Community Events

Japanese Club Tea House

The Japanese Club is hosting a Japanese Winter Festival theme Tea House. In cafe-like atmosphere you can enjoy a hot drink, chat, listen to Japanese music, try a Japanese treat or other confectionary, and learn about the festival.

Tea and Cocoa will be sold for $1 each.

The Japanese Club welcomes all students interested in learning more about Japanese culture, language and people through participation in events, workshops and activities.

Advisor: Mayumi Smith
Contact: 425-388-9380

Advisor: Heather Uhl
Contact: 425-388-9964

Faculty Performance: Trish Davies & Kathryn Johnson - POSTPONED

The Humanities Center, with the generous support of Faculty Development, presents instructors Trish Davies and Kathryn Johnson, who will combine guitar and voice for a program on work songs. This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

Humanities Lecture Series: Work, Money & Meaning

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Steven Horn

Humanities Lecture Series: Work, Money & Meaning

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Charles Fischer

Humanities Lecture Series: Work, Money & Meaning

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Margaret Riordan

Humanities Lecture Series: Work, Money & Meaning

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Sandra Lepper

EvCC Foundation Looking to the Future Benefit Breakfast

The EvCC Foundation 2014 Looking to the Future Benfit Breakfast.
All are welcome, RSVP required.
There will be a request for a donation at the event.
For information please call 425.388.9434

Faculty Performance: Beth Peterson

The Humanities Center, with the generous support of Faculty Development, presents drama instructor Beth Peterson directing a student reading of her original script. This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

Faculty Performance: Sherry Tuinstra-Rosales, mezzo-soprano

The Humanities Center, with the generous support of Faculty Development, presents a faculty recital featuring mezzo-soprano Sherry Tuinstra-Rosales. This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

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