With a number of diverse events, Albion College students invite the community to celebrate the holiday season. All events are free unless otherwise specified.
Sunday, November 20: Kwanzaa. The Black Student Alliance celebrates with an educational program and dinner of traditional African and African-American foods. $3/advance, $4/at the door; contact Chrissey Jackson, . 4 p.m., Kellogg Center
Thursday, December 1: Albion College Tree Lighting features holiday music and reflections from Albion College Hillel, Black Student Alliance, Briton Singers, and others. 6 p.m., campus quadrangle, just north of the East Erie and Hannah Street intersection.
Thursday, December 1: Modern Languages Holiday Celebration. Students from French, German, Japanese and Spanish language classes present entertainments and culturally-related holiday activities. 7 p.m., Kellogg Center
Friday, December 2: Pottery sale. Albion’s art students offer dishware, vases and sculpture, unique and perfect for gift-giving. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Kellogg Center – just north of the East Erie and Hannah Street intersection.
Sunday, December 4: Lessons and Carols. Albion continues the centuries-old traditional English chapel service, centered around favorite Christmas hymns and carols. 7 p.m., Goodrich Chapel, East Michigan Avenue at Ingham Street.