edition CAREER special March 23, 2016 Arts & ENTERTAINMENT The search for candy eggs during the Oregon Zoo’s annual spring celebration, Rabbit Romp. This year’s event takes place Saturday, March 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. m iChael d Urham , CoUrtesy of the o regon Z oo . photo by Eggs-citing Time for Kids at the Zoo Eggs-citing times are in store Saturday, March 26, when the Oregon Zoo hosts its annual Rab- bit Romp, a celebration of spring geared toward families. Rabbit Romp is free with regular zoo ad- mission. Rabbit Romp features candy “egg” hunts every 15 minutes be- tween 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Children ages 3 to 10 are invited to hunt for eggs, candy and prizes. Toddlers 2 and under can participate in a spe- cial hunt organized especially for them. Guests should bring their own baskets to collect the treats. Rabbit Romp festivities also in- clude pettable animals at the Fam- ily Farm, bunny crafts, games, photo opportunities, KIND snack samples, plus a free prize wheel with fun giveaways and informa- tion about how to save for college, hosted by the Oregon College Savings Plan. General zoo admission is $11.50 (ages 12-64), $10 for se- niors (65 and up), $8.50 for chil- dren (ages 3-11) and free for those 2 and younger. Director Shares Short Works Portland filmmaker and educator Jodi Darby has been making festival rounds with her award- which she co-directed with Julie Peri- ni and Erin Yanke. Darby will join audiences at the Northwest Film Center to present a program of some of her earlier short works, including Stonewall (2010), an essay film exploring the American Civil War through a queer lens; 100 Suns (2011), a found foot- age work utilizing film from a Los Alamos nuclear testing lab and set to a score by Marisa Anderson; Man Movie (2013), a deconstructive look at male-centric cinematic action, and Constellation (2014), a visual documentary exploring the border wall between the US and Mexico and the ideological divide it represents for the two cultures on either side of the fence. Darby will introduce the program sched- uled for Wednesday, March 30 at 7 p.m. at. Whitsell Auditorium located in the Portland Art Museum. Page 13 Making Career Connections C ontinUed from p age 9 and career opportunities in- cluded are as diverse as the job seekers attending. Employers will be hiring for a large range of positions in a large range of fields and will be looking for people of all experience and skill levels. Recruiters from federal, state, county, and city gov- ernments will be there. Paid apprenticeship programs like roofers, waterproofers, elec- tricians, and carpenters will be represented. Nonprofit organizations will also be re- cruiting. Job seekers and career changers of all experience and skill levels are encouraged to attend. This event is free and open to the public and conveniently lo- cated at the DoubleTree Hotel near Lloyd Center with transpor- tation access by both MAX and TriMet bus stations. The Urban League of Port- land, founded in 1945, helps empower African Americans and other Oregonians to achieve equality in education, employ- ment, and economic security.