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VU February Event- Living Classrooms Foundation at UA House

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Feb 10 10:00AM - 1:00PM

We will be spreading good vibes at the UA House onSaturday,Feb.10.The UA House at Fayette operated by Living Classrooms is the heartbeat of theTarget Investment Zoneandserves over 100 students daily with academic enrichment, health, sportsandphysical fitness educationandcareer development. It also serves adults with workforce development, career services, entrepreneurial development,andGEDandESL support.This is a large event and we are excited to support every aspect of it!

Event Details:

  • We'll have 160 VU volunteers at theLiving Classrooms Foundation/UA House to support the LCF's 'A Family AfFAIR' community event (1100 E. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD 21202).

  • Volunteers will split into groups to help support various aspects of the event including:setup and check in, make crafts, oversee games like tug of war, football, soccer, mini golf, and cornhole, and work with parents and other adults with resume writing and career readiness activities.We're excited to offer you an event where we will work hand in hand will fellow community members, so this should be something very special.

  • We will also be helpingthe Believe in Tomorrow Children's Foundation and the Y of Central Maryland assembling Valentine's Day crafts, and crafts for the Y's Read Across America week, which will champion literacywhile celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday.

  • PARKING- Volunteers are asked to use onstreet parking on Colvin, E. Fayette or Aisquith streets, and enter the building using the Fayette Street entrance. The gym door at the top of the ramp will be open.

And now for the Afterparty..

  • We're heading toOwl Barlocated within The Belvedere (One E. Chase Street, Baltimore)for appetizer and drink specials. It's a 5 minute drive - the easiest way to get there from the event is to hop on 83-North and get off on the Chase Street exit.NOTE: the bar is inside the Belvedere Hotel,so you won't see it from the street. Walk through the lobby and head to the left to enter the bar. Andddd you should probably know that the Owl Bar was a speakeasy in the 1920s Prohibition era. Just another reason to join us for the afterparty.We hope you can make it!

Peace and Love,

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