Experts and Insights: MCC Faculty Speaker Series- November 18, 2021
Join us when MCC's Faculty Patricia Gaughan and Nancy Maio presents "American History Through Folk Music" on November 18, 2021
This program is a live musical performance/lecture presented by Pat Gaughan and Nancy Maio featuring the story of our American heritage. It starts with songs of the Revolutionary War and travels through time to the post-Civil War era. The historical context of the music is briefly discussed. It is a journey back to early America that explores the lives of the early settlers through their songs about work, love, faith, slavery, politics, war, and lively dance tunes. There is a wealth of music that survived through time, this is just a snapshot representing some of the ethnicities and races that form our American heritage. Transcending time and place through the songs allows us to understand that we share a commonality with them as well as each other today.
**The event will be held in-person at the conference center in A-building. We are encouraging attendees to register, but walk-ins are welcome! If you are attending this event in person, please wear a mask/face covering while on MCCs campus. As a one-time guest for this event, you are not required to show proof of vaccination or test prior to entering campus at this time. Upon entrance, you will be presented with a special Guest Pass to use for this event. Thank you! **
If you need an accommodation or a sign language interpreter, please contact MCCs Access and Disability Services department at (815) 455-8766 or email@example.com.
McHenry County College Luecht Auditorium or Virtually Via Zoom (View)
8900 US Hwy 14
Crystal Lake, IL 60012
Online Access Information
This event will be hosted In-person
***If registering for Zoom, a link will be emailed by 5pm on the day of the event. Please note that the event is held 6pm (CST)***