Sep 11, 2010
from 12:00 PM to 05:30 PM
|Where||York College Plaza|
|Contact Name||Jacqueline Bailey|
|Attendees||Faculty, Staff, students and this event is open to the public.|
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York College/community celebration, which will begin this year with a ceremony remembering the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
York’s president, Dr. Marcia V. Keizs, preceded by the playing of “Taps,” by a National Guard Reservist, from the Jamaica Armory, will open the formal program at 12:30 p.m. with remarks, a wreath-laying at the college’s flagpole on the Plaza and the call for a moment of silence to honor the day.
YorkFest features hours of free music on the Plaza of the Academic Core Building, headlined by Jamaica’s own R&B sensation Thr3e. The popular York College Big Band starts the show, followed by Harmony Music Makers, a much admired steel band.
There’ll be rides, activities and ice cream for the kids. Refreshments will be available, too.
YorkFest is a celebration of York College spirit, welcoming the relationship between the students, faculty and staff of York and the surrounding community. We look forward to seeing you there!
- Free Concert Featuring Thr3e, Jamaica’s Own R&B Sensation
- Plus: York College’s Big Band * The Harmoney Musicmakers
- Children’s Attractions * Refreshments
- College Information * Campus Tour
9/11 Commemoration Ceremony - 12:30 pm