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Oct
15
Tue
TJ Maxx Parking Lot
04:00 pm
The Oxford Farmers Market is expanding to now include a TUESDAY evening market (in addition to the Saturday markets) throughout the summer. Stop by the TJ Maxx parking lot (550 S. Locust St.) from 4:0
Tuesday Farmers Market
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Oct
15
Tue
Books and Brews
05:30 pm
Enjoy Oxford's Tuesday night Pub Run Series is currently taking place on the front patio of Books and Brews (107 E. Church Street) every Tuesday. Schedule: 5:30 Arrive 5:40 Announcements 5:45 Run
Tuesday Night Pub Runs
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Oct
16
Wed
Knolls of Oxford
07:00 pm
League of Women Voters of Oxford is pleased to again host a candidate forum for those running for local elected offices. The forum will take place on Wednesday, October 16 at 7PM at Knolls of Oxford C
Candidate Forum
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Oct
18
Fri
Miami University
All-day
It's Family Weekend in Oxford, Ohio! This is the weekend Miami University parents come to visit their students on campus for three days of events. For more information, click here. 
Miami University Family Weekend 2019
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Oct
18
Fri
Uptown Parks
05:00 pm
Join Miami University's Asian American Association as they hold the annual Asian Cultural Festival uptown! This event is co-hosted by the Bangladesh Student Association. 
Asian Cultural Festival 2019
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Oct
18
Fri
Goggin Ice Center
07:05 pm
MU Ice Hockey Vs. Ferris State
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Oct
19
Sat
Uptown Parks
09:00 am
VENDOR APP: http://oxfordfarmersmarket.com/information-for-vendors/Every Saturday morning May thru Sept, Oxford Farmers Market Uptown is open 8am to Noon where around 40 vendors share their gifts with
Oxford Farmers Market
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Oct
20
Sun
The Interfaith Center
02:00 pm
The Interfaith Center at Miami University will be screening the environmental film, "Paris to Pittsburgh," courtesy of Interfaith Power & Light. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion an
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Tuesday, October 15
Cinema as Counter Word (MU Humanities)
15 Oct @ 05:00 pm | Irvin Hall 040
In addition to being an English Professor at the University of Peradeniya, Sumathy Sivamohan is also a filmmaker, poet, translator, actress and activist. She has published and presented on postcolonial literature and theory, women’s movements in Sri Lanka, and the performing arts (theatre and film). She is the author of Thin Veils: In the Shadow
MU Art Museum Program: Día de los Muertos: Reality & Myth
15 Oct @ 06:00 pm | Miami University Art Museum
Exhibition Talk Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): Reality & Myth Imix Hernandez De la Rosa, Spanish Instructor Department of Spanish & Portuguese Tue, Oct 15, 6 p.m. (Reception to follow) Cultural groups from around the world view death as a natural part of the human condition. Family members, loved-ones, and friends who have passed away are m
Wednesday, October 16
Toddler Time (Lane Library)
16 Oct @ 10:30 am | Oxford Lane Library
Ages 2 - 3 Explore fun stories, songs and rhymes in this interactive story time.*Participants must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
Thursday, October 17
Third Thursday Book Club (Lane Library)
17 Oct @ 03:00 pm | Oxford Lane Library
Join us for good books and lively conversation!   Oct 17 – The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea
World Archaeology Day Lecture with Morag Kersel (MU Humanities)
17 Oct @ 04:00 pm | Shriver Center's Dolibois Room
Professor Kersel is an archaeologist with a doctorate from the Department of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge and a master of Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia. Her research interests include the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age of the eastern Mediterranean and Levant, cultural heritage protection, the built environmen
Lecture by Tricia McDonough (MU Humanities)
17 Oct @ 04:15 pm | Bachelor Hall 337
Patricia McDonough is a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics at Indiana University who will discuss travel and research on a dialect in India. She was awarded a junior fellowship for 2018-2019 by The American Institute of Indian Studies to carry out her project, “Documenting the Structure of the Thangal Naga Language.” McDonough
Contemporary Art Lecture Series: Amy Schissel
17 Oct @ 05:50 pm | Art Building
Location: Art Building, Room 100 Increasingly, as we go about our 21st Century lives, we try to bridge the gap between spaces we see and navigate in the physical world and those we see and navigate in the online world. Taking from the conception of augmented reality, every physical, geographical space is "interpenetrated" with information, so all p
Friday, October 18
Family Story Time (Lane Library)
18 Oct @ 10:30 am | Oxford Lane Library
Ages 6 - under Stories, songs, finger plays and fun activities designed for preschoolers. Younger and older siblings welcome.
