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April 2014


April 1 ( 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM )   - Visiting Writer Series: Sarah Kennedy

4-5 p.m.
Room 402, Taylor Hall

Sarah Kennedy is the author of the historical novel “The Altarpiece,” Book One of The Cross and the Crown series from Knox Robinson Publishers. Book Two, “City of Ladies,” will be released in October 2014. Kennedy has also written seven books of poems, including “The Gold Thread,” “Home Remedies,” “A Witch’s Dictionary,” “Consider the Lilies,” “Double Exposure” and “Flow Blue.” Professor of English and head of the department at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Kennedy holds a Ph.D. in Renaissance literature and an MFA in creative writing. She has received grants from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Commission for the Arts and is currently a contributing editor for Shenandoah.

For more information, contact Laurie Kutchins, coordinator of the creative writing minor at JMU, at kutchill@jmu.edu. Free.



April 2 ( 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM )   - Visiting Scholar Laura Stachowski

Noon
Room 404, Taylor Hall

Laura Stachowski, professor of international education and executive director of Global Gateway for Teachers at Indiana University, presents “Transforming Learning through Structured Cultural Immersion: Engaging the University in Global Education.”

The Visiting Scholars Program is sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters. For information, call (540) 568-6472. Free.


April 2 ( 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM )   - Wildflower Walk in the Arboretum

10 a.m.
Begins at the Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Enjoy viewing dozens of bulb varieties and wildflowers on exhibit at the arboretum on the guided walk by arboretum Director Jan Sievers Mahon.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.


April 2 ( 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM )   - "With Good Reason" Public Radio Program

3 p.m.
WMRA 90.7 FM

An encore presentation of an interview with Dr. Christian Davis, assistant professor of history at JMU, about the relationship between the racial subjugation that occurred in Germany’s African colonies and the rise of an anti-Semitic movement back home is part of the program “The Doctors of Nazi Germany.”


April 2 ( 5:00 PM )   - Reading by Dawn Lundy Martin

5 p.m
Room 405, Taylor Hall

Dawn Lundy Martin's first full-length collection, "A Gathering of Matter/A Matter of Gathering" (University of Georgia Press, 2007), was selected by Carl Phillips for the 2007 Cave Canem Poetry Prize. Her second collection, "Discipline," won the 2009 Nightboat Books Poetry Prize, chosen by Fanny Howe (Nightboat Books, 2011). In 2004, she co-edited, with Vivien Labaton, "The Fire This Time: Young Activists and the New Feminism" (Anchor Books, 2004), a collection of essays on modern theories of activism in America.

Martin is a co-founder of the Third Wave Foundation in New York, a national grant-making organization led by young women and transgender youth, which focuses on social justice activism. In addition, she is a member of the Black Tool Collective, a group of experimental black poets embracing critical theory about gender, race and sexuality.

Sponsored by the Furious Flower Poetry Center. For more information, call (540) 568-2694 or check http://www.jmu.edu/furiousflower.

Free and open to the public.



April 3 ( 7:00 PM - 5:00 PM )   - Visiting Scholar Angharad Valdivia

7 p.m.
Room 2105, Harrison Hall

Angharad Valdivia, head of the Department of Media and Cinema Studies and interim director of the Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois, presents “Cheetah Girls, Dora, and American Girl: Girls, Products, and Popular Culture.”

The Visiting Scholars Program is sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters. For information, call (540) 568-6472. Free.


April 3 ( 7:00 PM - 5:00 PM )   - Visiting Scholar Bryan McCann

7 p.m.
Room 142, Music Building

Bryan McCann, associate professor of history at Georgetown University, presents “Violence, Inequality and the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.”

The Visiting Scholars Program is sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters. For information, call (540) 568-6472. Free.


April 3 ( 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM )   - JMuse Cafe: Poetry, Place and Identity

7-8:30 p.m.
Third floor Flex Space, Rose Library

The JMuse Cafe is partnering with the Institute for Visual Studies and local civic groups and campus organizations to continue this year’s program on “Space, Place, and Community,” the highly successful series of community conversations and events, which started last fall. While previous events focused on Harrisonburg’s past, the spring events will offer a thoughtful public dialogue about how we can create successful public spaces and places that build community, as well as an evening of poetry on place and identity. These discussions will help us to learn from the past as we shape our future.

“Poetry, Place and Identity” is an evening of poetry and discussion on displacement, belonging and the complex relation between one’s identity and one’s places and origins.

