Events

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Oct
20

25th & 50th Class Reunions

Campbell Hall & Assumption Hall
11:30 am

Graduates from the Classes of 1994 and 1969 are invited to attend a Mass and Luncheon at Gwynedd Mercy University.

11:30 a.m. Mass, Campbell Hall Chapel
12:30 p.m. Welcome, Assumption Hall
1:00 p.m. Lunch, Reunion & Campus Tours, Assumption Hall

Contact the Office of Alumni Relations 215.641.5554 or alumni@gmercyu.edu no later than October 11, 2019 if you wish to reserve your seat.
 

Cultural Event
Nov
07

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Cultural Event
Nov
08

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Cultural Event
Nov
09

The Jan Noones Syndrome

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

GMercyU’s Theater Ensemble presents, The Jan Noones Syndrome, a psychological mystery that explores the strange behavior of a young actress, Jan Noones. Jan becomes the characters she plays, and behaves in their nature even after the play ends. How did she develop this syndrome? Why does it destroy her life? Her doctor finds the answer too late. For mature audiences only.

Admission: Donation

Cultural Event
Nov
16

16th Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, 411 Susquehanna Road, Ambler, Pa.
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

The Voices of Gwynedd will not only serve you a grand dinner, but also provide lovely musical entertainment at their Annual Spaghetti Dinner. All proceeds support the Voices of Gwynedd.

Suggested Donations: Adults $10, Children (ages 4-12) $5, Children ages 3 and under are free

Cultural Event
Dec
04

Annual Carol Nights - The Magic of Christmas

Julia Ball Auditorium
7:30 pm

Through a varied selection of music, the Voices of Gwynedd will celebrate both the spiritual and playful elements of Christmas, while also honoring the mystery of Christmas. Some highlights include “March of the Toys,” “Toyland,” and “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.”

Admission: Free

Cultural Event
Dec
06

Annual Carol Nights - The Magic of Christmas

Julia Ball Auditorium
8:00 pm

Through a varied selection of music, the Voices of Gwynedd will celebrate both the spiritual and playful elements of Christmas, while also honoring the mystery of Christmas. Some highlights include “March of the Toys,” “Toyland,” and “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.”

Admission: Free

Cultural Event
Dec
07

Annual Carol Nights - The Magic of Christmas

Julia Ball Auditorium
8:00 pm

Through a varied selection of music, the Voices of Gwynedd will celebrate both the spiritual and playful elements of Christmas, while also honoring the mystery of Christmas. Some highlights include “March of the Toys,” “Toyland,” and “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.”

Admission: Free

Feb
06

Come out and cheer on the Philadelphia Flyers as they take on the NJ Devils. We will have a GMercyU Meetup at the Broad Street Bullies Bar at Xfinity Live for appetizers and we’ll head to the gave at 6:30 p.m.

Pre-registration required - game tickets limited.

Cost

  • $30 GOLD (GMercyU Graduates from 2009-2019)
  • $40 non GOLD alumni and friends

Check back in November for online ticket registration.

Cultural Event
Feb
07

Gwynedd Mercy University will mark Black History Month by presenting this world-renowned Afro-Cuban all female ensemble, ZapOte! New York City-based bassist, Conguera, and singer-songwriter Dawn Drake lead this Global Groove ensemble ZapOte, which breaks down cultural barriers by incorporating everything from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop to samba into a soul-shaking mix. Deep bass grooves and swinging horn lines provide a danceable backdrop for Drake’s socially conscious lyrics, which impart messages of universal consciousness, empowerment, and compassion.