Asian Cultural Festival 2019
18 Oct @ 05:00 pm | Uptown Parks
Join Miami University's Asian American Association as they hold the annual Asian Cultural Festival uptown! This event is co-hosted by the Bangladesh Student Association. 
Saturday, October 19
Symposium: Illuminating the Past: Utilitarian Ceramics of the Ancient World
19 Oct @ All-day | Miami University Art Museum
Symposium: Illuminating the Past: Utilitarian Ceramics of the Ancient World Sat, Oct 19, 9 AM-5 PM ~ Miami University Art MuseumA Free - all day event featuring speakers and subject matter experts in the fields of Classics, Anthropology, Archeology, Religion and Art History for an up close look into the ancient ceramics (oil lamps and vessels) fr
Canoeing Basics (Hueston Woods)
19 Oct @ 02:00 pm | Marina at Hueston Woods
Meet at the Marina to learn canoeing basics and then take a guided canoe trip. Space is limited, sign up begins at the Marina at 10AM on Saturday. 
Sunday, October 20
Fossils Rock (Hueston Woods)
20 Oct @ 11:00 am | Nature Center at Hueston Woods
Meet at the Nature Center to view the layering rock beds that form our park! Collects fossils in the creek an dlearn about past and present aquatic life. Bring your vehicle; we will be driving to the creek.
Archery (Hueston Woods)
20 Oct @ 02:00 pm | Hueston Woods Archery Range
Meet at the Archey Range to learn the art of the bow. Equipment provided, beginner friendly. 
Film Screening and Panel Discussion: Paris to Pittsburgh
20 Oct @ 02:00 pm | The Interfaith Center
The Interfaith Center at Miami University will be screening the environmental film, "Paris to Pittsburgh," courtesy of Interfaith Power & Light. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP and reserve your FREE tickets, as seating is limited. The event is co-sponsored by Green Oxford
Wednesday, October 23
Toddler Time (Lane Library)
23 Oct @ 10:30 am | Oxford Lane Library
Ages 2 - 3 Explore fun stories, songs and rhymes in this interactive story time.*Participants must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
MU Art Museum Program: William Niven’s Mexico
23 Oct @ 01:15 pm | Miami University Art Museum
Exhibition Talk William Niven’s Mexico (1890-1910): Photograph as Document and Memorial Robert S. Wicks, Ph.D., Director Wed, Oct 23, 1:15 p.m. William Niven (1850-1927) was a mineralogist, mining engineer and pioneer archaeologist as well as an accomplished glass plate photographer. His unique images document his explorations as well as everyday
Thursday, October 24
Lecture by Marcia Bjornerud (MU Humanities)
24 Oct @ 05:00 pm | Heritage Room
Full event title: Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World Marcia Bjornerud is Professor of Geology and Environmental Studies at Lawrence University in Appleton. Bjornerud’s research focuses on the physics of earthquakes and mountain-building, and she combines field-based studies of bedrock geology with quantitative mode
Contemporary Art Lecture Series: Sarah Rose Sharp
24 Oct @ 05:50 pm | Art Building
Location: Art Building, Room 100 Artist and writer Sarah Rose Sharp talks about the multitudinous factors in creating a self-sustaining creative existence. Topics include definitions of success, scene etiquette, boundaries, freelance survival skills, reclaiming your time, community and self, and artistic values. These are field notes from the tre
Friday, October 25
Family Story Time (Lane Library)
25 Oct @ 10:30 am | Oxford Lane Library
Ages 6 - under Stories, songs, finger plays and fun activities designed for preschoolers. Younger and older siblings welcome.
Saturday, October 26
Make a Difference Day 2019
26 Oct @ 10:00 am | Uptown Memorial Park; Pavilion
On one day each year, we want to inspire the nation to make a difference. Make A Difference Day is one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide. No matter who you are or where you’re from, everyone has the power to do something that improves the life of another. Whether it’s starting a project that helps one person or working on
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