Friday, October 19, 2012

7:30 am–11:30 pm Campus Center Café

Smith College Campus Center

The Campus Center Café offers a wide variety of food and beverages including breakfast options, gourmet pizzas prepared in a stone hearth oven, salads made to order, homemade soups, Panini and deli sandwiches, and grilled foods including vegan and vegetarian selections. The elliptical coffee bar, located in the center of the servery, features Sun Coffee Roasters Coffee and specialty drinks including espresso, cappuccinos, lattes, chai, fruit smoothies, ice cream and our traditional Smith “Mudslide” milkshakes. The coffee bar also features freshly baked cookies and pastries.

7:30 am - 5 pm        Registration and Information

Campus Center 103/104

Welcome to Family Weekend!  Join us for morning refreshments or an afternoon snack, check in and receive information about the schedule, have questions answered about the weekend or Smith in general and purchase tickets to events or a care package for the end of the semester.

        Official Smith Ring Sales

The Smith ring, designed by students, is a symbolic, continuous link with the College, classmates, and friends. The ring also evokes special and shared memories of Smith days: opening Convocations, Mountain Days, Quad Riots, Rally Day Shows, Friday Teas, Ivy Day, and Illumination Night.  Sponsored by the Alumnae Association of Smith College, the ring is reserved exclusively for sophomores, juniors, seniors and Ada Comstock scholars in good standing. The design will remain unchanged—a tangible connection to the past and the future.

Classes open to visitors.  Attend one of your student’s favorite classes or any other class open during this time.  A complete listing of open classes can be found on the back of the schedule.  Classes not listed means the professor has chosen not to open the class due to limited seating, a guest speaker, a quiz or the like.

9 am - noon        Creating a Healthy Orchard with Michael Phillips from Lost Nation Orchard in Northern NH

                Smith College’s Ada & Archibald MacLeish Field Station in Whately, MA

Those with serious orchard intentions can tap into Michael’s experience in discerning the lay of the land. The planting of fruit trees is a big investment that should be done right. Excited and ready to make that big leap? Great!  But first let’s spend some valuable time together thinking through what lies ahead by exploring orchard design based on ecosystem advantage. A full overview of rootstock, training systems, understory considerations, varieties aimed at achieving a righteous market mix, proper soil prep, and equipment needs will help reveal exactly what this great idea of yours involves.  Bring your own lunch and explore the station after the workshop from noon - 2 pm or relax in and around the new building!

Vans will leave campus at 8:30 am, 10:30 am, and 1:30 pm with return trips at noon and upon the conclusion of the workshop at 5 pm.  Reservations for a spot in the van can be made in CEEDS or via email to Sarah Loomis [sloomis@smith.edu].

9 am - 4 pm        Botanic Garden

Lyman Plant House & Conservatory

                Admission is free.

9 am - 9 pm        Neilson Library Exhibitions

Neilson Library

"A Room of Our Own: An Exhibition Celebrating Fifty Years in the Mortimer Rare Book Room."

This exhibition, celebrating the opening of the current reading room in October 1962, features a look at rare books at Smith before 1962, the planning and construction of the northwest wing of Neilson, profiles of the rare book curators, and a selection from the rare book collections illustrating the growth and scope of Smith's holdings. The exhibition will be in the Book Arts Gallery, Neilson Library, 3rd floor

9 am – 11 pm        Annual Smith College International Photo Exhibition

Nolan Art Lounge, Campus Center

The Office of International Study invites families to browse the International Photo Exhibition to acknowledge the accomplishments of Smith College student who studied, interned, worked, volunteered, or researched abroad last year.        

10 am - 4 pm        Smith College Museum of Art Exhibitions

Smith College Museum of Art

                Admission is free.

                Drawn To Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic Drawings from a Private Collection 

Smith College Museum of Art

September 28, 2012 - January 6, 2013

Drawn to Excellence features primarily Italian and French drawings from the 16th to the 19th century. The exhibition highlights some of the most accomplished European artists from the Renaissance through Romantic periods including Annibale Carracci, Eugene Delacroix, Jean-Honore Fragonard, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, and Giorgio Vasari. The drawings are part of the distinguished collection of a Smith alumna.

