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“The Joe We Know” Returns to Maryland

The Joe We Know,” a feature documentary film about legendary Penn State Football Coach Joe Paterno, will be presented on Sun., October 15 at 3:00 pm at the Bulle Rock Golf Course. This event is hosted by the Northeastern Maryland Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. Local lettermen Warren Hartenstine ‘66 will introduce the film and Tom Donchez ’74 will lead the post-film discussion.

Although film tickets are free, 2017 and 2018 chapter dues cost $20 per person. Additional donations will be accepted to help defray costs. Any monies collected above costs will be donated to the chapter’s scholarship fund in Paterno’s name. The screening will be followed by a producer’s talk and audience question and answer period. Doors open at 2:30 pm. To reserve tickets, click on the “Register Now on EventBrite” button to the right of this post.

The Bulle Rock event is presented by the Northeastern Maryland Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Lettermen who are the movie’s producers. The groups are focused on promoting the values espoused by Coach Paterno, educating the public about Paterno’s persistent integrity, and securing a fair legacy for the coach.

Event Details:

Location
Bulle Rock Golf Club
320 Blenhiem Ln, Havre De Grace, MD 21078

Schedule
2:30 p.m. Doors open, check-in and cash bar
3:00 p.m.  – Film introduced by former Nittany Lion Warren Hartenstine ’66
4:00 p.m. – Q&A session hosted by Executive Producer Tom Donchez ’74
5:00 p.m. – Event concludes

The Joe We Know – Rose Bowl Edition

The Joe We Know”  will be presented on Sun., January 1 at 1:30 at Manhattan Beach’s Marriott Ballroom. A Letterman to-be-determined will introduce the film.

Although free, tickets are required to attend the event. Planners request a $10 per person donation to help defray costs. Excess funds over event costs will be donated to THON in memory of Joseph Vincent Paterno. The screening will be followed by a producer’s talk and audience question and answer period. Doors open at 1:00 pm. To reserve tickets, preview highlights of the film and learn more, please visit www.grandexperiment.org.

The Rose Bowl event is presented by Brad Dillman and the Lettermen who are the movie’s producers. The groups are focused on promoting the values espoused by Coach Paterno, educating the public about Paterno’s persistent integrity, and securing a fair legacy for the coach, especially in the wake of the scandal with connections to Penn State.

Schedule of Events

1:00 pm – Theatre doors open, check-in begins

1:30 pm – Film introduced by former Nittany Lion TBD

2:30 pm – Producers’ Talk by Tom Donchez ’74

3:30 pm –  Event concludes

 

Directions & Map 

The Joe We Know” will be shown at Manhattan Beach’s Marriott Ballroom. The address is 1400 Parkview Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.

Brian Hand ’80 to introduce Hilton Head event

The Joe We Know,” a feature documentary film about legendary Penn State Football Coach Joe Paterno, will be presented on Sat., April 2 at 11:30 am at the Country Club of Hilton Head. This event coincides with the Low Country Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association’s annual luncheon. Local lettermen Brian Hand ‘80 will introduce the film and Tom Donchez ’74 will lead the post-film discussion.

Although film tickets are free, the luncheon costs $20 per person. Additional donations will be accepted to help defray costs. Any monies collected above costs will be donated in Paterno’s name to a local charity in his honor. The screening will be followed by a producer’s talk and audience question and answer period. Doors open at 11:30 am. To reserve tickets, click on the “Register Now” button to the right.

The luncheon includes a choice of entrée, artisan salad, seasonal vegetable, chef’s choice of starch, assorted mini-desserts, freshly brewed coffee, iced tea, and water service. Once registered, guests will receive an email asking them to select their choice of entrée (pork tenderloin, marinated grouper, or cabbage roll).

The Hilton Head event is presented by the Low Country Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Lettermen who are the movie’s producers. The groups are focused on promoting the values espoused by Coach Paterno, educating the public about Paterno’s persistent integrity, and securing a fair legacy for the coach.

