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Recognizing the Latest Investment Frauds and Scams – Presented by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

04/20/2021 to 04/20/2021

Virtual, Virtual, MD 20815

Fraudsters love a disaster–& COVID-19 is no different. Join the SEC's Office of Investor Education & Advocacy in learning about current investment frauds, scams & the tools you need to arm yourself. This seminar will cover current investment frauds and scams, how to identify the red flags of fraud and tools to avoid those fraudsters in the future. Other discussion include the important documents you should have and keep. This is a FREE EVENT. Bring all questions you may have! Presenter: Suzanne McGovern. Join us in Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/93605207627 Or Dial In: 301 715 8592. Meeting ID: 936 0520 7627

Recognizing the Latest Investment Frauds and Scams – Presented by the U.S. SEC – Virtual

04/20/2021 to 04/20/2021

Virtual, Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Fraudsters love a disaster–& COVID-19 is no different. Join the SEC's Office of Investor Education & Advocacy in learning about current investment frauds, scams & the tools you need to arm yourself. This seminar will cover current investment frauds and scams, how to identify the red flags of fraud and tools to avoid those fraudsters in the future. Other discussion include the important documents you should have and keep. This is a FREE EVENT. Bring all questions you may have! Presenter: Suzanne McGovern. Montgomery County Public Libraries Website Information for this Event: https://mcpl.libnet.info/event/4853889. Join us in Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/93605207627. Or Dial In: 301 715 8592. Meeting ID: 936 0520 7627

LIVING WELL WEBINAR: “Oh So Good Power Bowls’

04/21/2021 to 04/21/2021

18100, Sandy Spring, MD 20860

Balanced meals are important to everyone. Join in on this webinar to learn how to create a tasty, nutritious meal in a bowl and dish up a "plant forward" recipe that will make plants the star of your plate. Offered by Brooke Grove Retirement Village. This online program will be presented by Executive Chef Derrick Gregg and Registered Dietitian Rhonda Cohen of Unidine at Brooke Grove Retirement Village. Free. To register and receive a Zoom link, visit bit.ly/BGPowerBowls by April 19. Questions? Contact Toni Davis, director of marketing at Brooke Grove Retirement Village, at tdavis@bgf.org

Adventures in Learning Spring Semester

04/22/2021 to 06/10/2021

541 Marshall Rd SW, Vienna, VA 22180

April 22 - June 10, 2021 – Thursdays, Virtual on Zoom. Adventures in Learning Spring Semester-A Program of the Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia (SCNOVA) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. Phone/Mail-In Registration: 3/25/21-4/20/21. Offering T'ai Chi; Health & Wellness; Arts & Entertainment/Travel; World Affairs: Past & Present. Sample classes: Long Term Care Planning; Congressman Gerry Connolly - Upcoming Priorities in the House of Representatives; Our Adventures in Sicily, Italy. For a list of full class schedule, visit www.scnova.org/ail. Tuition for 8 week course: $55 For payment and registration, call SCNOVA at 703-281-0601 or mail check to Shepherd's Center, 541 Marshall Rd. SW, Vienna, VA 22180. Anyone who is unfamiliar with using Zoom can contact Mike Mulreany at mulreany@verizon.net to register for a Zoom training session on April 20th from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.

Youth in Action: Sustainable Agriculture

04/22/2021 to 04/25/2021

4th street & Independence Ave, SW, Washington, DC 20560

This panel discussion brings together young Indigenous leaders to address the role that traditional ecological knowledge plays in their work as farmers and entrepreneurs. With the onset of COVID-19 and ongoing issues of climate change, investing in sustainable agriculture and food production more important than ever. Moderated by Michaela Pavlat (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians). Panelists include Kelsey Ducheneaux-Scott (Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe), Jack Poshano (Hopi) and Marco Ovando (Shoshone-Paiute Tribe). This program is part of the museum’s Living Earth Virtual Festival, which features Native experts who work to create innovative, robust and ecologically sound food systems and agriculture businesses. This project is made possible through the generous support of the Native American Agriculture Fund. Youth in Action: Conversations About Our Future is a monthly program led by young Native activists and changemakers from across the Western Hemisphere who are working toward equity and social justice for Indigenous peoples. Topics vary from month to month. Advance registration is not required for the spring 2021 programs. Image credit: Peruvian woman preparing chuño, 2018. Photography by hadynyay, iStock.com

Living Earth Virtual Festival 2021

04/22/2021 to 04/25/2021

4th street & Independence Ave, SW, Washington, DC 20560

Part I: The Business of Agriculture in Indian Country. In celebration of Earth Day, the museum’s annual festival brings together Native innovators and practitioners dedicated to using Indigenous knowledge to protect and sustain the environment. Through conversations, film screenings and cooking demonstrations, explore agriculture trends, innovations and sustainability in Indigenous communities and Native-owned businesses. Opening remarks by Notah Begay III (Navajo/San Felipe/Isleta), four-time PGA Tour champion, sportscaster and founder of the Notah Begay III Foundation. The festival is made possible through the generous support of the Native American Agriculture Fund.