Event Calendar

Jul
27
Free Guided Tours at The Native Plant Center
Visit our demonstration gardens in their summer glory during this Garden Conservancy Open Days event (...) MORE »
Aug
5
New Student Orientation
At Orientation, you will meet and get to know your peers, attend various interactive and dynamic workshops, learn about essential resources and opportunities available to you, and have a few laughs along the way! (...) MORE »
Aug
6
New Student Orientation
Orientation is a single day experience where a returning student will serve as your host and guide. (...) MORE »
Aug
7
New Student Orientation
With a small group of your peers, you will be taken around campus as you interact with one another and participate in a variety of fun and informative workshops with College faculty, staff and administration. (...) MORE »
Sep
6
Native Plant Appreciation Weekend
Find native trees, shrubs, and more with the help of our knowledgeable volunteer personal shoppers and nursery staff who will answer questions and help you make selections. (...) MORE »
Sep
7
Native Plant Appreciation Weekend
Rosedale Nurseries in Hawthorne is hosting a weekend-long sale to benefit The Native Plant Center. (...) MORE »
Sep
14
STRICTLY FOR STRINGS FALL FROLIC
Enjoy the musical strains of beloved compositions featuring “mostly strings.” (...) MORE »
Sep
16
Improve Your Customer Relations & Sales
This workshop will help you attract new customers by learning more about American-style, customs and expectations. (...) MORE »
Sep
20
WASSA PAN AFRIKA DANCE ENSEMBLE: Afrika Wonba!
This sensational performance celebrates the cultural heritage of Africa through music, dance, stories and songs. (...) MORE »
Sep
20
Coaching Clinic
If you are an Immigrant Entrepreneur and are looking for advice from an Accountant, a Lawyer, a Credit Counselor or a Strategy Consultant, schedule a 30—minute—counselling session to get your questions answered by small business experts! (...) MORE »
Sep
23
Poets & Writers
Hrebeniak is Professor and Director of Studies in English at Wolfson College at England’s prestigious Cambridge University. His first book, Action Writing: Jack Kerouac’s Wild Form was nominated for an MLA prize. (...) MORE »
Sep
30
BUDRUS
This film is part of the Gateway Monthly Film Series. (...) MORE »
Oct
2
Great Books Forum
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature in company with interested readers from the college and the community. (...) MORE »
Oct
2
Financial Literacy Program
If you are an Immigrant Entrepreneur interested in learning how to finance your business, join us at the Financial Literacy Program (...) MORE »
Oct
5
MUSICAL SHOW: Music from the Heart
This musical show is an international journey featuring Mary Mancini, acclaimed soprano, and Mario Tacca, world renowned accordion virtuoso. (...) MORE »
Oct
10
FOOTNOTE
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Oct
11
DANCEWORKS CHICAGO
Vibrant and innovative, this company shares a diverse repertoire featuring who is new and what is next in contemporary dance as well as exciting work from established choreographers (...) MORE »
Oct
17
THE ATTACK
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Oct
18
ITALIAN CULTURAL FILM:The Great Beauty
Journalist Jep Gambardella has seduced his way through the lavish nightlife of Rome for decades. (...) MORE »
Oct
18
AMERICAN SHAKESPEARE CENTER: Much Ado About Nothing (comedic play)
Considered to be Shakespeare’s best comedy, this joyful play combines elements of hilarity with serious reflections on honor, shame and court politics. (...) MORE »
Oct
22
LA GRANDE BELLEZZA (The Great Beauty)
Jep Gambardella has seduced his way through the lavish nightlife of Rome for decades, but after his 65th birthday and a shock from the past, he looks past the nightclubs and parties to find a timeless landscape of absurd, exquisite beauty. (...) MORE »
Oct
24
THE HUNT
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Oct
30
Poets & Writers
Nicholas Powers is an Assistant Professor of English at SUNY Old Westbury. His poetry collection, Theater of War was published in 2004. (...) MORE »
Oct
31
IN THE HOUSE
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Nov
1
ANTICS DANCE: Illuminated Manuscript (hip-hop dance theatre)
Through the art of street dance and multimedia theater performance, this company blurs the lines between the past and present with its vibrant interpretation of The Epic of Gilgamesh. (...) MORE »
Nov
6
The Great Books Forum
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature in company with interested readers from the college and the community. (...) MORE »
Nov
7
SALZBURG MARIONETTE THEATER: Debussy’s The Toy Box (ballet)
This Austrian company, over 100 years old, imparts a virtuosic artistry to an ancient art form. (...) MORE »
Nov
7
THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Nov
14
SISTER
The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. (...) MORE »
Nov
18
SUGAR
The story of Miguel Santos, a. k. a. Sugar (Algenis Perez Soto), a Dominican pitcher who struggles to make it to the big leagues, and pulls his family and himself out of poverty. (...) MORE »
Dec
4
The Great Books Forum
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature in company with interested readers from the college and the community. (...) MORE »
Dec
5
HOLLYWOOD CONCERT ORCHESTRA A Viennese Christmas
Bring in the holiday spirit with this premier world-renowned ensemble of America’s finest musicians. (...) MORE »
Jan
24
NATIONAL PLAYERS: To Kill A Mockingbird (dramatic play)
Harper Lee’s classic novel offers a keyhole view into the struggles faced by a small town and its people. (...) MORE »
Feb
1
DANCEWORKS FOR CHILDREN
This annual favorite is where the kids get into the action on stage. Great fun for all! (...) MORE »
Feb
21
THE CASHORE MARIONETTES: Life in Motion
Award winning artist Joseph Cashore creates and manipulates amazingly lifelike marionettes. (...) MORE »
Mar
15
CALADH NUA: St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Caladh Nua is a tightly-knit, vibrant and staggeringly talented band with its origins deeply rooted in the Southern counties of Ireland. (...) MORE »
Apr
11
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
12
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
17
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
18
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
19
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
May
23
LADIES OF LAUGHTER: Funny & Fabulous Tour (stand-up comedy)
Following the heralded national contest in search of the country’s funniest comediennes, this evening’s show features three smart, sexy, and savvy stand-ups (...) MORE »