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Events

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Events

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Events

Academics

  • Oct 16
    Visiting Scholar Barry Long

    5 p.m.
    Room 142, Music Building

    Barry Long, assistant professor of music at Bucknell University, presents “Black Blowers of the Now: Jazz and Activism from King’s Birmingham to Coltrane’s Alabama.”

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

  • Oct 19
    Parade of Champions Marching Bands Competition

    Gates open at 7:30 a.m. for the all-day event
    Bridgeforth Stadium

    The 36th annual competition features 40 to 50 high-school marching bands that complete in their respective classes. JMU’s Marching Royal Dukes perform in the afternoon and at night.

    Check htp://www.jmu.edu/mrd/poc.shtml for details as they develop.

  • Oct 9
    Remembering Place: Remembering Downtown

    6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Memorial Hall Forum

    JMuse Cafe is excited to partner with the Institute of Visual Studies to bring programming for this year on Space, Place, and Community.

    Thinking carefully about the past is a courageous act, which can help a community to heal. The thoughtful conversations that took place surrounding the renaming of Cantrell Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Way offer us an extraordinary opportunity to continue the public dialogue about our values, values that are as evident in the way we treat each other as the way we care for our spaces and buildings. The challenge now is to honor our past as we shape our future. To advance this dialogue, a range of civic and educational groups are sponsoring “Remembering Place,” a series of panel discussions, to take part this fall. Panel participants will include Harrisonburg residents, civic leaders and elected officials.

    More information is available at http://sites.jmu.edu/jmuse. Free.

  • Oct 30
    Remembering Place: Creating Our Town

    6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Memorial Hall Forum

    JMuse Cafe is excited to partner with the Institute of Visual Studies to bring programming for this year on Space, Place, and Community.

    Thinking carefully about the past is a courageous act, which can help a community to heal. The thoughtful conversations that took place surrounding the renaming of Cantrell Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Way offer us an extraordinary opportunity to continue the public dialogue about our values, values that are as evident in the way we treat each other as the way we care for our spaces and buildings. The challenge now is to honor our past as we shape our future. To advance this dialogue, a range of civic and educational groups are sponsoring “Remembering Place,” a series of panel discussions, to take part this fall. Panel participants will include Harrisonburg residents, civic leaders and elected officials.

    More information is available at http://sites.jmu.edu/jmuse. Free.

  • Nov 13
    Remembering Place: Poetry and Place

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

    JMuse Cafe is excited to partner with the Institute of Visual Studies to bring programming for this year on Space, Place, and Community.

    More information is available at http://sites.jmu.edu/jmuse. Free.

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