SEMINAR 2017, which runs from Sunday, July 9, through Saturday, July 22, will bring music students from eight states and South America to Kalamazoo to learn and perform.
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This year's Kalamazoo Ribfest is set for Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 3-5, at the Arcadia Creek Festival Place downtown.
WMU will offer a number of global engagement opportunities in July, including Chinese language and culture camps and conversation circles to help international students practice English.
The WMU Ethics Center has just the answer to fill summer reading lists, offering book reads and discussions of three books dealing with hot-button ethical questions as part of book clubs during the fall semester.
Miller Auditorium has announced its 2017-18 Lake Michigan Mailers Spotlight lineup, which includes performances of "STOMP," "Chicago," "Black Violin" and more.
Local students age 8 to 16 can experience Chinese language and culture this summer by attending WMU summer camps July 10-14 and July 17-21.
The Fort St. Joseph project will host its free open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, and Sunday, Aug. 6, at the corner of Fort and Bond Streets in Niles, Michigan.
Twenty-three courses and three trips are being offered in June and July by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WMU. The fall semester preview event is set for Aug. 2.
A full season of monthly, family-friendly outdoor entertainment continues through August at Heritage Hall, courtesy of the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. The next event is Friday, July 21.
Miller Auditorium's 2017-18 lineup includes performances of "The Lion King," "The Wizard of Oz" and "The Sound of Music." Season subscriptions are available now.
A listing of all camps, with new listings added as information becomes available, can be found at wmich.edu/admissions/camps.