BRIEFLY

Prams — singles and doubles — will be welcome at Joslyn Art Museum’s Stroller Tours. The first one also will be a Momaha Play Date.


Joslyn, Momaha plan first Stroller Tour

Joslyn Art Museum introduces Stroller Tours, a new program for grown-ups with tots in tow.

Stroller Tours are docent-guided tours designed for parents and caregivers to look at and talk about art with other adults, while being mindful of young ones in arms and strollers.

Gather in Joslyn’s ConAgra Foods Atrium at 9:15 a.m. for free pastries and refreshments. Then head to the galleries for a 10 a.m. tour. Tandem strollers and crying babies are welcome.

The first Stroller Tour event will be Wednesday and is a Momaha Play Date.

Stroller Tours are free with regular museum admission. Because space is limited, reservations are requested. To make them, visit blogs.momaha.com/2013/01/30172/.

Social media basics topic for discussion

There will be an informal discussion about social media at which adult patrons of the Gretna Public Library can learn the basics or talk about any other related topic.

Participants can attend the noon to 12:45 p.m. Jan. 19 meeting or the 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Jan. 24 meeting at the library.

RSVP by Wednesday by phone at 402-332-4480 or in person. Mention which part of social media you wish to discuss.

Wednesday job fair for veterans, families

Veteran job seekers, active-duty military, National Guard, Reserve and military spouses are invited to a hiring fair. It will run from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday in the former Borders store at Shadow Lake Towne Center, 7775 Olson Drive, Suite 121.

Job seekers will find employers from various industries at the Hiring Our Heroes event, sponsored locally by the American Legion.

To preregister for guaranteed admission, visit HOH.Greatjob.net. Walk-ins who do not preregister are welcome, but space isn’t guaranteed. Contact hiringourheroes@uschamber.com or 202-463-5807 with any questions.

Compiled by Sue Story Truax with World-Herald News Service

Recommended for you

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Please keep it clean, turn off CAPS LOCK and don't threaten anyone. Be truthful, nice and proactive. And share with us - we love to hear eyewitness accounts.

You must be a digital subscriber to view this article.