Dear Distinguished Members of the Cape Verdean Community:
This weekend of March 8-10, 2002, the Cape Verdean Student Association of Brown University will be hosting their fourth annual Cape Verdean Heritage Weekend (hereinafter CVHW). This Year's theme is:
Enclosed please see the calendar for your review.
We would like to invite you to attend this weekend's events at Brown University.
The following are locations to the buildings where events will be held:
Leung Gallery located at 75 Waterman Street (off Brown Street) on the 2nd Floor;
Salomon Hall is on the Main Green of Brown University - The easiest entrance is through Faunce Arch, which is on Brown and Waterman. Once you walk through the Faunce Arch, Salomon Hall is the first building to your left after the bear statue. Room 001 is downstairs. Room 101 is the huge auditorium on the ground level floor.
Wilson Hall is also on the Main Green. If you walk through Faunce Arch, it is the 3rd building on your left.
The Third World Center is located at 68 Brown Street (off Waterman Street).
If you need additional information, please contact me at 401-743-0211 or at 401-867-2120 or via email at Grismaldy_Laboy@brown.edu.
I hope to see you next weekend!
2002 CVHW Programmer
2:30pm Brown University Tour7pm Convocation at Salomon 101
9pm Convocation Reception at the Third World CenterSunday, 3/10/02
Thank You to the Following Organizations and Departments for Co- sponsoring Cape Verdean Heritage Weekend 2002:
African Student Association, Anthropology Department, Cape Verdean Student Association, Education Department, Office of the Dean of College, Office of Student Life, Sigma Lambda Upsilon/SeŇoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc., Sociology Department, Third World Center
Special Thanks to: Andrea Carvalho '05, Brooke Wallace '05 and Diana Duarte '05
Programmer: Grismaldy Laboy M.A.T. '02