Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 2

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Thai inpired menu: Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Shrimp Pad Thai, and Coconut Jasmine Rice Pudding.

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Tom Stone, Woods Hole Research CenterResearch Associate Emeritus

3:30pm Series: Climate Change and Cape Cod
Tom Stone, Woods Hole Research Center Research Associate Emeritus
Lecture Hall B

About the series: Each Thursday, the HON200 Honors Colloquium class is sponsoring a series of films and speakers about climate change on Cape Cod.


Friday, April 3

Stamps commemorating e-mail

11:30am–1:30pm E-mail Marketing For Success: Newsletters & Announcements
Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC)
Hyannis Center

E-mail is more important than ever – to the communication efforts of businesses and nonprofits everywhere; and to the customer, donor, client or supporter of those organizations. This session will reveal some simple but effective best practices and considerations for the small business or nonprofit seeking to make their e-mail newsletters more effective.

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Tuesday, April 7

Still from the film: The Iran Job

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: The Iran Job
Lecture Hall A

When American basketball player Kevin Sheppard accepts a one year job to play for A.S. Shiraz, Iran's super league team, his expectations are not high. But his unlikely friendship with three Iranian women gives him an insight into Iranian life that introduces him to their rich and complex culture.

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Wednesday, April 8

Cover of the novel: Blackbird House

12:30–2:00pm One Book, One College Event
Grossman Commons Cafeteria

Reading of the story The Edge of the World followed by information from the International Federation for Animal Welfare (IFAW) about their stranding network.

About the book: Through a series of short stories, this novel traces the lives of the various occupants of an old Massachusetts house, the Blackbird House, over a span of two hundred years.

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Thursday, April 9

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Spanish inpired menu: Battered Chicken Tapas, Guisado De Chorizo (Chorizo stew), and Warm Apple Tart with Vanilla Ice Cream.

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Poster for the exhibition: Layers of Abstraction

1:00–4:00pm Artist Reception
Layers of Abstraction Exhibit
Higgins Art Gallery

Layers of Abstraction is an exhibition of artwork by Ted Ollier, Artist-in-Residence.

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Performers of the play: Lysistrata

7:00pm Opening Night: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID.

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Friday, April 10

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

7:00pm Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID.

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Saturday, April 11

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

2:00pm and 7:00pm Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID. Matinee performance: "Pay What You Can."

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Tuesday, April 14

Dan Harris, BC News co-anchor of Good Morning America and Night Line

1:00–2:30pm Panel Discussion: Mindfulness
Tilden Arts Main Theater

Dan Harris of ABC's Good Morning, America and Nightline and author of 10% Happier, a book described as "both a deadly serious and seriously funny look at mindfulness and meditation as the next big public health revolution," will be joined by panelists from Cape Cod to discuss mindfulness.

Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Free for students with valid ID.

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Still from the film: The Road Home

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: The Road Home
Lecture Hall A

As a son helps his mother arrange for the funeral of his father in the traditional Chinese manner, the story of his parents' meeting and courtship emerges and the son learns that his parents married for love.

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Wednesday, April 15

Man with a laptop

11:30am–1:30pm Small Business Lunch and Learn Series
8 Strategies to Improve Your Social Media Marketing Efforts
Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC)
Hyannis Center

Do you need help getting started with your social media marketing strategy? Do you know what to include? Goals and objectives guide your social media strategy to help you successfully connect with your customers. In this presentation, we will share what you need to include in your social media marketing strategy so it works from day one.

All of the Lunch and Learn events are free of charge. The seminars will be located at the Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis. To register, please call Mary Conklin at 508.375.5002, or register online.

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Cover of the novel: Blackbird House

12:30–2:00pm One Book, One College Event
Grossman Commons Cafeteria

Reading of the story The Witch of Truro followed by a presentation by Misty Niemeyer of IFAW Marine Mammal Rescue and Research.

About the book: Through a series of short stories, this novel traces the lives of the various occupants of an old Massachusetts house, the Blackbird House, over a span of two hundred years.

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Thursday, April 16

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Swedish inpired menu: Kroppkakor, Swedish Style Meatballs, and Crisp Deep Fried Apple Slices.

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Friday, April 17

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

7:00pm Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID.

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Saturday, April 18

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

2:00pm and 7:00pm Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID. Matinee performance: "Pay What You Can."

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Tuesday, April 21

Still from the film: The Iran Job

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Amen
Lecture Hall A

Based on historical records, Amen reflects on the horrors of WWII through the story of Kurt Gerstein, who helped to develop the Zyklon B gas. Gerstein becomes aware of how his invention is being used and he reaches out to the Catholic Church for help, hoping that the Pope and others can intervene to stop the slaughter of the Jews.

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Wednesday, April 22

An Honors student with a presentation board

12:00–2:00pm 8th Annual Honors Reception
Tilden Arts Lobby

The annual Honors Program Reception give Honors students the opportunity to explain the depth and complexity of the additional work they've done, over and above their traditional academic courses, to achieve Honors status.

 

Cover of the novel: Blackbird House

2:00–3:30pm One Book, One College Event
Lorusso Solarium

A presentation and speakers from the 4CYP (Cape Cod Community College Young Professionals) club and the Cape Cod Young Professionals will discuss making a career and staying on Cape Cod.

About the book: Through a series of short stories, this novel traces the lives of the various occupants of an old Massachusetts house, the Blackbird House, over a span of two hundred years.

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Thursday, April 23

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Mediterranean inpired menu: European Cucumber & Heirloom Tomato Salad, Marinated Pork Skewers, and Three Nut (Cashews, Pecan, and Pistachio) Baklava.

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Friday, April 24

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

Last Week
7:00pm Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID.

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Saturday, April 25

Performers of the play: Lysistrata

Last Week
2:00pm and 7:00pm
Theater Production: Lysistrata
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

$15 General Admission, free with Student ID. Matinee performance: "Pay What You Can."

Note: Contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for all audiences.

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Tuesday, April 28

Still from the film: Salvo

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Salvo
Lecture Hall A

A ruthless Sicilian hit man finds his humanity when he confronts young Rita, a blind young woman who has witnessed the killing of her brother. As Salvo decides whether to spare her life, both their lives are irrevocably changed.

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Wednesday, April 29

Cover of the novel: Blackbird House

11:00am–12:30pm One Book, One College Event
Lorusso Solarium

Panel on the sustainability of commercial fishing moderated by Professor Michael Bejtlich with scientists Gary Shepherd and Chad Demarest from Woods Hole and commercial fishermen, Captain Ray Crane and Captain Nick Muto.

About the book: Through a series of short stories, this novel traces the lives of the various occupants of an old Massachusetts house, the Blackbird House, over a span of two hundred years.

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Thursday, April 30

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Italian inpired menu: Caprese Stack, Tagliatelle with Shrimp Scampi and Saffron Sauce, and Tiramisu.

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