Experience the healing potential of creativity in the ARTfactory’s upcoming Abstract Art Workshop with Martin Cervantez June 29-July 1 (6-8:30 pm) at Windy Knoll Farm in Nokesville. Martin shares his passion for engaging and surprising the viewer through uniquely artistic manipulation of acrylic paint. Learn textural tools and innovative techniques to create vibrant art with this versatile medium. This is the first of two sessions; each session features three consecutive evening lessons. The content between the sessions will vary, so feel free to sign up for both this June 29-July 1 session AND the July 6-8 session if you want to maximize your time with Martin! 15 – Adult.
Abstract Art Workshops with Martin Cervantez
Worship in person may take a hiatus, but hunger doesn’t. Since we aren’t yet gathering in person for worship, our weekly food offerings haven’t been collected. So, in the interim, on the second Sunday of each month, we will assemble all food offerings that GSLC members and friends have dropped off at the church over the prior four weeks. Drop it off anytime you like – if Pastor or another staff person isn’t in the office, you can leave it in the doorway and we’ll get it inside when we arrive.
To join this ZOOM meeting please email Pastor Mark with you name and email address. He can be reached at pastor@GoodShepherdWoodbridge.org and will send additional instructions on bible study. This will be a 4 week bible study offered on two dates, beginning Sunday, August 23 at 8:00 PM and Tuesday, August 25 at 7:30 PM.
Rev. Lenny Duncan, is a black ELCA pastor from NY. His book “Dear Church: A Love Letter from a Black Preacher to the Whitest Denomination in the US” addresses his experience of racism in the ELCA as well as that of others and offers a frank discussion of a way forward for followers of Christ.
The Prince William Chamber of Commerce knows that parents need resources and information on what to do in this unprecedented start to the new school year and we are here to help!
Virtual booths, allow you to visit as you wish, speak directly to representatives and have your questions answered! We are featuring businesses that want to help parents navigate this new world!
ARTfactory and You! Presented by ARTfactory Manassas-11am,
How to stay active with Premiere Martial Arts Manassas-10am and Navigating Financial Challenges with Northwest Federal Credit Union-9am!
Our closing keynote speaker (12pm), Radhika Bajaj from Bookwork Central will discuss the importance of literature beyond the ‘read time’ and how parents can incorporate literature into the family lexicon!
Free and Open to the public!
Northwest Federal Credit Union
Premier Martial Arts
Huntington Learning Center
PW Service Authority
Bristow Montessori School
Boys Scouts of America
Northern Virginia Family Services
Showcase Dance Studio
Imagination Learning Center
Thinking about going to college for acting or getting ready for those college auditions? There’s so much information out there but where do you start? ARTfactory’s college prep workshop for actors will help get you started!
This workshop is held online with a LIVE instructor. Mimi Robinson, who works with the Broadway Artists Alliance in NYC, will discuss the types of degrees available to performers, how to create a “smart list” of schools, what prescreens are and how to tackle them, material selection, and other requirements for getting through college auditions. It will be followed with a “mock audition” in the second class.
First class begins THIS SATURDAY! Open to ages 15-20. Register by visiting https://www.virginiaartfactory.org/events/college-prep-workshop-for-actors-online/or calling 703-330-2787.
The ARTfactory is excited to share with you a LIVE online workshop in watercolor painting with Mike Flynn!
May 26, 27, 28 from 10:30am-11:15am (Tue-Thu). Open to ages 15-Adult. Register here.
Three mini lessons focused on one complete painting taught by live demonstration. Enjoy a clear view of the instructor’s hand working through techniques step-by-step. Students may paint along with Mike, ask questions, share feedback, and socialize through art and creativity! We will finish with a follow-up meeting to share finished artwork and receive helpful feedback. Register early to allow yourself time to obtain your supplies. Supply list can be found on the registration page of the workshop.
All online classes are offered with a live instructor and limited class size to provide an engaging learning environment for all participants. Online classes are presented using Zoom, so please download Zoom to an online device prior to class.
Humanity First Food Pantry at Masroor Mosque will have next food distribution on Sunday, April 19 between 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM, at Masroor Mosque, 5640 Hoadly Road, Manassas, 20112.
Orders must be submitted online by 5:00 PM, Friday, April 17 via the following link:
Masroor Mosque – Food Pantry
NOVANT HEALTH UVA HEALTH SYSTEM PROUDLY PRESENTS:
What’s Up, Doc?
An all-female panel discussion and Q&A with six local experts about women’s healthcare needs in 2020.
The Panel will include:
Heidi D. Rafferty, MD
Breast Surgeon Dr. Rafferty specializes in comprehensive breast health management, treatment of and lifetime
follow- up for breast cancer patients, management of high-risk breast tissue and genetic testing.
Jennifer N. An, MD
Obstetrics/Gynecology Specialist Dr. An enjoys caring for and supporting women in their healthcare needs at all stages of life. She has particular interest in obstetrics, family planning and bleeding problems.
Karyn L. O’Brien, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist and Novant Health UVA Health System Senior Director for Behavioral Health and Diversity and Inclusion Dr. O’Brien believes that a trusted behavioral health specialist can be an essential addition to a woman’s care team.
Janet L. Breslin, FNP-BC
Board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner Janet Breslin focuses on women’s health, adolescents and diabetes. She looks not only at treatment of the disease but also prevention and overall patient wellness.
Aysha Arshad, MD, FACC, FHRS, FAHA
Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center Electrophysiology Lab Director Dr. Arshad is passionate about women’s heart health and helps treat the unique heart health needs of area women.
Rabia Arshad, MD, FACC
Non-invasive Cardiologist Dr. Arshad’s specific field of interest is in cardiac imaging. She believes that preventative care is essential to early detection of heart disease, which is the number one killer of women.
Join the Iota Epsilon Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated, as we host our 2020 Annual YoutJoin the Iota Epsilon Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated, as we host our 2020 Annual Youth Symposium “Elevating Our Youth: Civically, Socially and Physically”
Saturday, March 14, 2020 Fred Lynn Middle School. Woodbridge, VA 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
The Symposium is just one initiative of our national signature program, Project Reassurance, which has incorporated the theme of “H3: It’s All About Me – Healthy Choices, Healthy Living, Healthy Generations.”
We live in a time in which protecting our youth is imperative to survival. Equipping the youth with the skills and competencies to not only advocate for themselves but also their peers is important. For parents and guardians, it is important to know and understand what affects the youth, and to be able to support and advocate on their behalf is also important. The goal of the symposium is to create dialogue, have opportunities for youth to connect to community resources, and to provide inspiration for making positive and long-last change.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., is a non-profit organization with the aim to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and the education of youth are hallmarks of the organization’s programs and activities.
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