BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Feedo Feed//NONSGML v1.0//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Playing for Change: Sport and The Arts for Social Action X-WR-CALDESC:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nPlaying\nfor Change: Sport and The Arts for Social Action Panel DiscussionOn Monday April 7th, the Sport\nManagement Club will be hosting a panel discussion entitled Playing for Change:\nSport and the Arts for Social Action. Confirmed speakers are David S. Cohen, Founder, Playing It\nForward and Executive Director, Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc.; Corey Evans, Director of\nEducation, Citi Performing Arts Center; Debbie Foote, UK Youth Sport\nTrust Ambassador and Cornell Thomas,\nauthor Power of Positivity and founder Crossroads Basketball.  The organizations represented are directly\ninvolved with programs that utilize sport, music and dance as tools for change\nin the areas of peace building, social and emotional health, health education\nand policy change. The Endicott Singers and students from the Dance Program\nwill perform our theme song “Nothing More” by Alternate Routes. Alternate\nRoutes and the song are affiliated with the Newtown Kindness Project. 7:00 pm Rose Performance Hall. Open to the public.The panel presentation is part of the larger Playing for Change\nawareness event which includes the Student Athlete\nAdvisory Committee’s annual giving collection of used sporting goods and\nequipment to benefit the Playing it Forward, Inc., recognition of the inaugural International\nDay of Sport for Development and Peace, on April 6th, Global\nPassports and Playing for Change informational expo on August 8th.  \n\nPlaying for Change:\nGlobal Passports\n\nGlobal Passports will take place at Endicott College on Tuesday, April\n8th from 9am-1pm as part of the Endicott College’s Sport Management\nstudents’ Playing for Change: Sport and the Arts for Social Action Expo.  Endicott students and sport leaders from the\nKing Edward the VII School in England will facilitate the day’s activities for\n120 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders from the\nSaltonstall School and Montessori School. Students will experience games and\nactivities from programs around the world. \nCountries being represented are the United Kingdom, the Philippines,\nEgypt, Mexico, Brazil, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Students will\nexperience activities in all eight countries through fifteen minute time\nblocks. The event will take place in the Post Center and will include an\nOpening and Closing Ceremony. The Closing Ceremony film, a representation of\nthe day’s activities set to the Alternate Routes’ song Nothing More will be\nsubmitted to the Newtown Kindness Project. Endicott Community\n\n \n\nPlaying for\nChange:  Sport and the Arts for Social\nAction Informational Expo\n\nOn Tuesday, April 8th there will be an informational expo in\nthe atrium of the Gerrish School of Business from 9:00am-12:00pm. Organizations\nwith programs that utilize sport, music and dance as tools for change in the\nareas of peace building, social and emotional health, health education and\npolicy change will be represented by Endicott students. Examples include Skateistan, The Africa Yoga\nProject, United Nations Sport for Development and Peace and Project Adventure.\nThe expo is part of the Playing for Change event and is supported by students\ntaking Sport and Society and participating in Model United Nations. Please join\nus!  Open to the public.\n\n X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20191020T142602Z DTSTART:20140404T090000Z DTEND:20140408T060000Z TRANSP:TRANSPARENT UID:1722014-04-04 SUMMARY:Playing for Change: Sport and The Arts for Social Action DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nPlaying\nfor Change: Sport and The Arts for Social Action Panel DiscussionOn Monday April 7th, the Sport\nManagement Club will be hosting a panel discussion entitled Playing for Change:\nSport and the Arts for Social Action. Confirmed speakers are David S. Cohen, Founder, Playing It\nForward and Executive Director, Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc.; Corey Evans, Director of\nEducation, Citi Performing Arts Center; Debbie Foote, UK Youth Sport\nTrust Ambassador and Cornell Thomas,\nauthor Power of Positivity and founder Crossroads Basketball.  The organizations represented are directly\ninvolved with programs that utilize sport, music and dance as tools for change\nin the areas of peace building, social and emotional health, health education\nand policy change. The Endicott Singers and students from the Dance Program\nwill perform our theme song “Nothing More” by Alternate Routes. Alternate\nRoutes and the song are affiliated with the Newtown Kindness Project. 7:00 pm Rose Performance Hall. Open to the public.The panel presentation is part of the larger Playing for Change\nawareness event which includes the Student Athlete\nAdvisory Committee’s annual giving collection of used sporting goods and\nequipment to benefit the Playing it Forward, Inc., recognition of the inaugural International\nDay of Sport for Development and Peace, on April 6th, Global\nPassports and Playing for Change informational expo on August 8th.  \n\nPlaying for Change:\nGlobal Passports\n\nGlobal Passports will take place at Endicott College on Tuesday, April\n8th from 9am-1pm as part of the Endicott College’s Sport Management\nstudents’ Playing for Change: Sport and the Arts for Social Action Expo.  Endicott students and sport leaders from the\nKing Edward the VII School in England will facilitate the day’s activities for\n120 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders from the\nSaltonstall School and Montessori School. Students will experience games and\nactivities from programs around the world. \nCountries being represented are the United Kingdom, the Philippines,\nEgypt, Mexico, Brazil, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Students will\nexperience activities in all eight countries through fifteen minute time\nblocks. The event will take place in the Post Center and will include an\nOpening and Closing Ceremony. The Closing Ceremony film, a representation of\nthe day’s activities set to the Alternate Routes’ song Nothing More will be\nsubmitted to the Newtown Kindness Project. Endicott Community\n\n \n\nPlaying for\nChange:  Sport and the Arts for Social\nAction Informational Expo\n\nOn Tuesday, April 8th there will be an informational expo in\nthe atrium of the Gerrish School of Business from 9:00am-12:00pm. Organizations\nwith programs that utilize sport, music and dance as tools for change in the\nareas of peace building, social and emotional health, health education and\npolicy change will be represented by Endicott students. Examples include Skateistan, The Africa Yoga\nProject, United Nations Sport for Development and Peace and Project Adventure.\nThe expo is part of the Playing for Change event and is supported by students\ntaking Sport and Society and participating in Model United Nations. Please join\nus!  Open to the public.\n\n URL:http://april6.org/en/past-editions/2014-report/2014-edition/playing-for-change-sport-and-the-arts-for-social-action.html CATEGORIES:{langck=fr-FR}Autre{/langck}{langck=en-GB}Other{/langck}{langck=es-ES}Otros{/langck} GEO:42.55110029999999;-70.84077969999998 LOCATION:Etats-Unis END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR