A Day at Vassar

Note: this event was held in 2011.  For the latest information on A Day at Vassar visit http://www.vassar.edu/day

Saturday, October 15, 2011

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the founding of Matthew Vassar’s Magnificent Enterprise, the College extends a special invitation to friends and neighbors in the Hudson Valley to spend A Day at Vassar.

Schedule
time event
9am – 2pm Registration

(2011 Event Sold Out)


Main Building/Villard Room
Receive Schedule and Locations of Lectures/Campus Map/Meal Tickets
Elective Lectures
10am Period I
11:30am Period II
Lecture Descriptions (pdf)
1pm Lunch
Students’ Building/Ticket required for admission
2:30pm – 3:30pm Performance
Vassar Voices Martel Theater/Center for Drama and Film
Campus Walking Tours
Departing from the front of Main Building
Exhibition Viewings

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Permanent Collection
A Pioneering Collection: Master Drawings from the Crocker Art Museum

Thompson Memorial Library
From the Archive: Discovering Elizabeth Bishop
Vassar and the Roosevelts: Friends and Neighbors

Palmer Gallery / Main Building
Works by Hudson Valley Artists

Warthin Museum / Ely Hall
Permanent installation of geological and fossil collection

4pm – 5pm Concert by Music Faculty
Skinner Hall
Campus Walking Tours
Departing from the front of Main Building
Exhibition Viewings
As detailed above
Registration

A Day at Vassar is open to the residents of the Hudson Valley over the age of 15, including members of the Vassar College Community.

Due to limited capacity, Registrants are limited to one guest. Registration must be made in advance. No registrations will be taken at the door.

On October 15, Registrants must check in at the Reception Table in the Villard Room in Main Building to receive their packet. This will include a Schedule with the time and location of classes, a Campus Map, and a Meal Ticket required for admission to lunch in Students’ Building.

Registrants must select the class that they and their guests plan to attend during both periods. They will also be required to register for Lunch. Attendees on the same registration will be assigned to the same lectures.

There is a limited capacity for the number that may be accommodated for Lunch.

Preference will be given to those who register for both periods of lectures.

Those who register after this capacity has been reached may enjoy lunch at their own expense at one of the local restaurants on Raymond or Collegeview Avenues.

The event has now sold out and registration is over.

Deadline: Thursday, October 13, 2011
However, as capacity is limited, available spaces may be filled prior to this date.

Admission
Admission and lunch are free of charge.

Directions
Getting Here by Automobile, Train, Air, or Bus

Parking
Use North Gate off Collegeview Avenue. Security will direct you to on-campus parking. Additional parking, if necessary, will be available on the Vassar Farm (accessible off the intersection of Raymond and Hooker Avenues). Shuttle bus service will be available to and from the campus.

Inquiries
Programs@vassar.edu