10 am – 5 pm        Sophia Smith Collection and College Archives Exhibition

Alumnae Gym

An exhibition of research projects based on the Sophia Smith College and College Archives created by students in the Archives Concentration.  Topics include "Smith Women in Science", "Coeducation Debate at Smith", "Suffrage in the U.S." and "Women's Welfare Reform."  

2 - 3:30 pm        Smith Family College

                Join us for a Smith class designed special for our families by College faculty & staff.

        

                First Floor Gallery inside the Drawn to Excellence exhibit

Join John Gibson, artist and senior lecturer in the art department, in the Museum's current exhibition Drawn To Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic Drawings from a Private Collection. He will share his own perspective on selected highlights from this collection of master drawings.

                        Campus Center 205

Being a student at an academically demanding place like Smith is inherently stressful, requiring both self-awareness and crucial skills to stay healthy and happy while working your tuchas off. Join the campus Wellness Education Director for 90 minutes of awesome science about sleep, stress, fitness, mental health, body image, and more. Students and family members alike will walk out with a brain full of new knowledge and a concrete, specific plan for using that info to make their lives a little healthier and happier.

                        Campus Center 102

An exploration of the usage and history of a contested concept with Greg White, Government Professor and Co-Director of the Global Studies Center.

                        Campus Center 003

Leading an organization takes great commitment, and a strong ability to know your limits.  This session will discuss  strategies for establishing personal boundaries without needing to defend, debate, or over-explain your feelings.

                        Campus Center 204

We often find that college is truly the place to decide who we really are and what we value. If lucky, we question how we developed our values, who taught us what we believe, and if we actually agree with those assumptions based on all the new perspectives that come our way. This session on self-authorship delves into the three dimensions of who we are, how our relationships influence our knowledge, and how we know what we know. You will learn how this journey called life is really a quest towards self-authorship.

2 – 3:30 pm        Class Deans’ Open House

College Hall 101

Class Deans, who are responsible for students’ academic welfare, are available for brief, individual family meetings.  Deans for the first-year class, sophomore and junior classes and the senior class will be available.  Sign-up sheets will be posted in the office.

2 - 5 pm                Home Orchard Basics with Michael Phillips from Lost Nation Orchard in Northern NH

                Smith College’s Ada & Archibald MacLeish Field Station in Whately, MA

Successfully growing fruit for your family becomes straightforward when you narrow the big picture down to getting the basics right. Harvesting sunlight through smart pruning is what renews fruit buds. Fungal disease becomes manageable with wise variety choices and enhanced soil biology. Even major insect challenges can be resolved safely when you perceive who, what, and when. All sorts of fruits—from apples and pears to peaches and cherries and onward to berries—make for a diverse home orchard planting. Confidence to integrate tree fruits into your landscape begins with embracing biodiversity and knowing how to build system health. This afternoon intensive will be filled with practical information for growing tree fruits right!

Vans will leave campus at 8:30 am, 10:30 am, and 1:30 pm with return trips at noon and upon the conclusion of the workshop at 5 pm.  Reservations for a spot in the van can be made in CEEDS or via email to Sarah Loomis [sloomis@smith.edu].

3 - 4:30 pm        Global Studies Center Open House

                Wright Hall

Join the staff of the Global Studies Center including the Office for International Study, the Office for International Students and Scholars and the American Studies Diploma Program as they welcome families and friends and answer questions about study program.

4 pm                Afternoon Tea and Open Houses

College Houses

Various members of the Residence Life Staff and house leadership will be available to welcome family and friend and answer questions about living and learning in our house communities, as well as the resources offered to the Smith community.

4 pm                Afternoon Tea for Ada Comstock Scholars & Families

                Ada Comstock Scholars Lounge, rear of Hopkins House

                Join fellow Adas, family, and friends for a Smith tradition.

4 - 6 pm                JAID Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival) Artist Showcase and Reception

                Neilson Browsing Room

Five College Center for East Asian Studies hosts Japan Artists Information Directory (JAID), Artist Showcase and Reception. Join us to launch JAID, an online database of musicians who play traditional Japanese instruments.  The reception will feature recordings, photos, and information from artists around the U.S. specializing in traditional arts. All are welcome! Free and open to the public.

4:15 – 5:30 pm        Does Work-Life Balance Exist?

Poetry Center, Wright Hall

The Wurtele Center for Work & Life Student Advisory Board regularly invites admired faculty members and others in the community to discuss real work and life issues.  This panel is the second in their fall "Work, Life & Reali-tea" series.  Come and listen to panelists, then join the conversation to share your own thoughts and experiences.

