Stop by to see the spiffy new furniture in our Seminar Room! Flipper tables and soft rolling chairs–it’s a brand-new look.
Blind Date with a Book: During the week leading up to Valentine’s Day (February 10-14), let the library set you up on a blind date with a new writer. Carefully-selected books will be gift-wrapped and ready for you to take out for a night of good reading. Your prospective “dates” will be on display near the library’s entrance.
Social Justice Community Forum: Drugs and Therapy, featuring Dr. Perri Franskoviak. Monday, February 10, 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm. The Center for Social Justice kicks off its spring Community Forum series with this timely topic. Light refreshments served.
Valentine’s Day Concert: due to a scheduling conflict, this has been canceled. We will schedule a concert later this spring.
Living an Integrated Life: Christian Nonviolence, the Contemplative Life and Sustainable Living Thursday, February 20, 2014 12:30 p.m. — 1:15 p.m. Featuring presenters Suzanne and Brayton Shanley, Co-Founders of the Agape Community in Central MA, a lay Catholic Community, co-founded in 1982 with the an emphasis on prayer, evangelical simplicity and sustainability, and nonviolent love. Co-sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Sophia Center. Light refreshments.
Art Talk and Exhibit by Robert Simons, Tuesday, 2/25, 3:30 – 5 pm: Come to our spring semester art exhibit to see HNU art professor Robert Simons’ luminous, numinous new work in an exhibit titled “Blind Stork and Toy Mouse Series: Recent work by Robert Simons.” These huge, colorful, emotion-filled pieces will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. Robert’s art talks are always fascinating and informative, and of course, there will be light refreshments.