This is a one hour meet-and-greet for Colby volunteers and members of the Hardy Girls Healthy Women board (to take place in the Diamond Atrium), followed by a 2 hour board meeting of the HGHW board (to take place in the Diamond boardroom).


A picnic to welcome back English department faculty, their families, and English majors/minors and Creative Writing minors.


Lighthouse Keeper is an interactive work based on the true story of Abbie Burgess, a courageous young girl who lived in Maine in the 19th century. This interactive piece is written by Delvyn Case for children and families and will be performed by the Cassatt String Quartet with guest narrator Anna Gravel. The story paints an exciting musical portrait of life on an island, the shifting ocean, majestic lighthouses, raging storms, and even silly dancing puffins. Bring a blanket to sit on and come have some fun!

This concert is organized in conjunction with Lively Spaces Summer Camp. 

Contact: Margaret Aiken, margaret.aiken@colby.edu, 207-859-5623


The Atlantic Music Festival’s mission is to cultivate originality, independence, and innovation in the American musical performance arena. During the month-long event, hundreds of emerging artists gather in Waterville, Maine, to celebrate the work of musical masters and offer free concerts for the general public. To learn more about the Atlantic Music Festival at Colby and to see the complete schedule, please click here.

Contact Teresa van Deventer, tvdevent@colby.edu, 207-859-4730