W. Dale and JoAnn Franke Overfield ’69 Art + Design Faculty Exhibition

The W. Dale and JoAnn Franke Overfield ’69 Art + Design Faculty Exhibition features recent paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, photographs, mixed media works and graphic design by Colby-Sawyer studio art and design faculty.

The exhibition is on view in the Davidow Gallery, with additional work by Professor Loretta Barnett and alumni collaborators in the Sawyer Center's Marian Graves Mugar Art Gallery. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact 603.526.3667 or jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Wilderness First Aid Training

The Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway hosts a wilderness course for outdoor enthusiasts and/or trip leaders who want basic first aid training for short trips with family, friends and outdoor groups.

The course is 16 hours, held over two full days, and is open to anyone 16+ years of age. The cost is $165 and includes meals. For more information and registration, visit srkg.com/solo-wilderness-first-aid-course.

Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting

Join the Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce for a celebration of the organization's 2019 accomplishments and 2020 goals. Awards will be presented for Business of the Year, Community Member of the Year, Rookie Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year and Young Professional of the Year.

For more information, cost and registration details, visit lakesunapeeregionchamber.com/events or call 526.6575.

Concert: Tom Pirozzoli and Willy Porter

Folk legends Tom Pirozzoli and Willy Porter perform songs from their new album Reckon by the Light as well as familiar favorites.

For more information, contact jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu or 526.3667. Free.

Winter Carnival: Dinner with Jack Frost

Fun is on the menu at this popular, family-friendly dining event as guests progress through a variety of selections from area restaurants.

For more information, contact recreation@nl-nh.com or 603.526.6401. For tickets, visit New London Recreation Department.

Opening Exhibition: Seldom Seen

Colby-Sawyer hosts an opening reception of "Seldom Seen: Drawings and Paintings by David M. Carroll" featuring works in varied media by the celebrated artist-naturalist and writer. A MacArthur Fellow and winner of the Burroughs Medal and finalist for National Book Foundation Award in non-fiction, Carroll is widely known for the nature drawings and watercolors that he produced for his five published books. The "Seldom Seen" exhibition explores aspects of his history with other artistic directions, embracing manners inclusive of Cubism and Surrealism; figure studies; “magic Square” paintings; and pieces inspired by the non-objective impulse of the Russian Avant-Garde. Read more at colby-sawyer.edu/stories/david-carroll.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition remains open through Saturday, May 9. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact 603.526.3667 or jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Art Exhibition Featuring David M. Carroll

"Seldom Seen: Drawings and Paintings by David M. Carroll" features works in varied media by the celebrated artist-naturalist and writer. A MacArthur Fellow and winner of the Burroughs Medal and finalist for National Book Foundation Award in non-fiction, Carroll is widely known for the nature drawings and watercolors that he produced for his five published books. The "Seldom Seen" exhibition explores aspects of his history with other artistic directions, embracing manners inclusive of Cubism and Surrealism; figure studies; “magic Square” paintings; and pieces inspired by the non-objective impulse of the Russian Avant-Garde. Read more at colby-sawyer.edu/stories/david-carroll.

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact 603.526.3667 or jkeenan@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Susan Colby Colgate Scholars’ Symposium

The Colby-Sawyer community celebrates students’ commitment to scholarship at the annual symposium featuring interdisciplinary Capstone projects and undergraduate presentations.

More information to come. Free

Scholars and Leaders Awards Ceremony

The Scholars and Leaders Ceremony recognizes individuals and groups of students for academics with Capstone, Baccalaureate and Program Recognition Awards; honor society cords; and leadership, community and achievement awards.

For more information, contact Executive Assistant for the Office of the Academic Vice President & Dean of Faculty Kristin Tupper at 603.526.3760 or ktupper@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.

Commencement Ceremony Recognizes the Class of 2020

Colby-Sawyer College celebrates graduates and recognizes members of the college and greater community for outstanding contributions to Colby-Sawyer and its students.

For more information, contact Malaika Sidmore at 603.526.3720 or malaika.sidmore@colby-sawyer.edu. Free.