The Center for Experiential Learning has a “Civic Engagement Fair and Internship Fair” on Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the College Center. Over 30 community organizations will be present!
The Center for Experiential Learning also has a “Work Study and Part-Time Student Job Fair” on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the College Center. Students can meet hiring staff and supervisors hiring for on campus jobs such as Ecolab, Target, UPS, ACR Homes, Student Experience, Syngenta, and more!
When: Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 from 2pm-3:30pm
Where: IHCC Gym
Who: Everyone is welcome
Sponsored by International Student Club and CRU Club
The Inver Hills Community College/Metro State Community Garden wants to thank you for your continued support in 2014. Through your efforts, the Community Garden was able to donate 2242 lbs. of fresh produce to local food shelves, plus 3000 lbs. of Honeycrisp apples. Nice work, fellow gardeners!
Rec. Schedule for Thanksgiving Week:
Monday, 11/24 – Fitness open 9am – 8pm, Gym Floor open 11am – 12pm and 3-8pm (1/2 court volleyball).
Tuesday, 11/25 – Fitness open 9am – 8pm, Gym Floor open 11am – 12pm, intramural volleyball 1-4pm west court, intramural basketball Turkey Shootout 1-5pm east court.
Wednesday, 11/26 – Fitness open 9am to 6pm (CLOSING EARLY), Gym Floor open 11am – 12pm, 3pm -6pm.
Intramurals for Tuesday, 11/25
Volleyball 1-4pm, west court (due to short week volleyball is on Tuesday). Turkey Shootout- WIN A TURKEY (Free to play), east court 2-5pm. What is the Turkey Shootout? Each student participant has 2-60 second rounds to shoot from various spots on the court marked with different point values. The top round with highest total points wins a Turkey. Staff participants can win a T-shirt.
NO 3 on 3 basketball Thanksgiving week.
The Art Department will host visiting Artist Jeffrey Stenbom! He will be lecturing on Monday, November 24th at 5:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts building, room 190.
The following information is excerpted from an article on Normandale Alumni posted at http://www.normandale.edu/foundation/alumni-/alumni-profiles/jeffrey-stenbom.
Sale runs Dec 5-12
Attention artists and crafters on campus, the IHCC Holiday Art Market wants to sell your art for scholarships!
Artists keep 70% of sales and 30% goes to art scholarships on campus. Work must be delivered now until Dec 2.
The sale also functions as a venue for creative students on campus to make their art visible and available for purchase for the holidays.
Stop by the Gallery FA120 to pick up a sellers form, or email Erin Goedtel at email@example.com, or call 651-450-3101.
Attend the VIBE Halloween Carnival!
Friday, October 31st 5 pm – 7 pm in the Gym!
Sign up for Intramurals at www.inverhills.edu/Intramurals
Free Throw Contest: November 4, 2-5 p.m. in the Activities Gym. Check in at Rec. desk with student ID. Participants will shoot a round of 25 free throws and they must make 15 to qualify for a 2nd round. If there is a tie, the tie breaker will be the high score in the 2nd round. Win a medal or T-shirt for 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place will get medals (men’s and women’s divisions).
Ice Hockey Meeting: Thursday, November 6 at 1 p.m. in room A-220. The sport is coed and Extramural – play is against other community colleges in the metro area. Practice starts January 13. Hockey is played on Tuesday & Thursday, 1-2:15 pm. Please allow extra time, 12 pm – 4 pm for travel to other arenas (vans are provided). Inver Hills’ home ice is Wakota Arena in South St. Paul. If you need additional information contact Tom Bo Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-450-3676.
Volleyball Thursdays 1-4pm: November 6 – Student vs. Faculty/Staff at 3 p.m. in the gym.
Fitness Center Hours: Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Pick up an open gym schedule at the Rec. desk on the lower level of the Activities Building.
Gym and Fitness Closed Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11 (college closed).
3 on 3 Basketball: Wednesdays at 3pm in the Activities building/gym. Don’t have a team, sign up as a free agent.
Volleyball: Thursdays, 1pm start time. Can’t make it at 1pm, come at 2pm or 3pm.
Extramural Ice Hockey: 2nd Chance Hockey meeting on Thursday, November 6, 1pm in A-220. Hockey is played spring semester on Tuesday & Thursday, 1 pm – 2:15 (but allow travel time to and from arena’s). Rec. Sports provides vans to away games with North Hennepin, Anoka Ramsey, Normandale, Century. Our home arena is the Wakota Arena in South St. Paul.
SIGN UP FOR INTRAMURALS AT: www.inverhills.edu/Intramurals. Please fill in all required information. Waivers will be completed before starting play.
The Arpeggione Duo celebrates its 10th anniversary with a return to the Midwest. This year’s program features several colorful pieces written for the Duo in addition to traditional classics from Bach and the masters of French Impressionism.
The duo will be at Inver Hills Wednesday 11/5 at 11:00 in the FA 165 (multi-purpose room).
Tone Fantasies of French and American master composers
French Suite in G major J. S. Bach
Another French Suite Gabriel Faure & Maurice Ravel [arranged by Arpeggione Duo]
Apres un reve
Campfire Songs Michael Karmon [premier performance commissioned by Arpeggione Duo]
Fantasy Bryan Johanson [premier performance of revised edition for Arpeggione Duo]
Frozen Columns Ron Pearl [premiere performance commissioned by Arpeggione Duo]
Hello Cello Claude Gagnon
The Arpeggione Duo presents a new and rare sound, that of two of the most ancient string instruments, the cello and the guitar. The Arpeggione Duo marries the old with the new in its programs of music written in the 17th century to the present day. They specialize in elegant and evocative concert renditions and interpretations of musics of the world. Melding ancient art music with contemporary music comprises the conviction of the Arpeggione Duo: to render the music of all composers, be they ancient or a in a premiere of a commission, accessible and to synchronize it all into an enjoyable event.
Both performers have decades-long world touring experience on every continent, hold doctorates in their instruments and are long time pedagogues but this is not their persona. Thomas and Chris are performers who project meaning by “narrating” with their approach to interpretation. Audiences regularly comment on how engaged they are with both the performance and the performers.