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Arts & Culture Events

  1. 400 Years Later…’free-ish

    February 8, 2020, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Slover Library

    In celebration of African American History Month, The Nate Parker Foundation and Slover Library present "400 Years Later…’free-ish." Join us for a screening and discussion of parts III and IV of this four-part docuseries. "400 Years Later…’free-ish" explores the 400-year anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Virginia in late August 1619. The films capture this epic milestone through the journey of fifteen HBCU students as they explore past and present race relations in the birthplace of American slavery. The documentaries follow the students in their efforts to promote racial healing and reconciliation as they grapple with Virginia’s contentious history and the racial issues these monuments present. Part III Confederate Monuments: Heritage or Hatred? Part IV Monuments that Heal In Room 650.

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  2. Sense & Sensibility at Virginia Stage Company

    February 8, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wells Theater

    Jane Austen’s words come to life again in the comedic follow up to the best-selling play in Virginia Stage history, PRIDE & PREJUDICE. After their father's sudden death leaves them destitute, the Dashwood sisters must navigate the gossipy world of late 19th century England. Full of humor and bold theatricality, this energetic take on the classic follows the sisters’ journey as they learn the importance of both sense and sensibility in a world where love and money aren’t mutually exclusive.

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Community/Neighborhood Event

  1. Norfolk Public Schools Teacher Job Fair

    February 8, 2020, 8:30 AM @ Crossroads K-8 School

    Norfolk Public Schools representatives will be inviting highly qualified candidates to join the Norfolk schools family where they will find a multi-layered community of support that includes experienced mentors, robust professional development, and upward mobility. Representatives will specifically be looking for teachers with experience in: Art, Elementary education (K-5), English, Foreign language, History/social science, Music, Mathematics, Science, Special education, School psychology, Speech pathology. Teachers should bring a completed application that can be found at and copies of supporting credentials including a valid teaching license, transcripts, assessment scores, recent summative or student teaching evaluations, and references.

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