Accepted Student Day 2017Friday, April 21
Join us at 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, as we welcome prospective students and their families to campus. We will have programming throughout the day, including a campus tour, small group meetings with faculty members, information about the local area and the opportunity to meet other students who want to become “Smitties.” We invite you to RSVP here for this fantastic event!
Woodsmen's Team Spring Meet
See what the Woodsmen’s Team is all about! The Paul Smith’s College Woodsmen Team (sponsored by Stihl) will hold its spring meet Friday, April 21, on campus in conjunction with Accepted Student Day 2017. Check it out and help us cheer on the Smitties as they compete for the coveted Jack and Jill titles in their respective events. Looking for more information about the Woodsmen’s Team? Check them out on Facebook.
Free Shiitake Cultivation Workshop
The Adirondack Mycology Club will host a free shiitake-cultivation workshop at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 22, in the Paul Smith’s College Mushroom Indoor Cultivation Center in the Joan Weill Student Center. Participants will learn which tree species and spawn to use, log cultivation and sawdust inoculation methods and more. Inoculated logs will be on sale from $5-$10. Call Tom Huber at 518-327-6330 or email email@example.com to register.
Stick around for breakfast from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 22, at the Paul Smith’s College Sugarbush! Forestry students work the sugarbush all year to make each spring’s crop of pure maple syrup, which you’ll enjoy with a bountiful breakfast prepared by our culinary students. We will provide transportation from Paul Smith’s College campus to all students and their families who attended Accepted Students Day. Please RSVP with your Admissions Counselor to let us know you’ll be attending!
We’re holding a daylong festival of music, art and TED-style science talks from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the Paul Smith’s College VIC. The Science, Art and Music Festival, or SAM Fest, is now in its fourth year. It will feature a mix of performances by North Country musicians and poets; science-oriented talks by faculty, students and guest speakers; exhibits of works by local artists; and a world premier showing of “Hidden Heritage,” a new documentary about the ancient human presence in the Adirondacks. For more information, visit the webpage.