LIVE WEBINAR: Difficult Leave Issues and Strategies for Employers in California
This live and interactive webinar will be presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorneys, Brett Sutton and Evelin Bailey. They will discuss current leave issues and solution for California Employers. Participants will be eligible for HRCI and SHRM Credit
LIVE WEBINAR: Difficult Leave Issues and Strategies for Employers in Nevada
This live and interactive webinar will be presented by Sutton Hague Law Corporation attorneys, Brett Sutton and Jared Hague. They will discuss current leave issues and solution for Nevada Employers. Participants will be eligible for HRCI and SHRM Credit.
Curious Minds Homeschooling Club
Homeschool children and parents: Come Explore, Imagine, Discover, and Connect at the Oroville Library at out Curious Minds Homeschooling Club!
Exhibition Talk: Renaissanced
Reception to follow at The Turner
Jan 27–Feb 29 | Mon–Sat | 12–4 p.m.
Curated with history professor Jason Nice and students in Renaissance Civilization: 1300–1550, students explore prints in the Turner collection to analyze the enduring themes of the Renaissance.
Sundays at Two:
Soprano Daun Weiss and pianist Kevin Anderson present a romatic program of lyrical love songs and passionate pieces for solo piano featuring works by Bellini, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, and Purcell.
Wine Down Wednesdays
Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month
October to February
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Enjoy Wine, Beverages & Appetizers provided by our very own Kitchen Chef
Joanna Dunlap Cowden Memorial Lecture - Inscribing a Modern World: Constitutions Across Borders Since 1750
The spread of political constitutions around the world since the 18th century is usually linked to a notion of the inexorable rise of democracy and studied only with regard to particular nation-states.
It is also generally looked at in isolation from other forms of literature. Linda Colley, the Shelby M. C. Davis 1958 Professor of History at Princeton University, re-examines the contagion of constitutions across continents and its meanings. She also questions the future of this genre in a world where human relationships with words and print are dramatically shifting.
New Music Symposium: New Music by Student Composers
CSU, Chico's very own composition students and musicians present an evening of original musical creations and premiere performances.
New Music Symposium: Splinter Reeds
"This ensemble consumes new music voraciously." – San Francisco Classical Voice
Splinter Reeds is the Bay Area's first reed quintet comprising five virtuosic musicians with a shared commitment to commissioning and performing the best of today's contemporary compositions. Freely juxtaposing multiple musical styles and aesthetics, the quintet will be presenting a program culled form their extensive performance repertoire, featuring compositions from their recent release, Hypothetical Islands.