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Fri, Oct 19, 2018


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All day Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear Mrs. Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Main Gallery)
Michigan State University and the MSU Museum, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Museum and the Keeper of the Word Foundation, helped ci...
Bring a Friend Month
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (MSU Community Music School)
The MSU Community Music School has always offered classes, lessons and ensembles that you enjoy. Now you can share your favorite CMS experie...
Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, An African American Quilt Scholar
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Heritage Gallery)
This exhibition is an attempt to understand the work of Cuesta Benberry, one of America's important collector/scholars, through interacting ...
"Avelution" Birds in the Development of Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - West Gallery)
Naturalist Charles Darwin was strongly influenced by avian examples while he was developing the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection. Bi...
2:30pm The Little Star That Could
Public Programs (Abrams Planetarium)
Little Star is sad because he has no planets of his own, so he sets out on a quest to find some. Along the way he encounters an assortment ...
3:00pm Community Music School All-School Recital
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (MSU Community Music School)
Students from various ensembles and classes of the Community Music School perform short selections in the all-school recital. The recital wi...
4:00pm Two Small Pieces of Glass
Public Programs (Abrams Planetarium)
This show discusses the history of the telescope, from its creation by Hans Lipperhey, to the technology that runs today's largest telescope...