Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 5

Darby Hobbs of Social3

9:30am Innovation Speaker Series: Darby Hobbs
Social Innovation – a holistic view of the 'new normal'

Lorusso Solarium

In 2013 Darby Hobbs launched SOCIAL3®, which focuses on cultivating Environmental Social and Governance (ESG), Impact Investing and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Her work helps ensure that a firm's vision and strategy align with its marketplace engagement.

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Zammer students preparing a meal

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

Persian inpired menu: Soup Mast vaKhiar, KhoresheEsfanaj, and Pistachio & Rose Water Brittle Cookie.

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Rich Delaney, President and CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies

3:30pm Speaker and Film Series: Climate Change on Cape Cod
Global Trends, Local Impacts
Rich Delaney, President and CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies
Lecture Hall B

About the series: The HON200 Honors Colloquium class is sponsoring a series of films and speakers about climate change on Cape Cod. Attendance is free and open to all.

Friday, March 6

Table setting

7:00pm Series: Play With Your Food
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

Zane to Gate 69, by CJ Ehrlich
T.P., by Emily Tullock
Unhappy Ending, by Gabrielle Rosson

This series features local and regional playwrights' original scripts for staged, workshop readings. The readings are designed to provide the writers feedback on their work. Audience members are encouraged to share their thoughts during the "talk back" sessions with the playwrights, directors, and actors, that occurs at the end of each evening.

Admission is FREE with a donation of a non-perishable good that will be donated to a local food pantry.

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Saturday, March 7

Performers for the True Story Theater

7:00pm True Story Theater
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

Stories of hope and recovery: a one-of-a-kind evening of live theater where stories from the audience are brought to life through improvisational drama and music.

Admission $10 (proceeds benefit CCCC students in recovery award), free to those with CCCC ID.

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Sunday, March 8

Book cover for: On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer's

1:30–4:30pm Alzheimer's from the Inside
Tilden Arts Center

A panel presentation moderated by WXTK Radio's Ed Lambert and book signing event featuring Greg O'Brien, author of On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer's.

Admission $30 per person (includes a signed copy of On Pluto)

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Tuesday, March 10

Still from the film: For a Woman

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: For a Woman
Lecture Hall A

After her mother's death, Anne, a writer, discovers old photos and letters that lead her to look closely at her mother's and father's lives. Her parents met in a concentration camp during WWII and then moved to France to rebuild their lives. Anne's discoveries point her towards a family secret from their past.

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Wednesday, March 18

Globe made up of people

11:30am–1:30pm Small Business Lunch and Learn Series
PR and the Web for Your Small Business
Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC)
Hyannis Center

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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Tuesday, March 24

Still from the film: Tanta Agua

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Tanga Agua
Lecture Hall A

When Lucia and Federico's father picks them up from their mother for a short vacation at a thermal spring, nothing goes as planned. The never-ending rain has closed the springs and their father insists on quality family time, even though there is little to do. All three struggle with the distance growing between them.

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Morgan State University Choir

7:00pm Morgan State University Choir
Tilden Arts Main Theater

You are invited to hear one of America's Premier Vocal Ensembles, the Morgan State University Choir, in the opening performance of their New England Tour.

The choral forces of this critically acclaimed, internationally touring choir include The University Choir of over 120 voices, and The Morgan Singers, a select ensemble of approximately 40 voices. While classical, gospel, and contemporary popular music comprise the Choir's repertoire; the choir is noted for its emphasis on preserving the heritage of The Spiritual, especially in the historic practices of performance.

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Saturday, March 28

STEM Journey logo

12:00–4:00pm STEM Journey: Ocean Discovery
West Barnstable Campus

The theme of this year's STEM Journey is Ocean Discovery: Great White Sharks to Deep Ocean Exploration. The program will feature keynote presentations by Dr. David Gallo – Director of Special Projects at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the ever-popular Dr. Greg Skomal – Senior Biologist from Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.

The event is open to the public and is specifically designed for students Cape-wide in grades K-12 as well as to Boy and Girl Scouts on the Cape and Islands and Southeastern Mass.

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Tuesday, March 31

Dr. Michael West

1:00–1:45pm Innovation Speaker Series: Dr. Michael West
Director of Astronomy, Maria Mitchell Association
Lorusso Solarium

Dr.West has three decades of experience as a professional astronomer and has held research and teaching positions around the world. Before coming to the Maria Mitchell Association as Director of Astronomy in 2013, he spent six years as Head of Science in Chile for the European Southern Observatory, a scientific partnership of 14 European countries that is currently building the world’s largest telescope in Chile's northern desert.

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Still from the film: In the Name Of

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: In the Name Of
Lecture Hall A

Father Adam heads a residential hostel for delinquent teens in the Polish countryside. The daily routine consists of manual labor and evening football matches. Adam forms a relationship with a local young man and struggles to reconcile his faith, responsibilities, and sexuality.

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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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