Features poets Dr. Robert Viscusi of Brooklyn College, CUNY, author of “Ellis Island” and the American Book Award Winner “Astoria” and Dr. Kendra Hamilton of the University of Virginia, author of “The Goddess of Gumbo.”

For more information, check http://sites.jmu.edu/jmuse or send email to jmuse@jmu.edu.



April 4 ( 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM )   - Book Presentation by Keo Cavalcanti

2-3 p.m.
The Forum, Memorial Hall

Dr. Keo Cavalcanti, professor of sociology at JMU, talks about his most recent book, “Almost Home: A Brazilian American's Reflections on Faith, Culture, and Immigration” (University of Wisconsin, 2012).

Born in Brazil and raised within an evangelical Protestant community within the heavily Catholic culture of Brazil, Cavalcanti grew up with an “insider outsider” status and identity. He was Brazilian within Brazil, but had a foot outside of the dominant culture. Prior to joining the JMU faculty, Cavalcanti spent time at Vanderbilt University and the University of Richmond. It was here that Cavalcanti adopted United States citizenship. Upon doing so, he realized that although he was now an “American,” he was also a “Hispanic American” in the American south, a region historically marked by a black/white ethnic divide.

A reception is to follow.

Part of the Culture and Community: Focus on Brazil symposium.



April 5 ( 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM )   - Guest Speaker Greg Moyers

8 a.m.
Meets at the Pavilion, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Join the Guided Bird Walk with Greg Moyers, birding expert and photographer.

Register for the free program at http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum.


April 5 ( 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM )   - Brainstorm 2014 Creativity and Innovation Conference

The “Brainstorm 2014: Creativity and Innovation” technology conference will be held Saturday, April 5th, at James Madison University (JMU) in Memorial Hall. Designed for K12 educators throughout the Shenandoah Valley and beyond, sessions address topics including but not limited to creativity, visual design, virtual worlds, cognitive load, technology integration, research in educational technology, 3D printing and robotics. In addition, participants will have an opportunity to tour the renovated Ice House downtown, and to participate in a Science on the Sphere show.

Early Bird Registration ($40) is now available at http://www.vstereg.org/event_registration/

We hope you will register and help us spread the word to other educators!

The Third Annual Brainstorm 2014 Conference is sponsored by the JMU College of Education Department of Learning, Technology and Leadership Education (LTLE), Educational Technology MEd program in partnership with the Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE), JMU Outreach and Engagement, and the JMU Center for Instructional Technology (CIT).

Michele D. Estes, PhD, Assistant Professor
3325C Memorial Hall, MSC 6913
Learning, Technology, and Leadership Education
College of Education
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801


April 5 ( 9:00 AM - 9:40 AM )   - Guest Speaker Kim Wilkens

9-9:40 a.m.
Memorial Hall

Kim Wilkens, founder of Tech-Girls and a technology teacher, presents “The Magic of Tech: Lessons from Hogwarts.” Wilkens’ mission through Tech-Girls is to empower girls to imagine and achieve their future dream in our tech-savvy world. She is passionate about helping students of all ages get a peek under the hood of technology, so they understand it is not magic that makes this stuff work.

The presentation, which is open free to the public, is part of “Brainstorm 2014: Creativity and Innovation,” a technology conference designed for K-12 educators.

Sponsored by the JMU College of Education Department of Learning, Technology and Leadership Education, Educational Technology MEd program in partnership with the Virginia Society for Technology in Education, JMU Outreach and Engagement and JMU Center for Instructional Technology.



April 6 ( 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM )   - A Latte Jive, Alzheimer's Benefit 5K Run and Concert

1-3 p.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Sigma Kappa sponsors a 5K benefit for the American Alzheimer's Association, "A Walk You'll Remember," with live bands playing at the conclusion of the run. Walkers and runners who register for the 5K can enjoy their sprint or stroll on over three miles of beautiful mulched trails.

For Alzheimer's supporters who don't want to enjoy the 5K themselves, or for families who are just supporting a 5K participant, there's plenty of free music and beverages to enjoy after the race concludes. Be sure to bring your picnic blankets or lawn chairs to be comfortable enjoying the after 5K portion of this free public event.

For more details, call (540) 568-3194 or check www.jmu.edu/arboretum.



April 9 ( 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM )   - Madison Vision Series: Carly Fiorina

head shot of Carly Fiorina3:30 p.m.
Wilson Hall Auditorium

What is the value of a liberal arts education? A powerful businesswoman who launched her career from the foundation of a B.A. in medieval history and philosophy will offer an answer at James Madison University on Wednesday, April 9.

