NewsJan 18, 2018

5 things to do! January 18-21

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

It's the last weekend of winter break and we can't wait to welcome our students back for spring semester! In the meantime, check out a few campus exhibits and community festivals going on at Lesley and in the area.

The Boston Music Festival logo with an image of a violinist.

15th Annual Boston Celtic Music Festival: 4 days of Celtic music and dance programming will take over Harvard Square this weekend with concerts, emerging artist performances and Celtic brunch.
Thursday, Jan. 18-Sunday, Jan. 21, Passim Harvard Square

A colorful beach scene painting with people dancing and playing music by Roberson Joseph.

Haiti in Context: The Daily Life: Roberson Joseph's vibrant exhibit of life on the island of Haiti brightens up any winter day. The show will close on January 30 so be sure to stop by Sherrill Library to see his work in person.
Wednesday, Nov. 15-Tuesday, Jan. 30, Sherrill Library Atrium

A snowy scene on Doble Campus at Lesley University.

Snowflake Festival: Journey to Brookline for arts and crafts, hot chocolate and family-friendly activities, part of the Brookline Arts Center's annual Open House. It's free and open to the public!
Saturday, Jan. 20, 1PM-3PM, Brookline Arts Center

Player #12 holds the basketball during a game.

Lynx in Action: Our men's and women's basketball play Mitchell College at home this weekend. Catch them on the court both Saturday and Sunday.
Men: Saturday, Jan. 20, 6PM Nicholas Athletic Center
Women: Sunday, Jan. 21, 12PM, Nicholas Athletic Center

A sepia-toned image from the Crossing Borders exhibit.

Crossing / Borders: This unique examination of immigration through artwork is on view at the Parker Gallery for one more month before it travels downtown to the Boston Art Academy. Image Credit: Larry C. Volk
Tuesday, Nov. 21-Thursday, Feb. 15, Parker Gallery, University Hall

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