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By Marsha Larsen
to 12/24 Illustrations from the Golden Age, Art Assn, of Har
risburg Gallery, Mon.-Fri. 9-4, Sat. 10-3.
to 12/28 Annual Arts & Crafts Exhibit AND Inmate Art from the
Penna. State Correctional Institution, Doshi Center for Contem
porary Art, Mon.-Fri. 11-4.
to 12/31 The U.S.S. Pennsylvania and Her Silver; Chair, Chest
and Table; AND The Lure and Lore of Fishing; Wm. Penn
Museum, Tue.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. 12-5.
to 12/31 Bruce Johnson: Holland Works, Gallery Four Forty
to 1/5 Mixed Media Exhibit, Wm. Ris Galleries (Camp Hill),
to 1/9 Christmas: An Ethnic Experience, Wm. Penn Museum.
12/10 My Brilliant Career (Australian drama), HACC, Bpm,
12/28 Treasure Island (Children’s), Wm. Penn Museum, Ipm,
12/29 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Children’s), Wm. Penn
Museum, Ipm, $l. ,
12/30 March of the Wooden Soldiers AND BAMBI (Children s),
Wm. Penn Museum, Ipm, $l.
12/11 Fred Waring Show, Hershey Theatre, B:lspm, Tickets:
12/14 Harrisburg Symphony: Words and Music, HACC, Bpm.
12/18 Debby McClatchy, Folksinger, HACC, Bpm, $3-$2 senior
citizens, HACC students-$l children.
12/10-11 and 17-18 Victorian Manor Candlelight Tours, Mt. Hope
Estate & Winery (Manheim), 5-B:3opm, $3.
12/11 Hmong Craft Demonstration, Wm. Penn Museum, 1 &
2:3opm. Russian Storytelling, Wm. Penn Museum, 1:45 & 3:lspm.
12/12 Longwood Gardens Christmas Tour; lv. Zooamerica
(Hershey) 9am, ret. spm; $l5 (includes transportation and en
trance fee). Info.: 534-3860. Lithuanian Storytelling, Wm. Penn
Museum, 1:45 & 4pm.
12/18 Life in a Cave, Zooamerica (+ spelunking in Mifflin Coun
ty), $lO. Info.: 534-3860. Ukrainian St. Nicholas Play, Wm. Penn
Museum, 1:45 & 3:lspm.
12/19 Festival of Food & Light, Hotel Hershey, 6pm, $18.75-$9.50
children. Info.: 533-2171, ext. 1. Traditional Chinese Papercutting
(demonstration), Wm. Penn Museum, 1 & 2:30)m. Traditional
Polish Papercutting (demonstration), Wm. Penn Museum, 1:45 &
12/23-1/2 Walt Disney’s Great Ice Odyssey, Spectrum,
$5-$7.50-8.50-9.50. Tickets at Ticketron.
to 1/2 The Star of Bethlehem (planetarium show), Wm. Penn
Museum, Sat. & Sun. 1:30 & 3pm, Free.
the first time.
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News from the muse
One of the purposes of the
student newspaper is to provide
a forum for student creativity.
In past issues we have shared
student poetry with our
readers. Not only are these
pieces shared with you now but
all submissions will be con
sidered for inclusion in TAR
NHELM, the Capitol Campus
Literary Magazine to be
published in the spring.
Contributions for this column
There exists at every borderline, several kilometers deep
into each country, an edge too far from the core,
too near another land to acquire a native characteristic.
The border describes less a distinct line between two nations
than a transition between cultures, the people there having a neutral look
and never wholly a part of either country they live astride.
They speak a mongrel tongue according to the direction of journeyers who stop
always only long enough to transact the small necessities of travel.
When I crossed the Iberian border, I set my watch to the hour just travelled
and imagined I could suspend my life first spent in Spain,
repeated in Portugal. Delayed at this edge by thoughts of an infinite life
uncommitted, I chose to penetrate the country’s heart where, I had heard,
peasants garland their oxen and take them for walks on Sundays
in the way of the Portugese.
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Welcome PSU students
or for TARNHELM can be
given in W-129 or in our
mailbox in the SGA offices,
This month we are featuring
the poems of M. Lane Larsen, a
humanities junior and regular
editorial contributor to this
Pat Wenger, Edito:
M. Lane Larsen