On the Plaza and in the Yard. Skip to main content. Main Menu Utility Menu Search. Smith '94 Join a celebration of U. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Professor Jorie Graham welcomes the audience. President Lawrence S. Bacow presents the medal. Free tickets and more information here. Directed by Eli Zuzovsky ' Paine Hall, 3 Oxford St.
Directed by Aviva Ramirez ' Directed by Morgan Green. Free tickets: tdm. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. All ages welcome. The concert includes readings of Whitman's poems honoring the bicentennial of his birth. More information. Radcliffe Yard, 10 Garden St. Free with museum admission or Harvard ID.
Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Ave. For students and alums interested in arts and entertainment.
Charlie's Kitchen, 10 Eliot St. Harvard Ed Portal, Western Ave. Zone 3 will be hosting a gallery and reception showcasing the newsprint program that has reimagined how public art is presented by making limited-edition prints available for 25 cents throughout newspaper bins along Western Ave in Allston. Grab a drink, browse the collection of sold-out posters and see the reveal of Volume 3! The Art Space at 26 Plympton St. Directed by Gregory Lipson ' Reserve free tickets online. Loeb Experimental Theater, 64 Brattle St. May the Fourth be with you!
Plus a sing-along AM— PM. Arrive thirsty. Meet at the digital signs by the Admissions Desk. Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St. Suitable for children of all ages. Each show 20 minutes. Let your hands listen. Let your hands hold.
Conway Hall: talks, debates and concerts in London
Directed by Isaiah Michalski ' Arts Walk Departures on the hour Discover public art treasures of north Allston-Brighton with student guides. Contact with accessibility questions: RSVP online. The i-lab will be serving up scoops while pianist Phil Greenwald plays favorite family-friendly singalong rock tunes. No RSVPs needed, just come on by for afternoon fun, rain or shine! Harvard i-lab, Batten Hall, Western Ave. Harvard St. Bookings: LibraryMuseum 02 learningoutreach alburycity. Come in and learn a range of study skills and library research skills to assist with achieving your best.
Do you want to learn more effective ways of staying on top of your study load?
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Do you understand yourself as a learner? Do you want to critically discuss assessments and share ideas or just have somewhere you can study with support? These sessions will expose you to a variety of study skills and strategies that aim to set you up to get the best out of yourself as a student. You will also discover our amazing range of free resources and databases available to you with your Albury City Library membership.
Come and join us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at the Lavington Library for Stories and rhymes for babies and parents to share.
Bring your little ones along for songs, rhymes, craft and a great story session at the Lavington Library. Bookings: Bookings essential 02 lavingtonlibrary alburycity. Term 4 advanced classes start on the 21st of October at 3. Our beautiful Botanic Gardens will be buzzing this spring with our new premiere flower and garden festival.
Say hello to highly respected gardening expert and presenter of Gardening Australia, Jerry Coleby-Williams. He'll be sharing his wealth of knowledge on sustainable gardening. The kids will be kept busy making wind-mill flowers, scarecrows and dancing to the tunes of the The Vegetable Plot band. Enjoy the delicious food and wine while you listen to the quirky beats of one man band extraordinaire, Uptown Brown and many of our local artists.
Have fun listening to stories together, borrow lots of books and make a fun craft piece to take home. Forget about your smartphone, tablet and computer and enjoy some old-fashioned fun and games. Toy Stories is an exhibition celebrating playthings from the past and exploring their historical and cultural significance. Wander through the collection, reminisce about your favourite childhood toy or game and add your recollections to our wall of memories. Test your skill in the interactive display and listen to recordings of Albury residents remembering their favourite toys and games.
Born in Ireland, Fallon arrived in Albury in and from his arrival took an active part in the development of the town. A progressive thinker and natural leader, he led the way for winemaking, business, education and politics in Albury and in Australia. To celebrate Local Government Week, this exhibition looks at the extraordinary life of this man and the legacy he left behind. With their powerhouse vocals, soulfully solid guitar rhythms, boot thumping bass notes and tastefully delivered rocking drum beats, you wont want to miss their entertaining, 'give it all' style performance.
Get in early if you want to take advantage of the limited number of chairs and tables provided or bring a rug and cushions to sit back and relax on.
Pack a picnic or enjoy the food and drink available. Food selections on offer include burgers, paella, ice-creams, coffee and a selection of Posh Plonk wine. Catch the electrifying beats of Gypsy band Lolo Lovina as they perform from their quirky Gypsy caravan stage and bring Music in the Gardens to a series close for Fronted by Australian born Romani-Gypsy singer Sarah Bedak, Lolo Lovina are an intoxicating brew of Gypsy beats, cabaret, heavy metal, swing and tango and guarantee an afternoon of fun, love and unity.
Feel free to BYO alcohol, but please take note that this is a smoke-free event. Meet the makers and innovators at this popular boutique market. Attracting around stalls, shoppers can expect unique and quality goods ranging from hand-made designs to local produce. In addition, visitors can taste a selection of street-foods, craft beers and local wines amid live music from local duo Mayfair Lane and featured artist, Goodnight Japan.
Bookings: Bookings essential 02 learningoutreach alburycity. Closed captions Bring the whole family and snuggle in with some popcorn for a special screening of the movie Storks — from the studio that delivered The Lego movie. Storks have moved on from delivering babies to packages. But when an unauthorised baby girl appears, top delivery stork, Junior and his friend Tulip, the only human on Stork Mountain, must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby before the boss finds out.