Sunday, 25 Jun 2023
Sunday Tours are 30 minutes long, are led by University Museums docents or staff, and are free!
Monday, 26 Jun 2023
Once upon a time, when the world moved at a slower pace, it was easier to observe the beauty in nature and the joy in single-tasking. Find your cottagecore vibe while painting a trio of small wooden mushrooms that can be attached to a wood slice with a little moss. Enjoy the process of creating and bringing the outdoors in when displaying your trio of toadstools.
Browse through our stash of patterned papers, maps, sheet music, and comic books for images or designs you like and turn them into a set of 4 handy fridge magnets.
June 26-30 Make your weekly game night a critical hit with a personalized pub mug, dice-box, or bank for your loot. Find creatures, monsters, characters, and dragons that will impress the most ruthless DM. Welcome RPG'ers, and to thine own elf be true.
Tuesday, 27 Jun 2023
Learn the fundamentals of woodworking equipment while creating a key rack and shelf. Leave class with knowledge of proper machinery use and, most importantly, woodshop safety. Students may purchase the key rack for $10 after class, or we will use them for our Art Mart fundraiser. The orientation is required to use the woodshop on your own.
RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, DUE TO A CANCELED FLIGHT. Carillon concert with guest carillonneur Margaret Pan (Boston, Massachusetts). Bring lawn chairs or blankets, and enjoy an evening performance on central campus.
Wednesday, 28 Jun 2023
Carillon concert with guest carillonneur Margaret Pan (Boston, Massachusetts). Bring lawn chairs or blankets, and enjoy an evening performance on central campus. Originally scheduled for June 27.
Thursday, 29 Jun 2023
Join us outdoors weekly for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories followed by nature exploration and activities. Best for children ages 2-5 with an adult.
Tim Hauber, assistant director for transfer recruitment in the office of admissions, is retiring from the university on July 5. Remarks will begin at 11 a.m.
Friday, 30 Jun 2023
You might bee surprised by what you learn from this program and tour! ;) Iowa has at least 300 species of native bees, nesting in places like plants, wood, and the ground under our feet. When their populations are healthy, biodiversity and food for wildlife increases, not to mention all the food crops that survive by bee pollination for us humans!