Event Calendar

Nov
5
Feodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment
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
6
A SEPARATION – Film
An Iranian middle-class couple separate and conflicts arise when the husband hires a lower-class care giver for his elderly father, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. (...) MORE »
Nov
13
THE RAILWAY MAN – FIlm
A former British Army officer, who was tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labor camp during World War II, discovers that the man responsible is still alive and sets out to confront him. (...) MORE »
Nov
17
Fall Open House
Visit academic and student services tables, participate in a campus tour and information session. (...) MORE »
Nov
17
THE SONG OF SPARROWS
When an ostrich rancher focuses on replacing his daughter's hearing aid, which breaks right before crucial exams, everything changes for a struggling rural family in Iran. (...) MORE »
Nov
19
EDGAR OLIVER
This New York playwright, performer, storyteller, and poet has produced work that The New Yorker's Hilton Als has called “emotionally grand.” (...) MORE »
Nov
21
TAYLOR 2
This innovative company ensures that Paul Taylor’s works can be seen by audiences worldwide. (...) MORE »
Dec
3
Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago
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
NEWPOLI: A TRADITIONAL ITALIAN CHRISTMAS
In Music di Natale, the traditional Italian Christmas is presented through the folk music of Southern Italy, from shepherd songs of the Apennine Mountains to music from the courts and piazzas of Naples. (...) MORE »
Jan
23
Julius Caesar (Shakespearean drama)
This is considered to be quite the political drama, which bears relevance in today’s global arena. (...) MORE »
Feb
7
WINTER INTERLUDE ROMANTIC PERIOD
Enjoy a Sunday afternoon of delightful classical music presented by the Camerata Chamber Players. (...) MORE »
Feb
14
STEPCREW (Valentine’s Day Celebration)
Make this cultural treat a Valentine’s Day gift! Combining Celtic music, superlative vocals and three styles of percussive dance (Ottawa Valley Stepdance, Irish Stepdance, and Tap), this is a unique, high-energy tour-de-force production. (...) MORE »
Feb
28
INTERNATIONAL GUITAR NIGHT (IGN)
The world’s foremost acoustic guitarists perform their latest original compositions and exchange musical ideas. (...) MORE »
Apr
23
DANZANOVA
The troupe’s soul-shaking shows are versatile explorations of ethnic world music, performed by a fiery group of virtuoso musicians. (...) MORE »
May
14
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespearean comedy)
Shakespeare's most mischievous comedy throws unrequited lovers, warring fairies, and amateur thespians into a mysterious forest and sets a trickster named Puck loose on them all. (...) MORE »