Hunnewell Building, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston
Enjoy a free guided tour of the Arnold Arboretum landscape with a knowledgeable docent. Tours are appropriate for adults, last approximately 90 minutes, and cover landscape highlights, seasonal interest, history, and more.
CGIS South Building, Belfer Case Study Room (Room S010), Harvard University Campus, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge
This unsentimental coming-of-age drama is set in the capital of Georgia following the fall of the Soviet Union and focuses on the turbulent friendship between two 14... Read more about In Bloom Film Screening
Explore fantastic paintings and stories from folk tales and fairy tales, then imagine new ideas and endings for them!
In partnership with Courtney Lee Weida and Dr. Carlee Bradley, join the Ed Portal for Treasures and Tales! In this interactive art workshop, 4th-5th grade students will explore themes in folk tales and fairy tales, then write and illustrate accordion books with their own magical stories. They will also learn to create symbol stone paintings and decorate gems with interesting words.
Get front row seats to the best show in town: yours!
Join the Harvard Ed Portal for an afternoon of collaboration and theater as you create your own Mini Matinee! 6th-8th grade students are invited to join us for games and ensemble-building before performing your newly created work. Students of any experience level are welcome to participate in this free workshop!
Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, Piper Auditorium, Room 105, 48 Quincy St., Cambridge
The Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities (CGBC) retrofitted its headquarters, a pre-1940s house in Cambridge, MA, into a first-of-its-kind test case to demonstrate unprecedented levels of building efficiency and promote substantial shifts in the design and operation of existing buildings. Dubbed “HouseZero,” the project aims to prove that ultra-efficient retrofits can, indeed, be achieved...