50th anniversary events

sfcc 50 year logoWe invite you to join us throughout the year as we celebrate SFCC’s 50th anniversary!

All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

September

Convocation (for current CCS employees)
Monday, September 18 – 8:00 a.m.
SCC – Walter S. Johnson Sports Center

SFCC Fall Convening (for current SFCC employees)
Monday, September 18 – 11:00 a.m.
SFCC – Music Auditorium

October

50th Anniversary Kick-Off Celebration!
Friday, October 6 – 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
SFCC campus – 3410 W. Fort George Wright Dr.

November

Celebrate 50 years of the arts at SFCC with the Drama Program! Celebrating Theatre, Culture, and Community Since 1967.

The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls by Meg Miroshnik

Performance dates
November 9-12 & November 16-19 (November 12: Food Bank Benefit: Donate nonperishable food items for $5.00 off admission)
Thursday – Saturday, 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinees, 2:00 PM
Spartan Theatre, Bldg 5

TICKETS (at the door)
$10 – General Admission
FREE – CCS Student
Ask about our student, faculty, senior and military discounts!

Box Office opens 1/2 hour before the show. Arrive early to get the best seats!

For more information, contact Ashley DeMoville at 533-3605

December

SFCC Holiday Gala (for current SFCC employees)
Friday, December 8
Student Union Building

January

Celebrate 50 years of science at SFCC with the STEM showcase!
Friday, January 19
Building 28

For more information, contact Lori Williams at 533-3527

February

SFCC History Fireside Chat
Tuesday, February 13 – 5:30 p.m.
Lodge at SFCC, 3305 W Fort George Wright Dr.

In celebration of SFCC’s 50th anniversary and in collaboration with the Learning Region, join us to hear from Donald Cutler, author of Hang Them All: George Wright at the Plateau Indian War, along with special guests Dr. Laurie Arnold, Director of Native American Studies and Assistant Professor of History at Gonzaga University, and Warren Seyler, former Chairman of the Spokane Tribe, as they discuss Col. George Wright’s place in the history of the Columbia Plateau Indian Wars and consider how we, as a community, remember events like this in a way that empowers all cultural groups. Is this the time to reframe the narrative?

For more information, contact Mary Ann Goodwin at 533-3820.

March

Celebrate 50 years of the arts at SFCC with the Music Department Showcase!

All performances at 7:00 p.m. in the SFCC Music Auditorium
CCS Students/Employees: FREE w/current ID
General Admission: $5
Seniors (60+) and Students: $2

Monday, March 5: Concert Band
Monday, March 12: Orchestra/World Drumming
Tuesday, March 13: Choir
Wednesday, March 14: Jazz

April

SFCC Writes!
Wednesday, April 18
SFCC faculty and staff authors will read from their own creative works.
11:30am-12:30pm in the SUB Lounges, Building 17, 340 W Fort George Wright Dr.
5:30-7:00pm in the Lodge at SFCC, 3305 W Fort George Wright Dr.

 

May

Retiree Breakfast
Friday, May 4
9:00-11:00am
SFCC, Building 17, Room 134
Take a sneak peek tour of the newly renovated gym and explore the art installations on campus.

Spring Fling Celebration with SFCC Students
Tuesday, May 22
Noon on the Library Lawn

June

SFCC Service Awards/Retirement Celebration
Tuesday, June 12
Final celebration of the 50th Anniversary

 

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