl Beversdorf talk with Linda Kelleher, Chair, Arlington CoA, and Cynthia Davis, Chair, Arlington Age Friendly Task Force, about the needs of aging Arlington residents and what domains of livability are required to create an age friendly community. If outside the listening area, visit wera.fm, click Listen Live/Listen Online. This broadcast will also be available on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aging-matters/id1526204286 and Spotify Podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/0HvZeXmoVAmtXmbQwBJVvM. To learn about AGING MATTERS Radio & TV Show programs, visit www.agingmattersonline.com.
CALL FOR STORYTELLERS FOR VIRTUAL FALL FESTIVAL
08/06/2021 to 08/06/2021VIRTUAL, Towson, MD 21252
Application Deadline: August 6. CALL FOR STORYTELLERS FOR VIRTUAL FESTIVAL. Have a story to tell? The Asian Arts & Culture Center (AA&CC) at TU will present the second "Our Stories Festival" this fall. This Artists can share and explore personal and cultural stories from around the world through narrative, animation, music, art, and more. The virtual festival seeks to feature the works of artists of all cultural backgrounds, and provides a space for sharing diverse artistic expressions. More Info/Apply: http://ow.ly/jtDc50FwLVb
Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
08/07/2021 to 08/07/2021901 Wharf St SW , Washington, DC 20024
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. AUGUST 07. DOORS: 6:30PM / SHOW: 8:00PM
08/07/2021 to 08/07/202117 South Washington St., EASTON, MD 21601
Chesapeake Music is excited to announce its Summer Jazz Concert with vocalist and pianist Alison Crockett on August 7, 2021, in its new home and recently renovated Ebenezer Theatre at 17 South Washington Street in Easton, Maryland. The concert begins at 8:00 P.M. Tickets are available at https://chesapeakemusic.org/. Crockett will be performing her “Echoes of an Era” show highlighting music from Chaka Khan, Chick Corea and the “American Songbook.” A multi-talented singer, songwriter and pianist, Crockett developed her formidable jazz chops from Temple University in Philadelphia while gigging with stalwarts Orrin Evans, Matt Parish and Mike Boone. Later, after moving to New York City to pursue her master’s at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, she was introduced to the vibrant music scene by fronting hip-hop jazz pioneer Greg Osby’s band.
The Muneer Nasser Jazz Quintet Jammin Jazz
08/07/2021 to 08/07/20216914 4th St NW. Washington, DC 20012, Takoma, MD 20012
Takoma Station, 6914 4th St NW. Washington, DC 20012. The Muneer Nasser Quintet is back! August 7, 2021,Two sets 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm. Get Ready to Jam! Get your tickets right now at https://www.jkproductions.org/. Bringing Jazz back to Takoma Station! Featuring a world class set of musicians: Muneer Nasser, Trumpet & Flugelhorn; Elijah Easton, Tenor Saxophone; Christopher Stiles, Piano; James King, Bass; Julian Berkowitz, Drums; Special Guest: Herm Hopkins, Trombone; "A Soldier's Story” Get an autographed copy of CD and book! (The CD companion to Upright Bass: The Musical Life & Legacy of Jamil Nasser.) www.jamilsnasser.com. For tickets https://www.jkproductions.org/. Call 240-449-5815 for more information.