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- Adelson Book Readings
- Third Thursday book readings at the Cornell Lab. 3:30-4:30 pm in the Adelson Library at 159 Sapsucker Woods Road.
- CU Winds/Costa Rica Project
- CU Winds undertakes a multi-day performing and service tour to Costa Rica every 2 years, donating over 50 instruments.
- Cornell Educational Resources for International Studies
- Bringing internationally focused presentations and performances to the K-12 classroom, and professional development to K-12 teachers.
- Cornell Free Summer Events Series
- Free events on the Cornell campus during the six-week summer session.
- Cornell Institute for European Studies Outreach
- The Outreach Program offers resources to enrich the study of Europe.
- Cornell Plantations
- Cornell Plantations offers beautiful gardens, tours, hands-on workshops, special events, lectures and more.
- Exhibitions at the Museum of the Earth
- Our exhibitions provide visitors with experiences that connect them to Earth’s history, its life, and their place within its stories.
- Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
- The Johnson Museum offers art from around the world, plus tours, workshops, lectures, special events, and more, all year long.
- Migration Celebration
- Join us for this FREE family-friendly event 10am-3pm at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology on the second Saturday each May.
- Museum of the Earth Outreach
- Outreach at the Museum of the Earth aims to make the history of Earth and its life accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
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