Archive for March, 2016
Posted in Animation & Games, Building Community, Family Value, Summer Camp, tagged animation course, Fun Classes, gaming, LEGO Films, LEGO Video Games Camp, Minecraft Camp, Spartanburg Community College, summer camps on March 21, 2016| Leave a Comment »
Look no further! SCC has Summer Camps for ages 8 to 16 beginning in June.
- Minecraft Animators
- Minecraft Designers
- Minecraft Modders
- Girl Gamers
- Make Your First Video Game
- Video Game Animation
- LEGO Films & Stop Action
- LEGO YOUniverse
- LEGO Video Games
- Cartoon Drawing Camp
- Comics Art Camp
- Manga Art Camp
Wednesday, March 23, 9 am – 2 pm
$10 Walmart Gift Card plus 500 TBC Reward Points for all donors! Redeem points for gift cards.
Blood Mobile will be located in front of Jack A. Powers Building. Allow 1 hour to donate, no appointment needed. Please be ready to present a photo ID. SCC blood drives are open to the public and are sponsored by SCC Student Life and TBC.
Any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted in Community Education, Continuing Education, Personal Development, tagged adult education, Adult Learning, Continuing Education, Fun Classes, Spartanburg Community College on March 9, 2016| Leave a Comment »
The 1960s were one of the most turbulent decades in our nation’s history. We had the Civil Rights movement, the war in Vietnam, assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Senator Robert Kennedy, and Malcom X. We had the sexual revolution, cold war, Berlin Wall, Cuban Missile Crisis, riots and burning of major cities, women’s movement, dissent and disobedience throughout the country, and men walking on the moon.
Plus, we had the greatest popular music of all time! Jack Fisher, the disc jockey who introduced The Beatles at their first U.S. concert, was a regular dancer on American Bandstand, and rubbed elbows with early rock ‘n’ roll legends, including Dick Clark, Chubby Checker, and Ricky Nelson, will take you on a trip down through the soundtrack of your life by demonstrating how the music and culture reflected and influenced a generation. This lecture series will cover the decade year by year. The 1960s. They were turbulent and they were memorable. Come revisit this special time.
Your visit to the 1960s starts on April 7. Don’t wait – Register Online Now!
Dates: April 7 – May 19, Thursdays 6 pm – 8 pm