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Campus Connections - Arts and Culture at Elizabethtown College

Friday, March 24, 2017
11 am
Friday, March 24 | 11am – 12pmHoover 212 - Case Study Room
M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series -- Susan Zeager, owner, Brandt's Farm Supply

M&M Mars partnered with the Elizabethtown College Department of Business to create an Executive Lecture Series geared toward bringing senior level executives from various industries to talk about their businesses and engage the audience in discussions about programs that are offered to customers.

Susan Zeager, owner, Brandt’s Farm Supply                    

Cost: free
Contact: Stephanie VanderMey at vandermeys@etown.edu  or 717-361-1982

Saturday, March 25, 2017
7:30 pm
Saturday, March 25 | 7:30 – 9:30pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Musser Auditorium
Gretna Music concert -- Sarah Shafer, soprano, and Jazimina MacNeil, mezzo-soprano

The stars of Sarah Shafer and Jazimina MacNeil, Curtis Institute Class of 2014, have just begun to shine. Catch this dazzling duo in a glittering performance of duets; then, enjoy them as they light up the operatic firmament for years to come.

Cost: $22/17; E-town faculty/staff first 2 tickets $5; E-town students first ticket free, first guest $5


Contact: Carl Kane at kanec@etown.edu or 717-361-1508

8 pm
Saturday, March 25 | 8 – 9:30pmKAV - Brossman Commons
"Shadows on Wednesday" - Theatre Senior Project Performance

A staged reading of “Shadows on Wednesday"

Written by senior theatre major Mary Braasch as her senior project with music by Amanda Garner, the play will be given a formal staged reading.

In this new musical, three women are affected by their fears and by a shadowy figure that not all of them can see.

Tickets: $5

Reservations: 717-361-1170 or boxoffice@etown.edu

Sunday, March 26, 2017
2 pm
Sunday, March 26 | 2 – 3:30pmKAV - Brossman Commons
"Shadows on Wednesday" - Theatre Senior Project Performance

A staged reading of “Shadows on Wednesday"

Written by senior theatre major Mary Braasch as her senior project with music by Amanda Garner, the play will be given a formal staged reading.

In this new musical, three women are affected by their fears and by a shadowy figure that not all of them can see.

Tickets: $5

Reservations: 717-361-1170 or boxoffice@etown.edu

3 pm
Sunday, March 26 | 3 – 5pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Senior Recital: Sarah McCollum, flute, and Zoe Robinson, voice
Monday, March 27, 2017
7:30 pm
Monday, March 27 | 7:30 – 9:30pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Monday Series Concert -- Teresa Bomberger, soprano

Soprano Teresa Bomberger presents a recital of music written by women composers including Libby Larsen, Esther Wiebe, Amy Beach, Fanny Hensel and Queen Lili’uokalani. She will be accompanied on piano by Douglas Bomberger.

Cost: free
Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Thursday, March 30, 2017
7:30 pm
Thursday, March 30 | 7:30 – 9pmHoover 110 - Large Group Meeting Room
Kreider Lecture: Encountering Low German Mennonite Women in Mexican Archives

Rebecca Janzen, assistant professor of Spanish at Bluffton University, discusses the presence of Low German Mennonite women in Mexican archival documents that deal with land redistribution and related conflict with indigenous people. 

Cost: free
Contact: Young Center at  youngctr@etown.edu or 717-361-1470

Thursday, March 30 | 7:30 – 9pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Night in the City Concert

This concert will feature a range of musical genres one would experience during a night out in the city, including musical numbers, jazz and popular music.  Presented by BAMO, a club founded by music majors and minors.

Friday, March 31, 2017
11 am
Friday, March 31 | 11am – 12pmHoover 212 - Case Study Room
M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series -- Essam Abadir, founder and managing director of Aspire Ventures

M&M Mars partnered with the Elizabethtown College Department of Business to create an Executive Lecture Series geared toward bringing senior level executives from various industries to talk about their businesses and engage the audience in discussions about programs that are offered to customers.

