Open House

Community Open House - Niceville Campus
& Student Services Center Grand Opening
Saturday, February 4th - 12 Noon to 3:00 pm
Schedule of Activities

OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE
Academic Dept. & Programs: 12 noon to 3:00 pm, Ongoing

Door Prize Registration
Increase your chance of winning a prize!
Complete separate entries at each location
noted. One entry per location per person.
Drawing 3 pm in SSC lobby. Need not be
present to win.

Student Services Center Lobby,
Mattie Kelly Arts Center Lobby,
Robert E. Green Science Bldg. Lobby -S
Drafting Program, Bldg. B
Teacher Education, Bldg. M Lobby
Learning Resource Center (LRC)


Food Services & Facilities Rental
Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance - Touch Tanks
Student Services - Admissions, Financial Aid, VA, Advising
Career Resource Center & Workforce Education
Women's Educational Resource Center
Adult Education/GED/English-as-Second-Language
PRIME Time Personal Enrichment Classes
Student Activities/Student Government
English/Communications
Mathematics/Math Lab
Leadership Institute
Bachelor of Applied Science in Project Management
Business & Computer Technology
Drafting - Architecture/Construction
Computer Engineering- Microsoft IT Academy
Collegiate High School
Healthcare Programs – Nursing, Dental, Radiography
Graphic Design & Photography
Public Safety - Fire Science
Public Safety Dept.
Fine & Performing Arts - Art Exhibits, Costume Shop, Dance Studio
Learning Resources Center - Library, Daily News Archives
Early Childhood Education & Child Development Center
Teacher Education - Elementary Ed, Middle School Math/Science
Arena & Wellness Center
Okaloosa County Emergency Operations Center
Sciences - Biological & Physical
Sciences - Interactive Sundial
Mattie Kelly Environmental Institute
Sciences - Observatory

Student Services Center Level 1
Student Services Center Level 1 - lobby
Student Services Center Level 2
Student Services Center Level 2, Room 127
Student Services Center Level 2, Room 280
Student Services Center Level 2, Room 243
Student Services Center Level 2, lobby table
Student Services Center Level 2, lobby table
Student Services Center Level 2, Room TBA
Student Services Center Level 2, Room TBA
Student Services Center Level 3
Student Services Center Level 3
Student Services Center Level 3
Building B, Room TBA
Building B, Room TBA
Building D
Building E - central core, multi-levels
Building E - lower level - Room 040
Fire Science Burn Tower - McCracken Way
Public Safety Dept. - Bldg H (former gym)
Mattie Kelly Arts Center - Bldg. J
LRC (Learning Resources Center)
Mary Lou O Connor Child Dev. Cntr, Bldg. M
Building Q, Room TBA
Arena/Community Serv. Complex, Bldg. T
Arena/Community Serv. Complex, Bldg. T
Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Bldg - S
Robert E. Green Jr. Science Bldg – Exterior
Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Bldg – S-229
McCracken Way –West loop road

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE
Seminars, Demos, Interactive Activities @ Times Notes

11:00am-2:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm
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12:00pm-1:00pm
12:00pm-1:00pm
12:15pm-12:30pm
12:30pm-12:50pm
12:45pm-12:55pm
12:30pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:00pm
12:30pm-1:00pm
12:30pm-1:30pm
12:30pm-ongoing
1:00pm
1:00pm
1:00pm
1:00pm-1:20 pm
1:00pm-1:30 pm
1:00pm-1:20 pm
1:30pm-2:00 pm
1:30pm-2:00 pm
1:30pm-2:00 pm
1:30pm-2:30 pm
2:00pm-2:20 pm
2:00pm
2:00pm-2:30 pm
2:00pm-2:30 pm
2:00pm-3:00 pm
2:00pm-3:00 pm
2:30pm-3:00 pm
5:00pm-8:00 pm
7:30pm-9:30 pm

