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April 14, 2018

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Pride Fest

Pride Fest is an event to celebrate and show support for theLGBT+ community at Macomb Community College. Join us for:

• LGBT+ resources

• Light snacks

• Free give-a-ways

• Karaoke

• Rainbow tie-dye activity (t-shirts)

• Flag making

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

All Day African American Art: Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights Era, and Beyond: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Drawn from the Smithsonian American Art Museum's permanent collection are 100 artworks - paintings, sculpture, prints, and photographs - by 43 black artists who explored the African American experience from the Harlem Renaissance through the Civil Rights era and beyond, decades that saw tremendous change in African American life. Included are paintings by Benny Andrews, Jacob Lawrence and Lois Mailou Jones, and photographs by Roy deCarava, Gordon Parks, Roland Freeman and Marilyn Nance.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57874
All Day Faces of the Harlem Renaissance: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
During the early 20th century, African American poets, musicians, actors, artists and intellectuals moved to Harlem in New York City and brought new ideas that shifted the culture forever. From approximately 1918 to the mid 1930s, talent began to overflow within this newfound culture of the black community in Harlem, as prominent figures - Langston Hughes, Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday, to name a few - pushed art to its limit as a form of expression and representation.
The portraits and images displayed in this exhibit are some of the famous African Americans who helped shape the influential movement known as the Harlem Renaissance.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57875 
All Day Mathematics of the Harlem Renaissance: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This exhibit is a student-created display focusing on several areas of statistics and mathematics which relate to the Harlem Renaissance.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57873
All Day Poetry of the Harlem Renaissance: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
As Harlem transformed into a hub for African Americans in the early 1900s, African American writers began to thrive in the new, intellectually charged atmosphere. By the 1920s, many works were receiving critical praise in mainstream literary circles and popular acclaim among both black and white audiences. Originally dubbed the New Negro Movement, this outpouring of literature came to be known as the Harlem Renaissance. While some black poets continued to write primarily in traditional English literary forms, others explored black vernacular speech and lyrical forms while creating works that identified with the African American masses. The politics and ideals born from this era would serve as inspirations to African American artists for years to come and would also help to lay the foundation of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57879
All Day Savoring Harlem: Culinary Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
In its ninth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCC Culinary Institute presents: Savoring Harlem: Culinary Exhibit.
Begin at the Library lobby and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, ingredients, and all aspects of food culture related to the period of the Harlem Renaissance.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to all exhibit poster boards. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the end of the exhibit.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57876
All Day Scheduled Registration - 2018 Spring/Summer Term (Multi-Day Event)
Based on Appointment Schedule.  To check your schedule, visit My.Macomb.edu
All Day Wine Pairings with Harlem Cuisine: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created poster board exhibit, presented by Sommelier Heather Pusta's Wine Appreciation class (CULH 2025), will feature a variety of Harlem cuisine dishes paired with according wines.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 57877
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Michigan State Numismatic Society Annual Spring Convention & Coin Show
Contact:  Michigan State Numismatic Society
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Macomb Softball vs. Oakland
Support your Macomb Monarchs softball team!  All games subject to change due to weather and field conditions.

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7:30 PM - 10:00 PM The Wailin' Jennys

The Wailin’ Jennys are Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse three distinct voices that together make an achingly perfect vocal sound.

Starting as a happy accident of solo singer/songwriters getting together for a one-time-only performance at a tiny guitar shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, The Wailin’ Jennys have grown over the years into one of today’s most beloved international folk acts. Founding members Moody and Mehta along with New York-based Masse continue to create some of the most exciting music on the folk-roots scene, stepping up their musical game with each critically lauded recording and thrilling audiences with their renowned live performances.

Although known primarily as an acoustic outfit, The Wailin’ Jennys have a diverse musical background that has shaped their musical sensibilities. Soprano Ruth Moody (vocals, guitar, accordion, banjo, bodhrán) is a classically trained vocalist and pianist with a burgeoning solo career. Mezzo Nicky Mehta (vocals, guitar, harmonica, drums, ukulele) is a classically trained dancer raised on ’70s a.m. radio and heavily influenced by alternative pop. Alto Heather Masse (vocals, upright bass) is a Jazz Voice graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, who has performed in Mark O’Connor’s Hot Swing, Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings and is a regular guest on A Prairie Home Companion.

With their varying backgrounds, each of the Jennys is unique in their individual expression. Together they forge a unified folk-pop sound — all delivered with the irresistible vocal power of three.

Sat, Apr. 14, 7:30pm

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