The Center for Leadership & Community Engagement would like to help make your holiday gift-giving that much easier by helping you with your gift wrapping!
Stop by our table between 11am-2pm with your gifts, and you can expect your gift to be wrapped in no time. There is no charge for this service, but any donation you give will directly benefit Project Hospitality, a non-profit organization which assists in our local community.
Wagner College Holocaust Education Center presents We Will Carry the Word, an original performance by students in LC1 directed by Theresa McCarthy. Holocaust survivors as well as sixty 8th graders from Manhattan Day School on the Upper West Side will be attending.
Please join us for a very special holiday concert as the choirs of Wagner College present Mystery and Merriment. There will be some very beautiful pieces, such as Poulenc’s Litanies la Vierge Noire, Howells’ Magnificat (Collegium Regale Service), Biebl’s Ave Maria, and Busto’s O Magnum Mysterium, some carols, ancient and modern, some Chanukah music, some holiday music and the traditional Sing-Along.
Our program explores many of the dimensions of Advent, Christmas and Chanukah, from mysteries of the Annunciation and Mary’s response, the birth in the stable, through the particular ardor of Marian worship to the joyous proclamations of good news and of course, the dreidels, the foods and the festivities.
There will be performances by Wagner College Choir, Chamber Singers, Stretto vocal ensemble, Roger Wesby, conductor, and Treble Concert Choir and Hildegard Ensemble, Beth Johanning, conductor, and our marvelous guest organist, Colin MacKnight.
Support our College Choir’s tour of Spain with your $15 admission. (Students enter free with ID)
All are welcome to celebrate Mass (Orthodox) followed by short discussion on college life with Father Anthony DeLuca.