Tuesday, April 20
PEN Fellow Reading from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the Rose O’Neill Literary House. A reading by Rodrigo Fresan, the Rose O’Neill Literary House PEN fellow for 2010 – from Argentina via Spain.
Student Recital from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Hotchkiss, Daniel Z. Gibson Center for the Arts.
Wednesday, April 21
“King, Court and Church: Why the English Reformation Stopped Short,” a lecture by David Starkey, Historian & Author. Sponsored by The Goldstein Program in Public Affairs and the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture Lecture will be from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Litrenta Lecture Hall
Thursday, April 22
Earth Day Celebration at the Hodson Hall Commons and Cater Walk. An open community event for students, staff, faculty and friends of the college featuring foods from local farmers. There will be a farmers’ market along Cater walk and a showing of the film “Two Angry Moms” in the Center Stage. Fee to general public for lunch buffet $6.00. Farms to be featured on the menu: St. Brigid’s Farm (grass fed beef), Judy Gifford and Robert Fry Chesapeake Greenhouse (greens for salad), Cedar Run Farm (bacon), Godfrey’s Farm (asparagus), Local Chesapeake Bay Seafood Chapel’s Country Creamery (Bay Blue, Maryland’s first raw milk cheese).
Dance Concert from 1:15– 2:45 p.m. at the Decker Theatre, Daniel Z. Gibson Center for the Performing Arts.
Compiled by Kim Friel
Student Life Editor