NWFSC Raiders Baseball Game vs. Jackson State
Portrait Photography - Pose for a Free Photo
Patient simulator demo
Blood Pressure Screenings
AmeriCorps & S.T.A.R.S. - Info Tables
Touch Tank - Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance
Biological Science & the Human Body* - Display
Art Exhibits - Art Galleries
Performing Arts, Open Rehearsals
English/Blackwater Review Literary Journal
"Fossil Hominins: Ape or Human?" - Science Seminar
Interactive Sundial - Science Demonstration
"The Power of Film Language" - Humanities Seminar
Tai Chi - PRIME Time Demonstration
"Can Diabetes Be Prevented?" - Nursing Seminar
Patient simulator demo: Labor/live birth – Nursing
"Math Magic Show" - Mathematics Seminar
"Mid Life Makeover" - Women's Center Seminar
"Resume Review" - Career Resources Seminar
"Networking Niches for Relationship Riches" - Seminar
Defensive Tactics Demonstrations - Public Safety
Free Throw Contest
Fire Science Fire Tower Burn Demonstration
"Imagining the World without Our Masterpieces
"Periodontal Disease and Its Effects on the Heart"
"Mosasaurs - Sea Serpents from the Age of Dinosaurs"
"Online Math with Tegrity" - Mathematics Seminar
"Mid Life Makeover" - Women's Center Seminar
"Changing Careers - Surviving & Thriving Transition"
"Leadership Styles" - Leadership Institute Seminar
"Tax Preparation" - Workforce Education Seminar
"Wonders of Numbers in Nature, Art & Architecture"
Fire Science Fire Tower & Burn Demonstrations
"Monitoring Global Climate Change" - Science Seminar
"Doing Philosophy: Thinking for Yourself" - Seminar
Interactive Sundial - Science Demonstration
"Everyday Economics" - Business Seminar
"Tax Preparation" - Workforce Education Seminar
NWFSC Raiders Baseball vs. East Georgia
Ticketed Arts Event - Steve Lippia in "Simply Sinatra"
Box Office open 12 noon - 3:00 pm and 6:00 - 7:30 pm, Tickets $30

Baseball Complex, McCracken Way
Graphic Design Building E, Room 040
Nursing Nursing Building E, Room E130
Nursing Nursing, Building E, Lobby
Student Services Center, Lvl 1
Student Services Center, Lvl 1
Robert E. Greene Science Bldg S, Room 113
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Art Wing
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Music Wing
Student Services Center, Lvl 3, Room 308
Robert E. Greene Science Bldg, S, Room 202
Robert E. Greene Science Bldg, S, Outside
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Art Wing, Room J328
Student Services Center, Lvl 2, Lobby
Nursing Building E, Room 114
Nursing Building E, Room E130
Student Services Center, Lvl 3, Room 309
Student Services Center, Lvl 3, Room 280
Student Services Center, Lvl 1, Room 131
SSC, Level 3, Room 302
Old Gymnasium
Basketball Arena NWFSC Arena, Bldg T
Fire Science Burn Tower
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Art Wing, Room J328
Dental Assisting, Building E, Room 308
Robert E. Green Science Building, S, Lobby
Student Services Center, Lvl 3, Room 309
Student Services Center, Lvl 2, Room 280
Student Services Center, Lvl 1, Room 131
SSC, Level 3, Room 302
Student Services Center, Lvl 1, Room 131
Student Services Center, Lvl 3, Room 309
Fire Science Burn Tower
Robert E. Green Science Bldg, S, Room 110
Arts Center Music Wing, Bldg J, Room 213
Robert E. Green Science Bldg S outside
SSC, Level 3, Room 302
Student Services Center, Lvl 1, Room 132
Baseball Complex – Free Admission
Mattie Kelly Arts Center

*Note: Includes display of plasticized human cadavers.

STUDENT SERVICES CENTER
Open House & Free Seminars - Level 1

Food Services & Facilities Rental
WHERE: Food Services, Student Services Center, Level 1
ACTIVITY: Lunch menu, snacks and drinks are available for purchase in NWFSC's spacious new food services facility! Information is available on booking the various rooms, conference spaces and banquet halls at the new Student Services Center for community or corporate activities/functions.

Career Resource Center & Workforce Education Seminars
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 1, Rooms 131 & 132
ACTIVITY: The college's Career Resource Center and Workforce Education offer free seminars at the Student Services Center. The Career Resource Center is located in Building C-2 and is open from 12:00 - 3:00 pm for tours.

FREE SEMINARS:
Room SSC-131 - Student Services Center, Level 1
12:30 pm Resume Review
Bring your current resume and get tips from the experts on how best to sell your talents and skills to potential employers!