Carly Fiorina will speak at 3:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall Auditorium on the JMU campus. Admission is free and open to the public. Fiorina’s presentation is part of the Madison Vision Series: Contemporary Issues in an Engaged Society, an initiative of the Office of the President in conjunction with the Madison Institutes of JMU Outreach and Engagement.

Fiorina, chair of Good360, the world’s largest product philanthropy organization, and former president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co., will speak from her personal experience and as a strong advocate for undergraduate education. Fiorina currently serves on the JMU Board of Visitors - Harrisonburg, Virginia’s university governing body.

Fiorina has also established Carly Fiorina Enterprises to focus on powerful levers for unlocking human potential, which include championing entrepreneurship and innovation, building leaders and organizational capacity, engaging women and targeted philanthropy.

Her presentation, “Foundations of Ethical Reasoning,” builds on recent calls to action for American universities to return their focus to undergraduate education. Educational leaders including Hunter R. Rawlings III, president of the Association of American Universities, are applauding leaders at public research institutions who understand their main responsibility is teaching students, not seeking prestige.

In addition to her undergraduate degree earned at Stanford University, Fiorina holds an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland and an M.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.

This event is free and open to the public. The Madison Vision Series website will host a live streaming broadcast of the lecture at 3:30 p.m., April 9.


April 9 ( 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM )   - Wildflower Walk in the Arboretum

10 a.m.
Begins at the Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Enjoy viewing dozens of bulb varieties and wildflowers on exhibit at the arboretum on the guided walk by arboretum Director Jan Sievers Mahon.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.



April 10 ( 6:30 PM - 4:30 PM ) - Guest Speaker Mary Hums

6:30 p.m.
Room 105, Zane Showker Hall

Dr. Mary Hums, a professor of sport administration at the University of Louisville, presents “Beyond Xs and Os: Utilizing the power of sport as a playbook for social change.” Sport has the unique potential to influence and promote social change because of its visibility and universal appeal, says Hums.

She has worked with colleague Eli Wolff to initiate the first International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, an initiative supported by the United Nations.

Sponsored by the JMU School of Hospitality, Sport and Recreation Management and JMU Recreation. Free.



April 11 ( 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM ) - ISAT Senior Capstone Project Presentation Symposium

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
ISAT/CS Building and Health and Human Services Building

Students from JMU’s Department of Integrated Science and Technology present in the 18th annual event.

For more information, check the department’s website at http://www.isat.jmu.edu.


April 11 ( 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ) - CHOICES

Student holds a purple streamer with the words

CHOICES is an admitted student open house and your opportunity to get all your questions about JMU answered by those people who live those answers each day. During your visit, you have the chance to interact with university administrators, faculty and students, learn more about the academic programs, become familiar with the student support services, find out what is to come and explore the campus!

There is no set schedule at CHOICES – students and their families are urged to explore campus and various areas of interest at their leisure throughout the day.

CHOICES Admitted Student Open House programs and campus maps will be given out upon check-in at the JMU Convocation Center on whichever day you attend.

For more information, go to www/jmu.edu/choices.


April 11 ( 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Logic and Reasoning Institute Colloquium

3:30 p.m.
Room 208, Roop Hall

Dr. Nathan Sprague, assistant professor of computer science at JMU, presents “Deep Neural Networks vs. Space Invaders: Teaching a Computer to Play Atari.”  Sprague introduces artificial neural networks, describes recent progress in deep neural networks and discusses the application of these networks to problems that involve reasoning and decision making.

For more information, check http://www.jmu.edu/lri/about.shtml. Free.



April 12 ( 10:00 AM - 12:00 AM ) - Monarchs and Math Workshop

10-11 a.m.
Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Emily Hunt leads this workshop for older elementary-school age children and their parents to learn how math matrixes help scientists study the migratory populations of Monarch butterflies.

The workshop ends in time for families who registered their children with the Theta Nu Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta for the 11 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt to walk to the arboretum pavilion to begin searching for hidden Easter eggs.

To register for the egg hunt, check http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2KQGBWC.

To register for the Monarchs and Math Workshop, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum.


April 12 ( 12:00 AM ) - Easter Egg Hunt

11 a.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

JMU's Theta Nu Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for young children.

Pre-registration through the Executive Board of the Theta Nu Chapter is required. Register online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2KQGBWC.

Cost is $5 per child.


