‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’

The Sewanee Herbarium is sponsoring a community botanical art exhibit at Stirling’s Coffeehouse, Feb. 23–March 21. Titled “All Things Bright and Beautiful,” it opens with a reception 3:30-5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 23.
The show is the latest in the herbarium’s ongoing effort to cultivate connections between people and plants. The exhibit encompasses a variety of interpretations of botanical art in a range of media. Works include nature journal entries, cut paper, mixed media, stitchery, drawing, and painting. Artists are Sewanee students, community members, and friends. Some of the works will be offered for sale. For more information, contact marypriestley@bellsouth.net.

‘The Crucible’

Theatre/Sewanee will present “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Inspired by his own experiences with the Red Scare and the McCarthy Hearings in the 1950s, Miller created a timeless play of hysteria and heroism.
The performances will be in the Proctor Hill Theatre at the Tennessee Williams Center at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 23–24, March 1–3, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Feb. 25.
Retired faculty members David Landon and Marcia Mary Cook join the cast of 20 student actors.
Events at the Tennessee Williams Center are usually free, but seating is limited.

Rotary Cajun Supper

The Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club will host its fourth annual Cajun Supper, 4:30–6:30 p.m., Saturday, March 10, in Claiborne Hall at Otey Memorial Parish.
Live music will provide a festive atmosphere while diners or take-out patrons can enjoy Cajun crawfish etoufee or vegetarian red beans and rice. Draft beer will be sold on-site for the 21 and older patrons.
Tickets are $20 each, $10 for students, and children under 12 eat free. Tickets will be available at the door.
Proceeds from the Cajun Supper are used for international humanitarian service projects such as the Sewanee Haiti Initiative.
For more information go to www.monteaglerotary.org.

Combined School Calendar 2017-18

The combined school calendar is here! This includes Franklin, Grundy and Marion counties, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, the School of Theology and the University of the South.