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Thu, Dec 12, 2019

Thursday, December 10, 2015

 All Day
The Kentucky Coverlet Connection: Lou Tate, Little Loomhouse, and Berea
Exhibitions
Rogers Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8-6 Friday 8-5 and Sunday 1-5
 
Lost in Transition by Eleen Lin
Exhibitions
Lower Traylor Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8-6 Friday 8-5 and Sunday 1-5
 
Mid-Year Graduate Exhibition for Art Majors
Exhibitions
Upper Traylor Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8-6 Friday 8-5 and Sunday 1-5
 
Library Display: Miniature Books
Exhibitions
2nd Floor, Main Area
Hutchins Library's Special Collections and Archives, as part of SC&A's series "Treasures from Special Collections and Archives," is displayi... more
 
Modern Tintypes of Folk Musicians, by LIsa Elmaleh
Exhibitions
LJAC Gallery Stephenson Hall 1st Floor
Using a 19th century photographic process Lisa Elmaleh has created unique images of contemporary folk musicians from Appalachia. For mo... more
 
Under Investigation - Stories of Cryptids from Appalachia & Kentucky
Exhibitions
Frost Building 1st Floor Lobby
A cryptid is an animal whose existence or continued existence is disputed or unsubstantiated. This small exhibit introduces eight interestin... more
 
Sounds of Song and Dance: Recent Music Accessions
Exhibitions
LJAC Gallery Stephenson Hall 1st Floor
Highlights recent additions to the Appalachian Studies Artifacts Collection that relate to dance, music, and sound. Included are record al... more
 
Food for Fines
Community Service
Hutching Library: Circulation Desk
Hutchins Library November 06- December 18th Pay off your library fines and help your community Each donated item = $1.00 in fines Do... more
 
Ceramics Holiday Sale Saturday 12/12/15 and Monday 12/14/15
Exhibitions
Ceramics Holiday Sale Saturday 12/12/15 and Monday 12/14/15 9 a.m. To 3 p.m. Ceramics studio In the basement of the Danforth Technology ... more
 12:00am
Library Display: CELTS 15th Anniversary and Bonner Scholars 25th Anniversary
Exhibitions
Hutchins Library: Lobby Wall
Hutchins Library is hosting a display by CELTS and the Bonner Scholars Program celebrating the 15th Anniversary of CELTS and the 25th Annive... more
 7:00am
2hr 30m
$4 Breakfast for Faculty, Staff, Community
Community Service
Mountaineer Dining Hall, Alumni Building 1st floor
Healthy and delicious oatmeal bar with all the toppings and much more at the Mountaineer Dining Hall 7:00-9:30 am. Contact Connie Middleton ... more
 9:30am
30 min
Weight Watchers Open House
Health and Wellness
Science 101
Come learn about WW's newest program: Beyond the Scale. This program represents the biggest programmatic change to Weight Watchers in 50 yea... more
 12:00pm
1 hour
Spiritual Seekers: An Interfaith Program
Faith
Fireside Room, Draper Bldg.
Seekers produces lively discussion and attracts a diverse group of students, staff, and faculty each week. The seekers gather to discuss pre... more
 12:00pm
1 hour
Feel Better Fast
Health and Wellness
Fairchild 100
Topic for December 9th & 10th - How Values Light the Way(Presenter: Cindy Reed, MSW, LCSW) ---------------------------------------------... more
 1:00pm
2 hours
Christmas Open House
Health and Wellness
Fireside Room, Draper Bldg.
The Willis D. Weatherford, Jr. Campus Christian Center invites you to our Christmas Open House. Take a break, relax and have a warm beverag... more
 3:00pm
Alumnus Elton White to Speak at Berea College Mid-Year Graduation - Sunday December 13
Student Events
Phelps Stokes Chapel
Berea College welcomes alumnus Elton White, who will address Berea College seniors to share his thoughts on "Success in a Changing World" at... more
 6:30pm
1 hour
Creative Writing Group
Educational Opportunity
Woods-Penn 1
Creative writing to prompts with optional readback and discussion. Facilitated by advanced creative writing students. All writers -- campus... more
 10:00pm
CAB Late Night Breakfast
Student Events
Commons

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