Category Archives: Community Events

Organ Recital at Bucknell Friday, June 2

Organ Recital Performance by Dr. Steven Ball of Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City

Friday, June 2, 8 p.m. Rooke Chapel – No charge (Sponsored by the Class of 1957)

Everyone is invited for this special performance by Dr. Steven Ball of the Historic Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ. Dr. Ball is a master of “the largest instrument on Earth,” a pipe organ containing 33,112 pipes. Dr. Ball will showcase Bucknell’s Reuter pipe organ, one of the largest in central Pennsylvania.

Click here to download the Organ Recital Flyer for more information.

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SVC Meeting tomorrow 1/9/2017

Susquehanna Valley Conservatives Monthly Meeting – Monday January 9, 2017 at 7:00 PM

Topic:     1. Freedom of Religion vs. Freedom of Worship
2. Update on Attacks on Religious Freedom/Current Litigation

Who: Randy Wenger, Chief Counsel for Pennsylvania Family Institute/Independence Law Center

Prior to joining PFI, Mr. Wenger’s legal practice specialized in public policy law including the free exercise of religion, freedom of speech, the definition of marriage, gambling, and whether special rights should be given on the basis of sexual orientation. He has also written a number of Amicus Curiae briefs in the area of homosexual marriage, adoption, and intelligent design.

The mission of the Pennsylvania Family Institute is to strengthen families by restoring to public life the traditional, foundational principles and values essential for the well-being of society. PFI is the only full-time, professionally staffed non-profit organization representing family values in the state capitol. They encourage responsible citizenship and involvement in civic affairs to promote respect for life, family, marriage, and religious liberty.
Through its Independence Law Center, the Institute engages in the legal arena, defending the constitutional rights of citizens against challenges to life and religious freedom as well as advocating for the historic and beneficial role of family and marriage.

 

Where: Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, north of Lewisburg along Route 15

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Tuesday, February 7 at 7 pm
Campus Theatre, Lewisburg – RIO BRAVO – DIGITAL RESTORATION!  Introduced by Alf Siewers, Professor of English at Bucknell University.

If you are of a certain age you will remember this classic John Wayne film.

Rio Bravo was Howard Hawks’ 1959 answer to High Noon, the 1952 western in which Gary Cooper spends two hours of reel time trying in vain to rouse the local citizenry to help him exterminate the town skunk. “Now, that’s a rather silly thing for a man to do,” said Hawks, “especially since at the end of the picture he is able to do the job himself. So I said, we’ll do just the opposite, and take a real professional viewpoint.” As John T. Chance, sheriff of a tiny Texas border town, Wayne’s job is to keep a jailed killer in, and his cohorts – who have the town surrounded – out. But he doesn’t do it alone. During the course of events he is saved or protected by a reformed drunk (Dean Martin at his finest), a gimp-legged old geezer (Walter Brennan), a dance-hall gal with a past (Angie Dickinson), and a singin’ cowboy (Ricky Nelson). (Adapted from Pacific Film Archive Program Notes)

Sunday February 12 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Lewisburg Downtown Republicans sponsor the annual Lincoln’s Birthday Party at the Civil War Cider Co. on Market Street in Lewisburg, 5 to 7 p.m.

Live Civil War era music and brief readings from Lincoln’s most famous speeches: US Army Col. (ret.) Mike Sullivan will read the Gettysburg Address, and Bucknell Professor Emeritus Bill Moore will read his Second Inauguration Address.

Civil War Cider Co is located at 606 Market St in Lewisburg  (next to the Towne Tavern by 6th St).

Speaker at Bucknell – November 1

Bucknell’s Catholic Campus Ministry is hosting a pro-life physician and ethicist from Geisinger on Nov. 1.

Respect Life:  A Catholic Physician’s Call to a Culture of Life

Greg Burke M.D. is co-chair of Bioethics and Chief Patient Experience Officer at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.  He has published widely in the areas of physician ethics and spirituality in medicine and patient care.  Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and an associate in the General Internal Medicine Department at Geisinger, Dr. Burke has been practicing medicine for 25 years.  He holds degrees from the University of Scranton and the Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.  He is president of the Harrisburg Catholic Physicians’ Guild and member of the national Catholic Medical Association.

From a Catholic physician’s pro-life perspective, Dr. Burke will explore the complex, challenging and controversial bioethical issues involved in the medical treatment of persons from the beginning to the end of life.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 1, 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Bucknell University Bertrand Library, Traditional Reading Room (Rm. 213, 2nd floor)
FORMAT:           Lecture followed by Q and A and discussion.
SPONSORED BY:         Bucknell Catholic Campus Ministry
QUESTIONS/INFORMATION:       Email ccm@bucknell.edu

Event with Paul Ryan – Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Victory Event with Paul Ryan & the GOP Team Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 1:00 PM at the Avflight Harrisburg at Harrisburg International Airport in Middletown, PA.

Click here to register or visit our Community Corner page for more information.

Susquehanna University College Republicans – Upcoming Event – October 9

The Susquehanna University College Republicans will be hosting Bryan Anderson, a triple amputee Iraq War veteran who is a motivational speaker that travels all over the United States, in Isaac’s Auditorium in Seibert Hall at 7:00PM on October 9th (may be moved it to a larger venue on campus).

In addition to incorporating our university theme of “Freedom and Responsibility” into his speech, he will be talking about his experience in Iraq, his life story, and what he has overcome. After the event, there will be a question and answer session as well as a book signing. This will be a bipartisan event with both the SU College Republicans and the SU College Democrats.

Additional information can be found on SVC’s Community Corner page.

Bucknell University Conservatives Club – Upcoming Event – October 1

Dinesh D’Souza will speak at Bucknell University on Monday, October 1 at 7:30PM in Trout Auditorium

Additional information can be found on SVC’s Community Corner page.