Franklin and Marshall College V_Warriors are producing the 2011 Vagina Monologues in the Roschel Performing Arts Center February 14th, 2011.
There are two shows: 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm) and 9:30pm (Doors open at 9:00pm).
Purchase tickets at the Roschel Box office online or at the door. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for FPS and $15 for general public.
The Vagina Monologues are a series of monologues from women around the world collected by Eve Ensler. This production is to raise awareness about violence and sexual assault against women locally and globally.
Merchandise and ticket sales go to our three local beneficiaries (YWCA, Milagro House and the Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster) and the V-Day global spotlight.
This year, the global spotlight focuses on the women of Haiti. The show is Directed by Victoria Ryland '11 and Margaret Wilson '14, Stage Managed by Athena Tahos '14, Choreographed by Shakerra Lauther '11, and Organized by Anna Oltman '11 and Liz Benner '11.
For more information about V-Day please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the V-Day website: vday.org.
A fundraiser will be held April 10 from 5-9 p.m. at Isaac's West Shore Plaza. VIP staff will be on hand to distribute information about programs and services, and **25% of proceeds will benefit VIP programs**.For more information, visit the YWCA Greater Harrisburg website.
Proceeds from an April 11 Community Night at the Harrisburg Senators will benefit VIP programs. The game starts at 7 p.m. at Metro Bank Park, and VIP staff will be distributing program information at the ballpark. For tickets, visit the Senators website and enter YWCA at checkout.
YWCA of Greater Harrisburg will have a table with information, a pregame interview on the field and will be throwing the first pitch. Sexual assualt statistics and information will be shown throughout the game on the Jumbotron. To purchase tickets at the special group rate of $7.50/ ticket for box seats contact Annie Aebhardt by Friday April 1.
The Healthy Sexuality Training Series is designed for teachers, social workers, nurses, caseworkers, counselors, group home and residential staff and other professionals who work with youth. This series is for anyone who is interested in building their skills to support young people in successfully negotiating decisions concerning their sexual health and relationships.
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