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Lifestyle Development Workshop

This workshop is geared towards helping artists and entrepreneurs create a lifestyle by turning your hobby into your professional calling.

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Free Galleries Ticket

Your FREE Galleries Ticket will allow you unlimited access on the day of your visit to all the displays open in our Permanent Galleries and the Wharf 7 Heritage Centre. You can also access our popular Cabinet of Curiosities  when programmed (suitable for all ages) and our Mini Mariners Play Space  - designed especially for children under age 5. To access everything the mueum has to offer including special exhibitions and our fleet of vessels please purchase a Big Ticket. Ticket is valid any day and for 12 months from date of purchase. More information See our Plan Your Visit page for everything you need to know about a trip to the museum. Download our Visitor App now, before you come to the museum.Take it for a test drive today and discover just how much there is to discover - for free.http://www.anmm.gov.au/visit/app Become a Maritime Museum Member and receive FREE or discounted entry to all our events and exhibitions, as well as many other benefits. Receive our e-newsletters for the latest news including special offers, advance bookings, sneak previews and more. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates and to join the conversation.

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June-July Exhibits @ Art Works!

See 5 new art shows and tour 75 artist studios. Visit us Tuesdays – Sundays 12 – 6 PM. These exhibits continue through July 18th. Admission is free and open to the public This year everything is so very different from past years. As we cope with current events, helping our neighbors, supporting our causes and families, we asked artists to focus on art that portrays the past, the present, and future-hopes of summertime–the theme of the All Media Show. Also, showcasing is Tim Harper’s exhibit (Deconstruct/Reconstruct), Tom Campbell’s show (I Wonder…), and a digital exhibit, Let’s Go Crazy – Abstract Art by Central Virginia Art League.

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Waikiki Historic Trail (Part 2 of 2)

Waikīkī Historic Trail  (Part 2 of a 2 part series) Dates for 2019 are as follows: Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019 *Cancelled* Wednesday, Sep. 25, 2019 Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019 Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019 Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019 THERE WILL BE NO WALKS SCHEDULED FOR January 2020. AGENDA:            8:15am - 8:30am       Check in at the Pauahi Statue in the Royal Grove of the Royal Hawaiian Center (located near iL Lupino Trattoria & the Helumoa Hale Guest Services ) 8:30am - 8:35am       Pre-Test (using your mobile device) 8:35am - 10:50am     Waikīkī Historic Trail 10:50am - 11:00am   EVALUATION WHERE TO PARK:  Public Parking is availabe at the Royal Hawaiian Center (RHC), parking fees apply.  With a minimum $10 purchase from any RHC tenant, the first two hours are free, the next two hours are $2 each.  Standard rates ($2 for 20 min. or $6/hr.) apply, thereafter.  Please know that Part 2 will start at the Royal Grove at the Royal Hawaiian Center and end at the Kalia area near the Hilton Hawaiian Village.  You may park anywhere you wish but please know that you do so at your own risk.  For those with accessibility needs or who have electronic vehicles, An Electric Vehicle Charging Station is located on Level 4 of the Center Parking Garage. A (2) two hour maximum charging time is allowed. Please check-in at the SP+ parking office, located on Level 2 after connecting. Questions? Please call SP+ Parking at (808) 971-2844. WHERE TO MEET:  Participants will meet NaHHA staff at the Bernice Pauahi Statue located in the Royal Grove at the Royal Hawaiian Center (between iL Lupino Trattoria and Helumoa Hale Guest Services) between 8:15am and 8:30am.  NaHHA's staff will be wearing a bright orange polo shirt.  If you get lost or are running late, please call 594-9226 as soon as possible. WHAT TO WEAR:  Please wear comfortable walking shoes or covered footwear.  No barefoot participants please!  Please dress accordingly, cotton fabrics and dry weave technology tend to breathe better on hot and humid days.  If you have a handheld fan please feel free to bring that.  Shirts and pants, shorts, and/or skirts are required.  Participants in "Beachwear", for example swimsuits with no cover-up, or surf shorts with no shirt, will not be allowed to participate.  WHAT TO BRING:  Participants should bring plenty of water.  Please wear sunscreen.  Participants are also encouraged to hydrate before coming on the tour.  Hats, fans, and other "sunny day" apparel such as sunglasses or umbrellas are encouraged.  WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:  This guided walking tour will help participants to learn the unique cultural legacy of Waikīkī.  We will explore the lives of Hawaii’s leaders in both ancient and modern times.  We will visit it's many historic sites, discuss important people, and historic events that helped to shape Waikīkī into what we see it as today.  Participants will build an awareness of the significance of the “Wahi Pana” of Waikīkī  as both a sacred place to Hawaiians and a living history in the modern world.  It is our kuleana (responsibility) as hosts of our place to understand and know the lineage of our historical leaders, their cultural legacy, and how their decisions impact our community in modern times. Any participants with health concerns that may inhibit them during the walk or may be agrivated by the heat or sun should also identify themselves to NaHHA staff.  Other documentation will also be required of participants to further NaHHA's mission and goals.  Mahalo for your participation and we look forward to seeing all of you soon! COSTS:  This is a guided tour with a Cultural Historian.  There must be a minimum of 15 participants before the tour can be conducted.  Fees are $30 per person.  **If you are a Hospitality Industry professional, those fees can be waived by answering a few questions included in this registration.   DISCLAIMER:  NaHHA reserves the right to cancel the session and will refund 100% of the ticket cost due to extreme weather, Acts of God, or if the minimum of 15 participants is not met 2 business days prior to the session.  Ticket sales close on the Monday at 4pm prior to the tour.  If the 15 person minimum is not met, the class will be cancelled and all tickets refunded.  You must provide a valid phone number and email when you purchase your ticket.  If contact cannot be made, your refund will be donated to NaHHA. This session is for adults only.  Children under the age of 18 are not permitted to attend.  Please make alternative arrangements/plans for childcare.  Mahalo nui. Mahalo to the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority for their support of this and other NaHHA programs.

