Centralia College Events
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Have an event to add to the college calendar? Contact:
Candy Lunke, Events Coordinator, ext. 605
Theatre ProductionsSee Theatre Productions for more info on the following productions:
Spring 2013: Check, Please! showing May 16-18 and Just Plain Jane showing May 23-25
Winter 2013: The Play's the Thing, a Shakespeare Oratorio, Performances: Feb. 14-17, 21-23
Fall 2012: On the Verge by Eric Overmeyer, Performances: Nov. 8-11, 15-17
Eric Dittelman, Mind Reader
Associated Students of Centralia College present Eric Dittelman (Ericdittelman.com), Mind Reader, Finalist on NBC's "America's Got Talent," on April 16 at 7:00 p.m. in Corbet Theatre in Washington Hall.
Tuesday, April 16
FREE with a can of food.
For more information, contact:
360.736.9391, ext. 224 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sailesh The Hypnotist
Associated Students of Centralia College presents Sailesh The Hypnotist. For more information, call (360) 736-9391, ext. 224.
Thursday, March 7
More info: http://sailesh.ca/
Thursday, February 21
Comedy night with K-Von from MTV's Disaster Date and Dillion Garcia. Show starts at 7pm, doors open at 6:45, the show will be on Corbet Stage.
Free for students with a student ID card, $3.00 without. This event is open to the community.
For more information, call 360-736-9391, ext. 224.
For information on the comedians check out these websites:
President's Scholarship Performance: John Ford Coley in Concert
Saturday, January 26, 2013, 7:00 pm
John Ford Coley brings classic '70s hits to Corbet Theatre
Famed as part of a Grammy® nominated duo with England Dan, John Ford Coley will perform his hits from the '70s, including: I’d Really Love to See You Tonight, Nights Are Forever Without You and Love Is the Answer at Centralia College for the President’s Scholarship Performance on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013.
In addition to a regular touring schedule performing his own hits, Coley has produced songs for numerous other artists, including Eddie Money, Vince Gill, Tom Wurth and Lynn Bryant.
Coley has written or performed several movie theme songs, including Major League: Back to the Minors and The Spy Within; television theme songs James at 16 and Cold Case; and jingles for commercials for Dr. Pepper and Maxwell House Coffee. On television, Coley hosted The Midnight Special and co-hosted The Mike Douglas Show, and appeared on American Bandstand, Hollywood Squares, Make Me Laugh and The Tonight Show.
As an actor, Coley appeared in the films and on television in Dream a Little Dream, Scenes From the Gold Mine, and Aces and Eights.
Tickets for this special President's Performance at Centralia College are $20 general admission, $25 golden circle (1st 8 rows), and $30 box seats. For tickets, please call 736-9391, ext. 777 or purchase at Heymann Whinery, Centralia or at Book n Brush, Chehalis. If you would like additional information, please contact Candy Lunke, Events Coordinator, at 736-9391, ext. 605.
Washington Hall Art Gallery ExhibitsAll art exhibits are located in the Washington Hall Gallery, in the central corridor of Washington Hall. Exhibits are on display for one month, are free and open to the public, and may be viewed during hours when Washington Hall is open, generally 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends in conjunction with other events. For more information, call (360) 736-9391, ext. 605.
Washington State Federal Junior Duck Stamp exhibit
Centralia College is pleased to host the 2012 Washington State Federal Junior Duck Stamp exhibit in Washington Hall from Jan. 11 thru Feb. 19 presented by Byrn and JoAnne Watson of the Friends of Nisqually. Many of the winning entries from Washington State are currently on display along with "Best of Show" winning artwork, a Redhead Duck–a rare winter visitor to the ponds and lakes in Lewis County. This 2012 winning artwork was created by Charity Young of Vancouver, Washington and was entered into last year’s national competition.
Washington's 2013 competition will be held at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in late March. The overall winning "Best of Show" artwork will be sent to Washington D.C. to compete with the other state winners for the U.S. Federal Junior Duck Stamp. The purpose of this program is to connect students K-12 to learn about habitat conservation through art education. The entry deadline is March 15, 2013. Entry forms and contest guidelines are available online at http://www.fws.gov/juniorduck/.
For more information please contact Michael Schramm at 360.753.9467 or email him at email@example.com.
Updated: April 24, 2013