The West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series opens its 2017-2018 season on Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m., with a concert by two-time Grammy nominated mandolinist and vocalist Sierra Hull with special guest artist, Mason County's own, Chloe Kimes. The duo will appear in the college’s Center Stage Theater.
Humankind, New, Multi-Year Program at WSCC for Students and Community
West Shore Community College is inaugurating an adventure to examine a different region of the world for the next three years titled “Humankind.” With speakers and exhibits, music and movies, the College and its guests will explore Sub-Saharan Africa and science beginning this fall, the Middle East and home, culture, and conflict in fall 2018, and Cuba and the Caribbean and how politics affect the ways people live, work, and learn in fall 2019.
Business and Community Education 2017
West Shore Community College’s Business & Community Education (BCE) fall 2017 season of classes has arrived and community members can enroll online for the upcoming events and workshops.
As part of West Shore Community College’s year-long exploration of Sub-Saharan Africa, the Manierre Dawson Gallery is hosting an extensive exhibit of African masks, figurative sculpture, weavings, and artifacts