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HackerX - Budapest (Full-Stack) Employer Ticket - 4/30

HackerX is an invite-only recruiting event for developers in 120+ cities globally and has a community of over 100,000+ members. We've hand-picked some of the top developers in your city so you don't have to. Meet face-to-face with qualified developers and make your next great hire. MEET 60+ TOP FULL-STACK SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS Our events are organized in rapid speed-dating format (5 minutes each) to keep things engaging and fun. It ensures you can meet the most developers. WHY ATTEND? - Get in front of developers face-to-face and build up your candidate pipeline- Showcase your company's brand and technologies to let the developer community know you're hiring.- After the event, we'll also provide you a list of registrations (~100) so you can scout and reach out after the event.   FAQ Q: What should I bring?A: We recommend bringing an iPad or laptop to show off your company. You're also welcome to bring banners, other visuals, and swag. Q: Can I bring multiple people?A: Absolutely, but you will need to buy an additional ticket for each person. We highly recommend having multiple people to be able to work the room.  Q: How do you ensure quality?Q: To ensure quality, our events are invite-only for developers so almost everyone has a solid work history or background. Q: Do you collect a commission?A: No, we never take a fee outside of the ticket price. QUOTES "HackerX is a great event that connects job seekers and employers seeking engineering talent. BitTorrent participated in 3 events and ended up hiring 3 engineers for key positions." FARID FADAIE, SENIOR DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT - BITTORRENT "HackerX has been very beneficial for TrueCar as it gives us an opportunity to meet and talk with prospective candidates. The casual environment puts the candidate at ease so they can represent themselves to the fullest. We have successfully hired several candidates!"  CHRIS MARTIN, MANAGER OF TALENT ACQUISITION - TRUECAR  HackerX - Host     Sponsored By:   Organized by HackerX 237 Kearny St #245San Francisco, CA 94108  WebsiteContact Us

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CNV e LINGUAGGIO DEL CORPO - ROMA

