Clemson University music professor Linda Dzuris will play the university’s largest musical instrument in an open-air concert Sunday, Sept. 27. Dzuris, the university carillonneur, will play the Clemson University Memorial Carillon, the bells located atop Tillman Hall, at 5 p.m. “Music in the Air VII,” a free concert, will feature Dzuris performing sacred and popular selections as well as a composition inspired by the horrific lynching of an African-American in 1916.
Clemson University will offer a taste of Hispanic culture during the 14th annual Latin Fest Sept. 15 to 17. All events are free and open to the public.
Clemson University’s NewVenture FastTrac program in Pickens County will graduate 31 budding entrepreneurs and small business owners Sept. 8 in what will be the largest-ever graduating class for FastTrac facilitator Will Culler.
A bit of the beach can be found in the Upstate at the Third Annual Tiger Shag at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, on the lawn of Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University. Gates will open at 6 p.m.
“Avenue Q,” the smash-hit Broadway musical about “real” life in New York City as told by a cast of puppets and people, will take center stage for two nights Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24 and 25, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
September events in the S.C. Botanical Garden and Bob Campbell Geology Museum
September events at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena
Clemson will be covered in orange Friday, Sept. 4, as the community prepares to kick off the 2009 Clemson University football season with the traditional First Friday Parade.
Clemson University Edisto Research and Education Center will open its fields Thursday, Sept. 3, for the annual agricultural showcase.
On the heals of releasing his newest CD, “With a Song in My Heart: The Music of Richard Rodgers,” the internationally acclaimed guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli will perform Sept. 8 at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
What a difference a year makes – but you don’t need to tell farmers that.
Build a rain barrel and learn about “rain harvesting” at a workshop hosted by Carolina Clear, Clemson University’s stormwater pollution education program.
Thousands of people are expected to pack College Avenue in downtown Clemson at the annual Welcome Back Festival from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 17.
Lang Lang, the world’s most-recognized classical pianist, returns to Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts as part of its 2009-2010 season of concerts, plays, shows and special events.