What’s Happening Today – January 30, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We head over to the Caroline County Public Library to learn about the MakerSpace. It’s the place for 3D printing, gaming, coding, and virtual reality, along with a green screen for video. Basically, it introduces new technologies that can be experienced at the library. Click this link to learn more about the program, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Then we’re talking about anxiety in children. Dr. Suni Jani, is here to help us understand it. She’s a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, & Adult Psychiatrist with Community Behavioral Health.
We’ll also learn how a young man pursues a hobby he loves, and he’s raising a few eyebrows while he’s at it. Aryavir Sangwan would love for you to get in on his passion for running. He’ll share some advice that can help.
We’re talking trends with the folks from the Milestone Event Center when it comes to weddings. We’ll also hear how you can get a lot of help checking off everything on that “to do” list if you’re planning the wedding of your dreams.
It may be January but for some people, the season for giving is never over. That’s the mindset of the team at Avery Hall Insurance. All year long, they proudly support organizations on Delmarva that are doing big things. Now, that support is benefiting Habitat For Humanity Choptank, as we hear from DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield.
Salisbury University celebrates Black History Month with a series of Discussions in February. Dr. Richard J.M. Blackett, professor of history at Vanderbilt University, inaugurates this year’s events with the presentation “Taking leave: How Fugitive Slaves Influenced The Debate Over The Future Of Slavery.” This Presentation is Thursday, February 7th at 7 P.m. , in the Wicomico Room of the Guerrieri Student Union.
This weekend you can help with the effort to restore the Richard Allen school in Georgetown by attending a gala. The Richard Allen school in Georgetown opened its doors in the 1920s as one of eighty schools built for African American children in Delaware by philanthropist Pierre S. Dupont. “A proud legacy – a promising future” the Richard Allen Coalition 4th Annual Gala is set for Saturday, February 2nd – 5 p-m – at the cheer center in Georgetown. For ticket information, contact Betty Deacon at 302-644-4303. No tickets will be sold at the door.