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The Colby Undergraduate Summer Research Retreat (CUSRR) is a two-day symposium and retreat in The Forks, Maine, July 23-24. Students present research and other scholarly activities as a summer capstone event. The retreat promotes scholarship and engagement between students and faculty. Author, journalist, storyteller Rosette Royale ’89 is this year’s keynote speaker. For more information, contact Professor Kevin Rice, kprice@colby.edu.


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As part of the Maine International Film Festival (July 10-19), World Filmmakers’ Forum guests Claus Drexel and Hüseyin Karabey will join Nick Brandestini (Children of the Arctic) of Switzerland and Maine filmmakers Alban Maino and Craig Saddlemire to discuss the challenges and opportunities independent filmmakers encounter in telling their stories and using the medium to create social change. Tour of the museum to follow. Email museum@colby.edu for more information.


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The art museum’s Community Day celebrates the opening of summer exhibitions with family-friendly events from noon to 3 p.m. Join art-making activities, a scavenger hunt, curator-led tours, free ice cream from the Stone Fox Creamery truck, and live music by Gent Treadly. All events are free and open to the public. Contact museum@colby.edu for information.


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The Atlantic Music Festival returns to Colby July 6-Aug. 2 for its seventh season, with 17 public performances over three weeks. Performances begin Friday, July 10. Visit the festival’s website for the more information. AMF contact: abbyang@atlanticmusicfestival.org


Colby Miller Library

Is Colby right for you? Find out by attending an admissions programs. Take a tour; chat with professors, deans, and current students; learn more about academics and the admissions process; and enjoy a meal in one of our dining halls.

Explore Colby 2015 Events for Prospective Students

Friday, July 17 Register
Friday, July 31 Register
Friday, Aug. 7 Register

A tentative schedule is available on the admissions website.


Colby Miller Library

Is Colby right for you? Find out by attending an admissions programs. Take a tour; chat with professors, deans, and current students; learn more about academics and the admissions process; and enjoy a meal in one of our dining halls.

Explore Colby 2015 Events for Prospective Students

Friday, July 17 Register
Friday, July 31 Register
Friday, Aug. 7 Register

A tentative schedule is available on the admissions website.


Colby Miller Library

Is Colby right for you? Find out by attending an admissions programs. Take a tour; chat with professors, deans, and current students; learn more about academics and the admissions process; and enjoy a meal in one of our dining halls.

Explore Colby 2015 Events for Prospective Students

Friday, July 17 Register
Friday, July 31 Register
Friday, Aug. 7 Register

A tentative schedule is available on the admissions website.


The Museum Is a School

From July 13 to 31 students in grades two through eight will be immersed in art making, dancing, poetry reading, and writing. The camp runs Monday through Friday, noon to 2:45 p.m. Lunch will be provided each day.

To register, please call 207-859-5613. Space is limited, and campers will need to be able to participate for the entire three-week period.