Essam Abadir, founder and managing director of Aspire Ventures                   

Cost: free
Contact: Stephanie VanderMey at vandermeys@etown.edu  or 717-361-1982

Saturday, April 1, 2017
11 am
Saturday, April 1 | 11am – 12pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Open Door Recital

Children and parents are invited to the 15th Open Door Recital. This is a unique recital experience for all children and parents. All expressions of joy are encouraged during the interactive program of short pieces is performed by the Elizabethtown College music therapy students. A reception follows for children to meet the performers.

Cost: free; reserve tickets at 717-361-1991 or 717-361-1212.

Sunday, April 2, 2017
3 pm
Sunday, April 2 | 3 – 5pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Senior Recital: Andrei Gladkowski, piano and Cody Thompson, saxophone
Monday, April 3, 2017
7 pm
Monday, April 3 | 7 – 8pmBowers Writers House
A Room of Rain: An Evening of Fiction with author Gary Finke

Bowers Writers House celebrates Gary Fincke, a poet and author of short fiction and nonfiction. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Fincke earned his bachelor’s degree from Thiel College, his master’s degree from Miami University, and his doctoral degree from Kent State University in 1974. He began his literary career that same year and has published more than 20 works.

Fincke is the recipient of multiple awards for his poetry, including the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry magazine and the Rose Lefcowitz Prize from Poet Lore. His collection “Writing Letters for the Blind” won the 2003 Ohio State University Press “Journal” poetry prize. His prose work has also earned him various honors, including the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction in 2003, a PEN Syndicated Fiction Prize, a George Garrett Fiction Prize, a Lewis Prize for Nonfiction, and two Pushcart Prizes.

Cost: free
Contact: Jesse Waters at writershouse@etown.edu or 717-689-3945

Monday, April 3 | 7 – 8pmKAV - Brossman Commons
Take Back The Night - Kickoff Rally

Gather for a rally, march and to speak out against sexual assault. The program begins with a brief keynote address by a survivor of sexual assault. Student group performances are featured. Following the rally in the KAV, attendees will march across campus to the Mosaic House, where they will be invited to share their stories and words of hope. Light refreshments will be provided.

Cost: free
Contact: Stephanie Collins at  collinss@etown.edu or 717-361-1998

7:30 pm
Monday, April 3 | 7:30 – 9:30pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Student Chamber Recital
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
4 pm
Tuesday, April 4 | 4 – 7pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery (2nd Floor)
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Thursday, April 6 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
30th Annual Student Show

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

7:30 pm
Thursday, April 6 | 7:30 – 9:30pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Senior Recital:  Tamantha Drexel, clarinet and Mary Ludwig, piano
Thursday, April 6 | 7:30 – 9pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Musser Auditorium
Ware Lecture--Our Strange New Era of Uncivil Discourse: A Moral Psychology Perspective (Why Good People are Divided)

Jonathan Haidt (pronounced “height”). a social psychologist at the NYU-Stern School of Business, speaks on "Our Strange New Era of Uncivil Discourse: A Moral Psychology Perspective (Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion)".

Haidt’s research examines the intuitive foundations of morality and how morality varies across cultures–including the cultures of American progressive, conservative, and libertarians. Haidt is the author of “The Happiness Hypothesis” and The New York Times bestseller ”The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion.”

He earned his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania in 1992 and spent most of his career (1995-2011) at the University of Virginia.

A book signing follows the event at 9 p.m. Books are available for purchase at the signing or through the College Store -- in person or online.

Cost: free; tickets required. Call 717-361-4771.

Contact: Caroline Lalvani at lalvanmc@etown.edu

Friday, April 7, 2017
11 am
Friday, April 7 | 11am – 12pmHoover 212 - Case Study Room
M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series -- Jeff Rutt, CEO of Keystone Custom Homes and Founder/Chairman of HOPE International

M&M Mars partnered with the Elizabethtown College Department of Business to create an Executive Lecture Series geared toward bringing senior level executives from various industries to talk about their businesses and engage the audience in discussions about programs that are offered to customers.

