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Third Thursday Dinner and a Movie Night
The February Go West! Third Thursday in University City is at
the University Museum on February 17 for the opening of the eighth
annual Margaret Mead Traveling Film and Video Festival, of cultural
documentary films, organized by the American Museum of Natural History in
New York. The Third Thursday Dinner and a Movie Night includes 2-for-1
dinner specials at seven area restaurants and half-price admission to the
Film Festival. For more information see www.gowest.org.
This year the festival offers five specific themes: Body Art: Marks of
Identity, "The Gypsy" in Cinema, Technology and Tradition, Spirit
of the Community and Identity and Gender. Festival screenings
take place in the Museum's Harrison Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on February
17, 18 and 19, and at 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. on February 19. General admission
is $6, students, senior citizens, Museum members and PENNcard holders $3.
Saturday morning and afternoon programs are free with Museum admission.
For more information contact the Education Department at (215) 898-4015
or see www.upenn.edu/museum.
Correction to 25-Year Club List
In the January 11 Almanac, the list of New 25-Year Club Members
for 1999 should have listed Dr. Henry R. Bleier in the Department of
Psychiatry, in the School of Medicine, not Psychology/SAS. We apologize
for the error. --Eds.
Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 19, February 1, 2000
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