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BLACKWOOD CAMPUS

PRESIDENTIAL COURTYARD

Wednesday, September 28, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.


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pancake-breakfast

 

Pancake Breakfast on the Battleship

October 8

10 a.m. – breakfast on the deck • 11 a.m. – tour of ship

(depart ship by 12 noon unless guest has purchased a full tour package)

 

In cooperation with the Trustees of Battleship New Jersey, please join us for a breakfast on the deck of the ship. After breakfast, take an audio tour of our nation’s most decorated and largest battleship. The Fire Power audio tour offers an audio and headset tour that features narration, former crew member accounts and sound effects. You’ll see and hear about the 16-inch gun turrets, tomahawks missile launch pads, how the crew lived and more. 


TICKET INFORMATION

Veterans - $10.00
Camden County College Students & Alumni - $20.00
General Public - $25.00
(a full tour is available at additional cost.)

Deadline to purchase tickets October 3, 2016


QUESTIONS
856-227-7200, ext. 4282 or 4960


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Community Screening of the documentary “Camdenlovehate”

November 17 at 6:30 p.m.

Conference Center's Theater, Camden City Campus



Camden County College followed by a panel discussion with the student filmmakers and director.

In the fall of 2008, filmmaker Daniel Meirom turned a group of Camden teenagers loose on the streets with handheld cameras they used to interview friends, neighbors, parents, local historians, and people they met along the way.


The goal was for the students to use their burgeoning filmmaking skills to learn about their city's past, present, and future. But over the years the project morphed into a full-fledged documentary in which they were both stars and collaborators.

The final product, a 75-minute film called Camden Love Hate, was completed earlier this year by Meirom and Ron Lipsky, who codirected and coproduced. The movie has been screened in Camden and submitted to a number of film festivals, Meirom said.

Meirom, a Philadelphia-based filmmaker, came to Camden to teach a film and history class at the Camden Center for Youth Development, an alternative program that helps high school students in need of extra behavioral or educational support.

Refreshments will be served. The showing is co-sponsored by CCC student activities and CCYD (Camden Center for Youth Development, Inc.)

Individuals will personally contact people/organizations/schools that might be interested in the film.