Writers Studio will host Open Mic on Thursday, Nov. 20, beginning at 4:00 p.m. in the Second Floor Student Lounge. All are welcome!
The Arapahoe Community College Parker Campus will host Grocery Stores: Food or Foe? on Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room 103.
Learn about the “end cap trap” and how to budget and make healthier choices at the grocery store. Don’t forget to bring your lunch!
This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP at the Parker Campus front desk or call 303.734.4822.
Arapahoe Community College will host an American Indian Speaker Series on Nov. 5, 12 and 18 in honor of American Indian Heritage Month.
These events will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre.
Wednesday, Nov. 5
* Park Ranger, Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site
Red Moon: Then and Now
This program traces the history of Cheyenne camp from the northern plains to present-day western Oklahoma with emphasis on Chief Yellow Wolf and his son, Chief Red Moon, as well as Bent's Old Fort and the Sand Creek Massacre.
* Superintendent, Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site
History of the Establishment of the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site
This program will trace the eight-year process of the effort to locate the massacre site by Cheyenne and Arapaho community leaders, scholars and federal and state officials including the oral history project and the passage of three federal legislations that guide work at the site today.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
Rocky Mountain PBS Producer Mariel Rodriguez-McGill and Director Julie Speer
Preview screening of the Rocky Mountain PBS documentary Colorado Experience: Sand Creek Massacre
Tuesday, Nov. 18
George E. "Tink" Tinker, Ph.D. (wazhazhe, Osage Nation)
* Clifford Baldridge Professor of American Indian Cultures and Religious Traditions at the University of Denver's Iliff School of Theology
Christians and the Sand Creek Massacre
This session will explore the moral and Christian implications surrounding the involvement of prominent Methodist leaders John Evans and John Chivington in the Sand Creek Massacre and how Christians today reconcile the tragedy.
These events, which will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the Waring Theatre, are free and open to the public. For more information or accommodations, please contact the Student Affairs Office at email@example.com or 303.797.5668.
Amanda Finger from the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, a Chapter of the Polaris Project, will present on this current and pressing issue in our society.
The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking is an anti-trafficking group focused on research and training. The organization formed in response to local demand for improved statewide responses to human trafficking. Since 2010, their staff has trained over 19,000 service providers, law enforcement officers, health care workers, teachers and community members to better identify and assist victims/survivors of trafficking. In 2013, they also began managing the Colorado Network to End Human Trafficking (CoNEHT) Hotline. This crisis, tip and referral hotline is operated by trained staff and volunteers and available 24/7 to provide emergency counseling to victims/survivors, and connect them to other social, legal and housing services, as well as to accept tips and information regarding trafficking cases.
For more information on the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, please visit: http://www.combathumantrafficking.org.
This event, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the ACC Student Affairs Office and the Criminal Justice Program's Victimology class. For more information or accommodations, please contact Student Affairs at 303.797.5668.
ACC students and community members are encouraged to submit art and literary work.
For additional details, please contact Kathy Winograd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.797.5815.
The Arapahoe Community College Equality Club and Knotty Yarn Club will host The Laramie Project on Friday, Nov. 14, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Waring Theatre.
The Laramie Project is a gripping and moving drama that tells the story of University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard and the impact of his tragic murder near Laramie, Wyoming, in October 1998. This show is a Visionbox production.
Tickets are a suggested donation of $5, with all proceeds benefiting the ACC Student Emergency Fund and the Matthew Shepard Foundation.
For more information, please contact Student Affairs at 303.797.5668.
The ACC Career & Transfer Center presents Auraria Campus Visit Day on Friday, Nov. 14, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Considering a transfer to MSU Denver or CU Denver? Join us for a tour of the Auraria Campus to discuss the transfer process. Travel via light rail (free light rail tickets to the first 20 students who register).
For more information, or to register, please contact the Career & Transfer Center at email@example.com or 303.797.5805.
The Arapahoe Community College Foundation will host the Fifth Annual Grapes to Grads Wine Tasting and Silent Auction on Thursday, Nov. 13, from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Mike Ward Infiniti (1800 Lucent Court in Highlands Ranch).
Enjoy music, networking, a silent auction, food from Littleton-area restaurants, and samples of many different wine and craft beer selections (courtesy of Lido Wine Merchants and Breckenridge Brewery). EVENT REGISTRATION
Tickets are $30 apiece, and $25 apiece with the purchase of two-or-more tickets. Tickets for ACC employees, alumni and students are also $25 apiece. All food, wine and beer samples are included in the ticket price, and all proceeds raised from this event will support the mission of the ACC Foundation to create public awareness and secure funding resources that provide financial assistance and broad-based community support for ACC’s students and programs.
Can't attend...but would still like to make a donation to the ACC Foundation?
For more information, please contact the ACC Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.797.5881.
Student Affairs will host “Climb to Glory: Legacy of the 10th Mountain Ski Troopers", a documentary by Warren Miller, on Thursday, Nov. 13, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Half Moon.
Presented in collaboration with The Colorado Ski Museum, Warren Miller Entertainment produced this 45-minute documentary that tells the story of the 10th Mountain Division Ski Troopers and how they transformed the U.S. ski industry after World War II.
For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.