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Purple & White Day
October Purple & White Day Saturday, October 19 (All day)

Visit campus and meet those who know YHC best. Once you experience YHC firsthand, you’ll know this private, liberal arts college is right for you! http://discover.yhc.edu/purpleandwhiteday

Orpheus Choir Concert
Orpheus Choir Concert Sunday, October 20 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

Members of the Orpheus Choir will perform. This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Monday, October 21 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Tuesday, October 22 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Wednesday, October 23 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

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Lunch with the Lions Wednesday, October 23 11:30 AM @ Hatcher Dining Room, Rollins Campus Center

Join YHC Men's Basketball Head Coach Jeremy Currier and the new Women's Basketball Head Coach Lindsey Huffman for a special lunch to hear about the upcoming basketball season. Cost is $10 per person. Click here to RSVP by Monday, Oct. 14.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Thursday, October 24 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Friday, October 25 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

Ooky Spooky Light Show
Planetarium Show: Ooky Spooky Light Show Friday, October 25 7:00 PM @ Rollins Planetarium
This show is a delight for the entire family. Classic and favorite Halloween tunes such as “Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters,” “Thriller” and “Night on Bald Mountain,” as well as several pop songs with lyrics on the “creepy” side, will come to life in this amazing full-dome graphics and light show. The visuals are fun and spooky, and they will leave audiences smiling in delight.

*Cosmic Concerts are non-astronomy programs containing loud music, flashing lights, spinning stars and other effects that some may find disruptive. They are not recommended for those who may have conditions that could be aggravated by this experience.

 
For information on purchasing tickets, click here.
Ooky Spooky Light Show
Planetarium Show: Ooky Spooky Light Show Friday, October 25 8:00 PM @ Rollins Planetarium
This show is a delight for the entire family. Classic and favorite Halloween tunes such as “Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters,” “Thriller” and “Night on Bald Mountain,” as well as several pop songs with lyrics on the “creepy” side, will come to life in this amazing full-dome graphics and light show. The visuals are fun and spooky, and they will leave audiences smiling in delight.

*Cosmic Concerts are non-astronomy programs containing loud music, flashing lights, spinning stars and other effects that some may find disruptive. They are not recommended for those who may have conditions that could be aggravated by this experience.

 
For information on purchasing tickets, click here.

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