GCC News & Events
WInter break begins at noon, Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014.
Martin Luther King day is set aside for our nation to honor this civil rights leader.
“Paintings on Parade,” an exhibit of paintings by students enrolled in Gregory Pearce’s classes.
This play portrays how human trafficking can happen to anyone. Follwing the performance will be a presentation about human trafficking taking place in the Phoenix area.
"Ink, Inspiration and Image--Using Drawing Prompts to Generate Ideas for Writing," presented by Johnnie Clemens May, GCC CRW/English Faculty and Poet, and Dorothy Stewart, Visual Artist and Poet.
Presidents' Day is set aside for the nation to honor all of the United States presidents.
Screening of "The Freedom Riders," with free admission and open to the public.
Open to the public. Tickets available online and at the box office.
Tour the night sky and “walk the Solar System” at this SciTech Festival event at the Astronomy Observatory.
Creative Writing presents its monthly Saturday Workshop, 9-11:30 a.m., hosted by Shawnte Orion, Free Association Host and Poet.