Upcoming Events

Monday, February 8

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Black History Month Event
Film: Eyes on the Prize: No Easy Walk (1961–1963)
2:00pm, Lorusso Solarium

Depicts major civil rights movement events in 3 American cities: Albany, GA, Birmingham, AL and Washington, DC. Also explores the success of various political tactics and the involvement of the federal government.

Tuesday, February 9

Installation by Scott Anderson

Closing Reception: CCCC Faculty Art Exhibit
12:00–2:30pm
Higgins Art Gallery

This collection showcases the professional work of the artists/educators who teach courses ranging from drawing, design, painting and sculpture to mosaics, silk screening, printmaking and graphic arts.

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Still from the film: Scheherazade, Tell me a Story

Foreign Film Series: Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

Hebba, a Cairo talk-show host, responds to demands to tone down her increasingly political tone by inviting three normal, working-class women to the show: a virgin spinster, a businesswoman convicted of murder, and a married dentist. Arab social inequality and women's issues are examined.

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Thursday, February 11

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Black History Month Event
Film: Independent Lens: A Ballerina's Tale
2:30pm, Lorusso Solarium

Explore the rise of Misty Copeland, who made history as the first African-American female principal dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theater. Get an intimate look at this groundbreaking dancer during a crucial period in her life.

Tuesday, February 16

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Black History Month Event
Film: Eyes on the Prize: Mississippi: Is This America (1962–1964)
11:30am, Lorusso Solarium

This program explores the resentment of Mississipians toward federal intervention in voting rights, the role of Northern Whites in a series of activities that climated in the Freedom Summer of 1964 and the conflicts between liberals and movement activites of the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City.

Still from the film: The Desert Ark

Foreign Film Series: The Desert Ark
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

A modern-day Romeo and Juliet in the Algerian desert, The Desert Ark gives viewers an inside look at the world of the Tuareg people. Myriam has been promised in an arranged marriage. When she falls in love with Amin, family honors must be satisfied.

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Wednesday, February 17

Dave Bushy, Vice Chair, CCCC Board of Trustees

Economics Club Speaker Series
Dave Bushy, Vice Chair, CCCC Board of Trustees
2:00pm
MM Wilkens Hall S-106

Dave Bushy is Vice Chair of the CCCC Board of Trustees and has played a key role on the team establishing CCCC's Aviation Maintenance and Technician Program. He has served as President and Chief Operating Officer at Cape Air, Vice President of Flight Operations at JetBlue, as well as Senior Vice President of Flight Operations at Delta.

Everyone is welcome.

Thursday, February 18

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Black History Month Event
Film: Independent Lens: The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
2:00pm, Lorusso Solarium

Revisit the turbulent 1960s, when a new revolutionary culture emerged with the Black Panther Party at the vanguard. Stanley Nelson tells the vibrant story of a pivotal movement that feels timely all over again.

Monday, February 22

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Black History Month Event
African Dance and Drum
12:00pm, Grossman Commons Cafeteria

Professor Tara Murphy along with professional African drummers and members of her African drum class offer a spirited display of African Dance while the Dance club will feature African dance originated from the continent of Africa. All are invited to come and participate.

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Black History Month Event
Film: Eyes on the Prize: Bridge to Freedom (1965)
2:00pm, Lorusso Solarium

This program explores efforts by civil rights activists in Selma, AL to sustain nonviolent street protests to generate nationwide sympathy and federal intervention.


Tuesday, February 23

Still from the film: The Pirogue

Foreign Film Series: The Pirogue
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

The exodus of desperate North Africans in boats, hoping to reach Europe, is currently a front page topic, but La Pirogue shows us it is not a new phenomenon. La Pirogue focuses on thirty men aboard a small fishing boat, willing to risk the perils at sea and those that might follow.

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Wednesday, February 24

Mahesh Ramachandran, Cape Cod Commission

Economics Club Special Guest
Dr. Mahesh Ramachandran, Cape Cod Commission
12:00pm
North 115

Dr. Mahesh Ramachandran, an Environmental Economist at the Cape Cod Commission, holds a Masters and Ph. D in Economics from Clark University.  Environmental economists combine available socio-economic information, geospatial data and policy information to design mathematical models and scientific surveys.

