Professor Charlotte Smith, along with Bill Schwarz, will present a lecture on hiking the Offa's Dyke National Walking Trail on the Welsh/English Border. The lecture, sponsored by the Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club, takes place in Crandall Public Library on Wednesday, March 18, at 7:00 p.m. For more information, see http://adk-gfs.org/programs.php#offa.
Today is George Washington’s birthday.
Poet Lee Slonimsky will inaugurate the Spring Writers Project series with a reading on February 11. Slonimsky, writer of sonnets and author of Talk Between Leaf and Skin (SRLR Press, Austin, TX 2002), hosts a monthly poetry reading in New York City. His reading will be in the Visual Arts Gallery at 12:40 p.m.
Today is Pearl Harbor Day. This is also the last English Division blog of the Fall 2014 semester. Thank you for reading--please check in next semester. The first blog will be posted on January 25, 2015.
Reminder: On Wednesday, November 19, poet and fiction writer Mary Sanders Shartle will read from her work at 12:40 in the Visual Arts Gallery.
On November 4
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Reminder: On Wednesday, November 5 at 12:40 Hollis Seamon will read from her work in the Visual Arts Gallery in Dearlove Hall.
Next from the Writers Project (last reading this semester):
Reminder: Poet Bill Wunder will be reading on Wednesday, October 22, at 12:40 in the Visual Arts Gallery.
Next from the Writers Project:
On Wednesday, November 5, Hollis Seamon will read from her work at 12:40 in the Visual Arts Gallery.
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Our Ninth Annual “Connecting and Communicating” High School to College Symposium
This year's symposium will be at our Wilton Center