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What’s On at UWFox - August 2007

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The University of Wisconsin — Fox Valley

August 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

Wednesday, August 1

  • 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”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Great Space Chase”

Thursday, August 2

  • 4:30 – 6:30, “Open House” for adult students interested in getting more information about educational opportunities for themselves at UWFox; information at 832-2633, free and open to the public, with both drop-ins and reservations accepted.
  • 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.
  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Explorers of Mauna Kea”

Friday, August 3

  • 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
    • 2:00, “How Big is Big?
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine”

Saturday, August 4

  • 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, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”
    • 7:00, “KISS,” rock laser show
    • 8:00, Laser Zeppelin, “Whole Lotta Led” rock laser show
    • 9:00, Laser Pink Floyd, “Welcome to the Machine” rock laser show

Sunday, August 5

  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”

Monday, August 6

  • 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, August 7

  • 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.
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “Comet: Ice to Fire”

Wednesday, August 8

  • 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”
  • Barlow Planetarium matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Great Space Chase”

Thursday, August 9

  • 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.
  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Explorers of Mauna Kea”

Friday, August 10

  • 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.
  • 6:00 – 9:00, Reception for the artists displaying their work in the exhibit, “BRAÄTT: A Collaboration of Artists and Artwork,” held in the Bohrod Gallery; free and open to the public.
  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 2:00, “How Big is Big?”
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine”

Saturday, August 11

  • 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, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”
    • 7:00, “KISS,” rock laser show
    • 8:00, Laser Zeppelin, “Whole Lotta Led” rock laser show
    • 9:00, Laser Pink Floyd, “Welcome to the Machine” rock laser show

Sunday, August 12

  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Cinema presents, “Rabbit Proof Fence,” a film in the international film series offered by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, with optional discussion about the film after the film ends; room #1229; fee
  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”

Monday, August 13

  • 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 – 9:00, NEW World Cinema presents, “Rabbit Proof Fence,” a film in the international film series offered by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, with optional discussion about the film after the film ends; room #1229; fee

Tuesday, August 14

  • 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.
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “Comet: Ice to Fire”

Wednesday, August 15

  • 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”
  • Barlow Planetarium matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Great Space Chase”

Thursday, August 16

  • 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.
  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Explorers of Mauna Kea”

Friday, August 17

  • 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
    • 2:00, “How Big is Big?”
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine”

Saturday, August 18

  • 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, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”
    • 7:00, “KISS,” rock laser show
    • 8:00, Laser Zeppelin, “Whole Lotta Led” rock laser show
    • 9:00, Laser Pink Floyd, “Welcome to the Machine” rock laser show

Sunday, August 19

  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”

Tuesday, August 21

  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “Comet: Ice to Fire”

Wednesday, August 22

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Great Space Chase”

Thursday, August 23

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Explorers of Mauna Kea”

Friday, August 24

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 2:00, “How Big is Big?”
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine”

Saturday, August 25

  • 10:00 a.m. – 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”
    • 7:00, “KISS,” rock laser show
    • 8:00, Laser Zeppelin, “Whole Lotta Led” rock laser show
    • 9:00, Laser Pink Floyd, “Welcome to the Machine” rock laser show

Sunday, August 26

  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Cinema presents, “Mountain Patrol,” a film in the international film series offered by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, with optional discussion about the film after the film ends; room #1229; fee
  • 1:00 - 5:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 1:30, “The Celestial Zoo”
    • 2:30, “Peter and the Wolf”
    • 3:30, “The Leviathan of Parsontown: Irish Astronomy in the Victorian Age”

Monday, August 27

  • 7:00 – 9:00, NEW World Cinema presents, “Mountain Patrol,” a film in the international film series offered by the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, with optional discussion about the film after the film ends; room #1229; fee

Tuesday, August 28

  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “Comet: Ice to Fire”

Wednesday, August 29

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Great Space Chase”

Thursday, August 30

  • Noon - 4:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public matinee show
    • 2:00, “The Explorers of Mauna Kea”

Friday, August 31

  • Noon - 7:00, Weis Earth Science Museum open, featuring “Danger: Dinosaurs”
  • Barlow Planetarium public shows
    • 2:00, “How Big is Big?”
    • 7:00, “Beastie Boys” rock laser show
    • 8:00, “Sublime” (PG13) rock laser show
    • 9:00, “Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine”

Posted 07/25/2007