1:30 pm Changing Careers - Surviving and Thriving in the Transition -
Are you thinking of or in the midst of a career change or need to transition to a new career? Learn how to survive and thrive this change in your life.

Room SSC-132 - Student Services Center, Level 1
1:30 pm Tax Preparation Seminar
2:30 pm Tax Preparation Seminar

Career Resource Center - Open House
WHERE: Building C-2, Room C201
ACTIVITY: Career Resource Center Open House from 12:00 - 3:00 pm.

Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance - Touch Tanks & Information Table
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 1, Lobby
ACTIVITY: The CBA is an NWFSC environmental organization housed at the college's South Walton Center. Enjoy interactive touch tanks filled with wildlife from our local waters and learn about CBA's work on Coastal Dune Lakes and the health and sustainability of the Choctawhatchee Bay.

S.T.A.R.S. - Information Table
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 1, Lobby
AmeriCorps - Information Table
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 1, Lobby

 

STUDENT SERVICES CENTER
Open House & Free Seminars - Level 2

Open House Central Site & Door Prize Registration
WHERE: Front lobby Student Services Center (Level 2 main lobby west entrance)
ACTIVITY: The new Student Services Center is the Open House central location, maps and activity schedules available, Door Prize drawing registration, etc. Starting at 12:00 pm: Free NWFSC T-shirts for the first 300 persons* who enter Open House and register for a door prize! Door prize drawing at 3:00 pm Need not be present to win. *College employees & event volunteers not eligible.

Student Services Open House
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 2
ACTIVITY: NWFSC Student Services staff in Financial Aid, Advising, Registrar, Testing, Business office, Veteran's Affairs and more are available for your college questions!

Women's Educational Resources Center
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 2, Room 280
ACTIVITY: The NWFSC Women's Educational Resources Center is available in Room 280 with info on the program's free services for women and a free seminar.

FREE SEMINARS:
Room SSC-280 - Student Services Center, Level 2
12:30 & 1:30 pm "Mid Life Makeover - Finding Your Passion/Career Path"

PRIME Time/Continuing Education Info Table
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 2, Lobby
ACTIVITY: The PRIME Time personal enrichment program is geared to retirees and adults of all ages with fun learning and no tests or grades. Enjoy a demo by PRIME Time Tai Chi instructors and view artwork by program participants.
12:00 - 12:15 pm Tai Chi demonstration

Student Activities/Student Government Open House
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 2, Room 204
ACTIVITY: NWFSC has a vibrant Student Activities program which offers everything from campus clubs, to Brain Bowl Academic team, Forensics, Honor Society, Student Government Association, the college mascot and more.

Adult Education/GED & English-as-a-Second Language
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 2, Room 243
ACTIVITY: Learn about NWFSC's various programs which serve

STUDENT SERVICES CENTER
Open House & Free Seminars - Level 3

Costa Leadership Institute Open House & Seminars
WHERE: Costa Leadership Institute, Student Services Center, Level 3
ACTIVITY: Tour the new NWFSC Costa Leadership Institute and
conference facilities. Enjoy free seminars by Costa Leadership
Institute and NWFSC Business Division professors. The Costa
Leadership Institute's Spring series of professional development
courses and seminars is also available.

FREE SEMINARS:
Room SSC-302 - Student Services Center, Level 3
12:30-1:30pm - Networking Niches for Relationship Riches - Susan Young
1:30-2:00pm - Leadership Styles - Dr. Frank Goldstein
2:00-2:45pm - Everyday Economics - Dr. Tom Tomerlin & Keith Burns
NWFSC Economics professors present an insightful and entertaining look at Economics. Explore the logic behind commonplace observations and how "economic thinking" can be used to figure out the seemingly strange choices we encounter daily.

Lobby - Student Services Center, Level 3
12:00 - 3:00 pm Bachelor of Applied Science in Project Management & Business/Computer Technology Division Information
Info on the college's Bachelor of Applied Science program in Project Management and the college's Business & Computer Technology Division. Learn about the college's degree and certificate programs in today's top business, computer science and management fields.

Mathematics Department - Faculty Seminars
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 3, Room 309
ACTIVITY: The Mathematics Department at NWFSC offers everything from college preparatory courses to advanced mathematics classes. Meet NWFSC Mathematics Professors and learn the fun and wonders of math.

