Free and open to the public. Small presses welcome.
Join members of the Philadelphia literary community to network and listen to provocative panels on the topic of small presses and community building. Bring fliers and information about your special projects. Share what you publish!
What Orphan Train Teaches Us about the Past and the Present: Christina Baker Kline will briefly read from her novel Orphan Train and discuss what the immigration experience of the past can teach us about the experience of immigrants today. She will present a slide show on the history of her topic and answer questions about her research and writing process. A book-signing will follow. Open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 09:41
Community College of Philadelphia opens the NJCAA Region XIX Division III Tournament at 6:30 tonight at home against Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Bonnell Building Lobby To recognize the many contributions of the women who have served in the armed forces, this resource development will provide insights and advice on finding a job, managing personal finances, balancing family and career, and more.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, join us at March’s Diversity Dialogue to hear the women in leadership positions at the College speak about their personal and professional journey to achieving success. Comprising this notable panel are Dr. Judith Gay, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Lynette Brown-Sow, Vice President for Marketing and Government Relations; Jody Bauer, Vice President of Information and Technology Services & CIO; and Jill Weitz, Esq., General Counsel and Vice President for Human Resources. Dr.
A women's history month event. This women's writing workshop, led by Dr. Michelle Myers, is open to women who are interested in creative writing. Participants will discuss the intersection of gender and expression, and complete a writing exercise.