NewsJan 10, 2018

5 things to do! January 12-15

A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.

Athletics are back in action, new art exhibits are up and root vegetables are on the menu. Check out these local events for your mid-winter entertainment!

Visual art photo of two people with lettuce on their faces.

MFA in Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition: Graduate students showcase their work in a culminating exhibit highlighting their learning and exploration through the Visual Arts program. Don't miss the closing reception on Jan. 13 at 6PM!
Monday, Jan. 8 – Saturday, Jan. 13, Lunder Arts Center

elementary school details of hands writing on a worksheet

The Impact of Trauma on Learning Keynote: Author and educator Dr. Susan E. Craig kicks off the biannual weekend intensive for our Center for Special Education / Lesley Institute for Trauma Sensitivity. The Friday evening talk is free and open to the public.
Friday, Jan. 12, 5PM, University Hall Amphitheater

Green onions in a bunch.

Cambridge Winter Farmers Market: This Central Square market will satisfy all your root vegetable needs when the temps get low. Music and activities are also featured.
Saturday, Jan. 13, 10AM-2PM, Cambridge Community Center

Player shooting basketball

Men's and Women's Basketball: Our Lynx are back in action and on the court for three home games this weekend. Women play Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon and men play Sunday afternoon.
Women: Saturday, Jan. 13, 7PM and Sunday, Jan. 14, 3PM, Nicholas Athletic Center
Men: Sunday, Jan. 14, 1PM, Nicholas Athletic Center

Outside of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts in Winter

Free admission to the Museum of Fine Arts: In honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, the MFA is free and open to the public on Monday, Jan. 15. If you're lucky you might spot Riley, their newest canine employee!
Monday, Jan. 15, 10AM-5PM, Boston

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