Day: 4/4/2013 Time: 7:30pm Location: Ada Arts & Heritage
Description Melody Baggech, Doug Laramore, and Rudy Lupinski will present Sound The Trumpet, a recital featuring music for soprano and trumpet, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday evening, April 4 at the Ada Arts and Heritage Center. The performance will include music of A. Scarlatti, G. F. Händel, Rossini, Purcell, and local composers, Victoria Davison and Rudy Lupinski, as well as several jazz pieces. The concert will be assisted by Bronson Warren on contrabass and Ben Finley on drums.
Day: 4/6/2013 Time: 10:00am-2:00pm Location: Wintersmith Park
Description CIRCAW and her partners are planning events for April’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Community Partners are The Chickasaw Nation, Family Crisis Center and the Pontotoc County District Attorney’s office. The main event is “Stomp out Sexual Assault”, a community-wide awareness day scheduled for Saturday, April 6, 2013, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., at Wintersmith Park. The event will include a 5-K walk, free hamburgers, entertainment and other free Park activities.
Description Tickets will be $8 at the door with a student ID and $10 for outsiders. Country Can Cure is a benefit concert put on by the ladies of Zeta Tau Alpha for their Breast Cancer Education and Awareness philanthropy. Country Can Cure presents the local band, "Clint Austen", a silent auction and a bake sale.
Description Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity is hosting a 5-on-5 volleyball tournament. Teams must consist of five players with at least one girl per team. Cost is $20 per team with early registration or $30 per team at the time of the tournament. Cash prize given to the winning team.
Description 1st Place Winners: $400. Registration Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2013. BEFORE 5 p.m.
Return registration to the Office of Campus Life and Leadership located in the Administration building Rm. 150, during regular business hour: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.
Description Cash Prizes Winners: 1st $300 - 2nd $200 - 3rd $100. Application Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2013. BEFORE 5 p.m.
Return completed applications to the Office of Campus Life and Leadership Rm. 150 or the Housing and Residence Life office Rm. 155 located in the Administration building, during regular business hour: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm. Late registrants accepted only if space permits.
Description This workshop provides counselors with a general understanding of the identification of eating disorders; understanding of the relationship between eating disorders and self-injurious behavior and best practices for treatment.
Community Registration: $35
For community early bird online discount of $10 use code: SPRING
(Only $10 for ECU Employees or Students with a valid ECU ID#)
Continuing Education Units (3 hours) will be given for LPC, LMFT, LCSW, CADC, LADC, Case Managers & Peer Recovery Support Specialists. Registration is available in person or by telephone at the ECU Center for Continuing Education & Community Services in Fentem Hall, Room 114, Lindsey Tilley 580-559-5465.
Day: 4/27/2013 Time: 10:00am-2:00pm Location: Centennial Plaza
Description The Street Festival celebrates the ending of the Kids 4 Kids Clothing and Toy Donation Drive and National Child Awareness Month. This is the last day to bring new clothes and toys for the children of the Kiowa Nation and to have some fun with your own children. There will be free hot dogs, chips and refreshments. There will be booths for different kinds of arts & crafts, moon bounce, and stickball demonstration by the Native American Student Association. The Festival is free and open to the public.
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