Greenfield Community College

Greenfield Community College

Events on Friday December 8

Campus Tour

Friday December 8

10:00am-11:30am

C103 Office of Admission

The best way to learn about GCC is to experience it in person. Campus tours are a great place to start and are offered regularly when school is in session. RSVP to let us know if you're coming, then get to know GCC! See the Admissions Office for a complete list of upcoming dates.

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  • If you are bringing additional guests with you or require special accommodations, please let us know

 

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College Visit: MCLA

Friday December 8

11:00am-1:00pm

Core Lobby

Admissions reps share information about transfer to Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

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GCC Chorus Informal Holiday Concert

Friday December 8

12:15pm-12:45pm

Core Lobby

GCC Chorus presents an informal holiday concert under the direction of Margery Heins, with the group’s accompanist Marilyn Berthelette and soloists from the chorus. Enjoy songs of the season in several languages! Music includes familiar English carols and “Durme, Durme” (Sephardic folk song) “Rise Up Shepherd and Follow,” “Amazing Grace,” and carols in Polish and Spanish. Refreshments! Stop in, relax, and enjoy the music!

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Federal Street School Volunteer Program

Friday December 8

1:00pm-2:00pm

GCC student volunteers plan and facilitate activities with the first grade class at Federal Street Elementary School. To volunteer for this program, please email Mary McEntee.

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Early Springfield Automotive History

Friday December 8

7:00pm-9:00pm

Stinchfield Lecture Hall

A fascinating program on automobile manufacturing in Springfield, with history that goes back to pre-Revolutionary times and the Springfield Armory. The Duryea (1893), the Knox (1899), Atlas touring cars (1911), the Rolls Royce in the 1920s, the Indian motorcycle (1901-53)—all built in Springfield, with a little help from local factories. Jerre Hoffman and Keith Korbut helped create the Early Transportation Gallery and the History on the Move Car Show at the Springfield Museums and have done many programs together. Free and open to the public.

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