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Jan
18
Sat
Cops ‘n’ Kids Reading Room @ Fowler Family Southside Center - Reading Room #403 Tickets
Jan 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cops 'n' Kids Reading Room @ Fowler Family Southside Center - Reading Room #403

Today’s program: WHAT’S THAT SOUND?

That is the sound of children having some exciting winter fun as they explore Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?  Use your senses to investigate different sounds and explore pitch as you engineer your own instruments with the folks from PBS 39.  Go on an electronic journey as you experiment with the Cat in the Hat Builds That App.

(appropriate for ages 4 and up)

  • All events are FREE—register by calling 610-861-5526.
  • Call 610-861-5526 for weather-related closing information. Reminder:  If Northampton Community College is closed, the Cops ‘n’ Kids Reading Room will be closed, also.
  • The Reading Room is open to the public every Wednesday, 11 am – 7 pm, and some Saturdays.
  • Children are able to choose free books courtesy of Cops ‘n’ Kids and must be accompanied by an adult.
  • If you have a children’s group interested in visiting the Reading Room or want to conduct a book drive, call 610-861-7561 or email lvcops-n-kids@att.net.
  • Check our website copsnkidslv.org for more information.
  • Unless noted otherwise, all Saturday events are 10 am – noon.

 

 

 

Jan
22
Wed
Farmer’s Market at NCC – Wednesdays Year Round @ Bethlehem Campus - Laub Lounge, College Center Tickets
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Farmer's Market at NCC - Wednesdays Year Round @ Bethlehem Campus - Laub Lounge, College Center

Enjoy healthy, local and fresh produce all year long from the East 40 Community Garden and Jett’s Produce, savory baked breads and pastries from The Flour Shop Bakery, hot coffee from Monocacy Coffee Co., which is brewed fresh with locally roasted coffee beans,  and find unique items created by our pottery makers, Bahereh and Walter.

The market will be held in Laub Lounge, College Center, until the weather warms up!

Wellness Wednesdays @ Bethlehem Campus - Room 166, College Center Tickets
Jan 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Wellness Wednesdays @ Bethlehem Campus - Room 166, College Center

Wellness Wednesdays are hosted by THRIVE, www.northampton.edu/thrive.htm.

Join us for a wide variety of wellness activities to promote health and happiness. These engaging weekly sessions will help you learn new approaches to self-care and relaxation. Topics will vary weekly. Open to all NCC Students, Faculty and Staff.

Today, Counselor Beatriz Messina will offer a fun and free Zumba Toning session. No experience or equipment necessary!

Also, in Monroe, in Pocono Hall, Room 108, from 12:30 – 1 p.m., Dr. John Leiser will host “Winter Birds and Pine Cone Feeders”. Remember making peanut-butter pine-cone bird feeders as a kid? If you do and want to make them now that you’re grown up (or if you’ve never heard of such a thing), join us for some messy fun and make a feeder to hang in the woodlot.

If you are interested in more information or want to offer a session this semester please contact:
Chelsea Cortright, Bethlehem, ccortright@northampton.edu.
Brittney Whitman, Monroe, bwhitman@northampton.edu.

 

Wellness Wednesdays @ Monroe Campus - Room 108, Pocono Hall Tickets
Jan 22 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm
Wellness Wednesdays @ Monroe Campus - Room 108, Pocono Hall

Wellness Wednesdays are hosted by THRIVE, www.northampton.edu/thrive.htm.

Join us for a wide variety of wellness activities to promote health and happiness. These engaging weekly sessions will help you learn new approaches to self-care and relaxation. Topics will vary weekly. Open to all NCC Students, Faculty and Staff.

Today in Monroe, Pocono Hall, Room 108, from 12:30 – 1 p.m., Dr. John Leiser will host “Winter Birds and Pine Cone Feeders”. Remember making peanut-butter pine-cone bird feeders as a kid? If you do and want to make them now that you’re grown up (or if you’ve never heard of such a thing), join us for some messy fun and make a feeder to hang in the woodlot.

Also, on the Bethlehem Campus in Room 166, College Center, Counselor Beatriz Messina will offer a fun and free Zumba Toning session. No experience or equipment necessary!

If you are interested in more information or want to offer a session this semester please contact:
Brittney Whitman, Monroe, bwhitman@northampton.edu.
Chelsea Cortright, Bethlehem, ccortright@northampton.edu.

C.A.R.E. Food Pantry – Monroe Campus @ Monroe Campus - Room 10, Kapp Hall Tickets
Jan 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
C.A.R.E. Food Pantry - Monroe Campus @ Monroe Campus - Room 10, Kapp Hall

The Monroe C.A.R.E. Food Pantry will be open Mondays and Wednesdays through the spring semester. Thank you for your continued support.

Jan
23
Thu
Spartan Fest @ Bethlehem Campus - Student Life Zone, College Center Tickets
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Spartan Fest @ Bethlehem Campus - Student Life Zone, College Center

SPARTAN FEST 2020 is here! Are you interested in signing up for a club? Do you want to learn more about some of the support services that NCC offers students? Then make sure to stop by at Spartan Fest!

In addition to club sign ups, there will be contests, prizes, and of course FREE FOOD! Don’t miss out on the biggest event of the semester! If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to studentlife@northampton.edu.

Co-sponsored by Student Life and Student Senate.

Snow-date: January 30.

