Looking for a way to fill the economic gap between clients? The Job Club holds regular networking and information meetings on all topics of traditional employment, including part-time and temporary full-time gigs. Enclosed are some fliers with more information about networking and socializing activities. Also enclosed is an article about job rejection which originally appeared on LinkedIn.
It’s a warm day in May. You pick up a coffee to go, head outside to enjoy the spring, and see…a belly dancer in Broadway Plaza? Or hear the strains of acoustic guitar drifting across Uncle Sam Plaza? Or enjoy folk tales told by exquisite puppets in a miniature theater outside a local café?
It’s all part of a new initiative called Live Arts Arlington. Performances will be popping up in public places in the Town Center this May and June thanks to the volunteer arts activists who work together as the Programs & Festivals Committee, a new group formed by the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture. Live Arts is the Committee’s first project, a pilot effort in partnership with artists designed to encourage public performance and creation in the Town. The group has invited diverse artists to step out and share their expertise on sidewalks, parks and plazas where people will encounter and enjoy their work.
Here’s the June, 2019 listing of events: