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What’s On at UWFox - July 2007

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The University of Wisconsin — Fox Valley

July 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

Registrations are presently being accepted for the UWFox Summer Youth Programs

Call 832-2636 for information about:

  • “College For Kids,” July 9-13, 1:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. (grades 3-6)
  • “Mindstorms Mission,” with three levels of sessions in July and August (grades 6-8)
  • “Grandparents’ U at UWFox,” August 2 and 3, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (one grandparent and one grandchild)
  • “Middle School University,” July 23-27, 1:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. (grades 6-8)

More information at: http://www.uwfox.uwc.edu/conted/youthprogramming.html

Call 832-2848 for information about:

  • “Wisconsin Space Academy,” with four levels and sessions available in July (levels 1, 2, and 3: grades 4-7; level 4: grades 5-8)
  • “Wisconsin Earth Academy,” with sessions available in July (grades 4-6)

More information at:http://www.uwfox.uwc.edu/wesm/summercamp07.html

Sunday, July 1

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show

Thursday, July 5

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

Friday, July 6

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) – rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Ozzfest Assault” – rock laser show

Saturday, July 7

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show
    • 7:00, “KISS” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Whole Lotta Led” – Led Zeppelin laser show
    • 9:00, “Welcome to the Machine” – Pink Floyd laser show

Sunday, July 8

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show

Tuesday, July 10

  • 3:30 – 7:00, “Open House” for adults (21 and over) interested in starting college, transferring to UWFox, or re-entering college; hosted by the Student Services staff; info at 832-2620.

Wednesday, July 11

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

Thursday, July 12

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

Friday, July 13

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) – rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Ozzfest Assault” – rock laser show

Saturday, July 14

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show
    • 7:00, “KISS” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Whole Lotta Led” – Led Zeppelin laser show
    • 9:00, “Welcome to the Machine” – Pink Floyd laser show

Sunday, July 15

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 7:00 - 9:30, NEW World Cinema in room #1229, “Character,” a 1997 film from the Netherlands, rated R; presented by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, info at 882-4056.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
  • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
  • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
  • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show

Monday, July 16

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 7:00 - 9:30, NEW World Cinema in room #1229, “Character,” a 1997 film from the Netherlands, rated R; presented by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, info at 882-4056.

Tuesday, July 17

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public

Wednesday, July 18

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”

Thursday, July 19

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring, “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Friday, July 20

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; 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, “Beastie Boys” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) – rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Ozzfest Assault” – rock laser show

Saturday, July 21

  • Noon - 4:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show
    • 7:00, “KISS” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Whole Lotta Led” – Led Zeppelin laser show
    • 9:00, “Welcome to the Machine” – Pink Floyd laser show

Sunday, July 22

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show

Monday, July 23

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Tuesday, July 24

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Wednesday, July 25

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

 

Thursday, July 26

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Friday, July 27

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) – rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Ozzfest Assault” – rock laser show

Saturday, July 28

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Noon - 4:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show
    • 7:00, “KISS” – rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Whole Lotta Led” – Led Zeppelin laser show
    • 9:00, “Welcome to the Machine” – Pink Floyd laser show

Sunday, July 29

  • 1:00 – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • 7:00 - 9:30, NEW World Cinema in room #1229, “Rabbit Proof Fence,” a 2002 film from Australia, rated PG; presented by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, info at 882-4056.
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “Many Stars, Many Stories” - children’s star show
    • 2:30, “Laser Classic Hits” - family laser show
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age” – feature show

Monday, July 30

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.
  • 7:00 - 9:30, NEW World Cinema in room #1229, “Rabbit Proof Fence,” a 2002 film from Australia, rated PG; presented by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, info at 882-4056.

Tuesday, July 31

  • 10:00 a.m. – 7:00, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” with two-dimensional and three dimensional art by local artists John Nebel, Lynn Ann Sauby, Kyle Jenks, Karla Lauden, Shannon Farrey, Sarah Boge, Michio Sand Giles, Cal Jones, Tom Grade, Frank Zetzman, and Paula Peterson; Bohrod Gallery, free and open to the public.

Posted 06/29/2007