ECNAO (East Carolina Native American Organization) will be hosting our 23rd Annual Powwow on the campus of East Carolina University at Mingles Coliseum. This event is Free and open to the public.
Doors open to public at 11:00am
Grand Entry 12:00pm - 6:00pm
MC: E Keith Colston
Head Man: Dan Patrick
Head Lady: Jana Brook Freeman
Host Northern Drum: Blue Moon Singers
Host Southern Drum: TBA
AD: Ricky Burnett
We will have one special - 1-man...
Pirates Aboard! Admitted Student Day is geared specifically toward admitted students and their families.
Admitted students and their guests will participate in a full day of sessions, including time spent with their intended major faculty, advisors, and students; updates from financial aid, housing, dining, and student life; campus tours; and an opportunity to visit the different styles of residence halls. Additional information specific to...
Run or walk the certified 5K course on the ECU Health Sciences Campus and help support the ECU College of Nursing! All proceeds benefit ECU nursing students through the ECU Nursing Senior Class Scholarship Fund and the Linda Pynn Nurse Practitioner Scholarship Fund.
Jorge Richter, director, in a program featuring the world premiere of a new work by Mark Richardson; Jeremy Gill, concerto with Chris Grymes, clarinet; and Roydon Tse, winner of 10th Annual Orchestral Composition Competition. This event is free and open to the public. No ticket required.
This event will take place March 29-31. The Beggar's Opera-John Gay's groundbreaking English Opera Realized by: Benjamin Britten Tickets $20/public; $15/faculty, staff and Senior Citizen; $5/student. For tickets call 1-800-ECU-ARTS.
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Come on out to the NRC to join us for games, prizes, music, and food! We will have different prizes to give away all day, so make sure you stop by and enjoy the fun! There will also be kayaking available! Rain date is scheduled for 4/8.
A large outdoor celebration offering fun, food, art, and entertainment for all ages! 2015 marks the 9th annual event. Initially, PirateFest was established to celebrate ECU's Centennial and to create a signature community festival for Greenville.
The Center for Biodiversity's Earth Day Expo will feature interactive events for people of all ages. Various ECU researchers and local non-profit organizations will have displays and activities available on topics related to biodiversity. There will be live animals and plants, lab activities, natural history story times, and more! We will also have a special visitor this year – Sid the Science Kid from UNC TV’s Just for Kids! Kids from...