Potomac District Supervisor Andrea Bailey is hosting a virtual Town Hall on January 25th @ 11:00am. This will be an open platform for questions concerning the Potomac Magisterial District.
This will be available on all of my social media platforms:
Join us for everything you need for newborns to teens – all at bargain prices, all in one place! Over 65,000 items from 350 families. Shop for quality, brand name, gently used children’s clothing, toys, baby equipment, infant items, shoes, books, games, furniture and much more at up to 90% off retail!
Easy to navigate sale with a fast, automated check-out system. 1/2 price sale from 12pm-2pm.
Free Admission. Cash, check & credit cards (with photo ID) accepted. Due to space limitations, no personal strollers are allowed in the building. Proceeds benefit various ministries and missions of Christ Church.
For more details, visit our-
* facebook event – www.facebook.com/events/560462517838929
* facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/pg/CCChildrensConsignmentSale
* website – www.christchurchsale.com
What we’ll cover:
13 Pitfalls all First Time Home Buyers must avoid
Steps to buying a home
How to assemble a great team of professionals for the transaction
Renting vs. Buying
How to navigate today’s market and WIN in competitive offer situations
Zero Down Home Loans for First Time Home Buyers
Join us January 19th for our FREE home buying seminar hosted by Joe & Danielle Dedekind & the Simply Elite Home Team of Keller Williams Realty, Paula White of McLean Mortgage and Lisa Nichols & Leah Billings of Virginia Title Settlements & Solutions.
There will be plenty of drinks and some door prizes!
NOVA Fab Lab is opening in January! Explore the new facility, watch equipment demonstrations, and participate in hands on activities with laser engraving, robotics, sewable circuitry, and more. Open to the public with activities for pre-school aged to adults.
Performances for Pied Piper Theatre’s production of the Hunchback of Notre Dame are Saturday, January 25 at 2pm and 7pm and Sunday, January 26 at 3pm at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. Tickets can be purchased at tinyurl.com/PPTHunchback or by calling the Hylton Center box office. Group tickets are available to qualified groups of 8 or more by calling us at 703-330-2787.
Disfigured bell-ringer Quasimodo has lived his whole life locked away in Notre Dame, with only gargoyles and his caretaker, archdeacon Dom Claude Frollo keeping him company. Quasimodo longs to be “Out There” in Paris, and gets his chance during the Feast of Fools. After an encounter with beautiful gypsy Esmeralda, Quasimodo finds himself taken with her; but Claude Frollo and Captain Phoebus also become entranced by Esmeralda. As Frollo becomes bent on destroying the home of the gypsies, Quasimodo must assert his independence and defend the woman he loves and Notre Dame itself. Well-known songs such as “the Bells of Notre Dame”, “Topsy Turvey”, and “Hellfire” combined with a captivating story will have you asking, “What makes a monster, and what makes a man”? Directed by David Johnson with musical direction by Veronica Miller and choreography by Gretchen Lamb.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and book by Peter Parnell was originally developed by Disney Theatrical Productions. It is presented through special permission with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
Emerging Maryland Artist to Present Mixed Media Exhibit “It’s Complicated” at Center for the Arts
Exhibit Dates: February 7-March 27, 2020
Meet the Artist Reception: Saturday, February 8, 6-8 pm
(Hosted by the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.)
The Center for the Arts is pleased to present “It’s Complicated”, featuring emerging Baltimore artist Dr. Yemonja Smalls.
It’s Complicated…An Investigation into the Complexities of Relationships
When used to define the relationship, the uttered words, “it’s complicated” suggest hidden or unexplained snags, trickiness or entanglement that blur the beauty of the bond. In her first east coast solo show, Yemonja selects and assembles mixed media to convey the complexities that color relationships. In this investigative show, she explores both a metaphorical and literal process of breaking, tearing, hiding, layering and cementing to yield insight into what creates and maintains unions.
Through deconstructed and re-assembled materials, Yemonja presents multifaceted layers of said connections with precision. The chemistry of colors combined are held together, and even in fracture, everything remains whole. She presents reflections of life/death, self-love, soul-ties, and work-life balance, to name a few, for viewer dialogue.
About the Artist:
Dr. Yemonja Smalls is an artist with very little formal artistic training. Originally from Hershey, PA, but a recent Chicago, IL to Baltimore, MD transplant, she works in the Maryland Department of Health’s Developmental Disabilities Administration.
Yemonja completed her pre-doctoral internship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Kennedy Krieger Institute, and received her doctorate from Louisiana State University in clinical psychology. She is expanding her clinical skills with a master’s degree in Art Therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has interned at sites supporting adults with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, as well as African American teenage girls who experienced life trauma, and family caregivers who may be subject to secondary trauma, compassion fatigue and burnout.
Yemonja’s creations in various mediums have been exhibited in the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, on the set of the famous Fox Hit TV show “Empire”, Harold Washington Library, South Side Community Art Center, Gallery Guichard, Howard University, Hill Center Galleries, the Sojourner Family Peace Center among others, and reside in various private collections across the nation.
The Center for the Arts is located at 9419 Battle Street in historic Manassas. The Center for the Arts is open daily from 10 AM – 5 PM Mon – Fri; 1 PM – 5 PM Saturday.
Center for the Arts, Jordan Exum: 703-330-2787 – email@example.com
9419 Battle St, Manassas, VA 20110
center-for-the-arts.org / instagram: @cfamanassas
Dr. Yemonja Smalls
Mixed Media/Wood Assembly
Opening Remarks: Yesli Vega, Coles District Supervisor
Speaker: Alan Rowsome, Executive Director, Northern Virginia Conservation Trust
Conservation Easements permanently protect open spaces and rural lands. They can encompass the full range of keeping land in private ownership, creating public recreation opportunities, preservation wildlife habitat, and/or enabling stewardship of working farms they are tailored to each property. Conservation easements are an effective toll for landowners who seek to protect the natural and historic values of their land while maintaining ownership.
Each easement is unique. They easement terms are negotiated between the landowner and a qualified conservation organization With a conservation easement, the landowner retains the typical rights of property ownership, such as choosing whether and what to farm, selling the land, and passing it on to heirs. This program will cover tax incentives for land conservation and partnership across programs.
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