4:30 - 5:30 pm        SIKOS Show

                TV Studio, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts

        Celebrate Family Weekend with SIKOS, Smith’s only improv comedy troupe.

5:30 pm                Family Shabbat Services and Dinner

                Kosher Kitchen (behind Dawes House on Bedford Terrace)

Come join Hillel for an accessible, pluralistic and English-friendly Shabbat!  Student-led services begin at 5:30 pm followed by a delicious home-cooked vegetarian Kosher dinner at 6:30 pm.  All are welcome!

5:30 pm                Mehandi Night Dinner

                Mwangi Center

                $5 in advance, $7 at the door

Mehandi Night is Ekta's (Smith's South Asian Student Organization) major cultural event for the fall semester. After providing our guests with a delicious Indian meal to begin the evening, we conclude with a number of vivacious performances- anything from poetry readings, singing and skits to mind-blowing Bollywood and other south Asian dances. There will be a number of Mehandi (henna tattoo) stations that our guests can go to to experience the south Asian tradition of Mehandi application which is a ceremonial art form which originated in ancient India. Hope to see you all there!

7 pm                Mehandi Night Show

                Davis Ballroom

                Admission is free, no ticket required

                See 5:30 pm

7 pm                JAID Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival) Concert

                Helen Hills Hills Chapel

Five College Center for East Asian Studies hosts a concert of Japanese koto and shakuhachi music performed by Masayo Ishigure (as heard on the soundtrack of Memoirs of a Geisha) and James Schlefer. Join us in celebrating the launch of the Japan Artists Information directory (JAID) with sounds of both traditional and modern Japan.

7:30 pm                Campfire and S’mores

                Fire Pit by the Athletic Fields, overlooking Paradise Pond

Come by for however long you like (and bring friends and family!) to enjoy a tasty treat, meet new people, and enjoy each other’s company around the fire.  S’more makins’ will be provided.  Hosted by the Outing Club.

7:30 pm                Pariah

                Weinstein Auditorium

Alike is a 17-year-old African-American woman who lives with her parents and younger sister in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood, and she is quietly but firmly embracing her identity as a lesbian. With the support of her best friend Laura, Alike is especially eager to find a girlfriend. Wondering how much she can confide in her family, she strives to get through adolescence with grace, humor, and tenacity -- sometimes succeeding, sometimes not, but always moving forward.

Sponsored by the Student Event Committee as part of the Fall Film Series.

8 pm                Family Weekend Chamber Music

                Sweeney Concert Hall, Sage Hall

Admission is free, no ticket required

Franz Schubert Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat major, songs by Edvard Grieg, John Adams Hallelujah Junction for two pianos.

8pm                Habitat

By Judith Thompson

Directed by Ellen W. Kaplan

                Theatre 14, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts

                $8 adult, $5 students and seniors, $3 Smith students with ID

                

Habitat focuses on a group home for troubled teens and the wealthy neighbors who want the home and the street kids who occupy it removed.  The neighbors’ response to these rough, homeless kids moving in is NIMBY – Not In My Back Yard.  Raine’s mother has just died of cancer and she has nowhere else to live; Sparkle has been in foster homes since he was a child; Lewis, who runs the home, is canny and full of rage.  They are pitted against a mother and daughter who have a deep rift in their own fraught relationship. The play is about teenage rebellion, belonging, power and what it means to make a habitat – a home.

9 pm                Family Weekend Comedy Club featuring Josh Sneed

                Campus Center, Carroll Room

Join the Student Event Committee for an evening of fun and laughs with comedian Josh Sneed.   After quitting a comfy day job working for Proctor & Gamble, Josh’s made great strides following his passion for stand-up. In 2008, Josh finished 2nd out of 100 of Comedy Central’s top comedians in the Annual Stand-up Showdown competition, earning him a deal to record a new album on Comedy Central Records.  “Unacceptable” was released September 30, 2008 to rave reviews.  iTunes selected it as one of the Top 10 comedy albums released that year.  Josh is the star of a 30-minute special, “Comedy Central Presents: Josh Sneed” and has appeared on The Bob & Tom show. Enjoy some family time at this free event.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

