Cornell College Events
Sunday, November 6th (link)
|1:00 pm-2:30 pm||FOOD • FAITH • CLIMATE: Connecting the Dots Workshop Thomas Commons|
One third of the world's greenhouse gas emissions are connected to our food system. Join us for a workshop by Iowa Interfaith Power & Light as we explore how our food practices contribute to climate change, what faith traditions say about sustainable food systems, and how we can make more climate-friendly choices. Includes tips, resources, pocket guides, CSA displays, and meeting some of your local farmers. The cost of the workshop is free thanks to a local grant by SERI and area church sponsors. Optional lunch at noon is $8.50 for those w/out a college ID & food plan. Registration is required on the website. Sponsors: Cornell College Offices of Civic Engagement, Intercultural and Spiritual Life; First Presbyterian; Seeds of Faith Lutheran; SERI (Sustainable Environmental Resource Initiative); and the United Methodist Church of Mt. Vernon.
|2:00 pm-Dec 11th 4:00 pm||Knox College art faculty exhibition McWethy Hall|
Knox College studio art faculty will be exhibited at the Peter Paul Luce Gallery at Cornell College, Nov. 6–Dec. 11. An artist's reception will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2-4 p.m. Featured will be works by Knox Art Professors: Andrea Ferrigno, Tony Gant, Michael Godsil, Mark Holmes, Lynette Lombard, and Tim Stedman. The exhibit features a wide range of media and approaches including painting, design, sculpture, site-specific art, and photography. Peter Paul Luce Gallery programming is funded through the generosity of the Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. Admission is free and open to the public.
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