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Meadow raking in the cultural reserve
Come and volunteer at Linnaeus' Hammarby! It is time to harvest the last vegetables and to prepare the forest meadows for winter by raking them and collecting and burning branches. Work side by side with experts on agrarian history and learn about 18th century farming. All helpers will be rewarded with hot dogs and soft drinks.
San Francisco - Theater night
The Uppsala University US Alumni Chapter in the SF/Bay Area invites it's members to attend the world premier of "Free For All: A New 'Miss Julie' For A New World".
Stefan Karpe speaks about the story and music of Stravinsky´s Petrushka, which The Royal Academic Orchestra performs in the Grand Auditorium of the University Main Building and in Gottsunda Centre on 26 October.
The Royal Academic Orchestra: Petrushka
The Royal Academic Orchestra performs Stravinsky´s Petrushka in Gottsunda Center and the University Main Building.
School holiday fun - plant a Christmas bulb
Start a bulb and make it blossom at Christmas. Plant it in a pot, create and decorate a cone which will provide darkness that will encourage the bulb to blossom. Suitable for ages 6 to 15, the Tropical Greenhouse.
Philosophy tea – Arundhati Roy
This autumn Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks