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Location: Washington 3222 M Street Northwest Washington, DC. | Start: 6/17/2019 11:00:00 AM End:
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Step inside NYC’s oldest museum after dark to see its most historic rooms without the crowds, and discover firsthand what it’s like to be a conservator for a renowned museum and library. Join New York Adventure Club for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the New York Historical Society, the oldest museum in New York City (1804) that predates the founding of the Metropolitan Museum of Art by nearly seventy years. Led by the Chief Conservator of the museum, our special after-hours experience at the New York Historical Society will include: A rare visit to the famed Patricia D. Klingenstein Library reading room, one of the oldest and most distinguished in the United States featuring Neoclassical architecture and soaring 50-foot ceilings An exclusive peek inside two historic archives, one of which still retains original glass floor skylights A tour of the Conservation Lab with the museum’s Chief Conservator to see how everything from rare manuscripts to 18th-century government documents is both preserved and prepared for display A demonstration by the Chief Conservator to see the latest conservation techniques Click here to see pictures from one of our last visits to the New York Historical Society! See you there! *This experience is limited to 10 people Disclaimer By attending a New York Adventure Club experience, you accept our terms of service. Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Arts, Historic Sites

Location: New York Historical Society 170 Central Park West New York, NY. | Start: 6/20/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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May 1st – June 30th Reception- May 10th 6-9pm Invited Artists: Mary Brady Begnardi Russell Brodie Jean Burdick Suzanne Francis Paul Gallo Sandra Hoffman Stefanie Lieberman John Pompeo Alex Ramos Kerry Sacco Sharon Strasburg Ella Yang The exhibition will showcase a range of styles and perspective on the theme of the landscape, from the natural to the man-made and fantastical. "Inhabited" encompasses the natural landscape that is home to and beaming with creatures, including our own, who value and depend on the cycles and roles each component plays. The works of art that celebrate the spaces we find joy in our activities, respite, memories, aspirations, and resources from help the viewers appreciate the precious surroundings we all too often breeze past. The subject of the landscape has remainder a favorite to visionaries and collectors alike for centuries partly because of the symbiosis between humans and nature, for the romantic aesthetics and vital necessity. Sometimes the commonplace and quiet spaces need to be elevated with a spotlight shining on it, and that is where the creativity and talent of the artist comes in to serve This year proceeds will be donated to the non-profit land conservation organization, Natural Lands, to support efforts in protecting the beauty and necessity of the lands in our region. The show is free and open to the public Tuesday through Sunday each week. You will not want to miss out on experiencing these one of a kind pieces in person, join us Friday May 10th for the artists reception from 6-9pm. Wine and light fare will be served compliments of awarding winning JPM Catering and Events

Location: Black Moth Tattoo and Gallery 18 East Lancaster Ave, Ardmore Ardmore, PA. | Start: 5/26/2019 12:00:00 PM End: 5/26/2019 8:00:00 PM
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A GERMAN PERSPECTIVE: THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION A Leading EDGE Dialogue, hosted in partnership with Wunderbar Together, World Affairs Councils of America, & American Council on Germany. About the Speaker Constanze Stelzenmüller, an expert on German, European, and transatlantic foreign and security policy and strategy, is the inaugural Robert Bosch senior fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings. Prior to working at Brookings, she was a senior transatlantic fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), where she directed the influential Transatlantic Trends survey program. Her areas of expertise include: transatlantic relations; German foreign policy; NATO; the European Union’s foreign, security, and defense policy; international law; and human rights. Stelzenmüller is the former director of GMF’s Berlin office. From 1994 to 2005, she was an editor for the political section of the German weekly DIE ZEIT, where she had also served as defense and international security editor and covered human rights issues and humanitarian crises. From 1988 to 1989, she was a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School. She has also been a GMF campus fellow at Grinnell College in Iowa, a Woodrow Wilson Center public policy scholar in Washington, D.C., and a member of the Remarque Forum—a conference series of the Remarque Institute at New York University. Stelzenmüller’s essays and articles, in both German and English, have appeared in a wide range of publications, including Foreign Affairs, Internationale Politik, the Financial Times, the International New York Times and Süddeutsche Zeitung. Her dissertation, "Direkte Demokratie in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika," was published in 1994 by Nomos. She is also a frequent commentator on American and European radio and television, including Presseclub (ARD), National Public Radio, and the BBC. Stelzenmüller is a governor of the Ditchley Foundation and a fellow of the Royal Swedish Society for War Sciences. She has worked in Germany and the United States, and speaks English, French, German, and Spanish. Stelzenmüller holds a doctorate in law from the University of Bonn (1992), a master’s degree in public administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (1988), and a law degree from the University of Bonn (1985). Affiliations Ditchley Foundation, governor German Council on Foreign Relations, member International Institute for Strategic Studies, member McCloy Fellowship Alumni Association, member Royal Swedish Academy for War Sciences, fellow The Washington Quarterly, member, editorial board Women in International Security Germany, member This event is open to all Council members, sponsors and their guests. Tickets are required for Council EDGE Members ($5), Council Members and Sponsors ($20) and Non-Members/Guests ($25). Note: A cash bar and hors d'oeuvres will be provided. FAQs Who can I contact with questions? Contact Zach at (904) 280-8162 or zach@worldaffairscounciljax.org for any questions regarding this event. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, we will have nametags ready and waiting at check-in that will act as your ticket. What is the Council EDGE program? Council EDGE is the young professionals group of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.  

