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Emory & Henry alumni birding

Alumni events are for the birds!

E&H alumni and friends have enjoyed outdoor events as a way to gather in a setting that feels healthier. Birding events have been scheduled in a variety of locations such as this one in Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond, Va.

Posted April 01, 2022

Emory & Henry alumni Upcoming Events

Join us in-person and join us online!

All details can be found at ehc.edu/alumni/events

Upcoming Online topics include: E&H’s Watershed Project, Casino Gaming, Harlem Renaissance, and more!

  • April 23: Birding at Seven Islands State Birding Park, Kodak, Tn
  • April 24: Horse-tail-gate: IDA National competition in Lexington, Va
  • April 28: Online E&H in the City
  • April 29: In-Person E&H in the City with “Beer and Blazers” service project
  • May 14: Tour of the E&H Intermont Equestrian Center
  • May 21: Birding in the C&O Canal National Park
  • July 23: Buzz Around the Bases at Pulaski’s Calfee Park
  • July 22-26: More Than A Vacation
  • Beginning Sept. 3: Tailgating in the new football conference (SAC)
  • October 1: Homecoming

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