- February 2: Beyond Auschwitz: The Unknown Holocaust. Dr. Chris Molnar will discuss some of the features of the Holocaust that are not well known, as well as the most recent discoveries in Poland. Register on the Cromain Library website.
- February 6: Whaley Historic House Museum Presents History Happy Hour: Food in America's Gilded Age by Jason Botz. Enjoy a night of fun Gilded-Age food facts! Visitors will learn about available ingredents, class dietary differences, and what it took to pull off a fancy dinner party. Doors open at 6:30pm and the lecture starts at 7:00pm. You must be 21 to attend. Admission is $5 plus the cost of beverages. members get in free. Reservations are highly recommended, call (810) 471-4714.
- February 7: William G. Thompson House Museum & Gardens, Hudson, Michigan. Prof. Thomas Henthorn will give a presentation on Factories in the Farmland, An Industrial History of Hudson Michigan at 4:00pm
- February 14: 2015-2016 Scholarship deadline.
- February 14: Priority deadline for 2015 Spring/Summer Aid
- February 20 and 21: How to Meditate and Why You Should by Rev. George "Kosho" Finch. You are invited to learn more about meditation, how to begin a meditation practice, and more importantly, why you should consider making time in a busy life for meditation. Friday, February 20 at 1:00pm in 251 FH and Saturday, February 21 at 1:00pm in Michigan Rooms A-B.