Location: WJCT Studios 100 Festival Park Avenue Jacksonville, FL. | Start: 9/5/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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To date digital therapeutics have received little policy consideration, as most digital health policy tackles critical issues in telehealth and health IT. For those who advocate for advancing behavioral health care and lowering consumer costs, what do digital therapeutics mean for policy? In a payment system designed for providers, drugs, and devices, how do digital therapeutics fit in and how can policy help build a supportive clinical context for delivering effective digital therapeutics to those who would most benefit? Mental Health America (MHA) is hosting its annual Policy Institute on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Washington, DC, immediately prior to the MHA Annual Conference. Titled Supporting Digital Innovation in Behavioral Health, this year’s event is held in partnership with the Digital Therapeutics Alliance and will gather senior government officials, payers, providers, policy advocates, think tank staff, digital health companies, and more. This convening brings these important players together to foster a stronger public-private partnership and inform a policy brief MHA will issue to help guide the field. Agenda:  10:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Welcome and Introductory Remarks Paul Gionfriddo, CEO, Mental Health America 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Morning Keynote and the View from Congress The Honorable Markwayne Mullin, Co-chair of the Congressional Health Care Innovation Caucus and Representative for Oklahoma's 2nd district 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Innovations and Directions in Digital Therapeutics. What are digital therapeutics, what makes them different from other digital health innovations, and what opportunities do they offer to improve mental health and substance use outcomes while reducing consumer costs? We will hear from industry leaders on where they see the field heading, and what it could mean for behavioral health. Moderated by Megan Coder, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Digital Therapeutics Alliance 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. Networking Lunch 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch Discussion on Theories of Coverage for Digital Therapeutics. Looking at health care as a whole, what are our options for how digital therapeutics could fit into payment and delivery, and how should we weigh these options as we advocate for policy change? We will hear from a leading health services researcher on the pros-and-cons of different policy approaches for integrating digital therapeutics into the fabric of care. Adam C. Powell, PhD, President, Payer+Provider Syndicate 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Provider Perspectives on the Clinical Context for Digital Therapeutics. How would providers react to digital therapeutics, and what do they need to effectively use them as part of their care? We will get diverse provider perspectives on what kind of policy changes might better support the health care delivery system to engage with these new technologies. Ann Greiner, MS, President and CEO, Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative Jeff Micklos, JD, Executive Director, Health Care Transformation Task Force 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Payer Perspectives on the Policy Context for Digital Therapeutics. How do health insurers see digital therapeutics in the flurry of digital innovations, and what kind of policy reforms might help them navigate how and when they want to deploy these technologies? We will get reflections from different insurers and where they see policy challenges and opportunities ahead. Charles Gross, PhD, Vice President, Behavioral Health, Anthem Inc. Kate Berry, MPP, Senior Vice President, Clinical Affairs and Strategic Partnerships, America's Health Insurance Plans 3:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Facilitated Discussion, Next Steps for Policy. Based on what we heard, what can policy-makers and advocates advance on the Hill, with the Administration, or in the states that might help get effective innovations to consumers, and ultimately improve mental health and substance use outcomes while reducing total costs? We will have a group discussion that will help build the foundation for the policy brief. Moderated by Nathaniel Counts, JD, Associate VP of Policy, Mental Health America 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Networking Reception Inquiries about participation in the Policy Institite may be made to MHA's Nathaniel Counts at ncounts@mentalhealthamerica.net. 

Location: Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill 400 New Jersey Avenue Northwest Washington, DC. | Start: 6/11/2019 10:00:00 AM End:
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A great way to jump start your pavement management proficiency. Essential Skills provides a walk through of the most critical features StreetSaver has to offer. Discussion Topics: Organization and Maintenance of Street Inventory Description of how data from inspections and M&R activities are used Budget Needs PCI Calculations Reports & Graphs Prioritization of Maintenance and Rehabilitation treatments Much More Instructor: Margot YappVice PresidentNCE Attendance limited to 30 people. Support Plan Subscribers Members Please Email Us for Promo Code

Location: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th St , Fremont Room Oakland, CA. | Start: 11/6/2019 8:30:00 AM End:
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Instructors: Various   Date: Monday, Nov 4th, 2019Time: 1:00 PM –4:00 PMPrice: FreeLocation: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th Street Oakland Room Oakland, CA 94607   Overview: This workshop will provide a foundation for practitioners including understanding what transportation asset management (TAM) is and what TAM means for their organization. The perspectives of a state Department of Transportation, a transit agency and a multimodal organization will present their experiences. Topics covered include resources and tools available to support asset management; and the practical steps to follow for implementation Attendance limited to 50 people

