6:30 pm Catered Dinner in Gym, Comedy Show in Performing Arts Center
SCCC Comedy Night with Kerri Louise – Join us for a Great Ladies Comedy Night with Kerri Louise!
Who can turn the world on with her smile? Mary Tyler Moore. But who can turn the world on with her hysterical stories, original humor, and boisterous characters? Kerri Louise. High-energy, commanding and versatile-Kerri Louise can entertain any audience with her warmth and razor-edge wit. This comedy show will be following our Ladies Retreat Event.
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6:30 pm Catered Dinner in Gym, Comedy Show in Performing Arts Center
Ladies’ Saturday Retreat is an opportunity for women of all ages to gather, relax, rejuvenate and get motivated. The day includes a café reception featuring local restaurant food tastings, exciting workshops, vendors, dinner and a comedy show to complete the evening.
Throughout the day, vendors and exhibitors will provide an opportunity to learn about county services and organizations available to woman. They will also have on display an eclectic assortment of wares available for purchase.
All Inclusive Admission
The All Inclusive Admission is the best offer. The day is full of food, fun, and activities for women to enjoy. The full day includes:
- Morning bagels and coffee
- Vendor shopping
- Spa treatments
- Workshops throughout the day
- Café reception lunch
- Comedy Show
All for just $85
Additional packages are available.
The evening show, Comedian Kerri Louise, begins at 8:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. This hilarious comedian is sure to keep the audience laughing until the last joke. Tickets for the show may be purchased separately.
Portions of the proceeds from Ladies’ Saturday Retreat will support scholarships for female students at SCCC.
The paintings, drawings, and photographs created by the outstandingly talented students across New Jersey whose work was exclusively selected as the “Best of the Festival” at the 2016 New Jersey State Teen Arts Festival will be on display at Sussex County Community College in the Health Science and Performing Arts Center from December 1 through December 30.
The Sussex County students featured in the exhibit are part of an exclusive selection of the top 30 pieces of artwork by NJ Teen Artists. The Sussex County students in the exhibit are Madison Wells of Newton High School, Jane Sosik of Sparta High School, Lexie Malavet of High Point Regional High School and Brooke Rivera of Pope John XXIII Regional High School.
The exhibit features art work completed by gifted and talented students who have participated in their county festivals from across the state and have been selected from thousands of students art work to be part of NJ State Teen Arts Touring Exhibition. The NJ State Teen Arts Festival offers an opportunity for top students in their art forms to present their work in creative writing, dance, instrumental music, vocal music, acting and visual arts.
The annual NJ State Teen Arts Festival, this year will be held on May 31, June 1 & 2017 at Ocean County College in Toms River, NJ. Top artists/teachers from around the region come to critique, as well as to teach workshops and master classes in their individual specialties, including drama, filmmaking, voice, acting, instrumental music and more.
All schools and students across the state of New Jersey are invited to attend our festival and participate in the following: Master Class Workshops, networking opportunities, College/Internship Fair, and observe all presentations and art exhibits.
Sussex County Community College is delighted to announce “Cloud of Unknowing”. An Installation of Paintings will be on view at the Art Gallery in C building. The artist will be present during the Opening Reception on Friday, December 9 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the SCCC Art Gallery. The exhibit will run from December 9-January 20 and is free and open to the community.
In her commitment to a life of an artist, Nancy Train Smith has three distinct, perhaps converging types of studio practice, ceramics, painting and site-specific sculpture. She has lived in Massachusetts since 1991 and has used the spectacular landscape of South Dartmouth as inspiration for many of her projects. The exhibition of paintings is the culmination of an intensive study of landscape of the estuarine coast, where once the artist sought to capture the feeling of being in the landscape rather than simply looking at it, her recent work shows a more symbolic connection to place, using elemental signs such as cloud formation and waterfalls.
Her work has been included in many private and museum collections worldwide.
For more about Nancy Train Smith visit, http://www.nancytrainsmith.com/
It will be a night of mystifying illusion at Sussex County Community College on Thursday Dec. 8 as Joshy K, “The Illusionist”, and Alexander Morgan, “The Mentalist,” amaze the audience starting at 7 p.m.
