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Darmouth Department of Theater: BLUE STOCKINGS 2pm

DEBY GUZMAN-BUCHNESS ’15 director JULIE SOLOMON ’17 set designer JASMINE YOUNG ’15 costume designer DAN KOTLOWITZ lighting designer NAOMI LAZAR ’17 and SEBASTIAN TURNER ’18 stage managers The setting is 1896 at Girton Gollege (two miles from Cambridge), home to Britain’s first female university students. The play follows first-year students over one tumultuous academic year [&hellip more…


Books and Beyond: Science For Pre-Schoolers – Monsthire Museum of Science

Books and Beyond: Science for Preschoolers 10:15 am or 11:30 am. This program combines children’s literature and hands-on activities for fun science learning and exploration. Each day features a different book and science activity. For children ages 3-5 and their parent or caregiver. Free with museum admission. http://www.montshire.org/programs/detail/books-and-beyond1 Programs free with museum admission: $14 for [&hellip more…


HOPKINS CENTER PERFORMANCE: Handel Society of Dartmouth College: 8pm

Brahms  Alto Rhapsody, Op. 53, Schicksalslied, Op. 54, Gesang der Parzen, Op. 89, Ave Maria, Op. 12 Whitbourn  Annelies, based on The Diary of Anne Frank This rich program of Romantic and neo-Romantic gems explores the triumph of hope in the midst of suffering. Dartmouth’s 100-member town-gown chorus offers the New Hampshire premiere of the [&hellip more…


HOP STOP FAMILY SERIES: Rick Golden: 11am

MUSIC AND PUPPETS Original and familiar songs, puppets, movement, participation and lots of silliness and fun for all ages. Wiggle, dance and jump along with Rick and his puppet friends as they sing about everything from the ABCs to the wheels on the bus.     HopStops are recommended for ages 3 and up with accompanying adult; [&hellip more…