FREE SEMINARS:
12:30pm Math Magic Show
NWFSC Mathematics professor Dr. Rajiu Sriram presents mathematical tricks with numbers, card tricks other ways how mathematics is used to entertain. 20 minutes.
1:00pm OnLine Math/Tegrity
NWFSC Mathematics professor Chris Mizell has been recognized nationwide for his innovative online math classes. Find out more at this 20 minute presentation.
2:00pm Wonders of Numbers
NWFSC Mathematics professor Cynthia McGinnis presents an intriguing slide show to discover the wonder of numbers in nature, art and architecture. 20 minutes.

English/Communications Department
WHERE: Student Services Center, Level 3, Room 306
ACTIVITY: NWFSC English professors Dr. Deidre Price and Patrice Williams host a presentation on the college's vibrant English/Communications Department, including the college's Literary Journal - "Blackwater Review", and info about the NWFSC Reads and Guest Author program as well as course offerings in the academic department. Ongoing presentations.

ARENA, OKALOOSA COUNTY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER, WELLNESS CENTER
Open House & Free Raider Men's Baseball Games

Raiders Baseball games – Free Admission
TIME: 11:00 am & 5:00 pm
WHERE: NWFSC Raiders Baseball Complex, West McCracken Way
ACTIVITY: College Baseball games - Free Admission
11:00 am - NWFSC vs. Jackson State
5:00 pm - NWFSC vs. East Georgia

Arena & Wellness Center Open House
& Free Throw Contest
TIME: 1:00 pm - Free Throw Contest
12:00 - 3:00 pm - Open House
WHERE: NWFSC Community Services Complex - Arena and
Classroom Wing
ACTIVITY: Self guided tour of the new NWFSC 2,300 seat Arena and Free Throw Contest with prizes. Give it your best shot in a fun Free Throw Contest at 1:00 pm. Chance to win an NWFSC T-Shirt and Raider athletic gear! Also tour the new NWFSC Wellness Center and learn about community memberships available for those who join the Raider Club athletic boosters.

Okaloosa County Emergency Operations Center Open House
TIME: 12:00-3:00pm
WHERE: Community Service Complex - South end (adjacent to Arena)
ACTIVITY: Tour the new Okaloosa County Emergency Operations Center/911 Call Center, which opened on the Niceville campus January 2011. Enter through the NWFSC Classroom Wing Hall by the Raider Room (building that connects Arena to EOC).

PUBLIC SAFETY
Fire Science, Corrections, Law Enforcement, EMS

Fire Science Fire Tower & Burn Demonstrations
TIME: 1:00 & 2:00 pm
WHERE: Public Safety Training Grounds - West McCracken Way - Campus Loop Road
ACTIVITY: Witness NWFSC Fire Science faculty demonstrate a building burn using the NWFSC Fire Tower and a vehicle burn. Enjoy a fire equipment apparatus display. Public may handle and spray a fire hose, mount a fire truck and more!

Public Safety - Vehicle Displays Defense Tactics Demos
TIME: On-going with Demos at times noted
WHERE: Building H - former college gymnasium, Outside
ACTIVITY: Open House for NWFSC programs in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Emergency Administration Management, Emergency Medical Services/Technician (EMS/EMT) and Paramedic.
12:00 - 3:00 pm Open Vehicle Displays - Fire Truck, Patrol Car
1:00 pm Defensive Tactics Class Demonstrations - Building H (old gym) Gym floor - Ongoing

LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER
Open House

TIME: 9:00-3:00pm
WHERE: Learning Resources Center (LRC)
ACTIVITY: The Learning Resources Center (library) is open from9:00 to 3:00 pm for tours and information.

GALLIMORE CENTER FOR HEALTHCARE EDUCATION
Open House, Demos & Seminars in Nursing, Dental Assisting & Radiography

Dental Assisting
WHERE: Building E, Room 308
ACTIVITY: Tour NWFSC Dental Assisting facilities, including Digital Radiography. Sign-up for Free Dental X-rays by NWFSC Dental Assisting students (scheduled at later date). Free dental related giveaways while supplies last!
FREE SEMINAR:
1:00 pm "Periodontal Disease and Its Effects on the Heart"

Radiography
WHERE: Building E, Room 114
ACTIVITY: Tour NWFSC Radiography program and laboratories. Demos and information about admissions.

