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  1. Calendar Overlay Public Lectures, Workshops & Readings (3)

Public Lectures, Workshops & Readings

  1. Humanities Kansas Book Talk: Their Eyes Were Watching God

    March 28, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Manhattan Public Library

    Theme for Humanities Kansas book talk discussion series, "A Woman's Place." What's a woman's place? Who decides? We have been talking about women's roles in our society for 200 hundred years, and books in this series reflect the state of dialogue in the 20th century. Each author looks at the way women develop personal strength of character and deal with society's or loved ones' perceptions of what they should be.

    Tensions between mothers and daughters, wives and husbands, career and family, are explored in these stories of women seeking to define themselves and their relationships. Book One, Their Eyes Were Watching God; Book Two: The Joy Luck Club, April 25; Book Three: A Lost Lady, May 23.

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  2. Talk20MHK

    March 28, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Manhattan Public Library

    Intended to build strong community connections through sharing of stories, skills and knowledge. Up to eight individuals give dynamic presentations with 20 PowerPoint slides, speaking for 20 seconds to describe each slide.

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  3. K-State Recorder Workshop

    March 30, 2019, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ McCain Auditorium Room 105

    School of Music, Theatre and Dance at Kansas State University hosts second annual K-State Recorder Workshop for student and professional music educators, recorder players and enthusiasts, early music fans and more. Workshop open to those 13 years/older. Previous recorder experience beneficial, not required. Participants must provide their own instrument.

    About 2019 Workshop: Based upon feedback from 2018, separate technique tracks offered during morning session; one for beginner to advanced beginner players and second track for intermediate to advanced players. Afternoon session focused on large-group playing for all workshop participants. Reference Berlin/Blaker self-rating chart ( for playing ability level.

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