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  1. NORFOLK SOCIETY FOR CEMETERY CONSERVATION (NSCC) VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS

    April 1 - November 30 @ Elmwood Cemetery

    NORFOLK SOCIETY FOR CEMETERY CONSERVATION (NSCC) VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS: Tasks include landscape maintenance, beautification projects, and monument restoration and cleaning. Check calendar for more info: http://www.norfolksocietyforcemeteryconservation.org/

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  2. Offsite Gallery: Form/Contrast By Christopher Kozak & Mensah Bey

    August 16, 10:00 AM - October 4, 9:00 PM @ MacArthur Center

    Form/Contrast By Christopher Kozak & Mensah Bey With a focus on a modern interpretation of the human form, Christopher Kozak & Mensah Bey present the human figure from contrasting vantage points. Comic centered backgrounds create courageous, illustrative settings for Christopher Kozak's figures. Vibrant , Afrocentric, humanoid abstractions move throughput Mensah Bey's paintings. Open Aug. 16-Oct. 4

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  3. Catherine Lee Brinkley Memorial Lecture Series—Beth Macy, Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company That Addicted America

    September 19, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Slover Library

    The Catherine Brinkley Memorial Lecture series returns to Slover Library for a second year, bringing award-winning authors to discuss their books for this year’s theme: Resilience. Beth Macy is the author of the critically acclaimed and New York Times-bestselling books, Factory Man and Truevine. Her third nonfiction narrative is Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America (2018). Growing out of three decades of reporting from the same Virginia communities in her prior books, Dopesick unpacks the most intractable social problems of our time: the opioid crisis. Set against a landscape of job loss, corporate greed and stigma, the book takes readers into the epicenter of the nation’s opioid addiction. Each lecture is free and open to the public, and a reception and book signing will be available.

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