Cultural Passport Series
The Friends of the Libraries, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, the JC Raulston Aboretum, and the College of Veterinary Medicine are offering their members access to unique cultural experiences across campus. Members of each of these organizations are invited to attend the signature events listed below at the membership rate.
We are in the process of planning online events for the 20/21 calendar year and will update this page as more details become available.
An Evening at the Gregg
Wednesday, March 4
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Gregg Museum of Art & Design
1903 Hillsborough Street
This special partnership brings together Friends of the Gregg, Friends of the Libraries, Friends of the Arboretum, and College of Veterinary Medicine to celebrate and share their passions for art, literature, nature, animals and science!
The registrar team has cooked up something special to highlight their role in maintaining the collection and to give guests a behind-the-scenes sneak peek to what their positions entail.
Come join us for a beautiful evening filled with great conversation, heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer & wine!
Free for Friends of the Gregg and Cultural Passport Series Members
RSVP required - space is limited
Yappy Hour and Cat Canapes Social
Thursday, April 30
College of Veterinary Medicine, Main Lobby
$30 per ticket / $45 for two tickets
As part of the NC State University Cultural Passport Series, we hope you will join us at the College of Veterinary Medicine for a Yappy Hour and Cat Canapes social event. Enjoy food provided by Ashley Christensen Events, Tito's Handmade Vodka and non-alcoholic drinks, tours and talks in our equine hospital and newly renovated anatomy and Turtle Rescue Team labs.
As you explore, discover why the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is one of the top places in the country to have all types of pets treated by veterinary specialists. Meet some of our amazing faculty and learn more about how their research is pushing the boundaries of innovation in not only animal medicine, but human medicine as well.