Just Dance is an old fashioned evening of dancing and music for the entire family. Learn new dance steps or brush up on your dance moves, Deb Mooer and the DCC music department are collaborating to present Just Dance!
Ms. Mooer will teach two versatile steps to get dancers of all ages on the floor May 4 at 7 pm in the DCC Toepke Center. Her vast teaching experience and positive, enthusiastic attitude guarantee an enjoyable evening for everyone.
Learn new dance steps or brush up on your dance moves. Deb Mooer and the DCC music department are collaborating to present "Just Dance!", an old fashioned evening of dancing and music for the entire family. Ms. Mooer will teach two versatile steps to get dancers of all ages on the floor May 4 at 7 p.m. in the DCC Toepke Center. Her vast teaching experience and positive, enthusiastic attitude guarantee an enjoyable evening for everyone. Live music will be provided by DCC music students and refreshments served by the Opus Society. The evening is free of charge.
Dawson Community College 2011-2012 Awards Banquet was held Sunday April 22. The banquet is a tradition at DCC and includes acknowledgment for both academic and sports award recipients. This year's dinner was prepared by Garth Clingingsmith at the Moose Lodge in Glendive. Hosted by the Associated Student Body participants enjoyed lasagna and garlic bread sticks with a Caesar salad and cupcakes for dessert.
Celebration of Research and Creativity will be the theme for the Dawson Community College Music Department Spring performance Tuesday, May 1. The evening will commence in at 6 pm in the auditorium featuring recital performances by vocal, piano, guitar, and percussion students.
Winners will be announced at the ASB Awards Banquet Sunday, April 22 at the Glendive Moose Lodge.
Dawson Community College First Annual Photo Contest is the brainchild of Joyce Ayre, Interim Dean of Student Services. Ayre felt it was time to let the photographers among us shine. What a great idea!
Be sure to cast your vote for The Peoples’ Choice Award from April 23 through 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 1.
The Dawson Community College Art Department is proud to present the outstanding art works of the talented and creative student artists of Dawson Community College. Forty-one students will be exhibiting their artwork in the Annual 2012 Spring Juried Student Art Show, Monday, April 23 - Monday, May 7.
Dawson Idol returns Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m. in the DCC auditorium featuring talent from Glendive and the surrounding area. Judges include past DCC students Zach Umback, winner of Idol I, Marlon Tibbs, DCC basketball coach, and A’Lynn Shields, Opus Society member. In addition, DCC music ensembles and previous Idol entrants Charlie Denison and Zach Umback will provide entertainment while the votes are cast and counted. Mr. Denison will visit with aspiring musicians about his recent recording experience.
Dawson Community College Gallery 126 is pleased to present "The Great Great Plains Goes Pop" paintings by William Charles Harbort A.K.A. Billy Chuck March 23 through May 10. Bill will be conducting a Collage Workshop on Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (register online: www.dawson.edu/workshops or call Marilyn: 377-9450). There will be an artist reception from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 23. As always, everyone is welcome to come meet the artist, enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments. If you can't make it then, the show will be up through May 10th.
There is still time to enter as a contestant in Dawson Idol. The entry deadline is Monday, March 26 at 5 pm., with the final performance on March 30. Go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NP2GVHM for application or contact Lisa Shields at 406.377.9456 or [email protected].
DCC student Tyler Chamberlain demonstrated his A-game Friday, March 23 when the Circle H.S. Music Technology students visited campus. Tyler gave a one hour hands-on short course to Tiel Hart, Naomi Nagel and their teacher, Steven Kotson. Students performed and recorded in the DCC studio, while Tyler demonstrated the capabilities of various software used in the DCC Music Tech program. It truly was service learning at its best and a great relationship was developed between the two music programs.