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Friends of the Libraries' Luncheon
April 30, 2014, 11:30am - 1:30pm

Friends of the Libraries' Luncheon

Friendly Collaboration is the theme for this year's Friends of the Libraries Annual Luncheon. Join us as we celebrate 36 years of service to the Wright State community and recognize our current and past board members.

This years' Keynote Speaker is Dr. Hank Dahlman, the founding director of CELIA, the Ohio Center of Excellence for Collaborative Education, Leadership and Innovation in the Arts. As director of CELIA, he coordinates the WSU Distinguished Visiting Artist Program, the CELIA Fellows Program, and other innovative and collaborative ventures in the arts, humanities and social sciences. He is also a professor of music at Wright State University, and serves as the conductor of the internationally recognized WSU Collegiate Chorale. Dahlman is the founding artistic director of WSU’s annual Holidays in the Heartland, and serves as the conductor of the Choirs of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a regular guest conductor with the DPO, and has conducted throughout Europe and the U.S. His Pronunciation Guide to Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana has been used by over 150 orchestras and choruses on five continents. Dr. Dahlman will discuss CELIA and the impact of the arts, humanities and social sciences on the quality of life and economy of WSU, the Dayton region, and beyond.

Buffet-style Lunch will include:

Caramelized Pear and Pecan Salad
Mixed Greens with Dried Cherries, Carmelized Pears, Crumbled Feta and Sugared Pecans with Sweet Vinaigrette Dressing

Mascarpone and Fig Stuffed Chicken Marsala

Portabella Mushroom Napoleon
Squash, Asparagus, Zucchini and Roasted Red Peppers topping a Portabella Mushroom with Fresh Herbs, and Mozzarella topped with Pomadoro Sauce

Sides include Rosemary Garlic Red Potatoes, Asparagus with Lemon Butter, Assorted Rolls and Focaccia Bread. Assorted Desserts.

Cost is $25 per lunch or $35 per patron. (Patron includes lunch and a program listing.)

Friends of the Libraries' Luncheon
April 30, 2014, 11:30am - 1:30pm

Friends of the Libraries' Luncheon

Friendly Collaboration is the theme for this year's Friends of the Libraries Annual Luncheon. Join us as we celebrate 36 years of service to the Wright State community and recognize our current and past board members.

This years' Keynote Speaker is Dr. Hank Dahlman, the founding director of CELIA, the Ohio Center of Excellence for Collaborative Education, Leadership and Innovation in the Arts. As director of CELIA, he coordinates the WSU Distinguished Visiting Artist Program, the CELIA Fellows Program, and other innovative and collaborative ventures in the arts, humanities and social sciences. He is also a professor of music at Wright State University, and serves as the conductor of the internationally recognized WSU Collegiate Chorale. Dahlman is the founding artistic director of WSU’s annual Holidays in the Heartland, and serves as the conductor of the Choirs of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a regular guest conductor with the DPO, and has conducted throughout Europe and the U.S. His Pronunciation Guide to Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana has been used by over 150 orchestras and choruses on five continents. Dr. Dahlman will discuss CELIA and the impact of the arts, humanities and social sciences on the quality of life and economy of WSU, the Dayton region, and beyond.

Buffet-style Lunch will include:

Caramelized Pear and Pecan Salad
Mixed Greens with Dried Cherries, Carmelized Pears, Crumbled Feta and Sugared Pecans with Sweet Vinaigrette Dressing

Mascarpone and Fig Stuffed Chicken Marsala

Portabella Mushroom Napoleon
Squash, Asparagus, Zucchini and Roasted Red Peppers topping a Portabella Mushroom with Fresh Herbs, and Mozzarella topped with Pomadoro Sauce

Sides include Rosemary Garlic Red Potatoes, Asparagus with Lemon Butter, Assorted Rolls and Focaccia Bread. Assorted Desserts.

Cost is $25 per lunch or $35 per patron. (Patron includes lunch and a program listing.)

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