The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio on June 11, 2008 · 28
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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio · 28

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vVJhn si Schedule of Events Tuesday, June 24 1:00 pin Youth Workshop at the New Concord Library Dorothy Prince: "A Day at the Daytona Normal and Industrial School" , 3:30 pm Adult Workshop at Muskingum College Boyd Science Center, Room 336 (BSC 336) Paxton Williams: "How to Educate and Motivate , the Dr, Carver Way" 5:30 pm Period games New Concord Pavilion Under the Ohio Chautauqua Tent 6:30 pm Musical Entertainment The Zanesville Singers 7:30 pm Hank Fincken as Thomas Edison Wednesday, June 25 1 :00 pm Youth Workshop at the New Concord Library Paxton Williams: "The Plant Doctor" 3:30 pm Adult Workshop at Muskingum College (BSC 336) , Hank Fincken: "Edison: The Past at Present" 5:30 pm Period games New Concord Pavilion Under the Ohio Chautauqua Tent 6:30 pm' Musical Entertainment Sweet Adelines 7:30 pm Dorothy Prince as Mary McLeod Bethune Thursday, June 26 10:00 am Youth Workshop at John Mel nt ire Library, Zanesville Hank Fincken: "Becoming Edison" 3:30 pm Adult Workshop at Muskingum College (BSC 336) Michael Hughes: ''Mothers of Invention" 5:30 pm Period games New Concord Pavilion Under the Ohio Chautauqua Tent 6:30 pm Musical Entertainment JGHS String Sounds 7:30 pm George Dauler as Andrew Carnegie Friday, June 27 1 .00 pm Youth Workshop at Dresden Branch Library, Dresden Michael Hughes: "Children & Grandchildren at the Table with Mr. Bell" 3:30 pm Adult Workshop at Muskingum College (BSC 336) George Dauler: "The Gospel of Wealth, According to Andrew Carnegie" 5:30 pm Period games New Concord Pavilion Under the Ohio Chautauqua Tent 6:30 pm Musical Entertainment Musical Talent from Muskingum College 7:30 pm Paxton Williams as George Washington Carver Saturday, June 28 1 :0() pm Youth Workshop at John and Annie Glenn Site George Dauler: "Making and Using Steel" . 3:30 pm Adult Workshop at Muskingum College (BSC 336) Dorothy Prince: "Mary McLeod Bethune and the Black Women's Movement" . 5:30 pm Period games New Concord Pavilion Under the Ohio Chautauqua Tent 6:30 pm Musical Entertainment The Cambridge Band 7:30 pm Michael Hughes as Alexander Graham Bell Concessions will be available each night, The Village of New Concord and surrounding villages within the East Muskingum School District were settled in the early 1 800s by Scotch-Irish pioneers. This ethnic group places high values on the family unit and on the education of its children. Muskingum College was established by them, and they continue to support the local school system with exceptional pride. The concept that gave birth to Ohio Chautauqua finds a warm welcome in this climate. - f frrHVf a If 1 tt JOHN GLENN BOYHOOD HOME and MUSEUM Experience history at the boyhood home of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and a native of the Village of New Concord. Learn about life during the Great Depression and the Home Front during World War II through a captivating living history presentation. In 2002, John Glenn's boyhood home was moved back to Main Street in New Concord, OH and was restored as it was when he lived there until his enlistment in World War II. The astronaut and former senator once said that he and his wife Annie have lived through one-third of American history. It is the Museum's goal to bring those times to life for visitors to New Concord. The museum was the winner of the Eastern Ohio Development Alliance's 2006 Excellence Award for Tourism and continually receives enthusiastic reviews from diose visitors who say that it is much more than they expected. To schedule a visit, call (740) 826-3305. MUSKINGUM COLLEGE Since its founding in 1837, Muskingum has been a community of learners people learning from and with other people. Muskingum's mission is to educate the "whole person" - intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically - and it does so by meeting students where they are on the educational continuum, and by helping these students to progress to their maximum potential. Muskingum's excellence is measured most significantly by its alumni, who have served the world as CEOs of major corporations, major media figures, scientists, educators, civic and religious leaders, and as parents and friends. With its natural beauty, charm and friendly faces, Muskingum College welcomes prospective students by offering personalized campus tours and one-on-one meetings with an admission counselor. To schedule a visit, call (740) 826-8137. N Muskingum College Montgomery Blvd. I V l J Boyd , --T Science : r) Center ;-',V -: eOV A r v y I K O p Rt. 22 & 40 Questions? Call 740-826-2293 8

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