9:30 am-11:30 pm        Campus Center Café

        Smith College Campus Center

The Campus Center Café offers a wide variety of food and beverages including breakfast sandwiches, gourmet pizzas prepared in a stone hearth oven, salads made to order, homemade soups, Panini and deli sandwiches, and grilled foods including vegan and vegetarian selections. Expanded breakfast menu will be offered from 9 - 11 am featuring egg sandwiches, breakfast burritos, assorted omelets, Texas french toast with fresh apple cinnamon topping, homefries and breakfast pizza. The elliptical coffee bar, located in the center of the servery, Sun Coffee Roasters Coffee and specialty drinks including espresso, cappuccinos, lattes, chai, fruit smoothies, ice cream and our traditional Smith “Mudslide” milkshakes. The bar also features freshly baked cookies and pastries.  

9 - 11 am        Registration and Information

Campus Center Main Level

Welcome to Family Weekend!  Check in and receive information about the schedule, have questions answered about the weekend or Smith in general and purchase tickets to events or a care package for the end of the semester.

9 am - 3 pm         Official Smith Ring Sales

                Campus Center Main Level Vending

The Smith ring, designed by students, is a symbolic, continuous link with the College, classmates, and friends. The ring also evokes special and shared memories of Smith days: opening Convocations, Mountain Days, Quad Riots, Rally Day Shows, Friday Teas, Ivy Day, and Illumination Night.  Sponsored by the Alumnae Association of Smith College, the ring is reserved exclusively for sophomores, juniors, seniors and Ada Comstock scholars in good standing. The design will remain unchanged—a tangible connection to the past and the future.

9 am - 4 pm        Botanic Garden

Lyman Plant House & Conservatory

                Admission is free.

9 am - 9 pm        Neilson Library Exhibitions

Neilson Library

                See Friday, 9 am

9 am – 11 pm         Annual Smith College International Photo Exhibition

Nolan Art Lounge, Campus Center

The Office of International Study invites families to browse the International Photo Exhibition to acknowledge the accomplishments of Smith College student who studied, interned, worked, volunteered, or researched abroad last year.

10 - 11:30 am        Family Hike

                Leaving from The Boathouse

Fall in New England - there is nothing better!  Join the Smith College Outing Club for a local hike - no experience necessary - just a love of the outdoors!

10 am - noon        President’s Welcome and Reception

        Campus Center Carroll Room

Join President Christ and hear about what is happening at Smith today and what Smith is doing in the world.  There will be an opportunity for questions and answers and a reception for all families following on the main level of the Campus Center.

10 am - noon        Learn to Fly

                ITT

AeroSmith, Smith’s model aeronautics club, will be hosting a “learn to fly” event.  For the first 5-10 minutes, the club will explain how our fleet of G-flyer model airplanes achieves flight and give a tutorial on how to fly one.  Then, you will get to fly!  No experience is necessary and all are welcome.  Additional incentives include the club member’s charm, good looks and their firm belief in food bribery (rest assured that it is better than peanuts and pretzels)

        

10 am - 4 pm        Smith College Museum of Art Exhibitions

Smith College Museum of Art

                Admission is free.

See Friday, 10 am

10:30 am - noon        Smith College Quidditch Match

                Davis Lawn

                Come watch Smith College Quidditch, an amazing game adapted from the Harry Potter world, in an exhibition game.

11 am – 4 pm        The Identity Project Photo Exhibit

Unity House, Hearth Room

MISC (Multi-ethnic Interracial Smith College) will be hosting their third annual Identity Project.  The Identity Project is an annual photo project in which students, faculty, and staff of the Smith community are photographed and given the opportunity to self-define WHO they are in their own words! Identity Project aims to act as forum for students, faculty and staff to self-identify and critically think about what IDENTITY means.

1 pm                Soccer v. Clark

                Athletic Field

1 - 2:30 pm         Mwangi Open House

Mwangi Cultural Center

Come and stroll through the Mwangi Cultural Center and learn about this cultural space while learning how the Black Student Alliance is a source of community and support for black students on campus.  There will be a discussion of BSA events past and present as well as hopes for the future.  We hope to see you there!

1 -2:30 pm        Smith Family College

                Don’t miss your second opportunity to attend a Smith class designed special for our families by College faculty & staff.

                        Campus Center 102

A first-year student’s transition to college is fraught with changes and new experiences, join us for a discussion about this unique time in a student’s development and what that means for families.

