Agora Institue Hosts Jane Golden Lecture at Eastern University
Jane Golden, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, will speak at Eastern University on Thursday, March 26, at 8 PM in Warner Library. Her lecture, Philadelphia’s Murals & the Common Good, is presented by the Agora Institute for Civic Virtue and the Common Good and The Templeton Honors College at Eastern University. The lecture will be held on the campus at 1300 Eagle Road in St. Davids, PA 19087.This lecture is free and open to the public, but registration is requested. To register, go to AgoraInstitute.org. For any questions, contact Kelly Hanlon at email@example.com.
Eastern University Theatre Presents Picnic March 28
Eastern University Theater presents William Inge’s Picnic. Performances run Thursday, March 26 through Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8PM and Sunday, March 29 at 3PM in McInnis Auditorium. Tickets are $10 general admission, $8 for students and seniors, and $5 with an Eastern University ID. Tickets can be purchased online at: www.easternarts.ticketleap.
LEADERSHIP RESEARCH: A FORUM FOR PRACTITIONERS MARCH 20
The Ph.D in Organizational Leadership is co-sponsoring a leadership forum with PANO on March 20: "For the Common Good: Collaboration between Nonprofit Organizations and Government". The presentationm formal responses, and opend discussion will center on the experience of collaboration between human service organizations and government. Dr. Karen Kispert, EU PHD ’13 is the feature presenter. To register, please fill out the form at: http://bit.ly/1LI4Atv. (posted 2/25/15)
EASTERN UNIVERSITY THEATRE AND YES! AND... COLLABORATIVE ARTS PRESENT IT'S ABOUT TIME!
Sometimes things can't be left up to Fate. Sometimes you find yourself locked in an invisible prison by an evil lunch lady and her silent sidekick. Sometimes you find out that Father Time’s son (the future) has been kidnapped and now the world is stuck in a loop tearing the fabric of time. Sometimes a rag-tag team of ordinary kids have to follow a giant talking bird behind the veil of time to save the world(s). Sometimes heroes come from the least expected people. Sometimes... anything can happen, and it does in this year’s Winter Sort of Thing: It's About Time!
Yes! And… Collaborative Arts and Eastern University Theatre are proud to present this year’s Winter Sort of Thing production, It’s About Time!, January 29- February 1. Performances will take place in McInnis Auditorium on the Eastern University campus at 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA 19087. The show challenges the audience to recognize the dangers of bullying, help realize the power of our actions, and see its effect on restoring the relationships that are most important to us. It’s About Time! is a raucous ride through space and time that the whole family is sure to enjoy.
It’s About Time! runs one weekend only, opening on January 29 and closing February 1. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids and seniors and $5 for students and are available to purchase on-line at www.yesandcamp.org/AWSOT. The show runs approximately 85-100 minutes, is performed with an intermission and is appropriate for all ages.
DR. DUFFETT TO SPEAK AT ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FEBRUARY 9
On Monday, February 9, 2015, at 12:00 noon, St. John's Carriage Club will hold its regularly scheduled monthly luncheon. We are privileged to have, as our guest speaker, Dr. Robert G. Duffett, President of Eastern University. The subject that Dr. Duffett will address is entitled "Faith of Our Founding Fathers". Babysitting is available with 7 days notice and all who have time for lunch are invited to join us. If your schedule does not allow you to be present for the entire program, please feel free to come and go as you must. Reservations, which are GREATLY appreciated, may be made by responding to firstname.lastname@example.org;or by calling Virginia Holt at 610-688-1048). FYI, the program has always concluded by 2:00 p.m.
Lunch will be offered free of charge.
St. Johns Presbyterian Church, 227 Berkley Road, Devon, PA 19333
PALMER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OFFERS TIJUANA TRAVEL COURSE
Palmer Theological Seminary is organizing for the 8th consecutive year a travel course for graduate students seeking to gain a greater understanding of how global issues affect our local communities in the US and viceversa, and we are extending an invitation to students to participate in this learning experience.
The course entitled CHHM640 Ministry on the Borderline : Tijuana travel course will take place from January 10-18, 2015. It focuses on the interrelationship between immigration, economic disparity and community and family functioning. We will be reflecting particularly on the most current immigration crisis of unaccompanied minors entering the US to try to understand what is happening and how it sheds light into some of the larger issues affecting immigration. Students are able to receive academic credit for the course via cross-registration at the Seminary and will be expected to cover travel costs in addition to tuition fees.
For more detailed information please contact Dr. Mayra Picos Lee at email@example.com.
Over the years, students have reported these travel courses have been instrumental in helping them understand situations from a variety of perspectives and thus have contributed to preparing them to work among diverse communities in the US and elsewhere.
Please note that the deadline for registration for non-Seminary students is November 26, 2015.
PERSONAL RESEARCH HELP AT THE WARNER LIBRARY
Personal One on One Research help available. Having trouble finding resources for your projects and papers? Schedule an Individual Research Consultation. HOW? Go to Warner Library Homepage and schedule one. Schedule here.
U.S. VETERAN PAINTER READY TO MAKE YOUR HOME LOOK GREAT
Do you need to brighten up your home or office? Call Andrew Aubrey, an experienced and reliable painter who will get the job done right and at a reasonable cost. Andrew is also a U.S. vet who served our country in Afghanistan. Please give him a call at 484-645-9745. Andrew says, "I served our country, now I'm here to serve you!"
EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER AND PERFORMER IN THE MANAYUNK AREA
Weekly voice lessons located in teacher's home studio in Manayunk, PA. There is spacious parking available. Parents are welcome to come and sit in during the lesson. All students can plan to participate in a winter holiday music recital and a spring recital. Amy has been teaching full-time since 2008. After graduating from Eastern University with a B.A. in Vocal Performance, Amy Peck has a broad range of experiences that make her a uniquely qualified voice teacher. Contact Amy at Amypecksoprano@gmail.com