Tag: Tuesdays with Mauthe series

Mauthe Center events

Our friends at the Mauthe Center have a couple of events next week that might be of interest to the larger University community.

* Eat Well: Spaghetti, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 4) — enjoy a home-cooked meal in exchange for your monetary donations. All proceeds goes towards building a well in Kenya.
* Tuesdays with Mauthe: Caroline Sullivan, at 7 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 4) — Find out what your shoes tell you about yourself and your life. Come wearing your favorite pair of shoes.
* Feast of Nations, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 6) — Feast of Nations is a special program that brings UW-Green Bay students (international and local) and community members for a night of cultural education through food, entertainment and conversations. Free food from various countries!

Mauthe Center to host Latino advocate next Tuesday night

The ecumenical center’s Tuesdays with Mauthe discussion series resumes next Tuesday (Nov. 5) with a program featuring Sister Melanie Maczka, an activist for the local Latino community. She will speak about her profession and vocation. Admission to the event at the Mauthe Center is free; all are welcome.

Next ‘Tuesdays with Mauthe’ features CMN dean Teller

The “Tuesdays with Mauthe” series resumes Tuesday, March 5, with a 7 p.m. presentation at the Mauthe Center on the UW-Green Bay campus. Guest speaker John H. Teller is a devoted advocate of cross-cultural learning, and the idea that we all benefit from a vision that promotes peace and respect across cultures, religions and communities.

Teller is a faculty member and administrator with College of Menominee Nation, a former tribal chairman, and an active educational ambassador for the Menominee language and culture. To RSVP, please email info@mcenter.org or call (920) 465-5133.