Cold weather got you down? Take some time out of your busy schedule to try to make it to some of this week’s many exciting events. It is Halloween after all! So get those costumes, pumpkins, and all things scary ready!
Here’s a quick look at events around campus this week:
Wednesday, October 29th 1-5pm
Pumpkin Carving and Caramel Apples in Hirst Lounge
Free Pumpkin carving, caramel apples, and plenty of candy! Come out and enjoy all things Halloween!
Sponsored by CAB
Thursday, October 30th 9pm-12pm
Halo-Halloween Pre-Bash at C.L.C.
21+ to drink with proper ID
Sponsored by F.A.S.A.
Friday, October 31st 2pm
2008 Pumpkin Launch Competition
Come out and see some of the best catapults this side of Medieval Europe hurl pumpkins across both space and time. Well, maybe not time, but it’s sure to be a fun way to start off your Halloween.
Friday, October 31st from 2pm-5pm
Celebrating the 10th Year of the Libraries’ Scare Fair
Music and Dance 2pm-4pm in ITS/Rush Rhees Library
Costumer Contest at 4pm-judgin categories: Scariest, Most Creative, best bang for the buck, Literary Figures, Best Group, and more! Prizes as well!
Limited number of tickets to be eligible for a Tower Tour, which is super awesome.
Free cider and donuts are also available in the library!
Friday, October 31st 4pm-6pm
Club Rochester in Salon D, The Meliora
Eat, meet and relax with the Center for Entrepreneurship on Halloween. Free frightfully delicious appetizers and ghoulishly good beverages. You won’t want to miss out on all of the fun!
Sponsored by Wilson Commons Student Activities, Students’ Association, and Dining Services.
Friday, October 31st 5pm
Fill Fauver with Women’s Soccer Vs. Washington!
Come support the Women’s Soccer team and enjoy cider, hot chocolate and donut holes!
Sponsored by 2011 Class Council. Fill Fauver sponsored by Student Government, Wilson Commons Student Activities, Dining Services, and the lovely people at Coke.
Friday, October 31st 7, 9, and 11pm
Cinema Group will be showing the great Halloween Classic:”Beetlejuice”
Tickets are $2(cash, flex, or candy corn payment accepted) for UR undergrads and $3 for all others. Tickets can be purchased at the door or at the Common market.
That’s it for this week folks. Go out there and support all the great groups putting on Halloween events, and don’t forget that you are never to old to dress up and get free candy!
Have a good week,
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