NewsNov 2, 2017

5 things to do! November 2-5

A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.

We've got music, books, math and home-field playoffs queued up for this first November weekend. Sports? Soft-synthesizer-folk? Take a peek and see what suits your fancy!

Poster for band named Florist coming to campus

CAB Live Music: This series, sponsored by the Lesley Undergraduate Campus Activities Board, continues in Marran Theater with Brooklyn-based soft-synthesizer-folk band Florist. Stop by for new music from their just-released album, "If Blue Could Be Happiness."
Thursday, Nov. 2, 8pm, Marran Theater

Men's soccer playoff game with net in the background.

Lesley Men's Soccer Semifinal: It's playoff season around here and the men's team is set to take on Elms College in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) in order to advance to Sunday's championship game. They're playing at home so be sure to go cheer them on!
Friday, Nov 3, 8pm, Edwards Field

Children's books on a long table.

What's New in Children's Books: Wondermore and Lesley's annual book conference tackles agency and grit in children's lit this weekend and features Lesley faculty Summer Clark, Grace Enriquez, Mary Ann Cappiello, Erika Dawes and Susan Goodman. Registration required.
Saturday, Nov. 4, 9am, University Hall

Lesley's womens soccer team playing in a match.

Lesley Women's Soccer Championship Game: Our Lynx make their 9th consecutive NECC Championship game appearance this Saturday, playing Elms College for the title. We're hosting this home game so get out to the field for some #LynxNation support!
Saturday, Nov. 4, 1pm, Edwards Field

classroom students sit around the table doing schoolwork

Understanding My Child's Elementary Math Class: This workshop for parents and guardians of elementary school students aims to explain math teaching today's classrooms and what's changed over time, giving tips and tools to make math easier at home.
Sunday, Nov. 5, 2pm, University Hall

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