Free Events This Week

3/7/11: The Week Ahead in Free Events

MONDAY (March 7, 2011)

– Graduate Women’s Network Writing Group, 4pm-8pm. Campus Center 903

– Smith College Jazz and Wind Ensembles, 7:30pm. Sweeney Concert Hall, Sage

– Dinner On Us: Workshop for Families With Young Children, 5:30pm. Student Union (Session includes childcare, dinner, and parking)

– Jean Valentine Poetry Reading, 8pm. National Yiddish Book Center at Hampshire College


TUESDAY (March 8, 2011): Happy International Woman’s Day!

GSS Senate and Member Meeting, 4pm. Campus Center 911-915

– GWN Yoga Group Meeting, 4-8pm. Campus Center 904-08

– Slurring Words, a talk by Professor Ernie Lapore, 5:30-7. Hampshire College (Franklin Patterson West Lecture Hall)

– The Day My God Died: Stories of Sexual Slavery in Bombay (Documentary), 6:30-7:30. Mount Holyoke College (Cleveland L-3)

– Barbershop Punk: critical issues surrounding the future of the American Internet (Film), 7pm-8:30pm. Mount Holyoke College (Dwight 101)

WEDNESDAY (March 9, 2011)

– The War of Information in the Middle East: lecture and film showing, 5pm. Smith College (Wright Hall, Weinstein Auditorium)

– Joanne Dominique Dwyer: poetry reading, 7pm. Smith College Poetry Center

Faculty Composition Recital: Greg Brown, 8pm. Smith College (Sweeney Hall, Sage)

– Graduate Women’s Network Writing Group, 4pm-8pm. Campus Center 903

“Occupied Minds,” Jamal Dajani, Director (2005). Presented by the 18th Annual Massachusetts Film Festival, 7:30pm, 101 Weinstein Auditorium

THURSDAY (March 10, 2011)

GEO Organizing Committee Meeting, 1pm, Campus Center 901

Breaking the Wave: Women, Their Organizations, and Feminism, 1945-1985: book talk with authors Kathleen Loughlin and Jacqueline Castledine, 5pm, Five College Women’s Research Center at Mt. Holyoke College

– That’s What It’s All About: Noelle Arms’ play reading. 7pm. Smith College (Earle Hall)

Ayurveda (concert). 8pm. Blanchard Great Room, Blanchard Campus Center, Mount Holyoke College

FRIDAY (March 11, 2011)

Smith College Museum of Art. 4pm-8pm, Free Second Friday

– As You Speak, So Is Your Heart: a lecture by Russell Holmes. 7:30pm. Seelye 106, Smith College



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