• There's always something to do.

    The Village experience is perhaps best defined by the many activities that bring our neighbors together. We believe the charm and appeal of a small town come not from just the structures and spaces we create, but from the lively gatherings - both planned and spontaneous - that spring up among its people.

    From movies on the green to local produce stands at the farmers market...from live music to playful children's performances...the range of neighborhood happenings draws people to our outdoor spaces. Whether your interests are artistic, culinary, sporting, or all of the above, there is something for every taste, in every season.

    Just across the street, Hendrix College features an event calendar full of academic lectures, theatre performances, concerts and discussions, many of which are free and all of which are located just steps away.

  • Monday, October 22

    Arkansas Regional Law School Fair

    Worsham Student Performance Hall, Student Life and Technology Center (SLTC), 11:00 AM

    The SouthWest Association of PreLaw Advisors (SWAPLA) and Hendrix College will co-host the first-ever Arkansas Regional Law School Fair on Monday, October 22, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the Hendrix Student Life and Technology Center’s Worsham Student Performance Hall. The event is open to anyone in Arkansas who might be interested in law school: high school students, undergraduates, alumni of Arkansas’s colleges and universities, graduate students, and people who have been in the workforce for years. Thirty-six participating law schools from across the U.S. will share information about their law programs and legal specializations.

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    Tuesday, October 23

    Seraph Brass Entrepreneurship Workshop

    Classroom 3, Trieschmann Fine Arts Building, 12:10 PM

    Seraph Brass will present a free entrepreneurship workshop at Hendrix College. Like the ensemble's concert the same day, this event is open to the public. Members of Seraph Brass presenting at the workshop include Mary Elizabeth Bowden, trumpet; Jean Laurenz, trumpet; Rachel Velvikis, horn; Hana Beloglavec, trombone; and Dr. Gretchen Renshaw James, Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Hendrix College, tuba.

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    Tuesday, October 23

    Seraph Brass in Concert

    Staples Auditorium, 7:30 PM

    Seraph Brass, a dynamic brass quintet drawing from a roster of America’s top female brass players, is a featured guest artist in the Harold Thompson Recital Series at Hendrix College. The free performance, which is open to the public, is set for Tuesday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Staples Auditorium. The lineup of Seraph Brass for this performance consists of Mary Elizabeth Bowden, trumpet; Jean Laurenz, trumpet; Rachel Velvikis, horn; Hana Beloglavec, trombone; and Dr. Gretchen Renshaw James, Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Hendrix College, tuba.

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    Tuesday, October 30

    Organ Music for Halloween

    Greene Chapel, 7:30 PM

    A Halloween-themed faculty recital featuring Hendrix College organist Timothy Allen is set for Tuesday, October 30, at 7:30 p.m. in Greene Chapel. The recital is free and open to the public. The program will feature popular organ works including the Toccata and Fugue in D minor by J.S. Bach, “Danse Macabre” by Saint-Saens, “Ride of the Valkyries” by Wagner, “Funeral March of a Marionette” by Gounod, and “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Grieg. There will be also be music from the 2014 movie Godzilla. Attendees are encouraged to wear costumes, said Allen, who will perform in costume. For details, contact Dr. John Krebs at 501-450-1245 or krebs@hendrix.edu

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    Thursday, November 15

    Building a Brain: Cells, Circuits and Developmental Disorders (Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar lecture)

    Mills Center for Social Sciences, Lecture Hall B, 5:00 PM

    The developing brain relies on a coordinated series of chemical and electrical signals as well as cell contacts to establish the neural circuits that control brain function. This lecture by Dr. Susan Birren of Brandeis University explores the development and function of one system of nerve cells within the brain, the cholinergic system, which connects to the major brain areas responsible for thought, emotion, and response to sensory information. In adults, the cholinergic system affects learning and memory, awareness, and sensory responses. It is also the first brain area to be affected in Alzheimer’s disease and is disrupted in developmental disorders such as autism. More information

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