Monday, 10 Apr 2023
Make a cute and handy little bowl. Choose a thick felt circle with pre-made holes in a color you like, along with a handful of large beads. You will stitch the beads into the felt and cinch it at the end with strong thread and a sturdy needle. This is a fun project that is perfect for all ages and skill sets.
Simple, fun, and in-season, terra cotta pots are an easy surface to paint on. Choose from small pots to start an herb garden, to medium containers for indoor plants, and larger pots for outdoor flowers.
April 10-15 Our pots are both charming and functional vessels for your indoor plants. From little pots for baby succulents to larger ones for more established plants, find a fun way to show off your greens.
"Stepping Out," featuring the Cantamus, Lyrica, and Count Me In ensembles conducted by Jennifer Rodgers, assistant director of choral activities. Hear a concert of joyful, light-filled music. The women's ensembles will share sounds of summer and light, Irish reels and ballads, and contemporary favorites in close harmony. Rain location: first floor, Grant Wood mural lobby.
Baskets are made by women in Kamuli, Uganda, and sales support their families with food, school fees, and other needs. Sponsored by The Uganda Alliance Club.
Xiaoxing Xi is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Physics at Temple University. Prior to joining Temple in 2009, he was a Professor of Physics and Materials Science and Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. Since 2015, he has spoken out actively for open fundamental research and against racial profiling and received the American Physical Society 2020 Andrei Sakharov Prize for his effort.
Barbara Hansen Lecture in Early Childhood Development Experience shapes the architecture of the brain and informs behavior. The effects of traumatic experiences on young children are well documented and sobering. By understanding the neurobiological basis of trauma, early childhood professionals will be uniquely positioned to provide trauma-informed care that is developmentally appropriate and fosters resilience. Understanding the...