“Ciò che sei urla così forte che non riesco ad ascoltare ciò che dici!” Ralph Waldo Emerson Il linguaggio del corpo è una vera e propria lingua, che tutti parliamo ma che solo il 2% della popolazione riesce a capire correttamente (fonte: Paul Ekman).Uno sguardo, un toccamento, grattarsi il naso, spolverarsi la giacca, stringere le labbra… tutto ha un significato, e saperlo leggere correttamente ci può aiutare nel migliorare la nostra comunicazione. Il corpo si esprime sempre e comunque, anche senza il nostro permesso; e laddove cerchiamo di controllarlo, lui trova il modo di esprimersi e di esprimere anche il suo dissenso verso il nostro controllo.Ma il rischio di interpretare male i segnali del corpo altrui, o di inviare messaggi errati e incongruenti è molto alto. Anzi, spesso chi si occupa di CNV tende a interpretare troppo e tutto, perdendo le sfumature veramente significative del Linguaggio del Corpo. Per questo è fondamentale conoscere e studiare la Comunicazione Non Verbale con un approccio scientifico e libero da smanie di voler “sgamare” gli altri. Conoscere il Linguaggio del Corpo e le Microespressioni ci permette di capire veramente bene gli altri, le loro emozioni, i loro stati mentali ed entrare ancora più semplicemente in empatia e sintonia con loro. Inoltre, ci permette di migliorare la nostra Comunicazione, rendendola più Efficace, più Efficiente, più Elegante, più Persuasiva e più d’Impatto.Ovviamente, i campi di applicazione della CNV e del Linguaggio del Corpo sono tanti quante sono le attività che richiedono delle interazioni umane: dalla vendita alla genitorialità, dalla gestione delle risorse umane alle attività investigative, dalla didattica alla sicurezza, dalle attività sanitarie a tutte le relazioni di aiuto.Il corso non svela segreti o tecniche magiche, ma fornisce “nuovi occhi” con cui osservare scientificamente il comportamento e la gestualità altrui, oltre a modelli di osservazione strategica.   “Chi sospetta un inganno dovrebbe fare più attenzione alla voce e al corpo” Paul Ekman   PROGRAMMA:- I falsi miti della Comunicazione Non Verbale- Neurologia della CNV - Premesse Metodlogiche: CIC, TTT e tempi della CNV- Prossemica: le 4 distanze- Postura e Portamento- Segnali di Gradimento- Segnali di Tensione- Segnali di Rifiuto- Le (Micro)Espressioni Universali- La Respirazione- Il ParaVerbale- Gli indicatori di Incongruenza- Il contatto oculare - Il contatto fisico - Psicogeografia degli ambienti e degli uffici Formula di EFFICACIA FYM: 60% teoria e studio della CNV 40% pratica interattiva (video ed esercitazioni pratiche) Quota d'iscrizione: 590€ + iva La quota comprende: - corso (2 giornate - 14 ore);- materiali didattici cartacei; - materiali didattici digitali;- attestato di partecipazione; - rifrequenza gratuita del corso. INFORMAZIONIwww.fym.it/formazione/corsi/comunicazione-non-verbale/ BROCHURE DEL CORSOhttp://www.fym.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/SC01-CNV.pdf BIBLIOGRAFIA DEL CORSOhttp://www.fym.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Bibliografia01-CNV.pdf NUMERO VERDE GRATUITO: 800.14.87.37  

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Optimize Your Hydroprocessing - Topsoe Academy™ Catalyst and Technology Course