Prior to joining the Commission, Dr. Ramachandran worked for Yale University on a major NASA project that sought to answer questions on the intersection of urbanization and global environmental changes.

Come to learn more about environmental issues on Cape Cod. Everyone is welcome.

Thursday, February 25

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Black History Month Event
Film: Independent Lens: Through a Lens Darkly
2:00pm, Lorusso Solarium

This is the story of the pioneering African-American photographers – men and women, celebrated and anonymous – who have recorded the lives and aspirations of generations, from slavery to the present.

Michaela Herlihy, Beacon Financial Planning of Cape Cod

Economics Club Speaker Series
Michaela G. Herlihy, President of Beacon Financial Planning of Cape Cod
2:00pm
North 117

Michaela G. Herlihy is a Certified Financial Planner™ and is the President of Beacon Financial Planning of Cape Cod, Inc. Come find out what it is like to run a financial planning firm on Cape Cod. Everyone is welcome.

Monday, February 29

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Black History Month Event
Film: Eyes on the Prize: The Time Has Come (1964–1967)
11:30am, Lorusso Solarium

After a decade-long cry for justice, a new sound is heard in the civil rights movement: the insistent call for power. Malcolm X takes an eloquent nationlism to urban streets as a younger generation of black leaders listens.

Tuesday, March 1

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Small Business Leadership Messaging
8:00–10:00am
540 Main Street
Hyannis Center

An informative session on leadership messaging for small business owners. There is no cost for this session. Sponsored by Eastern Bank.

A light breakfast will be provided. Registration is required.

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Still from the film: If You Don't, I Will

Foreign Film Series: If You Don't, I Will
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

Pomme and Pierre have been a couple for a long time, and they annoy each other constantly. During a troubled hiking trip, Pomme decides to stay on alone in the woods, hoping to find some answers, while Pierre returns home alone, sure that Pomme will follow.

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Wednesday, March 2

Victor Santos, CCCC Vice President, Human Resources

Economics Club Speaker Series
Victor Santos, CCCC Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
2:00pm
MM Wilkens Hall S-106

Mr. Santos is a tri-lingual, senior level HR professional dedicated to the community. In addition to his extensive background in Human Resources, he is a great supporter of education, arts, culture, social services, and human rights. He has written a number of plays and original songs, and has founded the Community Center Grupo Amigos Da Terceira, a cultural and charitable organization which has donated more than one million dollars to many charitable causes since he founded it in 1988.

Everyone is welcome.

Thursday, March 3

Student at PTK Induction Ceremony

PTK Induction Ceremony
5:00pm
Tilden Arts Main Theater

Phi Theta Kappa invites you to the Spring Induction Ceremony.

Join us in congratulating our newest members.


Tuesday, March 8

Still from the film: Amour Fou

Foreign Film Series: Amour Fou
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

Inspired by historical events, Amour Fou is the story of the melancholy Heinrich van Kleist, a young poet in Romantic-era Berlin, who decides the only way to escape his despair is through suicide. Looking for a woman to accompany him on this final journey, he meets and persuades Henrietta Vogel, a fan.

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Wednesday, March 9

Susan Miller, CCCC Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

Rotaract Club Speaker Series
Susan Miller, CCCC Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs
2:00pm
MM Wilkens Hall S-106

VP Miller serves as VP of Academic & Student Affairs at CCCC and holds an EdD in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She teaches for the UMASS Boston RN-BSN Program on Cape Cod, and is a member of the Rotary Club of Bourne-Sandwich.

Everyone is welcome.

Tuesday, March 22

Still from the film: Love Me

Foreign Film Series: Love Me
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

When Cemal, an inexperienced and naïve young man from Turkey, accompanies his uncle on a business trip to Ukraine and meets Sasha at a nightclub, everything changes for them. Although language and culture divide them, an unexpectedly genuine relationship grows from this unlikely meeting.

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Tuesday, March 29

Still from the film: Second Coming

Foreign Film Series: Second Coming
3:30pm
Lecture Hall A

Second Coming follows the lives of Jackie and Mark, busy and hard-working parents whose marriage fills with tension when Jackie discovers that, although she and Mark have not been intimate for some time, she is inexplicably pregnant.

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Saturday, April 2

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STEM Journey 2016
12:00–4:00pm
West Barnstable campus

The theme this year will be: Land, Air, and Sea.

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