November 6 – December 1
Reception: November 10, 5-7 p.m.

Art Gallery

Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society, an organization of local artists, annually presents their artworks at ECC.  Members work in a variety of media, including pastels, graphite, watercolor, oil paint, photography, and ceramics. The Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society began in 1974 to promote and contribute to the interest in fine arts.

Monday, November 6 &pm12p;ndash; Friday, December 1
All Day

November 18

10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

International Day Celebration festival is free, family friendly, and open to the public. Highlights of the festival are cultural dance performances, a  display of traditional attire from around the world and country booths where attendees can explore cultures from around the world through crafts, food, games, puzzles,  storytelling, and displays of artifacts and clothing.

Entertainment for the day includes:
Kenya Ajanaku: Experience the rhythms and folklore of Africa. This performance includes storytelling and drums that celebrates the African culture. Audience participation  involves hand-picked audience members to dance and play African instruments.

Samba Bom: A Midwest-based music and dance ensemble that plays authentic Brazilian music including samba, bossa nova, Brazilian jazz, olodum, forro, chorinho, among  others. The Batucada is an exciting, all-percussive jam session that brings any audience to its feet to dance along with the group — just like Carnaval festivities in Rio de Janeiro.

Saturday, November 18
10:00 am - 12:30 pm

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