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Join us for Husky Fest ’12, April 19-21

We’re celebrating our past 150 years—and looking forward to what’s next! Step inside the Pavilion, the heart of HuskyFest in Red Square, for live music, dance, art, exhibits and other presentations. Outside the Pavilion, stroll through Red Square Fair to experience an Earth Day celebration, mobile food trucks, giveaways and interactive booths featuring the latest University breakthroughs. Campus opens its doors to the community Saturday for a celebration highlighting some of the best the UW has to offer: lectures and labs, live science demonstrations, panel discussions, open houses, campus and student-led tours, museums and exhibits, sporting events and much more! Thank you to our 150th anniversary sponsors: T-Mobile, Microsoft, The Seattle Times and KING 5. Learn more at

Thursday, April 19 Pavilion and Red Square Fair 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Concert: 8 p.m.

Friday, April 20 Pavilion and Red Square Fair (Earth Day Celebration) 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Concert: 8 p.m.

Saturday, April 21 Pavilion and Red Square Fair 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Campus Open Houses: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Celebration Continues

April 11 Graduate School Public Lecture: Juan Enriquez, Founding Director of the Life Sciences Project at Harvard Business School. Kane 130

April 17 Graduate School Public Lecture: Chris Lintott, English astrophysicist, Director of Citizen Science at the Adler Planetarium. Kane 130.

April 19-21 HuskyFest, a multi-day festival featuring open houses, arts activities, athletic events, food stations, vendor booths and much more.

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The University of Washington’s 150th anniversary celebration isn’t just about the institution. It’s also about you. We invite you to share your memories, which will be considered for inclusion on the UW Timeline. To add your UW memory, go to

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