A variety of mugs, plates and T-shirts that explore Mennonite identity will be on display in the Harold and Wilma Good Library basement gallery at Goshen College.
What do you do when a medical emergency happens in a remote location? Would you recognize the signs of hypothermia in your scouting troop? How would you handle a sprained ankle on a family backpacking trip? Merry Lea will host its annual wilderness first aid workshop on Thursday and Friday, August 28 and 29, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Goshen College Music Center has announced the performances for the 2014-15 Rieth Chamber Series. The series, which attempts to make classical chamber music more accessible to the Goshen community, will feature six concerts by outstanding chamber music ensembles and organists on GC’s Taylor and Boody pipe organ, plus a bonus concert and dessert reception for series subscribers only.
Auditions for Community School of the Arts choral and instrumental ensembles will be held in the Goshen College Music Center in August and September. Choral ensembles are open by audition for students in grades 3-12, and instrumental ensembles by audition for students in grades 7-12.
Community leaders at this year’s seven-week Lunch and Learn series will present insights about cloud storage, paperless solutions, female entrepreneurs and more. The series, offered by Goshen College’s Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Education, is geared toward administrative support staff looking to improve their work habits and work environment.
Goshen College has announced the lineup for the 2014-15 Afternoon Sabbatical series. The series will feature lectures, performances and special trips.
Concertgoers have the opportunity to secure individual tickets for all concerts in the Goshen College Performing Arts Series. Individual tickets go on sale Monday, Aug. 4 at 8 a.m., online at www.goshen.edu/tickets and at the Goshen College Welcome Center.
An orienteering program at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College offers participants a new way to experience the natural world: with map and compass in hand. The program will take place on Thursday, July 24.
Although many artists travel to exotic locations for inspiration, not many meet the Dalai Lama on their journey, let alone live as his guest for six months. Philip Sugden, an assistant professor of art at Bluffton University, is among these few.
Reception: Sunday, September 21, 2-4 pm, Hershberger Art Gallery Exhibit description: Pages from the Manual on Dismantling God: Ink and gouache on twenty-one, 16” x 20” sheets of handmade Himalayan Daphne paper. Both in creating and in viewing them, these pages investigate the possibilities of breaking down the dichotomy between oneself and the “other” by … Keep reading »