The following email was sent by Nell Anderson, co-director of the Civic Engagement Office and director of praxis and community partnership programs, on Monday, April 22.
Dear Bryn Mawr Community,
We hope you will take advantage of the beautiful weather and come to the Civic Engagement Office’s 2nd Pop-Up Café on Friday, April 26, from 2:30-4:00 pm. The CEO is located on Cambrian Row, above the athletic field, across the lawn from the Pensby Center.
We will be serving espresso, American coffee, lattes, teas, chai smoothies, home-made brownies and other baked treats. ***Coffee for this Café will be provided compliments of GreenStreet Coffee Roasters, field placement host to Praxis III student Irene Shin ’13.
While you are here, we are glad to share information about our programs and community partnerships… But more importantly, we want to learn about your interests and your ideas!
Students, if you would like to talk with our student coordinators and staff about your experiences and ideas, this is a most delicious opportunity to do so!
Faculty members, if you aren’t really sure what Praxis is and would like to find out or if you have an idea for a new course, please come.
Deans, administrators and staff, please also join us too! We do see each other at lots of meetings, but sometimes the best conversations happen in less formal circumstances.
***As a special treat, Bernie Wiener, Bryn Mawr’s well known horticulturist will join us, and is offering his diagnostic services (bring your ailing plants to the Plant Clinic Table at the Café!) and will raffle off prize plants to our Pop-Up Café guests.