First Floor Gallery inside the Drawn to Excellence exhibit

Join Alfonso Procaccini, Professor of Italian Language and Literature in the Museum's current exhibition Drawn To Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic Drawings from a Private Collection. He will share his own perspective on selected highlights from this collection of master drawings.

                        Campus Center 205

A Smith College Education lays the groundwork for students to make purposeful choices among multiple goals, family expectations, personal values, and contraints - but how to make good choices among other options is often unclear to students.  The Women’s Narratives Project brings women together to talk and write about making life decisions, perfectionism, risk-taking, tolerating failure, and social expectations.  Please join us as we discuss these issues and intorduce our signature program for juniors and seniors, “Eat, Write, Talk”.

1 - 3 pm                Engage Your Community

                Davis Ballroom

This workshop demonstrates how certain theatrical techniques can be applied in and outside of the classroom to create dynamic, meaningful conversations around issues of gender, race, and class.  Learn how you can engage your community and promote its development.  Students, parents, faculty and staff are all encouraged to attend.

1:30 pm                Pariah

                Weinstein Auditorium

Alike is a 17-year-old African-American woman who lives with her parents and younger sister in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood, and she is quietly but firmly embracing her identity as a lesbian. With the support of her best friend Laura, Alike is especially eager to find a girlfriend. Wondering how much she can confide in her family, she strives to get through adolescence with grace, humor, and tenacity -- sometimes succeeding, sometimes not, but always moving forward.

Sponsored by the Student Event Committee as part of the Fall Film Series.

2 - 3 pm                SIKOS Show

                TV Studio, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts

        Celebrate Family Weekend with SIKOS, Smith’s only improv comedy troupe.

2 – 3:30 pm        Resource Center for Sexuality & Gender Open House

                Wesley Basement, entrance at back of Wesley House

Join the students and organizations associated with the Resource Center for Sexuality and Gender for a reception and open house.

2 - 4 pm                Live Action Chess Match

                Chapin Lawn

                The Science Fiction and Fantasy Society presents their annual costumed chess match.

2 – 4 pm                Smith Athletics Silent Auction

                Alumnae House Gallery

Walk through the gallery; see alum artist Patty Hayes’ prints and paintings; bid on auction items.  For a complete listing of items see www.smithpioneers.com.  All proceeds benefit Smith Athletics.

3 pm                Kosher Kitchen Open House

                Kitchen is located behind Dawes House on Bedford Terrace

                Stop by to grab a snack and get to know the folks at Smith Hillel!  Come say hi, ask questions, and see what we’re all about.

4 - 5:30 pm        Sophomore and First Year Meet and Greet

                Campus Center 103/104

Class of 2015 and 2016, Please join the Sophomore Class Cabinet to enjoy some cider and donuts with your fellow class members!  We highly encourage all first year and sophomore parents to attend!

4 - 6 pm                Class of 2013 Parent Wine and Cheese

                Museum of Art Atrium

The Senior Class Cabinet is proud to host a wine and cheese for the students and families of the Class of 2013. Come and enjoy complementary wine and Hors d'œuvres with the senior class! Class of 2103 apparel and the Official Smith Ring  will also be sold at this event.

5:30 pm                Smith College Pioneers Hall of Fame Induction Dinner

                Alumnae House

Join Smith Athletics as they induct their first class of hall of famers. 5:30 pm reception and 6:30 p.m. dinner to follow.  Tickets are $50 per person and are available by contacting sid@smith.edu/  Visit www.smithpioneers.com/halloffame for more information.

7:30 – 9:30 pm        Asian Tea House

                Sweeney Concert Hall, Sage Hall

                Admission is free, no ticket required

An annual event co-hosted by the Asian Students Association (ASA) and the Korean American Students of Smith (KASS).  Attend with your friends and family members and get ready to be dazzled by both traditional and more modern dances, songs and various other acts!

8 pm                Habitat

By Judith Thompson

Directed by Ellen W. Kaplan

                Theatre 14, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts

                $8 adult, $5 students and seniors, $3 Smith students with ID

                

Habitat focuses on a group home for troubled teens and the wealthy neighbors who want the home and the street kids who occupy it removed.  The neighbors’ response to these rough, homeless kids moving in is NIMBY – Not In My Back Yard.  Raine’s mother has just died of cancer and she has nowhere else to live; Sparkle has been in foster homes since he was a child; Lewis, who runs the home, is canny and full of rage.  They are pitted against a mother and daughter who have a deep rift in their own fraught relationship. The play is about teenage rebellion, belonging, power and what it means to make a habitat – a home.

