5 Things You Need to Know Today: Jan. 11
Each weekday, we will give you a brief rundown of need-to-know information and events for the day in St. Petersburg.
1.Tonight at the Studio @620, the Florida Orchestra will be performing at 7:30 p.m. The suggested donation is $10. The Florida Orchestra and Studio@620 present a third season of performances, each with a different theme. Here’s the schedule: Jan. 11, Artist@Work; Feb. 15, Scandinavia: March 14, Spring for It May 9: Rhyme and Rhythm.
2. Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark has announced “Voters-on-the-Go,” a new Smartphone application is now available for Pinellas County voters to access election information using their smartphones. “Voters who visit VotePinellas.com on their smartphone browsers will automatically view a mobile version of our Web site that is more conducive to the small screen and easier to navigate,” Clark said. “Voters will have key election information at their fingertips.”
3. Job seekers, on Thursday there is a job fair at the Coliseum in downtown St. Pete. Meet more than 50 local employers, plus representatives of several of the area's schools and universities, as well as vocational and technical institutes. No registration required, but organizers say attendees should wear proper business attire, bring at least 20 copies of their resumes, and "arrive with a positive attitude." The fair is from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
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5. The new Salvador Dali Museum turns one-year-old on Wednesday. At noon the museum's director will announce new exhibits for the 2012 season. The waterfront museum, showing more than 1,000 pieces of Dali's work, will hold its one-year anniversary celebration Wednesday, Jan. 11 from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Activities on the first floor of the museum and in the garden are free. The official program begins at noon.