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Greenery Creamery
Harvard Jolly Architecture
Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida
Jewish Family Services Orlando
Nancy Schwalb PR
Sunrise Bank
YMCA Downtown Orlando


Celebrate Through Film
The Orange County Public Library is celebrating Black History Month through film every Friday in February.



African American History Exhibit at Orange County Regional History Center
This permanent exhibit at downtown Orlando’s Orange County Regional History Center invites you to explore the triumphs and tragedies of African Americans in Central Florida. It also features numerous paintings by The Highwaymen, a group of acclaimed African American landscape artists from Florida. Additionally, the center will offer free film screenings of Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story, which details the first racially integrated Little League game played in the South, on Feb. 13 and Feb. 17.

Special Events at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando is hosting numerous Black History Month-related events in February, including performances featuring and inspired by legendary African American artists.



Quilts, Photography, & Folk Art: Intergenerational Stories Art Exhibit
Join Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orlando City Commissioners, and our community Tuesday, February 22nd from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM to celebrate Black History Month through art at the “Intergenerational Stories” art exhibition. The exhibition displays local folk artists, a Quilt exhibition by Crealdé School of Art, and photographs from Parramore Storytellers, which highlight downtown Orlando's historically Black community. The photographs are from participants of the New Image Youth Center’s after-school program. Registration through Eventbrite can be accessed HERE.

Parking is available at the Library Garage on 112 East Central Boulevard, Orlando, 32801. The first 50 people who arrive at the event will receive a free parking pass.

Uprooting Prejudice: Conversations for Change
The City of Orlando Public Art Program is proud to announce the documented experience by renowned photographer John Noltner as part of Uprooting Prejudice: Conversations for Change, organized by and in collaboration with the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida as part of their yearlong project of the same name. The exhibit documents his exchange with a community illustrated through a series of brilliant portraits unveiling a steadiness of reverence, pain, frustration and hope in their own voice. The exhibit will be on view at the The Terrace Gallery located in Orlando City Hall on February 4th and closes on April 29th.

Job Fair & Opportunities with Orange County Government
Orange County Utilities is hosting a job fair Tuesday, February 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Orange County Convention Center’s North Concourse. Positions of all experience levels are needed! Attendees are encouraged to apply online before the event for the quickest process at the job fair. Click here for additional event information.

  • Positions being interviewed at the event include:
  • Engineering Inspector
  • Equipment Inspector
  • Field Specialist
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Industrial Mechanic
  • Meter Reader
  • Wastewater Plant Operator
  • Water Plant Operator

Orange County Public Works is also hiring a Chief Engineer for Highway Construction. The Chief Engineer will perform highly advanced professional engineering work and provides supervision for one or more engineering functions in the areas of roadway construction engineering and inspection. This is highly advanced professional, administrative and supervisory engineering work. Salary starts at $95,264. Candidates can apply online:

Lastly, the Head Start Program is recruiting for teachers, starting at $44,387, as well as teacher assistants and aides, starting at $33,300. Learn more about employment or volunteer opportunities by visiting or by calling 407-836-6590.

For additional details regarding the above or any of the positions currently available at Orange County, please visit

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