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3rd Annual Home Gardening School Presented by Penn State Extension Centre County Master Gardeners
The Penn State Master Gardeners of Centre County will host their third annual Home Gardening School, kicking off with a keynote address about Design Principles for a Beautiful, Productive, and Sustainable Garden by Shari Edelson, Director of Horticulture and Curator at The Arboretum at Penn State. Registration fee is $65; the deadline is Friday, March 10. For a complete schedule and to register, visit www.extension.psu.edu/home-gardening or call (814) 355-4897.
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Education, Ceremony, Veterans, Celebration, Military, History
A Celebration of Service Honoring PA Veterans at the Pennsylvania Military Museum
U.S. Army reunion and memorial service sponsored by the Pennsylvania National Guard commemorating the Pennsylvanian Citizen Soldier with a military band concert and equipment displays. Ceremony begins at 12:30 p.m. on the Pennsylvania Military outdoor grounds.
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Community Event, Talks/Lectures
All In: Diversity & Implicit Bias in the Legal Academy
Join Penn State Law for a panel discussion of race, ethnicity, diversity, and bias in the legal academy, and what these factors mean for law students, attorneys, and law professors. This distinguished panel will bring together speakers from across the Penn State Law community to offer a variety of perspectives on how diversity and bias are represented in the legal academy. The even is free and open to the public, but prior registration is requested. Panelists will include: Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia Penn State Law professor, immigration law expert, and Director of the Center for Immigrants' Rights Clinic Dara Purvis Penn State Law professor, and scholar of family law, contracts, feminist legal theory, and sexuality and the law. Larry Backer Penn State professor of Law and International Affairs and globalization scholar. Shushan Sadjadi Penn State Law student This event is part of Penn State's All In initiative, launched to spotlight the importance of diversity at Penn State, demonstrate the University’s commitment to inclusivity and inspire all members of the community to take an active role in promoting respect and embracing diversity. Penn State Law is proud to be "All In" for all members of our community, and looks forward to an evening of thoughtful discussion on diversity and bias. We hope to see you there!
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Classical
Altoona Symphony Orchestra
The ASO's music director, Teresa Cheung, has conducted orchestras for the New York City Ballet and the Bard Music Festival.
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Talks/Lectures
An Abolitionism Worthy of the Name: From Death Penalty Reform to Prison Abolition
In Derrida’s lectures on the death penalty, the United States figures as “both exemplary and exceptional.” Derrida acknowledges the racist structure of state violence in the United States, and he cites data and specific cases to support this point, but he does not develop a critical analysis of race or racism in the lecture series. Drawing on the work of incarcerated intellectual Mumia Abu-Jamal, critical race theorists Cheryl Harris and Angela Davis, and contemporary prison abolitionists, I argue that racism is an issue, not only in the particular context of the United States, but also for the logic of the death penalty that Derrida proposes to deconstruct. Derrida’s own account of indemnity, interest, and condemnation in the Tenth Session is incomplete without a supplementary analysis of black civil death and the construction of whiteness as property. In conclusion, I argue that an abolitionism worthy of the name would have to move beyond the death penalty, towards the (im)possible project of prison abolition and the abolition of white supremacy.
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Classical,Choral,Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms)
Anthracite Fields
Bang on a Can All-Stars and Bucknell University Camerata will perform "Anthracite Fields," Julia Wolfe's oratorio about turn-of-the-20th-century Pennsylvania coal miners, which won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
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Special Event
Appalachian Outdoors Pint Night
We're partnering with The North Face for an evening filled with fun, food, drink, silent auction and giveaways! A $10 donation at the door receives a North Face stainless steel pint glass, with proceeds going to the Centre County YMCA.
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Benefit/Fundraiser,Community Event,General
Attic Tag Sale
Packwood House Museum's most popular fundraiser, the annual Attic Tag Sale features an array of items ranging from books and baskets to jewelry, toys, kitchenware and more. Item donations are still being sought and will be acceptd trhough February 27.
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Children, Education, Extreme Sports
August BOOT CAMP for KIDS
August 05 – BOOT CAMP for KIDS – A summer day camp of military instruction designed for children ages 08 to 13. Participants are assigned to platoons attending to three training stations staffed by prior service soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines. A t-shirt, boonie hat and lunch of Meals-Ready-to-Eat are provided. Pre-registration and program fee of $40 required. Registration deadline JULY 19, 2017.
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Children, Family/Child, History/Science
Baby Explorers at Discovery Space
Every Wednesday 10:30-11am. Visit with your baby to explore science together through books and movement. Perfect for adults with a 6-month to 2-year-old child. Free with membership or paid admission.
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