Symphony in C Performs The Four Seasons
Saturday, December 2
Symphony in C will perform Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires at Rutgers–Camden’s Walter K. Gordon Theater. Click here for more information and tickets.
Saturday, December 9
12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
The Campus Center will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland with pancakes, a hot cocoa bar, photos with Santa Claus, and fun, family-friendly activities. Attendance is free and open to the public. Presented by the Rutgers University–Camden Division of Student Affairs. Click here for more information.
At Home in Newark: Stories from the Queer Newark Oral History Project Opening Reception
Thursday, December 14
5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Newark Public Library
At Home In Newark: Stories from the Queer Newark Oral History Project draws from this growing collection of life history interviews, called oral histories, to examine how LGBTQ Newarkers have claimed space for themselves in bars, balls, houses of worship, street corners, community centers, and artistic venues in the face of poverty, violence, illness, racism and discrimination. Through their activism, creative expression, and determination, they have made Newark their home. Click here for more information.
Rutgers Gardens Winter Farm Market
Friday, December 15
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The mission of the Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market is to provide the local community, including residents, students, university faculty and staff, University Dining, and restaurants the opportunity to experience and purchase fresh, locally grown and/or prepared food products. The following vendors will be here for the winter markets: Beechtree Farm, Chickadee Creek Farm, Gourmet Fruits and Nuts, Local 130 Seafood, Neil’s Sharpening Service (In December 12/15 only), Neshanic Valley Beekeepers, Pickle Licious, Romarsi, LLC, Silver Birch Kitchens, Spoon Me Soups, Stefan’s Pure Blends. Click here for more information.
The Music Hamilton Heard
Friday, January 12
Join Rutgers’ Division of Continuing Studies at Kirkpatrick Chapel for a special concert with internationally renowned soprano and Rutgers–Camden Distinguished Professor of Music Julianne Baird and the Lord Camden Chamber Players as they perform the pieces enjoyed by the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Led by Dr. Baird, the Lord Camden Chamber Players will perform the music that our great founder actually enjoyed. As the United States embarked on its first steps into the world of nations, its composers and artists began to express what Ben Franklin called, “the American Muse.”
Tickets are $10 for Rutgers students, $15 for Rutgers faculty and staff, and $20 for the public. Click here for more information.