April 12 ( 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM ) - Madipalooza

1-7 p.m.
Festival Conference and Student Center Lawn

Come on out for the fourth annual Madipalooza, the festival at Festival. Musical performances include Philosophunk, Mammoth Indigo, The Fighting Jamesons, Magic Man, Bas, Adam Sanders and Ryan Cabrera. There will be games, food challenges and lots of free food and giveaways.

Open to the JMU community.

For more information, check http://www.jmu.edu/madipalooza. Free.



April 13 ( 7:00 PM ) - Air Play Public Radio Program

7 p.m.
WEMC 91.7 FM

In an all-JMU program, "Air Play" presents the JMU Guitar Ensemble, “Suite Espagnole” by Gaspar Sanz; The Madison Singers, “Ave Marie” by Tomas Luis de Victoria, “Magnificat” by Rene Clausen and Hymn to the Mother of God” by John Tavener; JMU Chorale, selections from Mozart’s Requiem; and JMU Symphony Orchestra, Piano Concerto No. 1 by Dmitri Shostakovich, with pianist Tracey Reed.

Streamed concurrently online at http://wmra.org.



April 14 ( 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ) - CHOICES

Student holds a purple streamer with the words

CHOICES is an admitted student open house and your opportunity to get all your questions about JMU answered by those people who live those answers each day. During your visit, you have the chance to interact with university administrators, faculty and students, learn more about the academic programs, become familiar with the student support services, find out what is to come and explore the campus!

There is no set schedule at CHOICES – students and their families are urged to explore campus and various areas of interest at their leisure throughout the day.

CHOICES Admitted Student Open House programs and campus maps will be given out upon check-in at the JMU Convocation Center on whichever day you attend.

For more information, go to www/jmu.edu/choices.


April 14 ( 5:30 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Visiting Scholar Wendy Newstetter

5:30 p.m.
Room 1301, Health and Human Services Building

Dr. Wendy Newstetter, director of educational research and innovation at the Georgia Institute of Technology, presents “The Future of U: The possibilities and the pitfalls of technology-enabled learning.”

The Visiting Scholars Program is sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters. For information, call (540) 568-6472. Free.



April 15 ( 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - All Together One Awards Community Gathering

Noon
The Commons (rain location: Grafton-Stovall Theatre)

Created in 2000 by members of the Madison Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, the awards are presented to members of the JMU community who embody the all together one spirit.

Criteria for award winners are impact on the community; inspiring others; an attitude of caring, humility and kindness; a dedication to learning; working together or collaboration; and unique contribution of the person.


April 15 ( 7:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Air Play Public Radio Program

7 p.m.
WMRA 90.7 FM

In an all-JMU program, “Air Play” presents the JMU Guitar Ensemble, “Suite Espagnole” by Gaspar Sanz; The Madison Singers, “Ave Marie” by Tomas Luis de Victoria, “Magnificat” by Rene Clausen and Hymn to the Mother of God” by John Tavener; JMU Chorale, selections from Mozart’s Requiem; and JMU Symphony Orchestra, Piano Concerto No. 1 by Dmitri Shostakovich, with pianist Tracey Reed.

Streamed concurrently online at http://wmra.org.



April 16 ( 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM ) - JMuse Cafe: Making Places

6:30-8:30 p.m.
Third floor Flex Space, Rose Library

The JMuse Cafe is partnering with the Institute for Visual Studies and local civic groups and campus organizations to continue this year’s program on “Space, Place, and Community,” the highly successful series of community conversations and events, which started last fall. While previous events focused on Harrisonburg’s past, the spring events will offer a thoughtful public dialogue about how we can create successful public spaces and places that build community, as well as an evening of poetry on place and identity. These discussions will help us to learn from the past as we shape our future.

“Making Places” focuses on the question “How can we create places that foster community?”

Panelists are Dr. Linwood Rose, JMU president emeritus, and Ron Copeland, founder of Our Community Place.

For more information, check http://sites.jmu.edu/jmuse or send email to jmuse@jmu.edu.

 



April 17 ( 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM ) - Madison Commemorative Debate and Citizen Forum

6 p.m.
Wilson Hall Auditorium

The championship round of the 14th annual debate, which draws competitive debaters from around the world, is open to the public. The debate topic is "This house believes that warrantless electronic surveillance by the U.S. Government has done more harm that good."

Sponsored by the Rupe Foundation, Madison Debate Society and the School of Communication Studies. Free.



April 18 ( 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ) - Arbor Day Trees and Native Plant Sale

April 18-19

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

For savvy gardeners wanting a garden filled with plants tailored by Mother Nature to be suited to regional climate and precipitation, the arboretum’s sale is the right place to shop. Shop hard-to-find native plants, shrubs and trees.

