Saturday, April 06, 2019

  • thePoint After Dark (Recurring Event)

    Neptune 158: Multipurpose Room

    A weekly party for UCF students. Hosted by thePoint. thePoint After Dark is a healthy nightlife option for the UCF community. thePoint After Dark occurs every Friday (except during Breaks) in the Neptune Multipurpose Room from 10pm to 1am, with different themes from week to week. Visit www.studenthealth.ucf.edu/crc to view the schedule with themes.

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  • Adaptive Surf Trip

    Recreation and Wellness Center

    Get a chance to experience adaptive surfing! UCF encourages inclusion of all abilities, and this exciting trip gets you surfing the waves and having fun at the beach without experienced guides. OA will teach you the basics of surfing, no experience necessary! Learn more here: http://rwc.sdes.ucf.edu/programs/outdoor-adventure/trips

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  • Flights of Fancy: Joy Postle’s Birds (Recurring Event)

    John C. Hitt Library: main floor

    Artist, Poet and Entertainer Joy Postle was one of Florida's pioneering Naturalists, but perhaps is best known for her entertaining and educational stage shows titled "Glamor Birds" in which she would paint Florida's birds while sharing bird songs, music and poetry. This exhibit highlights some of her bird painting and poetry.

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  • Guided Meditation (Recurring Event)

    RWC @ Knights Plaza

    Learn how to just be. This class for students and RWC members. It introduces the basics of meditating and offers different guided meditations each week.

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  • The Last Paving Stone: Theatre for Young Audiences

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Pugh Theater

    Everyone is celebrating the placement of the last paving stone covering the last unpaved patch of ground on the planet—that is, everyone except Ito, a girl with ears so big she can hear the ground talking. Everyone else thinks Ito’s “sound from the ground” is her attempt to justify her humiliatingly large ears. Even Jassmin, a lass with a nose ...

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  • English Couples Introductory Workshop

    Marriage and Family Research Institute

    Project Harmony offers a series of workshops to the community at no cost on relationship education, vocational development, and finances/budgeting. Childcare up to the age 12 and food is included. To learn more or to schedule, call us at (407) 823-1748 or visit our website at https://mfri.ucf.edu/learn-about-us/research/current-projects/

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  • Why Write? Writing & Rhetoric as Dialogic Art

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: DeVos Family Room

    Why Write? Writing & Rhetoric as Dialogic Art Saturday, April 6 at 4:30 pmDeVos Family RoomTickets: Free event, ticket required Faculty and students from the UCF Department of Writing and Rhetoric highlight the importance of writing and visual rhetorics to building community and promoting social justice. Contribute to our “Why Write?” board and hear from undergrad and graduate students about ...

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  • Tableaux Vivants (Recurring Event)

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Della Phillips Grand Lobby

    A festival favorite, “Living Art” returns to Dr. Phillips Center! 160+ School of Visual Arts & Design students collaborate to recreate famous artworks and model as the subjects in life-size paintings under the creative direction of Debi Starr. Learn more about the event and reserve your tickets here. UCF Celebrates the Arts is an annual showcase of creativity, innovation and ...

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  • Titanic: The Musical (Recurring Event)

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Walt Disney Theater

    Titanic: The Musical Friday, April 5 & Saturday, April 6, 7:30 pm - 10:00 pmWalt Disney Theater | Tickets: $5-50 Tickets will be available February 21 at noon The UCF Symphony Orchestra and Theatre UCF bring an epic story to life. Yeston and Stone’s Tony Award-winning musical Titanic tells the stories of real passengers aboard the legendary doomed steamer—the workers ...

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  • Project Spotlight presents First Miss

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Pugh Theater

    First Miss is a full-length play that follows Michele and Grant from their “emotionally sweaty” prom dance floor to the dumpster-fire days of their early twenties as they try to figure out why rom-coms make first kisses look so deceptively simple. Written by UCF alumnus Sarah Schreck, First Miss is a touching story of friendships, first loves and what it ...

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  • Life/Ways: The Life Stories We Lived and Imagined

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: DeVos Family Room

    Life/Ways: The Life Stories We Lived and Imagined Saturday, April 6, 2019, 8:00 pmDeVos Family Room Life/Ways is a personal interactive storytelling project where students create two short digital narratives: A video that combines voiceover audio, images, video and/or audio, and the other an interactive narrative focusing on a “what if” scenario where their lives might have gone differently. Learn ...

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