8 pm                Montage

                John M. Greene Hall

                Tickets $5 for general public, $1 for Smith students and seniors.

Glee Club, Chorus, Wind Ensemble, Wailing Banshees, Orchestra, and the Smith a cappella groups!

Joseph Baldwin, Jonathan Hirsh, Ellen Redman, director

9 pm                Smith To Do presents Halloween Pop Tart Fun

Campus Center Garden Level

Smith To Do is a weekend program built around arts and crafts, conversation and connections.  Join us as we decorate our own pop tarts.  We’ll provide the materials, you provide the creativity.  Everyone is welcome for this modern Smith tradition.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

9:30 am–11:30 pm        Campus Center Café

        Smith College Campus Center

The Campus Center Café offers a wide variety of food and beverages including gourmet pizzas prepared in a stone hearth oven, salads made to order, homemade soups, Panini and deli sandwiches, and grilled foods including vegan and vegetarian selections. The elliptical coffee bar, located in the center of the servery, features Sun Coffee Roasters Coffee and specialty drinks including espresso, cappuccinos, lattes, chai, fruit smoothies, ice cream and our traditional Smith “Mudslide” milkshakes. The bar also features freshly baked cookies and pastries.

9 am - 3 pm         Official Smith Ring Sales

                Campus Center Main Level Vending

The Smith ring, designed by students, is a symbolic, continuous link with the College, classmates, and friends. The ring also evokes special and shared memories of Smith days: opening Convocations, Mountain Days, Quad Riots, Rally Day Shows, Friday Teas, Ivy Day, and Illumination Night.  Sponsored by the Alumnae Association of Smith College, the ring is reserved exclusively for sophomores, juniors, seniors and Ada Comstock scholars in good standing. The design will remain unchanged—a tangible connection to the past and the future.

9 am - 4 pm        Botanic Garden

Lyman Plant House & Conservatory

                Admission is free.

9 am – 1 pm        Brunch

                College Dining Rooms

Each Smith student is allowed two family members as guests of the College.  Additional family members will be charged at the door.  Off-campus students will be assigned a Dining Room and given tickets at registration.  Brunch will be served in the following locations:

                

                Continental Breakfast:

                

7:30 - 9 am                                        

                Chase/Duckett

King/Scales

                9 - 11 am

                Tyler

        

                Brunch:

                9 am – 2:30 pm

                Chase-Duckett*                                                

King/Scales

                10 - 11 am

                Lamont

11 am – 1 pm

Cushing-Emerson                

Cutter-Ziskind        

Gillett**                        

Hubbard

Morrow/Wilson

Tyler

*Gluten Free options will be available.  If you have food allergies, please let our dining staff know.

                **Vegan/Vegetarian options available.

9 am – 11 pm        Annual Smith College International Photo Exhibition

Nolan Art Lounge, Campus Center

The Office of International Study invites families to browse the International Photo Exhibition to acknowledge the accomplishments of Smith College student who studied, interned, worked, volunteered, or researched abroad last year.

9:30 am                Choir Rehearsal

                Helen Hills Hills Chapel

                Join the Choir!  Arrive at 9:30 am to sing with the Smith chorus in preparation for the Multi-Faith Celebration at 10:30 am.

10:30 am                Multi-Faith Celebration

                Helen Hills Hills Chapel10 am - 1 pm        Neilson Library Exhibitions

Neilson Library

                See Friday, 9 am

12 - 4 pm                Smith College Museum of Art Exhibitions

Smith College Museum of Art

                Admission is free.

See Friday, 10 am

1 – 3 pm                Bike Kitchen Open Hours

                Talbot House

                Students can get help with their bikes, pump up their tires or just explore the space.

2 - 4 pm                Family Weekend Bipartisan Tea

                Campus Center Carroll Room & Wilson Atrium

Join the Smith College Republicans and Smith Democrats for the Family Weekend Bipartisan Tea.  Learn how these two political clubs are active on campus and have lively political conversations with students.  All viewpoints welcome!