The role of the process engineer working with hydroprocessing, both hydrotreating and hydrocracking, is becoming increasingly more important, as the refiner strives for optimal solutions to obtain high-quality fuel products. To be able to optimize the yield and quality of the products, it is crucial to understand the theory and practice of hydroprocessing. Topsoe offers you our popular intensive hydroprocessing course specifically designed for refinery engineers. The objective of this course is to equip engineers with tools, enabling right decision-making to obtain the highest possible benefit of the units. Furthermore, it offers plenty of opportunities for discussing hydroprocessing issues with Topsoe’s experts and other hydroprocessing peers. Course topics Hydroprocessing reactions Catalyst selection and fundamental understanding Reaction kinetics and feedstock dependency Effect of operating conditions, optimal performance Yield and hydrogen consumption Understand your hydrotreater/hydrocracker layout Hydroprocessing overview (naphtha, kerosene, diesel-HDA, biodiesel, VGO) Catalyst loading and activation, monitoring, and troubleshooting Pressure drop control Reactor internals and scale catchers Renewable feeds Dewaxing Course activities During the course, the following activities will be included:• Topsoe will host a welcome dinner on day 1 (January 14)• Lunch and coffee breaks for both days (breakfast included in hotel) Practical information Date: January 14-16, 2020 (will finish at 1.00 pm on the 16th)Location: Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Kampung Tanjung Huma, 11100 George Town, Pulau PinangHotel: Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-LaFee: None (all course materials, meals and drinks during the course are included)Dress code: Business casualContacts: Nur Elyana Ishak, Executive Assistant, nei@topsoe.com Last sign-up Deadline for course sign-up: December 15, 2019Deadline for hotel sign-up: November 13, 2019 Hotel accommodation Topsoe has secured rooms at the Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La located in Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Kampung Tanjung Huma, George Town, Pulau Pinang at a special rate. The rate per night is (Single/Twin):Superior Room: RM350.00nett (~85 USD) (incl. service charge, tax and breakfast) Deluxe Room: RM450.00nett (~110 USD) (incl. service charge, tax and breakfast) Once you have filled out this registration form online you will receive a confirmation email which will include a link to the hotel reservation. In order to secure your room, you will need to click the link and complete the reservation details and submit it directly to the hotel. For any further enquries on the room reservation, you may contact Mr.Gerald Wan Tom (geraldwan.tom@shangri-la.com) • Deadline for reservation is November 13, 2019• Payment for the hotel accommodation will take place on departure Guarantee In order to guarantee your reservation in connection with the hotel booking, you will be asked to inform your credit card details. Your credit card will not be charged prior to your arrival and will only be used to guarantee your accommodation. You will need to present the same credit card when you check in. Please note that if you do not show up at the hotel on the day of arrival, a cancellation fee equivalent to the full pre-booked stay will apply as per hotel policy.

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“The Art of Unity” exhibit at Chauvet Arts

Join Chauvet Arts for “The Art of Unity” exhibit, a timely rotating show featuring the gallery's diverse roster of acclaimed artists during a time when artists are uniting more than ever. For more information about CHAUVET Arts, featured artists and upcoming exhibitions, please visit www.chauvetarts.com. 215 5th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 Open to the public five days a week, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Biker Church at Triple Tree Ministries

We are a christian church focused on the biker culture and motorcycle community. While we embrace Anabaptist principles we are a non-denominational ministry here in Lancaster County, PA We welcome everyone from all walks of life, Bikers & Non Bikers alike to join us as we journey together striving to live like Christ and share the good news of the Gospel with those we meet. We meet every Thursday evening at The Emmaus Road Cafe’ coffee house located at 1916 Lincoln Highway East (Rt. 462) Lancaster, PA 17602 Everything starts at 7:00PM but folks arrive between 6:15 and 7:00 for coffee. We are a very relaxed setting and everyone should feel welcome. Jeans and t-shirts are normal attire.

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Frozen (NY)

Cash, Visa, MC, Discover, American Express Available at Box Office during regular hours. Holiday Box Office Hours: Christmas Eve (12/24/19) - 10:00am-2:00pm Christmas Day (12/25/19) - CLOSED New Year's Eve (12/31/19) - CLOSED New Year's Day (1/1/20) - 12:00pm-7:00pm Box office hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm Sunday 11:00am - 7:00pm THE BOX OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FOR SALES IN PERSON ONLY. There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk. Please be advised that where there are steps within the theatre we are unable to provide assistance. Orchestra: Seating is accessible to the Orchestra without steps, but there are 1-2 steps up to access rows Q-T in the Center and Right Orchestra. Wheelchair seating is in the Orchestra only. Mezzanine: On the 2nd Level: up 29 steps from the Orchestra. There is no elevator to the Mezzanine. Entrance is behind row F. There are approximately 2 steps up/down per row. There are handrails along both sides of every aisle in the mezzanine. Balcony: On the 3rd level: up 76 steps from the Orchestra. There is no elevator to the Balcony. There are approximately 2 steps up/down per row. There are handrails along both sides of every aisle in the Balcony.

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