Casa of Tarrant County Volunteer Information Sessions
Interested in learning more about speaking up for an abused or neglected child? Then join us for an Information Session! This informal, one-hour session reviews the ins and outs of becoming an advocate, as well as addresses any questions or concerns you may have about getting involved. Attendance at an Information Session is required in order to move to the next phase of the application process. Reserve your seat by filling out the form below and join us – sessions are held at the CASA office with scheduled dates and times listed below.
Wednesday, 2/3 at 12 noon
Friday, 2/5 at 12 noon
Wednesday, 2/10 at 12 noon
Friday, 2/12 at 12 noon
Saturday, 2/13 at 12 noon
Wednesday, 2/17 at 12 noon
Friday, 2/19 at 12 noon
Wednesday, 2/24 at 12 noon
Friday, 2/26 at 12 noon
Saturday, 2/27 at 12 noon
Oliver Dyer’s is a family owned and operated appliance store that has been serving customers since 1945. The store was originally just a repair shop called Dyer’s Automatic Washing Machine Repair until they began offering a sales department and selling Maytag products. They now have grown so much that they carry such brands as Maytag, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, GE, GE Profile, GE Monogram, KitchenAid, Jennair and Hotpoint. Not only is Oliver Dyers a full repair shop they also have professional delivery and installation and can practically follow you home.
Oliver prides himself on customer service and credits the success of his business on it. Their 7,500 square foot showroom with a connecting 16,000 square foot outlet warehouse showroom is located in the heart of West Fort Worth at 8320 Camp Bowie West. With everything from washers, dryers, dishwashers, ice makers, ovens, microwaves, freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, disposers and trash compactors you are sure to find what you are looking for.
SiNaCa Studios, a Fort Worth nonprofit school of glass art, is proud to present its eighth annual fundraising gala, Vitro Moda, presented in partnership with the Fort Worth Opera. Vitro Moda blends glass art, opera and high fashion in a unique event that transforms a local venue into an exciting runway show. During the event on February 20, couture models walk the catwalk with beautiful glass art created by artisans from across the United States.
The Fort Worth Opera will perform at this year’s Vitro Moda with an exclusive preview of their 2016 Opera Festival, featuring “JFK,” “The Barber of Seville” and “Buried Alive | Embedded.” Each preview will be paired with fashion and glass art inspired by the three operas. The featured glass art pieces will be on sale at the conclusion of the show, followed by a silent auction and raffle. 100% of proceeds from Vitro Moda will benefit SiNaCa Studios’ programs to provide North Texans with an opportunity to experience the rich tradition of glass as a creative medium.
To purchase tickets, For more information, visit sinaca.org or call 817-899-0024.