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Forest Watch Training

Monday, February 2nd 2015 - 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
at Jefferson-Madison Regional Library
201 E. Market St

Forest Watch Training 

What are the threats to our national forests?  How can you stop them? 
Wild Virginia is proud to offer an informative discussion of “hows” and “whys” of national forest plans and projects. 

February 2nd 
6:45-8:45pm
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library

 

Learn about the new George Washington National Forest Plan and how it relates to major work on the ground in our forests.
Sign-up now to build your skills to protect and defend our precious national forests!  

No experience necessary.

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Saturday, February 7th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

Silhouettes by Studio Zero

Saturday, February 7th 2015 - 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
at Ash Lawn-Highland
2050 James Monroe Pkwy

Margo Hamilton and Ron Evans of Studio Zero Photography will offer couples and individual sittings for their modern take on the silhouette at Ash Lawn-Highland on Saturday, February 7th from 11 am to 5 pm.

These silhouettes make wonderful Valentine’s Day, birthday, and anniversary gifts. Sittings with Margo and Ron at their studio at McGuffey Art Center in downtown Charlottesville are normally $100. This on-site offering presents significant savings while giving the opportunity to support Ash Lawn-Highland. Thirty percent of all proceeds will go toward educational programming at the historic estate of James Monroe.

Each 15-minute sitting is free of charge and includes a complimentary tour of the Monroe house to be redeemed that day for up to two people. Ron and Margo are offering three print options:

Option 1: Solo or couple 5×7 ($30)
Option 2: Solo or couple 8×10 ($40)
Option 3: Deluxe couple 8×10 ($80) – Based on the silhouettes of James and Elizabeth Monroe.

Payment must be made in person via cash or check. Space is limited. To reserve your sitting, sign-up easily through SignUpGenius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f094dabab22abfd0-silhouettes

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Sunday, February 8th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Monday, February 9th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Tuesday, February 10th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Wednesday, February 11th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

Monroe and Crises of Slavery

Wednesday, February 11th 2015 - 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
at Ash Lawn-Highland
2050 James Monroe Parkway

In honor of African American History Month, scholar Nicholas Wood will give a lecture, free and open to the public, on James Monroe and slavery at Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe, Wednesday, February 11 at 4 pm.

This talk will focus on two episodes of crisis that James Monroe dealt with in executive capacities: Gabriel’s slave rebellion of 1800 during his governorship and the Missouri Crisis of 1819-1820 during his presidency. Both events demonstrated the threat slavery posed to the nation, in the form of domestic insurrections and sectional controversies that could destroy the union. In response to these crises, Monroe increased his support for suppressing the Atlantic slave trade and establishing a program of colonizing freed slaves in Africa. Yet Monroe’s own son-in-law and many other white southerners vehemently opposed these forms of moderate antislavery. Monroe struggled to advance antislavery while preserving the Union, efforts that were further complicated by recurrent diplomatic tensions with Great Britain.

About Nicholas Wood

Nicholas Wood received his PhD from the University of Virginia in 2013 and is a National Endowment for the Humanities postdoctoral fellow at the Library Company of Philadelphia. He is preparing a book manuscript, entitled Before Garrison: Antislavery & Politics in the New Nation, and has published articles on black disenfranchisement and the politics of slavery in the Journal of the Early Republic and the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Wood has held research fellowships at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies, the Henry Huntington Library, the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies, and the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.

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Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Thursday, February 12th 2015 - 12:00 am
at UVA Medical Center
UVA Medical Center

Did you know that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect in the United States?  About 1 in every 110 babies is born with a congenital heart defect.

As a parent, learning your child has a heart defect can be devastating.  But now there’s hope.  Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization that helps parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects or heart disease.

Mended Little Hearts of Charlottesville supports local families with hope and encouragement as they work through their special challenges.

Visit www.mlhcharlottesville.org for more information.  Little hearts hold big hopes!

There will also be a blood drive at UVA Medical Center on Feb. 6!

Quadruplicity DL

Quadruplicity

Thursday, February 12th 2015 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
at Double Tree Hotel
999 Hilton Heights Rd.

 
 
VISION: #1 local conference that sets the standard for women’s success
MISSION: To be an inspiring professional event which includes Education, Networking, Personal Growth, Mentoring Opportunities and Leadership Development
VALUES: Inclusion, Professional & Personal Development, Balance

The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Quadruplicity Women’s Conference is a transformative business event that gives women & men valuable insight and applicable knowledge needed to take charge of what is most important to them.

The term “Quadruplicity” grew from recognizing the four main aspects of our lives: READ MORE

Click here to register!

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