Columbus | Detroit Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - March 28
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There's still time to participate in our March Kindness Gift Card Drive! You can help spread kindness to Star House youth by donating gift cards to their favorite grocery stores and restaurants. Learn how you can get involved by visiting http://starhouse.us/events.
TODAY! All are welcome to come to the @QCBookBank for their quarterly book giveaway. Stop in to pick up gently used children's books. March 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1200 Gest Street.
It’s common for your child to have their hearing screened while in school. If a concern about hearing arises at other times, a screening may be requested as well. https://cle.clinic/3Acm4OG
Join our Michigan Butterfly Network by attending an online training Sat, May 13 at 11 a.m. Register for this free, beginner workshop hosted by Kalamazoo Nature Center to learn how to identify butterflies and monitor your own buttterfly route. Register: https://naturecenter.doubleknot.com/event/virtual-butterfly-monitoring-training/2967291
Grab the popcorn and settle in - it's showtime, baby! Tune in to "Spotlight Detroit," at 9 PM ET online at http://www.dptv.org/live or watch live on local TV on @detroitpublictv (channel 56)
The ZMA is searching for a new full-time Collection Coordinator.
The Collection Coordinator plays a vital role in ensuring the presentation and preservation of art at the museum.
Visit https://www.zanesvilleart.org/collections-position to see the full listing and to apply!
Do you know a gifted local artist, talented arts educator, or change-making advocate who brings the arts to life and shapes our community’s culture? Nominate them for our annual #ArtsAliveAwards, in any of our eleven categories, through March 31!
Through grant-making, we partner with area organizations, supporting projects that reflect the needs and diversity of our region and serve our donors’ shared desire to enhance the quality of life for people in Muskegon County, now and far into the future.