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America’s Job Center to hold Hiring Event for SASR
PALMDALE — The America’s Job Center of California (AJCC), located at 38510 Sierra Highway in Palmdale, will host a recruitment event for Set And Services Resources (SASR) on Monday, Feb. 10 at 9 am.

SASR, a nationwide merchandiser company, is looking for installers, assemblers, and merchandisers for ongoing travel opportunities throughout the United States. Positions include market based pay rates, hotel accommodations, and daily travel incentive pays.

Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED; be available to work on a flexible schedule; be able to pass drug test and background check; be able to work overtime and weekends when necessary; and be able to do physical work and lift up to 50 lb.

Candidates must be registered with CalJobs and at www.sasr_travel_work_recruitment.eventbrite.com . For the recruitment event, applicants should bring tailored resume to position and come dressed for success.

Mystery Book Club to Discuss The Chalk Circle Man on Wednesday, Feb. 19th
The Palmdale City Library's Mystery Book Club "Murder, Mystery & Mayhem" will discuss the book The Chalk Circle Man by French historian and novelist Frédérique Audoin-Rouzeau, writing under the pseudonym Fred Vargas, on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 7 pm in the Chimbole Cultural Center, 38350 Sierra Highway.

Originally published in 1991, The Chalk Circle Man is the first book in a series following Commissaire Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg, a detective known for solving big cases who does not rely on deductive reasoning. Recently transferred to Paris, Adamsberg's different approach to detective work leads him to clash with his new partner, Inspector Adrien Danglard, and the two must learn to work together to find a murderer who leaves behind chalk circles drawn on the streets.

The Murder, Mystery and Mayhem Mystery Book Discussion Group meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7 pm in the Chimbole Cultural Center. The group is open to anyone who enjoys a good mystery.

Join Antelope Valley Hospital for the Annual Women’s Heart Fair, Saturday Feb. 8th
Participants receive free screenings, health trainings and wellness resources

LANCASTER, Ca - Grab a friend or family member and join us for the Antelope Valley Hospital’s (AV Hospital) sixth annual Women’s Heart Fair. The free event, in recognition of American Heart Month, will be held Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Community Resource Center (44151 15th Street West in Lancaster) from 9 a.m. – noon.

The morning will include a continental breakfast, screenings for blood pressure and cholesterol, hands-only (compression-only) CPR training, medication review by pharmacists and more.

Attendees are invited to listen to a presentation from Kaiser Cardiologist Amatul Hasan, M.D., on “The Heart Truth,” and Antelope Valley resident and heart attack survivor Alyse Dunlap will share her story of suffering a heart attack at 52 years old and her road to recovery.

Wilk announces Essay and Visual Arts Scholarships to Raise Awareness of the Armenian Genocide
Senator Scott Wilk, representing the 21st Senate District, announces the California Armenian Legislative Caucus is holding two scholarship contests for the 2020 commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. California high school students in 9th through 12th grade are invited to participate in an essay contest and/or a visual arts contest to increase greater awareness of the Armenian Genocide on its anniversary.

All winners will be contacted directly and announced to mainstream and Armenian media by the California Armenian Legislative Caucus on Friday, April 16, 2020. All winners will be awarded scholarships and a trip to the State Capitol in Sacramento to be acknowledged at the California Armenian Legislative Caucus’ annual Armenian Advocacy Day during a press conference on April 27, 2020 and receive special recognition from the members of the Armenian Caucus. Original artwork will be requested from visual arts applicants if they are selected as a finalist, for display in the California State Capitol.

African American Authors Book Club to Discuss Invisible Man
PALMDALE – The Palmdale City Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd., will host the next meeting of the African American Authors Book Club to discuss the novel Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 6:45 pm.

In Invisible Man, a nameless narrator recounts the story of his life as a black man, from growing up in the South, to joining a group known as the Brotherhood, which claims to want to improve the world, only to become disillusioned with it and to be left re-examining his experiences, struggles, and feelings of invisibility. The first novel written by Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1953.

The African American Authors Book Club meets the third Tuesday of every month at 6:45 pm. Meetings are held upstairs in the library’s Local History Room. New members are welcome to attend.

The Palmdale City Library is open seven days a week. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm; and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm.

The BLVD Market to Return in Spring 2020
Beginning in 2011, the City of Lancaster, in partnership with Raw Inspiration, Inc., has hosted a weekly farmers market. In order to continue to bring a first class experience to Lancaster residents, businesses, and visitors, The BLVD Market is taking a short break to allow stakeholders to brainstorm and incorporate new ideas to reinvent The BLVD Market on Thursdays. The Market will return in April 2020.

The City of Lancaster and Raw Inspiration, Inc. along with The BLVD Association, are dedicated to creating a healthier community by attracting Southern California farmers and other small food businesses to the City.

In 2019, local businesses including Rio Brazilian Grill, partnered with The BLVD Association to bring two very successful mini-events to the Market, featuring taco and barbeque tasting festivals. Attendees flooded The BLVD to sample the variety of tacos and barbeque on display, enjoying the added bonus of being able to purchase their groceries while there.

The City plans to continue to bring exciting offerings to The BLVD each week, including a variety of mini-festivals, themed days such as Cinco de Mayo, and much more! Building the Market is a way to strengthen community relationships and provide the community with healthy alternatives and memorable experiences.

The Light of Space Opens February 8 at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History
The Lancaster Museum of Art & History (MOAH) and the Lancaster Museum and Public Art Foundation (LMPAF) invite Antelope Valley residents and visitors to view MOAH’s newest exhibition, The Light of Space, a survey of artists whose work examines space in diverse ways. The exhibit will be on display Saturday, February 8 through Sunday, April 19, and the opening reception will take place on February 8 from 4 to 6 p.m.

The exhibition The Light of Space features the work of nine artists, including Jay Mark Johnson’s x = time in the Main Gallery; Kysa Johnson’s Faraway, So Close series in the Moore Family Trust Gallery; Shana Mabari’s Letters on Sunspots in the Bozigian Family Gallery; Robert Standish’s Rhythmic series; Mary Anna Pomonis’ Iris Oculus series in the Wells Fargo Gallery; and Laddie John Dill’s Contained Radiance Lancaster installation in the South Gallery. The exhibition will also feature two site-specific installations, Light Refractions by Edwin Vasquez and Glitterworks by Gary Lang, as well as a video installation, GO HOME, by Jeff Frost.

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