Holiday Gala Weekend 2004
Date: December 3, 2004 PST
Lewis & Clark College December 3-5, 2004
Schedule of Events
Holiday Music Concert -
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3
Friday, December 3, 8 p.m., Free.
Join student musicians as they celebrate the holidays. Student choirs, bands, ensembles, and orchestra perform music of the season. Dr. Lee Garrett, faculty emeritus, is organist.
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3-5
Student Dance Extravaganza - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Fir Acres Theatre Main Stage
Dance programs choreographed and performed by Lewis & Clark students. Additional performances have been scheduled for 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday. Ticketed event. Call 503 768-7495.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4
Photography Past/Forward: Aperture at 50 - Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, December 4-5. Free.
The Hoffman Gallery extends hours of operation over Holiday Gala Weekend to welcome you to this extraordinary traveling exhibit of 164 photographs that traces the history of Aperture, a periodical founded by some of the greatest photographers of all time, including Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and Minor White. The Gallery is located near Alumni Circle, in the lower level of Aubrey Watzek Library.
Children’s Craft Fair - Albany Quadrangle, Smith Hall
3-5 p.m, Free
Create a holiday card, paint your face and an ornament while you’re at it. Decorate cookies, create with origami, make friendship bracelets, and have a great time. Children of all ages are invited…parents and grandparents, too.
Hosted by the Office of Alumni and Parent Programs and College Relations. Suggested donation: one unwrapped new toy for distribution to a local charity.
Open House, John R. Howard Hall - 4-7:30 p.m.
Tour the College’s award-winning eco-friendly, three story, 50,000 square foot academic building which will accommodate 26 classrooms, faculty offices and departmental facilities for the Social Sciences Division and other programs. Music provided by the Lewis & Clark Marimba Ensemble. Complimentary refreshments.
Howard Hall public art project by Portland artist Mark Smith.
Holiday Dinner – Templeton, Fields and Stamm Dining Rooms – 5-6:30 p.m.
$10 per adult; $5 per child ages 5-12. RSVP 503 768-7200 or to Holiday Gala web site.
Noadditional charge to students with appropriate meal plan.
Fields Dining Room hosted by Bon Appetit.
Stamm Dining Room hosted by the Albany Society.
Student jazz musicians James Brown ’07, David Calkins ’08, Peter Furst ’08, David Hires ‘07, Tim Main ‘07, and Jeff Stevenson ’07 perform in Stamm.
Frank Manor Open House - 6-7:30 p.m.
Cider, cookies, holiday music, a warm fireplace, and a host of friends. Hosted by Tom and Marcia Hochstettler.
Music by Wooden Flute and Tudor lute, Beverly Stafford ‘68 and Tim Swain ‘63
College Bookstore Open-Templeton -4:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
20% discount on school spirit gifts and clothing as well as trade books. Faculty books make great holiday gifts!
Hosted by Barnes & Noble Collegiate Division.
Holiday Service of Sacred Song and Verse
Agnes Flanagan Chapel - 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Rev. Mark Duntley, Dean of the Chapel, leads this service featuring the College’s “choir-in-residence”, the Oregon Repertory Singers, under the direction of Dr. Gil Seeley, Rogers Professor of Music.
Holiday Dance - Templeton Student Center
Fields - Classic rock of the 50s, 60s & 70s, performed by the faculty’s own Alan Cole, Religious Studies; Kurt Fosso, English; Stephen Weeks, Theatre; and Ben Westerveldt, History
Stamm - Join Lewis & Clark students Dylan Beamer ’07, Scott Bergstrom ‘06, Mark Fagundes ‘07, Reid Newman ‘06 for an evening of jazz, mixing, mingling, and for the competitive at heart…bingo…with prizes. Sponsored by Students Organized for Activities (SOFA).
Trail Room - Samba and Brazilian folk performed by Lesley Kernochan ‘03, Eric Miller ‘02, Jesse Brooks ‘03, Brian Quackenbush ‘06, Lewis Pollard, and Andy Sterling.
Council Chamber - LC Battle of the Bands SOFA welcomes a new student band every hour on the hour.
Thayer Student Lounge - SOFA Open Mic. Surprise yourself.
Food & Beverages
Food, beer, and alumni wines will be available for purchase.
Scrip-$5 for glass of wine/food included; $4 for glass of beer/food included.
Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages/complimentary food with non-alcoholic beverages.
Suggested donation: Two cans of food for the Oregon Food Bank.
Holiday Dinner Registration Form
Saturday, December 4, 5-6:30pm
Templeton Student Center, Fields & Stamm Dining Halls
Artisan bread and butter
Spinach, beet and feta salad,
Endive, mache, pear and gorgonzola salad with champagne vinaigrette
Vegan black lentil salad
Slice fruit trays
Penne pasta tossed with vegan pesto
Penne pasta with hazelnut cream sauce
Green beans tossed balasmic reduction, pometranate and pancetta
Crab cakes with aioli’s and tapenade’s
Carved striploin with fresh horseradish sauce or fruit salsa
Rustic apple tart, pumpkin cheesecake, berry pavlovas with chocolate drizzles and vegan ginger bread.
Coffee, tea, decafe, hot spiced cider and holiday punch.