Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack invites you to join her at UMass Dartmouth’s first
Blue & Gold Gala
Dedicating the Claire T. Carney Library and celebrating the written word
Saturday, October 14, 2006, 6 pm
Library Browsing and Reading areas
6 pm Reception and silent auction
7:30 pm Dinner
Celebration of the Written Word
Naming of the library in honor of Claire T. Carney
Library campaign launch
Per person $150
Table of eight $1,200
Proceeds to benefit the library
RSVP by October 1
To learn more about how you can support the library campaign:
The UMass Dartmouth Library Associates presents LYRIC LIFELINES: Featuring: Poet Marc Widershien and singer D’Anna Fortunato, accompanied by Pianist John MacDonald.
October 29, 2006, 2 pm Visual and Performing Arts Building, Group 6, Room 153
This annual fundraiser features a reception following the performance to benefit the UMass Dartmouth Library Archives and Special Collections. Refreshments will be served.
Tickets are $15.00 (free to UMD students with an ID)
Parking is available in Lots 9 and 10.
An exploration of the peculiar power of caricatures and cartoons to inflame. The lecture will include discussion of anti-semitic cartoons and the so-called “cartoon riots” of last year.
Speaker: Phil Cox, Ph.D
Place: Library Browsing Area
Date: 9/27/06 – Wednesday
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm
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The UMass Dartmouth Library Associates and the Center for Jewish Culture presents a special program
“JEWISH LIFELINES: RECOLLECTIONS OF SOUTHCOAST RESIDENTS”
September 14, 2006 at 7 pm – UMass Dartmouth Library Browsing Area – This event is open to the general public and is free.
The program will feature a Panel to discuss the Oral History Project of the Center for Jewish Archives with the following speakers: Cindy Yoken, moderator, Professor Robert Waxler, founding director of the CJC, Judy Barry, volunteer coordinator of the CJC, and Interviewees: William Abesh of New Bedford, Rachel Levinson of North Dartmouth and Dr. Irving Fradkin of Fall River.
A reception to honor the interviewees will follow the program.
The Center for Jewish Culture archives will be on exhibit in the library. Judy Farrar, the UMass Dartmouth archives and special collections librarian, and Barbara Kaplan, the CJC archives volunteer, have coordinated the exhibit.
Parking will be available in Parking Lot 13, near the entrance to the Library.
For more information call Cindy Yoken, Center for Jewish Culture, 508.910.6974 or Hillel, 508.999.9241.