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What’s On at UWFox - October 2007

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The University of Wisconsin — Fox Valley

October 1 - 31, 2007

  • For general information: 832-2600 or visit http://www.uwfox.uwc.edu/
  • Barlow Planetarium Starline: 832-2848
  • Weis Earth Science Museum info: 832-2925
  • Bohrod Art Gallery: 832-2626
  • Athletic Department: 832-2643
  • Theatrical Information: 832-2857

*All times are p.m. unless otherwise noted

*All Barlow Planetarium shows require an admission fee

*The Weis Earth Science Museum requires an admission fee

*Theatrical performances require an admission fee

Monday, October 1

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 4:00, UWFox soccer at UW-Washington County (West Bend).
  • 6:00, UWFox women’s volleyball at UW-Sheboygan.

Tuesday, October 2

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Wednesday, October 3

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 6:00, UWFox women’s volleyball hosts UW-Washington County in the UWFox Fieldhouse.

Thursday, October 4

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 4:00, UWFox soccer at UW-Marathon County (Wausau)
  • 6:00, UWFox women’s volleyball hosts UW-Rock County in the UWFox Fieldhouse.

Friday, October 5

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 7:00, Laser Zeppelin: “Whole Lotta Led” (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Dark Side of the Moon” (rock laser show)

Saturday, October 6

  • Noon - 4:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 10:00 a.m. - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 1:00, UWFox soccer hosts UW-Rock County at Whitman Park, Menasha; info at 832-2643.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “A Brief History of Time” (all ages astronomy show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
    • 5:00, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
    • 7:00, Laser Zeppelin: “Whole Lotta Led (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Dark Side of the Moon” (rock laser show)

Sunday, October 7

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Film Series presents, “My Left Foot,” sponsored by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, room #1229; info at 832-2671.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “A Brief History of Time” (all ages laser show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)

Monday, October 8

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Film Series presents, “My Left Foot,” sponsored by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, room #1229; info at 832-2671.
  • 6:00, UWFox women’s volleyball at UW-Fond du Lac.

Tuesday, October 9

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Wednesday, October 10

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 1:00, comedian Daniel Kinno, presented by the Campus Activities Board; Student Union, free and open to the public; info at 832-2671.
  • 6:00, UWFox women’s volleyball hosts UW-Marshfield in the UWFox Fieldhouse.
  • 7:00 – 9:00, comedian Chris Fonseca presented by the Campus Activities Board; free and open to the public; info at 832-2671.
  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”

Thursday, October 11

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Hanging by a thread, a kite’s view of Wisconsin,” photographic exhibit by Craig Wilson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”

Friday, October 12

  • Noon – 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 7:00, Laser Zeppelin: “Whole Lotta Led” (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Dark Side of the Moon” (rock laser show)

Saturday, October 13

  • 6:00 – 8:30, “e.a.t.s.,” (educational assistance through scholarships) fundraiser, presented by the UW-Fox Valley Foundation; food, beverages and silent auction; tickets and info at 832-2849.
  • 10:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “A Brief History of Time” (all ages astronomy show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
    • 5:00, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
    • 7:00, Laser Zeppelin: “Whole Lotta Led (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Dark Side of the Moon” (rock laser show)

Sunday, October 14

  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 3:00, UWFox soccer hosts Aurora University at Whitman Park, Menasha; info at 832-2643.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “A Brief History of Time” (all ages laser show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)

Tuesday, October 16

  • 6:30 – 9:00, “College Preview,” an opportunity for interested high school students, parents and adults to find out about the academic programs at UWFox; Student Union, free and open to the public; info at 832-2670.

Wednesday, October 17

  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 6:00 – 10:00, women’s volleyball regional conference collegiate tournament hosted by UWFox in the Fieldhouse.

Thursday, October 18

  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”

Friday, October 19

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 7:30 -  9:00, “Fall Concert,” presented by the Fox Valley Concert Band under the direction of Dr. Marc Sackman, assistant professor of music and band director at UWFox; Fine Arts Theatre, free and open to the public; info at 832-2625.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 7:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Welcome to the Machine” (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Hard Rock Halloween (rock laser show)

Saturday, October 20

  • 10:00 a.m. - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “Legends of Halloween
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
    • 5:00, “Legends of Halloween"
    • 7:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Welcome to the Machine” (rock laser show)
    • 8:00, Hard Rock Halloween (rock laser show)

Sunday, October 21

  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Film Series presents, “Mirch Marsala,” sponsored by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, room #1229; info at 832-2671.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “Legends of Halloween (all ages laser show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)

Monday, October 22

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon – 1:00, UWFox Scholars Series presents, “The Fox Cry Review and Poetry Reading,” hosted by the UWFox English department as a celebration of the campus’ annual publication of its literary review; free and open to the public, Fine Arts Theatre.

Tuesday, October 23

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Wednesday, October 24

  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Thursday, October 25

  • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 7:00 – 9:30, “Donate For Death,” a murder mystery presented by the UWFox Drama Club as Audience Participation Theatre; Student Union, admission fee; info at 832-2857.
  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public

Friday, October 26

  • Noon – 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • 7:00 – 9:30, “Donate For Death,” a murder mystery presented by the UWFox Drama Club as Audience Participation Theatre; Student Union, admission fee; info at 832-2857.
  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
  • 7:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Welcome to the Machine” (rock laser show)
  • 8:00, Hard Rock Halloween (rock laser show)

Saturday, October 27

  • 10:00 a.m. - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Noon – 4:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 7:00 – 9:30, “Donate For Death,” a murder mystery presented by the UWFox Drama Club as Audience Participation Theatre; Student Union, admission fee; info at 832-2857.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
  • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
  • 2:30, “Legends of Halloween”
  • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)
  • 5:00, “Legends of Halloween”
  • 7:00, Laser Pink Floyd: “Welcome to the Machine” (rock laser show)
  • 8:00, Hard Rock Halloween (rock laser show)

Sunday, October 28

  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows:
    • 1:30, “The Sky is Falling” (children’s astronomy show)
    • 2:30, “Legends of Halloween (all ages laser show)
    • 3:30, “Pirates of the Planetarium” (astronomy show)

Monday, October 29

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Tuesday, October 30

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public

Wednesday, October 31

    • Noon – 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs.”
    • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “Face First,” artistic exhibition featuring cast iron, brass and enameled iron using the human face as a source of imagery, by Rob Nielson, Assistant Professor of Art at Lawrence University; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

    Posted 09/28/2007