February 21, 2018

Weekly News DigestTHIS WEEK
  TODAY! Feb. 21. C-bldg. Café Lobby, 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. BC Japanese Culture Exchange Club will be having their quarterly Japan Market and Bake sale to raise funds to support the 2018 Japan Week which will be held the first week in October.  If interested in helping to plan the 2018 Japan Week, please contact: anne.stewart@bellevuecollege.edu

  TONIGHT! Feb. 21. Jim Sisko’s Bellevue College Jazz Band Performing at Tula’s Jazz Club | 7:30 pm | $10 cover Charge


♦  REMINDER! Schedule classroom visits with Deanne during winter quarter 2018.  This includes any class within the A/H division.  They are approximately 10 minutes in length.  The visit is very informal and more of a question and answer format.  The discussion involves registration and advising. Visits are on any Tuesday or Wednesday.  You are encouraged to schedule your visit soon.  To schedule a visit, please contact the division front desk or Deanne Eschbach, or stop by Deanne’s office, R240E. PLEASE NOTE:  for upcoming quarters, it is recommended that scheduling be done between week three and week five of the quarter.


  Thursday, March 8LOBBY TALK | 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Carlson Theatre Lobby | Free Admission |  Zoe Aleshire, Clifford Cawthon, Kim Pollock and Mark Storey will discuss Antigone’s decision to follow her conscience rather than the law set down by Creon, the King.  Visit the Theatre Arts web site for more information.

Antigone flyer March 7-10, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Antigone: Adapted from the play by Sophocles by Emily Mann |  Directed by Tammi Doyle.  Tickets and more info available through Brown Paper TicketsASL Interpreted Performance of Antigone on Thursday, March 8.

March 16, 7:30 p.m. – Bellevue College Student Dance Showcase | Carlson Theatre | Tickets $5, available through Brown Paper Tickets.

  March 16, 7:30 p.m. – Bellevue College Concert Choir Winter Performance:  “Just So Stories” Fairytales and Folk Songs | Aimee Hong, Conductor – St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church | Tickets $5.  Tickets and more info will be available through BPT.


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