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Erskine Alumna – Mrs. Stani Day

Carson Performance Hall (Memorial Auditorium) 1 Bonner Street, Due West, SC, United States

Title:  How to Present Yourself: Communication Skills for Presentations, Interviews, and Beyond Description: In this one-hour interactive event, Stani Day will teach you the skills and strategies to elevate the 3 C’s of your communication and presentation skills: Confidence, Connection, and Credibility. Specifically, you will learn how to overcome the effects of adrenaline during presentations…

Jubilant Fields and Captivated Heights

Bowie Arts Center 2 Bonner Street, Due West, SC, United States

Original landscape paintings by artists Alyssa Martin, Zakhar Somov, and Brian Hibbard. Featuring photographs by Steve Sniteman. Open weekly Wednesday-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. For more information, visit the Bowie Arts Center website.Opening Night Saturday, March 9, 6:00-8:00 p.m.Alumni Day Special Reception Saturday, April 13, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Alumni Day

Relive your Erskine experience with good friends on Erskine's campus April 13. View a full schedule of events here!

2nd Annual Flower & Garden Show

Erskine Mall 2 Washington Street, Due West, SC, United States

Held on Erskine’s picturesque campus in the foothills of Upstate South Carolina, Erskine’s flower and garden show features plenty of activities for the whole family: gardening workshops, outdoor vendors, plant sales, learning and craft opportunities for children, and more! For more information, please click here!

The Impact of the Scottish Enlightenment: A Study Tour

Join Erskine President Dr. Steve Adamson and First Lady Mrs. Von Adamson on a tour of Scotland. See the beauties of Scotland and discover the impact of the Scottish Enlightenment on education, government, law, theology, and more. Trace the movement’s influence on Ebenezer Erskine, founder of the Associate Presbyterian Church (precursor to the ARPC). Explore…

Livingstone & Stanley: A Play by David Payne

Carson Performance Hall (Memorial Auditorium) 1 Bonner Street, Due West, SC, United States

“Livingstone & Stanley” is a play about the remarkable life of 19th century explorer and missionary Dr. David Livingstone (played by David Payne). Central to his story are his Christian faith, his mission in Africa, and the challenges, failures, and triumphs he faced. Through Livingstone’s life, we begin to understand the price that is paid when one…

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