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CURRENT PROGRAM CALENDAR

03/21/2017
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CMU?s Museum of Cultural and Natural History and Museum Studies program.

Descr: Caity and Ron will present an overview of the Museum, its educational and outreach programs, and how it provides a practical, hands-on learning environment for Museum Studies students.
Speaker: Caity Burnell, Museum Educator and Ron Bloomfield, Collections Manager.

Programmer: Andrea Hales
03/28/2017 Doug Rise

Descr: Doug will present on the recently completed Housing Study that was commissioned in conjunction with the work being done on a master plan for Bay City.
Speaker: Bay City Housing Study Update

Programmer: Paul Wiese
04/04/2017 What's happening with the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra?

Descr: Maestro Fakhouri was appointed music director of the SBSO last June. He will discuss his vision for the orchestra and their role in our region.
Speaker: Maestro Fouad Fakhouri

Programmer: Andreas Teich
04/18/2017 Tall Ships Celebration Recap Speaker: Shirley Roberts & Scott Ellis

Programmer: Tara Welch
04/25/2017 "A Jewel In Our Midst, Where an Artist's Legacy Is Preserved"

Descr: Marilyn Wheaton, Director of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum at Saginaw Valley State University, will share her expertise on how a renowned 20th century American sculptor's life and work are making an impact on the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Speaker: Marilyn Wheaton

Programmer: Tara Welch
05/02/2017 Humane Society of Bay County

Descr: First week of May is "Be Kind to Animals" week. Hear the Humane Society of Bay County's updates as they have secured a building for operations.
Speaker: Jeannie Nichols

Programmer: Tara Welch
05/09/2017 Creative 360; Stages, Studio & Gallery

Descr: Creative 360 is a unique non-profit arts organization in Midland that is dedicated to providing the creative arts to people of all ages and abilities. We see creativity as a journey of discovery and provide a non-judgmental atmosphere where all work is treasured. Carol Rumba, Executive Director, will present program highlights and share a little about Creative 360?s efforts in bringing inclusiveness and creativity to the community through non-traditional programming and the power of ?yes!?
Speaker: Carol Rumba

Programmer: Tara Welch
05/16/2017 South Korea

Descr: Soojung Kim our Rotary Youth Exchange Student will give us an overview of South Korea.
Speaker: Soojung Kim

Programmer: Andrea Hales
05/23/2017 Adult Drug Courts | Programmer Jim Griffiths

Descr: Judge Gill will speak about drug court, what happens there, and why we think drug courts work. He will talk about the theory behind drug court best practices, and why he believes those practices should be incorporated into the criminal justice system at large.
Speaker: Honorable Harry P. Gill, 18th Circuit Court

Programmer: Brenda Scramlin
06/06/2017 Eric Jhyla stories of Normandy.

Descr: Eric will be talking about his trip France and going over stories from Normandy.
Speaker: Pictures from Normandy and stories of D Day

Programmer: Paul Wiese


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