SPRING MUSIC FESTIVALS MAY 3-4
Friday, May 3 at 8PM will feature Eastern Winds, Angels of Harmony, and Jazz Ensemble. Sat., May 4 at 3PM will feature St. Davids Orchestra Society, String Ensemble, and Turning Point. Sat. May 4 at 8PM will feature University Choir, MIDI Ensemble, and Flute Ensemble. All performances are held in McInnis Auditorium at St. Davids. For ticket information call the Box office at 610.225.5545
SIDER CENTER ESSAY CONTEST DUE MAY 3
Evangelicals for Social Action invite essays by Friday May 3. Full details: http://esa40.com/declaration-of-evangelical-social-concern-writing-contest/
COMMENCEMENT MAY 11
BOOKSTORE NEWS AND NOTES
The Bookstore at St. Davids will conduct textbook buyback on Wed. 5/1 (9a-7p), Thurs. 5/2 (9a-7p), Fri. 5/3 (9a-4p); Mon. 5/6 (9a-6p) and Tues. 5/7 (9a-6p). Check-in of Rental books can be done anytime. Seniors, pick up your graduation cap and gown. Hours for Wed. 5/8 and Thurs 5/9 are 9am to 4pm. Graduates, let your friends and family know that the Bookstore will be open Commencement Sat. May 11, from 9am-5pm. Diploma frames are available along with Alumni sweatshirts, T-shirts, license plate frames, keytags and coffee mugs.
WARNER LIBRARY SPRING HOURS
Warner Memorial Library at St. Davids has extended hours for the end of Spring semester and finals. May 1-2, 8am—Midnight; Fri, May 3, 8am—8pm; Sat, May 4, 10am-8pm; Sun, May 5, 2pm –Midnight; Mon, May 6, 8am—Midnight; and Tues, May 7, 8am—7pm.
WRITING CENTER OPEN DURING FINALS WEEK
The Writing Center in Walton 205, St. Davids, will be open 6-8PM now through Mon., May 6, for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Appointments and walk-ins are welcome. Questions? Contact John Nordlof (610.341.1453 or email@example.com).
DEADLINE MAY 8 TO ENROLL IN FIRST ONLINE SUMMER SESSION
College of Arts and Sciences offers two online summer sessions. Summer I is May 15-June 26 (Deadline to Register May 8). Summer II is July 1-August 8 (Deadline to Register June 24). Discounted tuition rate of $395 a credit or $1185 a course. Courses include General Education, English, Business. Open to current students and the general public. More information at eastern.edu/summeronline
GOD IN OUR WORKPLACE JOB FAIR IN NJ MAY 18
The Hilton Penn Station Hotel, Newark, NJ will host a Job Fair, free career counseling and assessment. Meet with potential employers in sales, marketing, engineering, accounting, administration, I.T. and more. Called "God in Our Workplace," this faith-based ministry starts at 8AM and closes at 5:30PM. Register at www.godinourworkplace.com
THE GONDOLIERS IN PHILLY AND AT LONGWOOD IN JUNE
Meggin Capers invites us to The Savoy Co. productions of the Gilbert & Sullivan Gondoliers at Annenberg Center in Phila. June 1 at 1PM and 8 PM, and at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square June 14-15 at 8:30PM. Ticket sales benefit local charities. Tickets at savoy.org or 215.735.7161.
ANTI-TRAFFICKING TRAINING JUNE 1
Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAAST) will conduct a one day anti-trafficking training at Eastern University on June 1, from 8:30AM-5:45PM in the Baird Library, St Davids. Cost is $22.09. Information and register: www.faasttraining.eventbrite.com
ESA FOLLOW JESUS EVENT JULY 12-14 IS NOW FREE
The Saturday and Sunday events are now free (or pay what you can as a donation) so that more people can attend! Tickets are still required for the Ron Sider Dinner. Go to http://esa40.com
PROFESSIONAL COACH TRAINING JULY 22-26
Palmer Theological Seminary presents Professional Coach Training: Developing Ministry Excellence and Effectiveness. For church leaders, pastors and ministry staff. Register at http://coaching4clergy.com/king-of-prussia-pennsylvania
. Discount if you register before July 8. Contact Dr. Deb Winters, ACC at firstname.lastname@example.org.