Jeff Rutt, CEO of Keystone Custom Homes and Founder/Chairman of HOPE International

Cost: free
Contact: Stephanie VanderMey at vandermeys@etown.edu  or 717-361-1982

Sunday, April 9, 2017
3 pm
Sunday, April 9 | 3 – 5pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Senior Recital:  Samantha Eisdorfer and Kory Hilpmann
Monday, April 10, 2017
7:30 pm
Monday, April 10 | 7:30 – 9:30pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Piano Ensemble Concert
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
6 pm
Tuesday, April 11 | 6 – 8pmZug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area

Senior Show:  Mattie Joyner Exhibit

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through Thursday, April 20

7 pm
Tuesday, April 11 | 7 – 9pmHigh Library - Open Space with Fire Place on Level 2
"April, 1917: Why Did America Get Into World War I?"

April 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into WWI. Dr. Carl Strikwerda, President of Elizabethtown College, will discuss the significance of this event. Strikwerda is a specialist in modern European history and the history of globalization. He has published three books and more than 30 articles on international history. A dessert reception follows.  Free to attend.

Contact: Rachel Grove Rohrbaugh at grover@etown.edu or 717-361-1506

Wednesday, April 12, 2017
11:45 am
Wednesday, April 12 | 11:45am – 2pmMyer - Swatara Room, Myer - Susquehanna Room
President's Community Enrichment Series lecture -- The Yanks Are Coming! The U.S. Entry into World War I

“The Yanks Are Coming! The U.S. Entry into World War I.”

“The Yanks Are Coming! The U.S. Entry into World War I” with Carl Strikwerda, Elizabethtown College President.

World War I marked a watershed in American history, the first time that the U.S. entered into a major war outside our hemisphere and the beginning of the rise of the U.S. as a world power. Why did a country that had largely isolated itself from world affairs since its founding make this profound change? How has the American decision to enter the War shaped history down to the present?

Cost: $16; Space is limited, register at iaenrichseries@etown.edu

Contact: Tina Zarfoss at zarfosst@etown.edu or 717-361-6410

Thursday, April 13, 2017
Thursday, April 13 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
30th Annual Student Show

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
7:30 pm
Wednesday, April 19 | 7:30 – 9pmMyer - Swatara Room, Myer - Susquehanna Room
Got Schnitz? Pennsylvania German Material Culture

Joshua R. Brown and two panelists will introduce Pennsylvania German culture and discuss specific details that characterize the Pennsylvania Germans.

Cost: free

Contact: Young Center, 717-361-1470, youngctr@etown.edu

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thursday, April 20 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
30th Annual Student Show

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

5:30 pm
Thursday, April 20 | 5:30 – 7pmMyer - Swatara Room, Myer - Susquehanna Room

Open to all who are interested in the Young Center and its activities.

Cost: $23; reservations required by April 6; contact the Young Center at 717-361-1470

Contact: Young Center, 717-361-1470, youngctr@etown.edu

7:30 pm
Thursday, April 20 | 7:30 – 9pmMyer - Swatara Room, Myer - Susquehanna Room
Young Center Durnbaugh Lecture: New Directions in Pennsylvania German Studies

Simon J. Bronner, Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Folklore and director of the Center for Pennsylvania Culture Studies at Penn State Harrisburg, examines the implications of a new approach to Pennsylvania German studies and the questions it raises for the future of Pennsylvania Germans.

Cost: free

Contact: Young Center, 717-361-1470, youngctr@etown.edu

8 pm
Thursday, April 20 | 8 – 11pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production -- "Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents.

Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etownb.edu, 717-361-1160

Friday, April 21, 2017
10 am
Friday, April 21 | 10am – 2pmHoover 110 - Large Group Meeting Room
Young Center Durnbaugh Seminar: Object Lessons: The Meanings of Pennsylvania German Life and Culture

Joshua R. Brown, associate professor of German at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, along with several panelists discuss Pennsylvania German culture, especially how their academic backgrounds inform Pennsylvania German research.

Cost: $10 (includes lunch); reservations required by April 6; contact the Young Center at 717-361-1470

Contact: Young Center at youngctr@etown.edu or 717-361-1470

11 am
Friday, April 21 | 11am – 12pmHoover 212 - Case Study Room
M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series: Peter Mazer, general counsel, Metropolitan Taxicab Board of Trade

M&M Mars partnered with the Elizabethtown College Department of Business to create an Executive Lecture Series geared toward bringing senior level executives from various industries to talk about their businesses and engage the audience in discussions about programs that are offered to customers.

Peter Mazer, general counsel, Metropolitan Taxicab Board of Trade

Cost: free Contact: Stephanie VanderMey at vandermeys@etown.edu or 717-361-1982

Sponsor: Business Department

8 pm
Friday, April 21 | 8 – 11pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production -- "Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents.

Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etownb.edu, 717-361-1160

Saturday, April 22, 2017
8 pm
Saturday, April 22 | 8 – 11pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production -- "Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents.

Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etownb.edu, 717-361-1160

Sunday, April 23, 2017
3 pm
Sunday, April 23 | 3 – 5pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - McCormick Gallery (1st Floor), Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - M&M Mars Room, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lobby, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Green Room
Elizabethtown College-Community Orchestra spring concert

The 80-member ensemble, directed by Robert Spence, features works by Mozart, Villa-Lobos, Kapustin, Legrand and Tchaikovsky.  Gabriel Edwards, Sarah Kreider and Cody Thompson, student winners of the College’s Concerto Competition, perform as featured soloists. Special recognition will be given to orchestra members from the Class of 2017.  Preprogram music will be performed by various student chamber ensembles.

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
11 am
Tuesday, April 25 | 11am – 12pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Musser Auditorium
SCAD Keynote Event -- Alumni Panel Reflects on the Values of Research

A panel of recent alumni shares their stories on mentored student research and how such learning experience is valuable to their academic career and professional life.

Cost: free

Contact: Emma Neuhauser at neuhausere@etown.edu or 717-361-4752

Thursday, April 27, 2017
Thursday, April 27 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.


Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

7:30 pm
Thursday, April 27 | 7:30 – 9:30pmEsbenshade Gibble Auditorium
Film Screening -- Robert Shaw -- "Man of Many Voices"

Robert Shaw – Man of Many Voices traces the journey of a small town California boy who planned to be a minister like his father, but instead became the greatest conductor of choral music the world has ever known. At the heart of the film is the mystery of Shaw's genius. With no formal musical training, he achieved a stunning early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music's great choral masterpieces.

An early champion of civil rights, Shaw had a mystical belief in the power of community and could communicate his passion for music with spellbinding intensity. As Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the latter half of the twentieth century, Robert Shaw changed the course of musical history through the many voices he set on fire with an enduring love of music.

Cost: $7
Contact: Carl Kane at  kanec@etown.edu or 717-361-1508,

8 pm
Thursday, April 27 | 8 – 11pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production -- "Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents.

Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etownb.edu, 717-361-1160

Friday, April 28, 2017
11 am
Friday, April 28 | 11am – 12pmHoover 212 - Case Study Room
M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series: Alan E. Silber, director of sales, Mid-Atlantic Region, Pandora Internet Radio

M&M Mars partnered with the Elizabethtown College Department of Business to create an Executive Lecture Series geared toward bringing senior level executives from various industries to talk about their businesses and engage the audience in discussions about programs that are offered to customers.

Alan E. Silber, director of sales, Mid-Atlantic Region, Pandora Internet Radio

Cost: free

Contact: Stephanie VanderMey at vandermeys@etown.edu or 717-361-1982

8 pm
Friday, April 28 | 8 – 11pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production -- "Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents.

Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etownb.edu, 717-361-1160

Saturday, April 29, 2017
1 pm
Saturday, April 29 | 1 – 3pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching Reception

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Sunday, April 30, 2017
2 pm
Sunday, April 30 | 2 – 5pmBSC Tempest Theatre, Bird Cage - Game Room
Spring Theatre Production --"Getting Out" by Marsha Norman

On Getting Out of prison, Arlene returns to a rundown Louisville apartment to start her life over. Rebellious as a young girl, she wants to put that time, when she was known as Arlie, behind her. But Arlene's struggle isn't only about overcoming the challenges of starting over; it's also about "getting out" of Arlie, who, played by another actress, fights for her own survival. We meet prison guards and officials with whom Arlie clashed, as well as those she is confronted by as Arlene: her ex-boyfriend, her mother, a desperate former prison guard and a bizarrely friendly neighbor. Pulitzer Prize-winner Norman based this raw drama on her experience working with troubled adolescents. Cost: $7; call 717-361-1170 or write boxoffice@etown.edu Contact person: Michael Swanson, swansonm@etown.edu, 717-361-1160 www.etown.edu…

3 pm
Sunday, April 30 | 3 – 5pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - McCormick Gallery (1st Floor), Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - M&M Mars Room, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lobby, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Green Room
Symphonic Band Concert spring 2017

The 76-member ensemble, directed by Robert Spence, features works by Grainger, Holst, Rudin, Cheetham, Chaminade and Mitchell.  Jessica Raskis, one of the student winners of the College’s Concerto Competition, performs as a featured soloist. Preprogram music is performed by various student chamber ensembles. 

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
11 am
Wednesday, May 3 | 11am – 12pmZug 205 - Recital Hall, Zug - John W. Hess Gallery -Lobby Area
Spring Concert
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Thursday, May 4 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.


Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

7:30 pm
Thursday, May 4 | 7:30 – 9:30pmKAV - Brossman Commons
Jazz Band & Percussion Concert Spring 2017
Saturday, May 6, 2017
2 pm
Saturday, May 6 | 2 – 4pmBSC Tempest Theatre
My Brilliant Divorce -- Senior Theatre Project

A production of “My Brilliant Divorce” by Geraldine Aron.

In this one-woman play, performed by Kierra Swisher as her senior theatre project, Angela attempts to find a new life when husband Max leaves for a younger woman. Using a blend of comedy and pathos, playwright Aron depicts Angela's journey back to happiness.

Price:  $5
Tickets: 717-361-1170 or boxoffice@etown.edu

Sunday, May 7, 2017
3 pm
Sunday, May 7 | 3 – 5pmLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - McCormick Gallery (1st Floor), Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - M&M Mars Room, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lobby, Leffler Chapel and Performance Center - Green Room
Spring Choral & Jazz Band Concert 2017

Ensembles directed by Anne Gross, Matthew Fritz and Grant Moore.

Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

7 pm
Sunday, May 7 | 7 – 9pmBSC Tempest Theatre
My Brilliant Divorce -- Senior Theatre Project

A production of “My Brilliant Divorce” by Geraldine Aron.

In this one-woman play, performed by Kierra Swisher as her senior theatre project, Angela attempts to find a new life when husband Max leaves for a younger woman. Using a blend of comedy and pathos, playwright Aron depicts Angela's journey back to happiness.

Price:  $5
Tickets: 717-361-1170 or boxoffice@etown.edu

Thursday, May 11, 2017
Thursday, May 11 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.


Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Thursday, May 18 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.


Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

Thursday, May 25, 2017
Thursday, May 25 | 12amLeffler Chapel and Performance Center - Lyet Gallery - Art Show (2nd Floor)
Milt Friedly: 30 Years of Teaching

Highlight of work from 30 years as a professor of art.

The exhibit continues 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, through May 27.


Cost: free

Contact: Amy Reynolds at reynoldsa@etown.edu or 717-361-1212

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