Music, spoken words, and praise dancing
Sunday, January 15, 4 p.m.
1st Baptist Church, 169 South Cherry Street
Sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee
Annual Holiday Breakfast
Keynote address by James Jacobs
Monday, January 16, 7:30 a.m.
Central Congregational Church
Tickets: $8 [...]
New band to premiere at Galva Coffeehouse The Jansson 5, a Bishop HIll-based blues/jazz trio will mark its first-ever public performance when they are the featured entertainers at the Galva Arts Council’s monthly coffeehouse on Saturday, January 14. Members include guitarist Nathan Hahn, bass player Curtis Hawkins and drummer Josh Morrissey. Both Hawkins and Morrissey [...]
Karen Kampwirth (political science) presented a paper entitled “Feminismo, Derechos LGBT, y la Segunda Revolución Sandinista en Nicaragua” at the 10th annual Argentine Congress of Social Anthropology in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 29-December 2, 2011.
The Knox-Galesburg Symphony’s Music Mornings will be held Saturday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. in the Community Room of the Galesburg Public Library. Dean Petrie, School Dist. 205 Fine Arts Coordinator and KGS principal tuba, will present “Making Music with Found Sounds.” For further information, call (309) 343-6118.
Join the United Way of Knox County for “Smarty Pants” Trivia Night on Saturday, Jan 21 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Doors open at 4 p.m.; trivia starts at 6 p.m. Tables /Teams $160 (seating for 8 team members). For complete information, call (309) 343-4434.
The Galesburg Civic Art Center will hold its 14th annual Kid’s Month which allows area children to create art and have it exhibited in the Art Center Gallery. Children will be creating their own works of art over a two week period in January and the artwork will then be displayed in the Art Center [...]
Owen Muelder (Director of the Knox College Underground Railroad Freedom Center) has been invited by the U. S. Capitol Historical Society to be one of its featured speakers in February as part of the Society’s celebration of African-American History Month. The title of Muelder’s speech is “Owen Lovejoy: Congressmen, Abolitionist and Underground Railroad Operator.” Lovejoy [...]
Tim Kasser (psychology) participated in a variety of activities in Europe over winter break. Kasser helped run several workshops on “Values and Campaigning” in Vienna, Austria, in Brussels, Belgium (3x), and in Edinburgh Scotland. He also gave public talks on values, quality of life, and capitalism at BOKU University (Austria), at the University of Gent [...]
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship: In the spring of 2012, the Foundation will award scholarships to students who will be college juniors or seniors during the 2012-2013 academic year. All 2012 nominations must be received by Dean Haslem before 4 p.m., January 26, 2012. For a full description, go to www.act.org /goldwater.
Jack Kent Cooke [...]
W-2 Forms for 2011 will be mailed to home/permanent addresses in late January. If you prefer to have your W-2 form sent to your Knox Box rather than your home address you will need to stop by the Business Office in Rm. 106 of Old Main by Wednesday, January 18, and complete a form. If [...]