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SUMMER AT PENN

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CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES

University Museum: Summer Magic '99
Ages 6-12. Free with Museum admission. Info: (215) 898-4016.

7/15 African Drumming and Dance; Patricia Reid-Merritt and her ensemble teach about importance of drumming in African cultures; 11 a.m.

7/22 Egyptian Dance; Habiba (left) teaches traditional dances of Egypt including secrets of the belly dance; 10 a.m.

7/29 The Katari Band: Indigenous Mexican Music; melodies from the highlands of Mexico; 11 a.m.


MUSIC

8/4 Two of a Kind; Dave & Jenny Heitler-Klevans interactive musical show; 6-7:30 p.m.; Morris Arboretum; more info: (215) 247-5777 (Arboretum).

8/26 Royal Court Players; classical music by flutist Laura Forman and guitarist Steven Limeburner; 6-7:30 p.m.; Morris Arboretum; info: (215) 247-5777 (Arboretum)


SPECIAL EVENTS

Now Star Gazing Nights; open observatory nights; 8:30-10 p.m.; Flower and Cook Observatory, DRL; call (215) 898-5995 to check weather conditions. Mondays through August (Physics & Astronomy).


Deadline: For the September at Penn calendar, the deadline is August 17.

 

 Year-End Celebration: On May 26 some 5,000 Penn faculty and staff had lunch together at Human Resources' second annual "Party on the Green." College Green was alive with music, food and conversation as three of the University's senior administrators thanked the faculty and staff for their contributions to a successful academic year-EVP John Fry, Provost Robert Barchi, and President Judith Rodin, [standing above, center, with Quality of Worklife Coordinator Marilyn Kraut standing at left.]

--Division of Human Resources

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Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 1, July 13, 1999

 FRONT PAGE | CONTENTS | JOB-OPS | CRIMESTATS |

| BENCHMARKS: IN APPRECIATION OF TWO DEANS |

| TALK ABOUT TEACHING | BETWEEN ISSUES | SUMMER at PENN