Colby-Sawyer hosts an opening reception of "Seldom Seen: Drawings and Paintings by David M. Carroll" featuring works in varied media by the celebrated artist-naturalist and writer. A MacArthur Fellow and winner of the Burroughs Medal and finalist for National Book Foundation Award in non-fiction, Carroll is widely known for the nature drawings and watercolors that he produced for his five published books. The "Seldom Seen" exhibition explores aspects of his history with other artistic directions, embracing manners inclusive of Cubism and Surrealism; figure studies; “magic Square” paintings; and pieces inspired by the non-objective impulse of the Russian Avant-Garde. Read more at https://colby-sawyer.edu/news/david-carroll.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition remains open through Saturday, May 9. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact 603.526.3667 or jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Celebrate culture with fun, food and friends at the annual International Festival sponsored by the Cross Cultural Club and African Student Association.

For more information, contact connor.delaney@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3741. Free.

"Seldom Seen: Drawings and Paintings by David M. Carroll" features works in varied media by the celebrated artist-naturalist and writer. A MacArthur Fellow and winner of the Burroughs Medal and finalist for National Book Foundation Award in non-fiction, Carroll is widely known for the nature drawings and watercolors that he produced for his five published books. The "Seldom Seen" exhibition explores aspects of his history with other artistic directions, embracing manners inclusive of Cubism and Surrealism; figure studies; “magic Square” paintings; and pieces inspired by the non-objective impulse of the Russian Avant-Garde. Read more at colby-sawyer.edu/news/david-carroll.

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact 603.526.3667 or jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

The African Student Association hosts a performance by the New England Pentecostal Crusade Gospel Choir. For more information, contact connor.delaney@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3741. Free.

The Kearsarge Athletic Boosters Club hosts a night out featuring Italian cuisine, a cash bar, silent auction, and dancing with live music by The DoBros. Guests are encouraged to "wear what you want" — from a wedding gown or Halloween costume, to pajamas or jeans. Proceeds benefit Kearsarge Regional High School Athletics' programs, equipment, scholarships and awards.

Tickets are available at sites.google.com/kearsarge.org/kearsargeboosters/home at $65 per person. For more information, contact aytucker@yahoo.com or erica_mccullough@hotmail.com.

Colby-Sawyer hosts the American Red Cross to help make a difference in the lives of others.

Visit redcrossblood.org or call 1.800.733.2767 for more information and to make a donation appointment. Donor card, driver’s license or two other forms of ID are required for donation.

Community members, parents, educators and young people are invited to learn more about the impact of vaping, Juuling and nicotine addiction on youth. Hear about the latest trends in N.H., why teen vaping and nicotine addiction is a public health concern and what can be done to help prevent it.

The two-hour program is presented by Breathe New Hampshire, a public health nonprofit focused on critical issues related to lung health — providing educational programs, advocacy and support for scientific research to prevent, eliminate, and treat lung disease.

For more information, contact Pam Spear at pspear@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3621. Free.

The School of Arts & Sciences celebrates the opening of the Gladys Greenbaum Meyers '39 Juried Art Exhibition, featuring students’ work in ceramics, drawing, graphic design, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture selected by faculty based on expressive and technical qualities. Following the reception, the exhibition will be open through Friday, April 10.

Works will be displayed in both the Sawyer Center's Mugar Gallery and The Curb. For more information, contact Professor Loretta Barnett at lbarnett@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3668. Free.

The Fine and Performing Arts Department hosts the Annual Gladys Greenbaum Meyers '39 Juried Art Exhibition featuring students’ work in ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and mixed-media selected by faculty based on expressive and technical qualities.

Works will be displayed in both the Sawyer Center's Mugar Gallery and The Curb. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Professor Loretta Barnett at lbarnett@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3668. Free.

Join Road to Independence for a buffet dinner, silent auction and a night of dancing featuring local favorites, Nick's Other Band. Proceeds will benefit Road to Independence’s direct services for individuals with differing abilities.

For more information, contact rtivtp@hotmail.com or 603.454.6102. For tickets, visit eventbrite.com.

The annual symposium provides an opportunity for sport science professionals, athletic directors, coaches and students to learn from experts in the field. This year's symposium, Exercise Sport and Mental Health, features presentations in nutrition and exercise interventions, supporting athletes with psychological concerns and best practices in addressing student-athlete mental health.

All lectures are free and open to the public with reservations preferred. Attendees are welcome to enjoy lunch at the dining hall with presenters and faculty for a fee of $8.72. For more information, contact 603.526.3795 or wendi.adams@colby-sawyer.edu.

The Colby-Sawyer community celebrates students’ commitment to scholarship at the annual symposium featuring interdisciplinary Capstone projects and undergraduate presentations.

More information to come. Free

Join the School of Arts & Sciences to celebrate works by senior art majors in a variety of media. Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be open through Saturday, May 9.

Works will be on display in both the Sawyer Center's Mugar Gallery and The Curb. For more information, contact Professor Loretta Barnett at lbarnett@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3668. Free.

Join the School of Arts & Sciences to celebrate works by senior fine art and design majors in a variety of media.

Works will be displayed in both the Sawyer Center's Mugar Gallery and The Curb. For more information, contact Professor Loretta Barnett at lbarnett@colby-sawyer.edu or 603.526.3668. Free.

The Kearsarge Chorale Spring Concert features various works by 20th and 21st century composers, including "Five Days that Changed the World" by Bob Chilcott, celebrating the invention of printing, the abolition of slavery, the first powered flight, the discovery of penicillin and the first manned space flight.

Tickets are $15 ($5 for students) and are available in New London at Tatewell Gallery and Morgan Hill Bookstore, MainStreet BookEnds of Warner, online at kearsargechorale.org, or at the door. For more information, contact Linda Barnes at 603.735.4100 or linda@constantquilter.com.

The Scholars and Leaders Ceremony recognizes individuals and groups of students for academics with Capstone, Baccalaureate and Program Recognition Awards; honor society cords; and leadership, community and achievement awards.

For more information, contact Executive Assistant for the Office of the Academic Vice President & Dean of Faculty Kristin Tupper at 603.526.3760 or ktupper@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Colby-Sawyer College celebrates graduates and recognizes members of the college and greater community for outstanding contributions to Colby-Sawyer and its students.

For more information, contact Malaika Sidmore at 603.526.3720 or malaika.sidmore@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.