Nursing (RN) Associate Degree & Bachelor's Degree (BSN) Programs
WHERE: Building E, Room 134 & 116
ACTIVITY: Tour NWFSC Nursing program and laboratories. Information about admissions. Free seminar, demonstrations, and blood pressure screening.
FREE SEMINAR & DEMOS:
12:00 - 3:00 Patient simulator demonstrations - Nursing, Building E, Room E130
12:00 - 3:00 Blood Pressure Screening - Nursing, Building E, Lobby
12:30 pm "Is Diabetes Preventable?" - Toni Higgins, Nursing, Professor, Room E114
12:45 - 12:55 Patient simulator demo: Labor/live birth - Nursing, Building E, Room E130

GRAPHIC DESIGN
Open House & Free Portrait Photography Sittings

TIME: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
WHERE: Building E, Room 040
ACTIVITY: Free photographic portraits. Tour the state-ofthe-art facilities for students in NWFSC Graphic Design and Multimedia programs. The Graphic Design photo studio will be open. NWFSC Graphic Design students will take free professional level digital photos of adults age 18 or older in the portrait
studio. Participants will be sent their free portrait by email – a high-resolution digital file that you can take and have printedanywhere!

TEACHER EDUCATION/EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Open House

TIME: 12:00-3:00 pm
WHERE: Mary Lou O'Connor Child Development & Education Center and the NWFSC Early Childhood Education programs, both in Building M.
ACTIVITY: Tour the center which offers accredited pre-K programs for children ages 2.5 to 5. Services of the center are open to children from the community, as well as NWFSC students and staff. Talk with faculty about NWFSC programs for degrees and professional credentials in Early Childhood Education, Child Care Center Management and Child Development/Early Intervention.

TIME: 12:00-3:00 pm
WHERE: Building Q
ACTIVITY: NWFSC Teacher Education Bachelor's Degree Programs in Elementary Education, Middle School Math Education and Middle School Science Education host an Open House - Learn about the three bachelor's degree programs in teacher education offered by NWFSC. View demonstrations about instructional technology, tour the curriculum lab, talk with NWFSC faculty, students and alumni.

COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL
Open House

TIME: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
WHERE: Building D
ACTIVITY: Tour the #1 High School in Florida and learn more about 2012-13 admissions to this innovative charter school for grades 10, 11 & 12.

SCIENCES
Open House & Free Seminars in Biological & Physical Science and the NWFSC Mattie Kelly Environmental Institute

SCIENCE FACULTY SEMINARS:
Sundial Interactive Demonstrations
TIME: 12:00 - 1:00 pm and 2:00 - 3:00 pm
WHERE: Located outside at the north end of the
Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Building.
SEMINAR: Dr. Jon Bryan is available at the new interactive Sundial
to help you discover why your watch is wrong and how true time
is determined by the earth's rotation around the sun. Try out this
ancient scientific instrument! Also open continuously with selfguided
instruction. See information at www.nwfsc.edu/sundial.
Mosasaurs – Sea Serpents from the Age of Dinosaurs
TIME: 1:00 pm; WHERE: Robert E. Green Jr, Science Bldg., Lobby
SEMINAR: Dr. Jon Bryan, Geology professor, discusses the 17 foot replica of a mosasaur on display in the lobby along with viewing of the actual fossil bones of the creature (unearthed by students on a class field trip)!

Monitoring Global Climate Change
TIME: 2:00 pm
WHERE: Robert E. Green Jr Science Building, main lecture hall,
Room S110
SEMINAR: Dr. Mark Horrell, Earth Science Professor, presents an informative lecture on the global climate change and research.

SCIENCE OPEN HOUSE: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Ongoing
Mattie M. Kelly Environmental Institute
WHERE: Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Building, S, Level 2, Room 229
ACTIVITY: Dr. Allison Beauregard, Mattie Kelly Distinguished
Professor of Environmental Science, hosts tours in Institute labs with discussion of the research and endeavors of the program. Fossil Hominins: Ape or Human?
WHERE: Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Building, S, Level 2, Room 202
DISPLAY: The NWFSC Social Science Dept. hosts, Dr. Beth Ritter, Archeology and Anthropology Professor, to showcase the college's collection of fossil replicas of human ancestry.

