Public meeting, committee for Alone Community Cemetery, also known as Bethany Cemetery, to elect trustees, Bethany Lutheran Church, 1320 Bethany Road, Lexington.
Concert, Wonder and Nothin’ Fancy, to benefit Rockbridge Area Hospice; advance tickets, $12, available at RAH office or Maury River Senior Center; tickets at the door, $15.
Free income tax assistance, Rockbridge Regional Library; for information or to make an appointment, call 464-3091.
Lecture, “Media, Politics and Washington: An Evening with Ray Suarez,” a senior correspondent for NPR’s “The News Hour,” Stackhouse Theater, Elrod Commons, W&L.
Talk, “Why is Death Bad for You?” Shelly Kagan, Leyburn Library, W&L.
Veterans benefits assistance from the Virginia Department of Veterans Service, Lexington VFW.
Meeting, La Leche League, conference rooms of the Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital; for more information, call 463-9234 or (540) 862-9718.
Presentation, “The American Economy – A Review,” Ray Blouin, Maury River Senior Center.
Talk, “Lessons from Latin America for the Global Environmental Movement,” Timothy Shenk, Northen Auditorium, Leyburn Library, W&L.
Old Time Music Jam, Virginia Horse Center
Author talk, Judy Light Ayyildiz, author of “Forty Thorns,” reception to follow, Rockbridge Regional Library
Winter Choral Concert, featuring Cantatrici and Men’s Glee Club, Wilson Concert Hall, W&L; tickets are free, but required, call Lenfest box office.
Talk, artist Stacey Davidson on her Staniar Gallery exhibit, “Make Up,” Wilson Hall’s Concert Hall, Lenfest Center, W&L.
Lecture, “The Importance of Fault-related Folding in Deformation of the Earth’s Crust,” Christopher D. Connors, Northern Auditorium, Leyburn Library, W&L.
Keynote address for Media Ethics Institute, “Going Native: Will branded sponsored content turn journalism into ‘leagues of cacophony?’” Christopher Graves, , Stackhouse Theater, Elrod Commons.
Music and dance, Friday Nite Band, Clark’s Old Time Music Center, Raphine.