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La Crosse Global Initiatives Week November 4-11, 2016

La Crosse Global Initiatives Week November 4-11, 2016

Global Initiatives Week Kick Off 2016
Global Initiatives Week Kick Off
Friday, November 4, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Myrick Park Center 
 
Are you interested in having a table to display information? Do you have a catering license and would like to provide samples? Would you like to have an interactive kid friendly activity? 
 
If so, please complete the form below to assist the planning committee in reserving a table for you. Please be sure to mention any special requests like power outlets needed and etc. We will do our best to honor your requests, but not guarantees can be made. 
 
Or are you interested in giving a performance? We are open to dancing, singing, and other forms!
 
 
If you have any questions please email Paisley Sichone, <psichone@lacrosselibrary.org or Miranda Panzer, mpanzer@uwlax.edu
 
Thank you so much for your participation and we hope you have a great day!
 

INCREASING AWARENESS:

– Highlight the connections our region has with communities around the world – Educate individuals in our community regarding global issues – Be a catalyst for conversations, ideas and initiatives

INSPIRING ACTION:

– Inspire and motivate people to become involved in global issues locally and abroad – Improve our community through increased cultural competency – Contribute to our region’s economic growth

Nov
5
Sat
2016
Global Friendships Celebration @ La Crosse Public Library
Nov 5 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Discover the world! Experience world cultures through dance, crafts, games, language and traditional attire with international students from the UW-L. Kids can pick up a “passport” and have it stamped at each station! This special family morning is free.

Nov
9
Wed
2016
The Visitor @ La Crosse Public Library
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm

The Visitor stars Richard Jenkins (Six Feet Under) in a perfect performance as Walter, a disaffected college professor who has been drifting aimlessly through his life. When, in a chance encounter on a trip into New York, Walter discovers a couple has taken up residence in his apartment in the city, he develops an unexpected and profound connection to them that will change his life forever. As challenges arise for his tenants, Walter finds himself compelled to help his new friends, and rediscovers a passion he thought he had lost long ago. A must-see film about rediscovering life’s rhythms in the most unexpected places. (film runtime is 104 minutes)

Nov
10
Thu
2016
How to Travel the World with Andy Stoll @ Viterbo Nursing Center, Room 196
Nov 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
How to Travel the World with Andy Stoll @ Viterbo Nursing Center, Room 196 | La Crosse | Wisconsin | United States

How to Travel the World with Andy Stoll is a “60-minute, high-energy, inspirational presentation that motivates listeners to explore the world with their eyes wide open. The talk culminates in his 4-year, 40-country solo trip around the world, while drawing lessons learned from some of Andy’s early life experiences that led him to undertake this seemingly impossible journey.

Andy’s presentation is much more than just a travel slideshow, its an insightful, inspiring, entertaining and often hilarious look at what it takes to find our place in the world and make our biggest dreams come true–whether that is to travel around the world, or something a little closer to home.” -http://www.andystoll.net/collegetour/

Liz Arnold, MPH

Administrative Director, Global Partners

Direct: 608-775-3833 | Cell: 608-385-1409

ejarnold@gundersenhealth.org

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