Storytime
Saturday, May 17
11am - 12pm
William & Mary Bookstore
Please join us every Wednesday and Saturday morning in our Children's Department for some fun stories and activities.
    Walter Borneman Signing American Spring: Lexington, Concord, and the Road to Revolution
    Saturday, May 17
    11am - 12pm
    William & Mary Bookstore
    Walter Borneman, releases his newest book, American Spring, which examines the events leading up to the American Revolution and the motivations of several famous historical figures and the lesser known men and women who took part in the rebellion.
      Mac Laird Signing Christanna
      Saturday, May 17
      2pm
      William & Mary Bookstore
      This thrilling sequel to Dangerous Differences, explores the tension between the colonials of North Carolina and Virginia and the native tribes as they both strive to peacefully coexist.
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        Choral International Tour 2014
        Tuesday, May 13 - Tuesday, May 27
        Baltic States and Russia
        Tour of the W&M Choir and the Botetourt Chamber Singers to the Baltic States and Russia.
        Managing Small Projects Successfully
        Wednesday, April 23 - Thursday, May 22
        Online
        Managing Small Projects Successfully is a non-degree, professional development course offered by the Center for Corporate Education at the Mason School of Business. It is taught online using recorded lectures and real-time interactive evening sessions.
        From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect Union Exhibits
        Monday, October 3 - Thursday, December 31
        8am - 5pm
        Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center
        Visit Swem Library for exhibits from the "From Fights To Rights" project commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement. Exhibits rotate at least twice each year.