Greenfield Community College

Greenfield Community College

Events on Tuesday October 1

Business Club

Tuesday October 1


E132 Hammond Business Studio

A student club providing networking opportunities, social events, and informative programming to increase members’ business skills and chances of success in personal entrepreneurship. Anyone can join—you don't have to be a business student! Check us out on Facebook!

Fall meetings are in the following locations:

  • 10/25 C307
  • 11/1 C307
  • 11/8 E132
  • 11/15 Dining Commons
  • 11/29 E132
  • 12/6 E132
  • 12/13 E132

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Layaali Arabic Music Ensemble

Tuesday October 1


Cohn Family Dining Commons

Layaali is a group of talented musicians whose love and dedication to Arabic music have earned them wide acclaim from both ethnomusicologists and audiences at sold-out performances throughout the U.S. and internationally. The ensemble is committed to performing the traditional music of the Arab world and to preserving the rich legacy of Arabic culture through soulful vocals, hypnotic instrumental improvisations, electrifying percussion, and faithful renditions and recordings of master works.

Layaali’s mission is to increase the awareness of Arabic music and culture through concerts, recordings, workshops and lectures. The musicians, who come from four Arab countries—Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Morocco—include Jamal Sinno (qanun and vocals), Muhammed Mejaour (nay and percussion), Kareem Roustom (oud), Michel Moushabeck (tabla, riqq, daff), and Nour Bishouti (vocals).

Members of the ensemble have performed at major international concert halls (London’s Peacock Theatre, Singapore’s Victoria Theatre, Paris’s La Salle Gaveaux), at museums (Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Porter-Phelps Museum), at colleges and universities (Yale University, Boston University, Harvard University, Hampshire College, Smith College, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Georgetown University, and many others), at world music festivals (Balkan Night, Boston International Festival), at notable music halls (Club Passim, The Iron Horse) and at churches nationwide.

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OLP Free Climb

Tuesday October 1


N103 Climbing Wall

GCC’s Outdoor Leadership Program invites you to climb to new heights! Get a whole new perspective on things and join OLP twice a week every week!

Did you know that there is a climbing gym at GCC? You’re invited to tie in and climb with us! Open to all GCC students, faculty, and staff—come by any time or a few minutes or a few hours. No experience necessary, just bring yourself and we’ll fit you with a climbing harness, tie all of your knots, belay you as you ascend and coach you to climbing success. No skirts or dresses. You must wear shoes so be sure to bring a pair of shoes you can climb in!

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Campus Tour

Tuesday October 1


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.

Campus Tour RSVP

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


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