Flora & Fauna Art Exhibit Reception- Bethlehem Campus @ Bethlehem Campus - Gallery, Communications Hall Tickets
Jan 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Flora & Fauna Art Exhibit Reception- Bethlehem Campus @ Bethlehem Campus - Gallery, Communications Hall

Flora and fauna refers to the western art history classification for plant and animal life, with the exclusion of the human species. From exquisite florato birds and other species, this exhibition celebrates nature and its enduring influence in the world of art.

Featured photographers: Richard Begbie, James A. DePietro, Maryann Riker

The exhibit runs from January 13 through March 5. The gallery is open Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, closed.

The reception is being held on January 23, 6:30 – 8:30 in the gallery.

More on the photographers:

Richard Begbie’s tries to capture images that relate to his immediate surroundings. He is concerned about contrasting elements of shadow and light, foreground and distance, linear and spatial relationships.  There must be an emotional connection to the subject matter that he finds in the natural environment around him. Floral works are a particular subject that have always fascinated Richard with their natural beauty and unique quality. He visualizes them in mostly abstract but deeply personal ways.  Some of his photography speaks to him in black and white tones and shadows while others become a colorful array of forms and texture. Whatever his inspiration, it is usually true straight images: with little manipulation, unpretentious, and true to reality.

James A. DePietro’s is foremost a visual storyteller.  He creates art narratives with multiple images which enable the viewer to explore the issues and interpret his point of view or personal message within their own terms.  His images are usually painted against color fields and decorative borders with multi-layered subjects creating a painted collage effect. This interplay of spatial relationships allow abstract and realistic elements to converge as one seamless whole. He explores many wide-ranging topics, putting an ironic spin on various social, political, or environmentally-themed issues.

Maryann Riker’s works are inspired by the artist books she creates.  Her collages are based on discarded covers and images of flora that spark visual narratives on women’s issues, the ecology and more.  Vintage photos, traditional floral symbology, geometric diagrams and discarded pages from an old dictionary or thesaurus as well as other ephemera provide relationships that invite the viewer to create their own story about the work.  The pieces float, quiver and cast shadows with subtle movement.  Lines are deceptive…shadows are faked…and the reality and relationship is questioned.

Jan
25
Sat
Winter Commencement @ Bethlehem Campus - Arthur L. Scott Spartan Center Tickets
Jan 25 @ 11:00 am
Winter Commencement @ Bethlehem Campus - Arthur L. Scott Spartan Center

Celebrate with us all the achievements of our August and December graduates!

Rev. James J. Greenfield, OSFA, president of DeSales University, will be the Northampton Community College winter 2020 commencement speaker.

Fr. Greenfield became the fourth president of DeSales University on January 1, 2018. He is the first alumnus of DeSales to serve as president.
Previously, Fr. Greenfield was the provincial of the eastern province of the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. He led 145 priests and brothers who serve along the east coast in a variety of ministry settings. While provincial, he was elected to a three-year term by the leaders of religious communities of men in the United States to serve as president of the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, representing the nation’s 17,000 priests and brothers who are members of religious orders.
Prior to becoming president at DeSales University, he taught at The George Washington University, The Catholic University of America, and the former Washington Theological Union all in Washington, D.C.Fr. Greenfield serves on boards at Father Judge High School and Cristo Rey High School in Philadelphia and the Boy Scouts of America and the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation in the Allentown-Bethlehem community.Fr. Greenfield earned his bachelor’s degree in politics (1984) at DeSales University, a master of divinity degree (1990) at the DeSales School of Theology, a master’s degree in counseling (1992) and a doctoral degree in human development (1998) at The George Washington University. He is also a certified pastoral counselor and author of a number of articles on religious life, life-long faith formation and the intersection of spirituality and human development.
He believes that the DeSales mission empowers students to learn and develop gentle hearts and strong minds, guided by the spirit of St. Francis de Sales to deepen their love for God, neighbor, and all creation. His hope for all students is that they fall in love with the ultimate beauty of God, and thus the beauty of social justice – loving and serving others, especially those in need.
DeSales University is one of the top transfer schools for NCC students.

Inclement weather date: January 26

Jan
27
Mon
H.O.P.E. Food Pantry – Bethlehem Campus @ Bethlehem Campus - Room 122-A, Penn Hall, Bethlehem Campus Tickets
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
H.O.P.E. Food Pantry - Bethlehem Campus @ Bethlehem Campus - Room 122-A, Penn Hall, Bethlehem Campus

The Bethlehem Campus H.O.P.E. Food Pantry will be open Mondays through the spring semester.

Thank you for your continued support!

Blackboard Help Tables @ Bethlehem Campus - Laub Lounge, College Center Tickets
Jan 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Blackboard Help Tables @ Bethlehem Campus - Laub Lounge, College Center

Students who need assistance navigating Blackboard are encouraged to stop by our help tables at the Bethlehem Campus for assistance from the Office of Online Learning. If you need help outside of these hours, please call 610-861-5413 or email helpdesk@northampton.edu . If students have questions relating specifically to course content, they are encouraged to contact their specific course instructor.

We will be hosting help tables f on most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the Spring semester:

1/27, 1/29, 2/3, 2/5, 2/10, 2/12, 2/17, 2/19, 2/24, 2/26, 3/2, 3/4, 3/16, 3/18, 3/30, 4/1, 4/6, 4/8, 4/15, 4/20, 4/22, 4/27, 4/29, 5/4, 5/6, 5/11, and 5/13.