Check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum/ for a partial list of plants, shrubs and trees that will be offered at the sale.



April 20 ( 6:00 AM - 3:00 PM ) - Easter Sunrise Service

6 a.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

JMU RISE hosts the annual interdenominational Easter Sunrise Worship Service.


April 20 ( 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM ) - Campus Cookies Easter Egg Hunt for JMU Students

1-4 p.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Sponsored by the Office of Residence Life, JAC card required, JMU students with JAC cards search for hidden Easter eggs holding valuable coupons and discounts to area merchants and a free cookie from Campus Cookies.



April 21 ( 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - ArtWorks Gallery Exhibition

April 21-May 1

Noon-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday
Noon-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday
131 Grace St.

The exhibition features work by JMU undergraduate students.

Opening reception, April 21 from 5 to 7 p.m.

For information, call (540) 568-7175. Free.


April 21 ( 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ) - Walk-Up Plant Sale

April 21-Oct. 31

9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Shop from the entire greenhouse inventory of natives, perennials, shrubs and trees, by advance appointment only, with $50 minimum purchased required.

Call (540) 568-3194, or visit the arboretum website to make an appointment http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum/index.html.  



April 22 ( 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM ) - Earth Day Wildflower Walk in the Arboretum

10 a.m.
Begins at the Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Arboretum Director Jan Sievers Mahon leads walk highlighting the environmental benefits the arboretum provides its community.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.



April 24 ( 7:30 PM - 3:00 PM ) - Public Star Party

7:30 p.m.
JMU Astronomy Park

Star Parties are free and open to the public. The Astronomy Park is located behind the Physics & Chemistry Building on the JMU campus east of Interstate 81.

More information about free parking in Lot D2 and how to get to the astronomy park is available at http://www.jmu.edu/planetarium/StarGaze.shtml.


April 24 ( 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Jean Cash Lecture Series Speaker John Harrell

4-5 p.m.
Room 400, Taylor Hall

John Harrell from the American Shakespeare Center presents "The Analog Humanities."

Sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta and the English department.

For information, email Dr. Marina Favila at favilamc@jmu.edu. Free.



April 25 ( 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Virginia Native Trees Tour

1 p.m.
Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Arboretum Director Jan Sievers Mahon leads the tour to observe Arbor Day in Virginia.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.


April 25 ( 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Logic and Reasoning Institute Colloquium

3:30 p.m.
Institute for Visual Studies, Room 208, Roop Hall

Professor Michael Palmer of the Teaching Resource Center at the University of Virginia presents “Discovering Infinit(ies).” Free.


April 25 ( 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM ) - Geology and Environmental Science Student Research Symposium

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Room 7370, Memorial Hall

The annual symposium features presentations from 35 students.

The complete symposium schedule is available at http://www.jmu.edu/_images/news/2014/2014-Geology-Symposium-Schedule.pdf.



April 26 ( 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM ) - Wildflower Walk in the Arboretum

10 a.m.
Begins at the Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

A Virginia Native Plant Society docent guided tour.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.


April 26 ( 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM ) - Morrison-Bruce Center's ColorBlast 5K

7:30-9 a.m. check-in
9 a.m. races start at Festival Conference and Student Center Lawn

Whether you choose to run or walk the 5K course located on JMU’s campus is completely up to you. Colored powder will be thrown on participants at every kilometer of the course, and then blasted on everyone at the finish line.

After you finish, you are invited to stay around to play tailgating games such as corn hole or Frisbee until the ColorBlast Raffle starts.

When you check in the morning of the run, you will be entered for a chance to win gift cards to your favorite restaurants and other prizes. You will also receive a T-shirt upon registration.

We will kick off the morning at 9 a.m. with our Daisy Dash, 1/2-mile run, for children under 12 years old. These participants will also get to take part in the color fun.

The ColorBlast 5K will then start at 9:30 a.m., with waves of runners, joggers and walkers so you can pick your pace and get the most color possible.

Sponsored by the Morrison-Bruce Center for the Promotion of Physical Activity for Girls and Women.

For more information, including registration fees, check http://www.jmu.edu/mbc/colorblast.html.

Open to JMU students, faculty, staff and the public.



April 30 ( 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM ) - Arboretum Tour Celebrating Historic Garden Week

1 p.m.
Begins at the Frances Plecker Education Center, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Arboretum Director Jan Sievers Mahon leads a tour focusing on the arboretum’s bulb collection, wildflowers and flowering shrubs and trees.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194. Free.


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