What's happening this week: June 22-27


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Here's what's happening on campus this week.

International Children's Books: Celebrating the Recent Gifts

The exhibit "International Children's Books: Celebrating the Recent Gifts" will take be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays until August. 

The Clarke Historical Library features a extensive collection of children's literature from around the globe. The exhibit explores the perspective of award winning authors and illustrators. 

End-of-Year Performance Conversations

The seminar "End-of-Year Performance Conversations" will take place from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday in Rowe Hall room 229.

The employee training workshop will discuss the four basic needs of every employee and how employers can meet those needs through effective two way conversations. It will provide an overview of how to use a new performance review system. 

Participants can register online on CentralLink/My Account/ My Work Day/ Employee Training.  

Don't Dress for Dinner

The Central Michigan University Summer Theatre will present "Don't Dress for Dinner" from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday in the Moore Hall Bush Theatre. 

"Don't Dress for Dinner" is a two-act play by French playwright Marc Camoletti. The play is about a French man who wants to get away from his wife by going to his vacation house with his mistress. In a turn of events, each character's alibi in the play gets hilariously confused. 

Tickets for the show are $7 for students and $9 for adults. Tickets can be purchased at TicketCentral online or at the Events Center. 

Art Exhibit: Where the Blue Sky Turns Black

 The art exhibit "Where the Blue Sky Turns Black" will open at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Charles V. Park Library in the Barber Room. 

The exhibit is a collection of artist Cozette Phillip's work to raise ecological consciousness by capturing the mark of existence in something that is fleeting. Phillip's interpreted natural forms by combing minerals and metals to evoke the influence of the industrial movement. 

Summer Music Institute Faculty/Staff Showcase

The School of Music's faculty and student staff will perform solo and chamber works as a part of the Summer Music Institute at the School of Music from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday in the Performing Arts Theatre. 

The concert is free and open to the public. 

Jerry Finnegan's Sister

Central Michigan University Summer Theatre will present "Jerry Finnegan's Sister" from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday in the Moore Hall Bush Theatre. 

The play is about a boy named Brian Dowd whose had a crush on his friend's sister, Beth Finnegan, since they were young. Beth is getting married, and Brian has to find a way to confess his love in this funny and touching play. 

Tickets for the show are $7 for students and $9 for adults. Tickets can be purchased at TicketCentral online or at the Events Center. 

One Slight Hitch

The Central Michigan University Summer Theatre will present "One Slight Hitch" from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Friday in the Moore Hall Bush Theatre. 

The play is a two-act comedy written by Lewis Black. It takes place in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1981 about Doc and Delia Coleman's daughters wedding day. The day takes a turn when their daughters ex comes back after finding himself after road tripping around the country.

Tickets for the show are $7 for students and $9 for adults. Tickets can be purchased at TicketCentral online or at the Events Center. 

Sacrifice and Service: The WWI Experience

The exhibit "Sacrifice and Service: The WWI Experience" installed by graduate students in MST750: Seminar in Advanced Exhibit Design and Construction will be open at 9 a.m. on Saturday at the Bohannon Schoolhouse. The schoolhouse is located on the southwest corner of Preston Street and West Campus Drive. 

The exhibit details various aspects of World War I. 



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