Event Details:

Location
Country Club of Hilton Head
70 Skull Creek Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

Schedule
11:30 a.m. Doors open, check-in and cash bar
12:15 p.m.  – Luncheon
1:00 p.m.  – Film introduced by former Nittany Lion Brian Hand ’80
2:00 p.m. – Q&A session hosted by Executive Producer Tom Donchez ’74
3:00 p.m. – Event concludes

ArtsQuest Hosts “The Joe We Know”

The Joe We Know”  will be presented on Sat., April 11 at Noon at ArtsQuest at SteelStacks in historic Bethlehem, PA, home to one of the film’s producers, Tom Donchez ’74. Mike Cerimele ’00 will introduce the film.

Although free, tickets are required to attend the event. Planners request a $10 per person donation to help defray costs. Funds will be donated to the ArtsQuest Foundation and Second Harvest food bank in memory of Joseph Vincent Paterno. The screening will be followed by a producer’s talk and audience question and answer period. Doors open at 11:30 am. To reserve tickets, preview highlights of the film and learn more, please visit: www.grandexperiment.org.

The Homecoming event is presented by The Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Lettermen who are the movie’s producers. The groups are focused on promoting the values espoused by Coach Paterno, educating the public about Paterno’s persistent integrity, and securing a fair legacy for the coach, especially in the wake of the scandal with connections to Penn State.

 

Schedule of Events

11 am – Guests arrive. Bistro is open with a limited menu (attendees may take food into the theater)

11:30 am – Theatre doors open, check-in begins

Noon – Film introduced by former Nittany Lion Mike Cerimele ’00

1 pm – Producers’ Talk by Tom Donchez ’74 and Dan Leri ’79

2 – 4 pm – Alumni Networking in the Creativity Commons with ice cream from the Berkey Creamery provided by the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Alumni Association.

4 pm –  Event concludes

About ArtsQuest

ArtsQuest’s story is intertwined with Bethlehem, Pa. Note that ArtsQuest is a bit different from most arts organizations in that they do not have a specific art form or agenda to advance. Their focus is on affording their community access to arts that otherwise might not be available to the community, while supporting regional artists and cultural traditions. On April 15, 2011, the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks opened. Please like our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ArtsQuest and follow us on Twitter @ArtsQuest.  For more information, please visit ArtQuest’s web page at http://ArtsQuest.org/.

 

Directions & Map 

The Joe We Know” will be shown at ArtsQuest. The address is 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA 18015.

TJWK Celebrates Its Own Homecoming

The Joe We Know”  will be presented on Fri., Sept. 26  at 8 p.m. at The State Theatre in downtown State College. The film premiered there on Feb. 18, 2012 to a packed house.

Although free, tickets are required to attend the event. Planners request a $10 per person donation to help defray costs. Funds will be donated to The State Theatre in memory of Joseph Vincent Paterno. The screening will be followed by a producer’s talk and audience question and answer period. Doors open at 7 p.m. To reserve tickets, preview highlights of the film and learn more, please visit: www.grandexperiment.org.

The Homecoming event is presented by Carol and Jason Goft, The Montgomery County Chapter of the PSAA, The State Theatre and the Lettermen who are the movie’s producers. The groups are focused on promoting the values espoused by Coach Paterno, educating the public about Paterno’s persistent integrity, and securing a fair legacy for the coach, especially in the wake of the scandal with connections to Penn State.

 

Schedule of Events

7:00 p.m. – Doors open, check-in begins

8:00 p.m. – Film introduced by former Nittany Lion Justin Kurpeikis ’00

9:00 p.m. – Q&A session hosted by Executive Producers Tom Donchez ’74 and Dan Leri ’79

10:00 p.m. – Event concludes

About The State Theatre

The State Theatre opened in 1938 as a movie house, and reopened in 2006 following extensive renovations. The State Theatre is a community-owned nonprofit venue for artists and audiences to experience, appreciate and embrace the transformational power of the performing arts. We are committed to presenting a variety of excellent local and national music, theatre, dance, comedy, and film programming.  Please like our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/TheStateTheatreStateCollege and follow us on Twitter @TheStateTheatre.  For more information, please visit The State Theatre’s web page at http://thestatetheatre.org/.

 

Directions & Map 

The Joe We Know” will be shown at The State Theatre. The address is 130 W. College Ave., State College, PA 16801.

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