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The Wallace State Community College Fine and Performing Arts program will present its annual spring concert on Thursday, April 27, at 7 p.m., in the Recital Hall of the Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.
The free concert will feature performances by the Wallace State Jazz Band and the Wallace State Concert Band. The Jazz Band is under the direction of Department Chair Ricky Burks. The Concert Band is under the director of instructor Jacob Keisler.
Each year, the concert is the culmination of a year of hard work and effort by the students. Many of the student musicians play in both the Jazz and Concert bands.
The Wallace State Jazz Band recently added its name once again to the wall of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, earning the designation of a Band of Distinction during its annual Student Jazz Band Festival held at The Carver Theatre in Birmingham on April 22. The band also earned the honor in 2006 and 2008.
Concert goers can look forward to listening to the Concert Band perform Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Brahms, March from Carmen, Othello from the Shakespeare play and the hymn Abide With Me.
The Jazz Band will perform That’s It, Cold Duck Time, If I Loved You, and Jumping at the Wood Side.
Admission is free and open to the public. Call 256.352.8277 for more information. Visit www.wallacestate.edu for more information about Wallace State and all of its programs.
The Essential Employment Skills Workshop is TOMORROW! To reserve your spot, register through Cullman Area SHRM at http://business.cullmanchamber.org/events/details/essential-employment-skills-workshop-20187
An Earth Day celebration will begin about 11 a.m., Thursday, April 20, in the School of Nursing and Center for Science Conference Center, with Dr. Gibbons speaking at 11:30. Dr. Gibbons is Professor Emeritus of Ecology, University of Georgia and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL). He has authored or edited 20 books, and has more than 250 articles in scientific journals. He has been a commentator on National Public Radio (Living on Earth and Science Friday); he has published more than 1,000 articles on ecology in magazines and newspapers. He has won numerous awards in the field of herpetology and ecology.
There will be free WSCC Earth Day T-shirts.
Additionally, Asclepius plants will be given away to promote Monarch Butterfly habitat. I want to thank the Horticulture Department for getting them started and for their part in this celebration. Please join us for this great Wallace State tradition!!