First Wednesday at the Library

Published on Thu, February 03, 2011

Take advantage of the Study Grounds Special! Receive a free small coffee with any purchase. (Coupons available at the Library Front Desk.)

Attend any or all of the programs and enter to win a door or grand prize.


1 - 2 p.m.

LRC 319

Storytelling Workshop with Annette Fisher

Stories have always been part of Annette Fisher's life.  From hearing stories about her grandmother's "old country" to studying under Master Storyteller, Laura Simms. Stories can be used in curriculum building, healing ministry, and robust politics. They surround us and transform us. Annette holds a masters in library science and public administration.  There is always a yarn to weave, a tale to tell, and a story that has to be told. Learn to weave your own story at this workshop!

3- 4 p.m.

LRC 319

Learn Sign Language

Marcia Shaffer will administer a workshop on sign language. Marcia has a masters of arts in teaching from Marywood University. She taught K-12 where she incorporated sign language into the classroom.


4- 5 p.m.

Next to the Library Front Desk

Guitar and voice performance

Charles Truitt, Assistant Professor of guitar and music theory in the Department of Music, Theater and Dance, will perform selected guitar solos, and will join with mezzo-soprano Carol Tome to perform the six Lute Songs by contemporary Czech composer Petr Eben.  The duo will also perform a set of three Songs of the Tide by Australian composer Richard Cha.