Hosted by the SCCC Rotaract Club, the night promises to be entertaining and mystifying!
“Augmented Reality – A Magic & Mentalism Show” features two outstanding entertainers, performing in the SCCC Performing Arts Center.
Joshy K has been on TV, studied magic at the renowned Tannen’s Magic Camp, and perhaps most famously, holds the Rubik’s Cube record of solving the puzzle in just 23 seconds. He’s been dazzling crowds for over a decade.
Alexander Morgan has appeared on America’s Got Talent, was a finalist in the Skylands Got Talent competition earlier this year, and also attended Tannen’s Magic Camp.
This show is suitable for those 16 years of age and up.
There will be a meet and greet with the performers after the show.
Doors open at 6:30. Tickets are $7 in advance ($5 for students), $10 at the door. Tickets are available at the SCCC Bursar’s Office (B Building) or online at sussex.edu (click on Box Office).
To Purchase Tickets click here
Picture: Illusionist Joshy K
The Student Government Association (SGA) at Sussex County Community College (SCCC) is hosting a haunted hayride and Halloween party for community members of all ages on Friday, October 28 from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Inside the Student Center, you’ll find activity tables for children hosted by our clubs and student organizations, which will offer ring toss, painted pumpkins, balloon art and face painting. The community is invited to take a haunted hayride around the campus (beginning in front of the B-Building) as students help to act out a horror story along the trail. This year’s theme is “Gruesome Grimm’s Fairytales” and the actors hidden in the woods are from our very own Performing Arts Club. Hot cider and donuts will be provided in the cafeteria. This event is free for all who attend.
Sussex County Community College’s Department of Veteran Services will be hosting a Fish & Chips Dinner by Tastefully British. Tickets may be purchased at SCCC’s Veteran’s Resource Center, Bursar’s Office or online, $20 for adults, $15 Veterans & Students (11 -20 yrs of age), $10 for children 10 and under. Please specify if you would like to substitute fish with chicken at the time of advance ticket purchase.
The event will also feature complimentary beer & wine, 50/50 raffle, Basket of Cheer, and door prizes. All proceeds from fundraising efforts and admission will support SCCC’s student veterans.
If you would like to just donate to the Student Veterans Emergency Relief (SVER) program click here:
The highly regarded documentary film, 91%: A film About Gun Violence in America, takes on the hot topic of gun control. Many proposed mechanisms for controlling gun distribution are opposed by gun rights activists, but research shows that 91 percent of U.S. citizens support a universal background check for firearms purchases.
A screening of this very timely film will be held at Sussex County Community College (SCCC) at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 24, in the Performing Arts Center, One College Hill Road, Newton. The documentary is free and open to the community. A discussion with filmmaker John Richie will follow.
“Gun Violence in America is epidemic” says William McGovern, program coordinator for the Criminal Justice and Fire Science Technology programs at SCCC. “From homicides in Chicago to mass shootings at schools, we as a nation need a better solution to preventing tragedies that happen over 300 times a day in our communities. We look forward to presenting this important – and timely – documentary.”
The film was produced and directed by John Richie, a writer/director/producer based out of New Orleans. In 2004, he began his film career working in the camera department of many large Hollywood films. Ritchie found his passion in documentary filmmaking in 2006 working on Spike Lee’s When the Levees Broke, the 5 part HBO series about Hurricane Katrina’s effect on the people of the Gulf South. Shortly after this experience, John embarked on making his own films centered on social justice issues with a focus on gun violence and policy.
His newest film, 91%, is being released this year through The Cinema Guild. 91% examines Americans overwhelming support for comprehensive background checks on all gun sales, Congress’s failure to pass any meaningful legislation to date, and how it affects our public health.
This work has led Richie into working on projects with the Sierra Club, City of New Orleans, and The Louisiana Endowment for The Humanities. He’s known for his ability to bring honesty in the telling of difficult stories while maintaining the integrity of the people and the truth.
Photo: John Richie, Filmmaker
Thursdays on the Green is the FREE outdoor concert series that has been a summer tradition for hundreds of Sussex County residents since 2002. In addition to fabulous music, guests enjoy a family festival with vendors, artisans, giveaways and more. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to enjoy the show.