Biological Sciences & The Human Body
WHERE: Robert E. Greene Jr. Science Building, S, Level 1, Room 113
ACTIVITY: Dr. Darryl Ritter, Science Division Chair and Dr. Pat McArthur, Biology Professor, discuss the college's offerings in the Biological Sciences and offer a display of the plasticized human cadavers used in healthcare and biological instruction.

Observatory & Astronomy
WHERE: Observatory - located off West McCracken Way - campus loop road adjacent to public safety facilities)
ACTIVITY: Tony Russo, Physics and Astronomy Professor, hosts at the college Observatory.

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Open House

Drafting & Design, Architecture/Construction, Computer Engineering, Microsoft IT Academy
TIME: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
WHERE: Building B
ACTIVITY: Microsoft IT Academy and IT certification program faculty available to discuss the college's degree and certificate programs in Computer Engineering Technology, Cisco Academy, Microsoft IT Academy, Comp TIA A+ , IT Security, UNIX/Linux System Administrator and more. Drafting/Architecture labs and student work on display. Faculty available to discuss college's programs in Architectural Design/CAD, Building Construction, Drafting & Design, Mechanical Design/CAD, Technical Illustration/CAD.

FINE & PERFORMING ARTS, HUMANITIES
Mattie Kelly Arts Center

TIME: 12:00 - 3:00 pm Activities on-going unless otherwise specified
WHERE: Mattie Kelly Fine & Performing Arts Center.

HUMANITIES SEMINARS
TIME: 12:00-1:00 pm "The Power of Film Language" - Dr. David Simmons, Art Wing, Room J328.
1:00 pm "Imagining the World without Our Masterpieces - Film presentation: The Rape of Europa" about the systematic theft, deliberate destruction and miraculous survival of Europe's art treasures during WWII. Art Wing, Room J328.
2:00 pm "Doing Philosophy: Thinking for Yourself"? A discussion of philosophical methods & concepts. In this age of instant info. Are you really reasoning & thinking for yourself about realworld issues? Dr. Charles Myers, Philosophy/Humanities Professor. Art Wing, Room J313.

ART WING EXHIBITS & OPEN HOUSE
Art Galleries Exhibits - McIlroy & Holzhauer Art Galleries - Art Exhibits open for viewing. "Worlds Apart", featuring abstract sculptures connected to the spirit of the land and "Cassetina, the Magic Box" - an intimate view of decorated miniatures.

Marie Snow Greene Visual Arts Building - Art faculty host in the circular visual arts building located behind the center fountain.

MUSIC WING OPEN HOUSE
Showchoir Open Rehearsal - Hardmant Orchestral Rehearsal Hall, Music Wing, Room J304. Hear the stellar NWFSC Soundsations Show Choir as they rehearse for upcoming concerts. Rehearsals are ongoing from 12 noon to 3:00 pm - drop in to enjoy!

Music Theory Lab - Room #J305, Music Wing. Music faculty host in this state-of the art music instructional lab.

Tyler Recital Hall Piano & Instrumentals - NWFSC music faculty and students rehearse throughout the afternoon in the Tyler Recital Hall. Stop by to hear these talented musicians!

Individual Instrumental/Voice Lessons - Music faculty in piano, guitar, strings, brass and more will be on hand in their studios located in the Music Wing to discuss the individual lessons available to the public! If you've ever wanted to learn an instrument or improve your vocal performance, be sure to stop by!

THEATERS/DANCE WING OPEN HOUSE
Frances Smith Herron Dance Studio - NWFSC Dance faculty and students showcase the college's dance programs. Located in the lower level of the theater building (follow the signs from the Sprint Theater - the smaller theater - Lobby).

Mainstage Theater - Take a peek at the 1,650 seat main theater as crews set up for a National touring stage show, Simply Sinatra Starring Steve Lippia, that will perform Feb. 4 at 7:30 pm for a ticketed show . (Tickets $30 each, available in Box Office).

Usher - Volunteer for the Arts! - Main theater Lobby. Arts Center Ushers explain the volunteer usher program.

Box Office - Purchase tickets for upcoming events at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center.



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