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WHEN: Thursday, November 15 12:30-2:00
WHERE: Natural Science Center
WHAT: Lunch and Information Provided!
*Limited seating, Hall Career Center Passport Event*
Student Activities Mock Vote has been moved to Monday, November 5th!
3rd Floor Webber Hall 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 5 - 6 p.m.
M&Ms or Skittles? Which will win?
Looking for your "DREAM JOB" but don't know how to get started? Sign up today for this great presentation by Deb Squire on how to find your "Dream Job"! Great tips on job searching, training opportunities, career information & much more!
When: Thursday, November 8, noon - 2 p.m.
Where: Natural Science Center
Sign up in the Hall Career Center- G202
*Lunch provided, Hall Career Center Passport Event*
Interested in playing on the Virginia Western Women's Basketball team? Email Takisha Basham at firstname.lastname@example.org. No experience
The new Student Open Gym hours will be Mondays from 3:00 - 5:00 PM in the Humanities gymnasium. The sport will be indoor soccer only and open gyms end December 3.
Fiber Artists Sit-In
Are you a fiber artist? Like to create art by knitting, crocheting, weaving, quilting, sewing, etc.?
Bring your project and have a fiber “sit-in” to celebrate the opening of the new art gallery exhibit Fabric and Fiber through the Ages!
Everyone welcome - Basic knitting instruction will be available for new or beginner knitters!
Thursday, November 1
Drop in any time between Noon and 5 p.m.
H212 – Humanities Building Art Gallery
Reception follows at 5 p.m.!
The Armed Forces Student Association will be planting a flag garden in the Arboretum in honor of Remembrance Day. One flag will be planted for each soldier that has been killed in theater since 9/11. This will be a fund and awareness-raising event. $1 will plant 1 flag. Proceeds will be donated to Bentley Conrad, 1-year-old son of Sgt. TJ Conrad.
Sgt. Conrad was killed in Afghanistan during a demonstration over the burning of Qurans earlier this year. His wife Holly moved to the Roanoke area so Bentley would grow up with his father’s family. We want to show them that we have not forgotten the sacrifices they have all made for our country.
Donations are being accepted on an on-going basis. There is a collection jar in the financial aid office, and more will be popping up around campus. We are planning to have all the flags planted during the entire month of November.
Donations may be made in honor or memory of any soldier, from any conflict. These particular donations will be recognized on a memorial wall in Chapman Hall, also during November.
For more information, please contact Michele Hilts at 857-7395 or email@example.com.
This weekend is your last chance to catch the Virginia Western Theatre's presentation of Mixed Nuts!
Mixed Nuts, is a comedy by Nancy Manera and Simon J. Donoghue What happens when a shy, aspiring writer from the Midwest comes to the Big Apple in search of fame and fortune? For Michael Caldwell, life becomes a series of hilarious encounters with the unpredictable residents of his dilapidated apartment house. Among them are Marshall Ryan, a commercial actor who specializes in portraying inanimate objects; Tanya Romanov, a Russian ballerina on the lam from the KGB; and Philomena Della Vecchia, a wisecracking actress. Phil may be the woman of Michael's dreams if he can just keep her quite long enough to tell her. To retain his own sanity, Michael retreats to his fantasies, only to find that the world of his imagination is even more nerve-wracking than the reality surrounding him!
- Friday, November 2 at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, November 3 at 8 p.m.
- Sunday, November 4 at 2 p.m.
Free admission - donations are appreciated