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ROOTSFest 2011 is a 5-day celebration of arts and culture, and an exploration of the ways by which art and culture may be used to foster healing, leadership and sustainability in our communities.

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 Futuro Latino Learning Center Saturday Programming   Feb Mar Apr May Average Session I           Conversation Participants 37 20 17 3  7 Conversation Volunteers 16 11 23 5  5 Kids’ Play Kids 4 3 1  3 1 Kids’ Play Volunteers 6 5 8  1 2             […]

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For over 45 years, members of AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) have actively served low-income areas by mobilizing people, businesses and organizations with the goal of creating sustainable healthy communities.  Throughout the year, AmeriCorps*VISTA provides full-time members to nonprofit, faith-based and other community organizations, and public agencies to create and expand programs that bring […]

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Volunteers needed to assist residents in a small community assisted living home. Residents need assistance with socialization activities and academics. Any amount of time will be appreciated!  Please call:  443-386-5323 Volunteer_flyer

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Immaculate Conception Parish, Towson, Adult Faith Formation Ministry is in the process of developing our schedule of events for 2011-2012.  We need young volunteers to provide child care so that more parishioners can attend our presentations on weekday evenings, around 7 pm with a few possibly during the weekend.  Volunteers are required to participate in […]

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SAVE THE DATE! CELEBRATE HEALTH, FITNESS, FREEDOM, FRIENDSHIP AND SPRING!  Baltimore County Volunteers (BCV) and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), in partnership with the Baltimore County Health Department, are recruiting volunteers and participants for the HEALTH FREEDOM WALK: A Path to Wellness 5K walk. By volunteering you may help with set-up, registration, greeting, […]

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 Early Bird Registration: Need 20 volunteers March 28th-April 1st –           Assist with packaging, collating, binding Girl Registrations –          When: March 28th-April 1st –          Where: 4806 Seton Drive Baltimore, MD 21215 –          Time: as many hours as you can offer (please provide dates and times) –          Staff will be packaging, collating, and binding registrations during our […]

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Goucher College will hold a screening of The King of Arts, a documentary featuring Baltimore-born Dan Keplinger’s struggle with cerebral palsy and his work as an artist, on Monday, February 14, at 4 p.m. in the Pinkard Room of the Athenaeum. A Q&A session with Keplinger will follow the documentary. This event is free and […]

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Join us every 1st and 3rd Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Real Food Farm, an urban farm in Clifton Park in northeast Baltimore (more info at real-food-farm.org). Our volunteer projects vary every month from planting and weeding to building new hoophouses and a pavilion. Come enjoy hot coffee at the beginning and a […]

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