Atkinson Museum of Hampden-Sydney:
(Feb. 9-March 19, back gallery) “Take Our Stand: The African American Military Experience in the Birthplace of H-SC”;
Central Virginia Arts:
(through March) Margaret Banko and Jennifer Overstreet; Riverside Cafe, Farmville;
CVA LECTURE – 3 p.m. “Beauty & Sophistica-tion: African & African-American Art,” by Karen Getty; Atkinson Museum; H-SC.
PERFORMANCE – 8 p.m. Romeo and Juliet by the Richmond Shakespeare Company; Winston Hall; H-SC.
POETRY READING – 7 p.m. “An Evening with Maurice Manning; Bortz Library; H-SC.
LECTURE – 4:30 p.m. John Kenneth Muir, sci-fi author; Gilmer Hall, Rm. 019; H-SC.
CSPE LECTURE – 7:30 p.m. “Federal Reserve System: A Failed Experiment?” by Dr. Lawrence H. White; Crawley Forum; H-SC.
CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT – 7:30 p.m. The Aureole Trio, Molnar Recital Hall, Wygal Hall; LU.
WILSON CENTER SPRING CONFERENCE – 7:30 p.m. “Liberty's Martyrs: Hampden-Sydney and the Making of Revolutionary Politics,” by Dr. Douglas Bradburn; Crawley Forum; H-SC.
WILSON CENTER SPRING CONFERENCE – 7:30 p.m. -“Alliance for Good: H-SC & Union Theological Seminary,” moderated by Dr. Robert Hall; speakers: the Rev. Dr. William Thompson; the Rev. Dr. William Klein; the Rev. Dr. Robert Ramey; Crawley Forum; H-SC.