10 things to do this week: April 17 edition

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Greetings to all of you lovely people! April is flying by and blessing us with beautiful warm sunshine, so celebrate springtime with our super fun events this week. Earth Day is this Saturday so give your thanks to our planet. I am Sarah Ellsworth: IPHY major, Boulder native, and event connoisseur, writing to you from the comfort of beautiful CU Boulder on all of your weekly opportunities for community involvement, educational whatnot, and supreme fun. As always, have a fabulous week.Wednesday, April 19Just in Time Career Fair. Career Services brings you this spring’s biggest career fair, which will feature tons of companies looking to hire for positions before the end of the semester- particularly companies in the tech industry. Bring a resume, dress classy and come to the UMC Ballroom between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. to find the job you’ve been waiting for. All are welcome and this event is totally free. Just in Time Career FairPeter and the Starcatcher. Be sure to catch this fun and lively play in the University Theater at 7:30 p.m. This is the story of how Peter Pan became who he was and how he got to Neverland, featuring pirates, adventure and friendship. If you love university theatrical productions, then you’ll want to see this latest one in a long line of fantastic plays. Tickets start at $19. Peter and the StarcatcherJazz Combos. If, like me, you love swinging, old-time big band jazz, then don’t miss out on Jazz Combos in the Old Main Chapel from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Bring a date to this free concert to get your fill of culture and show off your good taste in music. These small combo groups pack some serious skill and play a great range of jazz. Jazz CombosThursday, April 20Campus Sustainability Summit and Awards Ceremony. Come and learn about some of the latest and greatest sustainability initiatives here on the CU Boulder campus, which leads the nation in sustainability. From 9 a.m. to noon in the UMC, you can attend the sustainability presentation, followed by a delicious lunch and award ceremony from noon to 1:30 p.m. Be sure to register online before you go! Sustainability SummitSexpressions. The Women’s Resource Center hosts this incredible talent show and night of fun in UMC 235 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Sexpressions is a celebration of sex and gender featuring a number of talented performers including Denver cabaret Clocktower Clockettes. There will also be food, games and friends at this free event, which is open to everyone. SexpressionsThursday Night Cruiser Ride. Ever since 1992, Boulder has celebrates beautiful Thursday nights with a huge cruiser bike ride around the city. The cruiser ride celebrates the dawn of the warm season, and hundreds of people meet at Scott Carpenter Park at 7:30 p.m. The theme this week is hippies so dress appropriately! Make sure your bike is equipped with lights and don’t forget the bug spray. Cruiser rideFriday, April 21Radio Prom. With all of the cheesiness of prom, including the 90s music, Radio Prom is Club 156’s second chance at prom for you. Don your formal attire, secure a date, practice your awkward dance moves and come to Club 156 from 8 p.m. to midnight. There will be food and drink and lots of high school flashbacks so don’t miss out! Radio PromSaturday, April 22 (Happy Earth Day!)Badminton lesson. Badminton is super fun, and if you don’t believe me than you’ve clearly never tried it. To get on top of your game, join in the Rec Center’s free lesson from 1 to 3 p.m. Grab a friend, solidify your skills, and show ‘em all how it’s done. Equipment is provided. Badminton lessonGlobal Warming Demystified. If you want to brush up on your knowledge of global warming and learn more about the science behind the reality, then come by Fiske Planetarium at 7 p.m. Expert Jeffrey Bennett will be there to educate you, answer your questions and inspire you to act in a more Earth-friendly manner. Tickets are $10. Global Warming DemystifiedSunday, April 23Yoga in the Dome. Celebrate your body as part of the natural world today in Fiske Planetarium from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. with yoga under the dome. 360-degree images of nature will be screened on the dome all hour long to enhance your meditation and yoga practice. Yogis of all levels and experience are welcome, but just remember to bring your own mat. Tickets are $20. Yoga in the Dome Published: April 17, 2017 center_img Categories:Things to DoCampus Communitylast_img read more

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