Rockville Centre News and Events, Week of Oct. 11
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On Oct. 14 at 3 p.m. in the Hays Theatre of Molloy College's Wilbur Arts Center, the public is invited to a free program featuring Mary Vahey, adjunct assistant professor SUNY-Suffolk; New York Institute of Technology; Nassau Community College, M.A., M.L.S., and Steven Tice, Doctoral Candidate and director, of the Malverne School of Music while they explore the Renaissance Period of artistic style that started in Italy and spread to most of Europe. They will also delve into Baroque Art. For information, contact Marion Lowenthal, director, Institute for Interfaith Dialogue at (516) 678.5000 x6880 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Unorthodox" Author Breakfast
RSVP for "Unorthodox," an author/breakfast featuring Deborah Feldman who wrote a compelling personal story about leaving the Satmar Orthodox community of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The Oct. 14 event, open to the public, is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. and is jointly sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women's South Shore Section, Central Synagogue and Congregation B'nai Sholom-Beth David. It will take place at Congregation B'nai Sholom-Beth David, 100 Hempstead Ave. Books ($18) will be available for signing. The couvert is $36. Make checks payable to "NCJW South Shore Section" and mail them to Beth Cohen, 54 Greystone Road, Rockville Centre, NY 11570. For information contact (516) 766-5766 or email@example.com.
On Oct. 16, the Fortnightly Club's art chairwoman, Rosanna Clavin, will introduce the day's program, "The Art of Going Green," presented by the Town of Hempstead. The meeting and program will begin at 1:30 p.m. at St. Mark's Methodist Church on Hempstead Avenue. Visitors are welcome.
St. Agnes 50th annual Parish Celebration
The "Endless Summer" is the theme of the 50th annual St. Agnes Parish Celebration set for Oct. 20, that will honor Sister Kathleen V. Carlin, O.P.; Dr. Donna Eschenauer and Helen F. Newman. Msgr. William Koenig will moderate. Call (516) 606-8193 by Oct. 5 to advertise in the journal.
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