Cornell College Events
Friday, January 24th (link)
|11:15 am-11:55 am||Meditation, Mindfulness, & Mind-Body-Spirit Allee Chapel|
Opens with breath and energy centered embodied practices (i.e. tai-chi or qigong) followed by guided and silent seated meditation. Enfolds insights from integrative health care and spiritual wisdom from age-old Buddhist, Christian contemplative, yoga, Vedanta, and other traditions. Typically ends with loving kindness meditation and/or Himalayan singing bowl sound healing. Led by certified teacher and chaplain. All welcome.
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||MLK Week: Juneteenth in January Presentation Orange Carpet|
Join us for a presentation by Sean Donaldson, Museum Educator with the African-American Museum in Cedar Rapids, for a discussion on the importance of Juneteenth, the celebration of the day that slavery ended. This event is open to the Cornell College community and the greater local community.
|4:30 pm-5:30 pm||MLK Week: Juneteenth in January Celebration Zamora's Market|
Join the Office of Intercultural Life and friends for songs, dances, and other celebrations of Juneteenth. This event is open to the Cornell College community and the greater local community.
|5:00 pm||RSVP deadline today for Monastic Retreat 5th Block Break (W-F)|
RSVP by Fri. Jan 24 for this popular annual Block Break spirituality retreat (W-F Feb. 5-7) at New Melleray Abbey, a nationally known Trappist monastery nestled in the rolling hills of Eastern Iowa near Dubuque. Savor awe-filled silence, monks chanting the psalms, age-old monastic wisdom and culture, downtime we rarely have together as Cornell students, faculty, and staff, and plenty of personal time to reflect, pray, meditate, and engage in spiritual reading and writing.
Private rooms. Departs from Commons lobby Wed @ 1pm and returns Friday by noon. For more information and to RSVP by the Jan 24th deadline, rsvp to chaplain Rev CQE @ cquehl-engel.
|6:30 pm-8:00 pm||MLK Week: Soul Food Dinner Stoner House|
Join us at Stoner House for a catered soul food dinner and a discussion of the importance of food, specifically soul food, in bringing together communities and conversations. This event is open to the Cornell College and greater local community. Please RSVP by Jan. 22 as seating is very limited. Use the following link for RSVP https://www.eventbrite.com/e/soul-food-dinner-at-intercultural-life-tickets-86738006713.
|7:00 pm||Grocery Bingo Orange Carpet|
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