Winter Fun at the Plaza
A new, expanded lineup of winter activities comes to the Science Center Plaza this month, including the return of the popular Harvard Skate! Harvard Skate kicks off on Tuesday, January 27, at noon, with a live performance by 2012 Skate America silver medalist and Harvard College student Christina Gao. There will also be free hot chocolate and s’mores. This winter you can try your luck at curling and shuffleboard, take advantage of free skating lessons, warm up at the toasty fire pits, and grab lunch from the food trucks. More information and schedules are available at the Harvard Common Spaces website.

Check out the Center for Workplace Development courses

Universal Manager Training
Harvard Human Resources is introducing a new management training program: Universal Manager Training, designed for all University managers. Managers are key contributors to employee engagement and creating and maintaining a positive workplace environment. This program will provide training and tools to support manager effectiveness. Learn more about this important new development opportunity.

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Outings & Innings

Boston Ballet: ‘Lady of the Camellias’ @ Boston Opera House
Based on Alexander Dumas’ 19th-century French novel, which is also known as the inspiration for the movie “Moulin Rouge” and the opera “La Traviata.” Val Caniparoli’s “Lady of the Camellias” is the heartbreakingly compelling story of a tragic affair between a poor gentleman and a sought-after courtesan. Music by Fr├ęderic Chopin. Outings & Innings has discounted tickets for performances on February 27 and March 4.

Go to Outings & Innings for details and tickets.

Some events require appropriate Harvard ID access.