Location: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th Street Oakland, CA. | Start: 11/4/2019 1:00:00 PM End:
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Santa Rosa October 22nd March & Rally to Stop Police Brutality Date Monday October 22 Time 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Import this event into your personal calendar. Location Details Santa Rosa Southwest Community Park (Hearn & Burbank Aves) @ 4 pm, feeder march @ 5 pm from Sebastopol Rd @ West Ave, Rally @ Old Courthouse Square 6 pm Event Type Protest Organizer/Author Santa Rosa October 22nd Coalition Email O22northbay [at] gmail.com Phone (707) 546-2942 / (602) 628-2512 Santa Rosa October 22nd Coalition March and Rally to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, & the Criminalization of a Generation Santa Rosa represents our region in this year's Historic 12th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, to give collective voice to People's grave concerns about law enforcement, both locally and globally. Santa Rosa, CA – [October 7, 2007] – On Oct. 22nd, 2007 the People of Sonoma County will march through Santa Rosa neighborhoods to protest the 9 deaths of people killed in the past year by local law enforcement. All people of the Bay Area are encouraged to unite at this march and rally TO STOP POLICE ABUSE OF POWER. The march begins at 4PM in Southwest Community Park (Hearn & Burbank Aves; 5PM feeder march from Sebastopol Rd and West Ave), followed by a 6PM rally in Old Courthouse Square (4th St and Mendocino Ave). There will be an open microphone at the rally. Speakers expected include surviving loved ones of victims, people who suffer from past and present police abuses, and all others who wish to speak. This escalating, brutal abuse affects the whole of our diverse community, uniting us all under one veil of oppression. This terrifying epidemic of deadly force is long established: From Apr. 1, 1995 to March 10, 1998, at least 15 people were killed by local police or died in-custody. From Jan. 7, 2000 to Sept. 24, 2007, at least 35 people were killed by local police or died in-custody. In a recent 9 week period, local police shot and killed 5. Two deaths resulted from 911 calls for mental health assistance by family members of people in crisis and ended in officers tragically killing both 16-year old Jeremiah Chass, and Richard Desantis, father of 2. Adding to the body count is: Haki Thurston unarmed & shot 27 times, Luis Sanchez, shot 7 times, and Walter Heller, unarmed & Tased. In the County Jail, family pleas to get desired medical care for Ryan George's sickle cell anemia went ignored by the Sheriff. This 22 year-old black man died, leaving behind his pregnant fiancée. In the latest trend of in-custody deaths, Richard Williamson Jr. and Gregorey Townsley both died despite informing jail staff that they would suffer treatable symptoms of withdrawal associated with diseases of addiction. The Sheriff continues to respond that policies surrounding medical issues are adequate. Numerous forums have emerged to stop this plague of abuses, drawing concern from: US Commission on Civil Rights, Committee for Civil Rights, Committee for Immigrant Rights, NAACP, ACLU, County of Refuge, AIM, MEChA, Copwatch, Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County, & NAMI. A widely representative cross-section of the community calls for systemic change. Every day, people of color; Latino, African-American, Asian-Americans, Native American, and especially youth, are racially profiled by police. MAGNET - a militarized unit, led by the Sheriff, supposedly targets gang violence. Though not required by law, the Sheriff has requested that ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) collaborate with MAGNET to deport people not proven guilty of crimes. These deportations tear families apart. Youth seeking healthy social outlet find their clubs raided and shut down by Santa Rosa Police, as with Epiphany, a popular Santa Rosa night spot. Ineffective DUI checkpoints sweep working class neighborhoods for minor infractions, impounding cars of those who can least afford it. Local police agencies benefit financially from impounds and tickets while also benefiting through increased social control and decreased community empowerment. We believe that resisting these abuses of power is both necessary and possible. The community will be taking to the street on October 22nd. Wear black in solidarity with those who’ve died at the hands of law enforcement. Please join us in action and in speaking out to Unite! Resist! Liberate! For more event information:http://www.scdirectaction.org/copwatch Added to the calendar on Sunday Oct 7th, 2007 4:31 PM

Location: Santa Rosa Southwest Community Park (Hearn & Burbank Aves) @ San Diego, CA. | Start: 10/22/2019 4:00:00 PM End:
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Date: 3/25/2019 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Cost: Free Contact: Mark Numainville Telephone: 510-981-6900 Sponsor: Berkeley City Council Venue Name: City Hall - Redwood / Sequoia Rooms Location: 2180 Miliva St @ Center Website:

Location: City Hall - Redwood / Sequoia Rooms 170 Alameda de las Pulgas Redwood City, CA. | Start: 6/10/2019 10:00:00 AM End:
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Location: Juan Bautista de Anza Park 3701 Lost Hills Road Calabasas, CA. | Start: 4/6/2019 12:00:00 AM End: 6/1/2019 12:00:00 AM
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