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Previous Events
2013 Fall

hungarian dancersHungarian State Folk Ensemble
regarded as one of the greatest folkloric dance ensembles in the world

The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, regarded as one of the greatest folkloric dance ensembles in the world, was established in 1951 to preserve the folk dances and traditional costumes of Hungary and hungarian-inhabited areas by putting them on stage before the public. During the more than six decades of its existence, the Ensemble has achieved its aim by revitalizing the culture of the Hungarian people. Their rich and colorful repertoire entitles the Ensemble to be regarded as one of the top touring groups in the world.

The Ensemble has performed in 44 countries across four continents.

The choreographies are all based on authentic dances, some of them collected in isolated villages with dance elements dating back hundreds of years. The members of the Folk Orchestra play authentic, traditional instruments and perform Hungarian folk music at its highest artistic level.

October 28
Hungarian State Folk Ensemble
7:30 pm :: Niswonger Performing Arts Center
212 Tusculum Blvd | Greeneville, TN
One Free Ticket for WS Students – $20 each additional
email name and Student W Number to
pick up tickets at "will call" window

Michael Hingson and guide dog Roselle sit on a park bench.Michael Hingson
New York Times Bestselling Author
And 9/11 Hero

Blind since birth, Michael was East Atlantic Sales Manager for a tech company and worked on the 78th floor of World Trade Center Tower One. When the tower was hit by the first plan on 9/11, he and his guide dog Roselle led co-workers down over 1,400 steps to safety. Now, he owns his own firm and frequently consults and speaks about issues of team work, inclusion and technology. Michael holds a master’s degree in physics and has received many honors and awards – both before and after 9/11.

This is a Global Connections Yellow Ticket Event – check with professors to see if you can get extra credit for attending.

This is also a Workforce Employer Outreach Committee (WEOC) event.  WEOC members and employers may RSVP or get more information by contacting Adina Chumley.

Sponsored by Walters State, the Smoky Mountains Area Workforce Board (WIA), the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development and Global Connections.

October 29
yellow ticket event
Guest Speaker Event
2:30 pm :: International Lyceum
Morristown Campus

video streaming to other campuses
Book Signing and Refreshments to Follow

Videostreaming Locations
2:30 pm - 3:45 pm
MMH 210 | Sevierville Campus
WSGC 209 | Greeneville/Greene County Campus
WSCE 080 | Claiborne Campus

Gareth laffely holding a fluteGareth Laffely
Award winning Native American Flutist

Award winning Native American Flutist will perform on all WS campuses.  This 15 year old singer/songwriter is taking the music scene by storm. He plays drums, piano, violin, Native American flute as well as composes music for all these instruments. Gareth's music is full of meaning and appeals to all audiences.  Admission is free and everyone is welcome.  A Yellow Ticket Event sponsored by the International Education Fee.

November 13
yellow ticket event
Gareth Laffely Performance
12:40 pm :: International Lyceum
Morristown Campus
Gareth Laffely Performance
6:00 pm :: Claiborne Auditorium
Claiborne County Campus
November 14
yellow ticket event
Gareth Laffely Performance
11:30 am :: Room 100
Greeneville / Greene County Campus
Gareth Laffely Performance
6:00 pm :: Connor-Short Room 104
Sevier County Campus


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