Student and Community Involvement's Guide to Events and Opportunities
YOUR GUIDE TO EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES AT FROSTBURG STATE
October 19, 2009
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AltarBoyz
Enjoying Altar Boyz Dinner Theatre

Delta Chi
Delta Chi  - The Boys are Back in Town

Bill & LUC girl
No! Don't  take my picture!

Pjs
Homecoming - Pajama Day

Fran at Altar Boyz
More Altar Boyz Dinner Theatre

Hypnotist
Hypnotized! by Hypnotist Gabriel Holmes

REgina
Regina Carter performs

Cello
Member of Regina Carter's Band

Ed Outreach
Regina Carter at the Educational Outreach

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Papparazi Perfect Men

pappa
Using the hallways for a practice runway

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More Papparazi Perfect Models
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The leaves are changing. It's already snowed. Homecoming is over and Halloween approaches. And Frostburg State is buzzing with events and opportunities for students, faculty and staff.

Some upcoming ones worth mentioning: track down FSU's ghouls and goblins with Ghost Hunter Ross Allison on Oct. 30, don your costume (required) for the Halloween Costume Party on Oct. 31; sign up for the Oxfam Hunger Banquet on Nov. 2; and finally, tap, tap, tap your way over to  Thank You, Gregory! on Nov. 4.

Photo above: Papparazzi Perfect takes a quick time-out from practice for a photo.

Calendar of Events

OCTOBER

20 > Rockband Tournament, 4pm - 11 pm, LUC
21 > Major Fairs, 11 am - 3 pm, LUC,
21 > Bobby Petrocelli, 7 pm, LUC, Free & Open to the Public
22 - 24  > Fall Dance Concert, 7:30 pm, Drama Theatre PAC, Admission
25 > CES Educational Outreach: Tap Dance Film Festival, Noon-8:15pm, 201 Lane University Center, FREE & Open to the Public
25 > UPC Off Campus Trip: Renaissance Festival, 8 am - 8 pm, PAC parking lot, Admission
25 > Bare - Eyed Sky Gazing, 4 pm & 7 pm, Tawes 302, FREE
27 >
Perception IQ, 7:30 pm, Dunkle 218, FREE
27 >
Vocal Studio Recital: Freshmen & Sophomore, 8 pm, PAC Pealer Recital Hall
28 > Tap Dance Workshop, 7 pm, Lane University Center Loft, Free and Open to the Public, Reservations required
29 > Vocal Studio Recital: Juniors & Seniors, 8 pm, PAC Pealer Recital Hall
30 > UPC Lecture: Ross Allison, Ghost Hunter, 8 pm -10 pm, ARMAH, FREE


NOVEMBER

1 > Telescopic Sky Exploring, 4 pm, Tawes 302, FREE
4 > UPC Creation Station : Stuff a Buddy, 10 am - 1 pm, LUC, FREE
4 > "Thank you, Gregory!", 7:30 pm , PAC Drama Theatre, Admission


Legend: ARMAH - Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall, CES - Cultural Event Series, LUC- Lane University Center, PAC - Performing Arts Center, UPC - University Programming Council
Student Activities

UPC Comedy Night:
Josh Copen and Andy Hendrickson

Wednesday, October 21 ~ 9:30pm
Lane University Center
Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall
Free & Open to the Public


Josh Copen is a  comic, who took his influences from such greats as Bill Cosby, Jerry Seinfeld, Dennis Miller among other local favorites, such as Eric Mcguire and Jesse Joyce. An evolving comic who's comedy has gone from noticing the mundane, every day stuff, to more and more comedy about his life, being single, dating, and being single again. The craziness of having friends working for the federal government, and confusing sexy woman in movies for men. And now reaching an "age that he creeps out younger women just by looking at them" He has worked clubs and colleges all over the East coast. Including the Funny Bone, the Improv, the Funny Farm, Junior's, A Bear's Place, Comedy Caravan as well as guest spots at clubs like Gotham and the Comedy Cellar in NYC.

Andy Hendrickson is a New York City based comedian and writer. In 2007, he was a showcase winner at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen where he earned a spot at TBS' The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. He has performed at well over 100 colleges and is a favorite headliner at comedy clubs across the country. Internationally, Andy has performed at clubs and festivals throughout Canada, England, Holland and Ireland, as well as throughout the Middle East to entertain the troops. He's had multiple appearances on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio and TV show and his CD, It's Ready, airs regularly on SiriusXM Radio. Free download if you join Andy's mailing list. Follow Andy on Facebook.

Ugly TruthUPC Feature Film
Ugly Truth


Friday, October 23 & Saturday, October 24 ~ 8:30 pm
201 Lane University Center
Free & Open to the Public

View The Ugly Truth Trailer
 

UPC Off Campus Trip:
Renaissance Festival

Sunday, October 30
Bus departs at 8 am from the Performing Arts Center Parking Lot
$10 - Sign up at the Lane University Center Information Center


Ghost Hunter Ross Allison
Friday, October 30 ~ 8 pm
Lane University Center
Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall
Free & Open to the Public

Do you believe in ghost? Have you seen a ghost? Are there ghost here on campus? Ghost Hunter Ross Allison will talk and show us some of his many experiences. Will we see any ghost here on campus?


Halloween Costume Party
Saturday October 31, 2009 ~ 10 pm - 2 am
Lane University Center
Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall
Free, but open to FSU students only

For more info, contact:
Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities
301.687.4049 I 237 Lane University Center
Cultural Events Series

Thank You Gregory"Thank You, Gregory!"
A Tribute to the Legends of Tap

Wednesday, November 4 ~ 7:30 PM
Performing Arts Center, Drama Theatre
$ Tickets Required


When actor-dancer Gregory Hines passed away in 2003, the world lost one of its most influential ambassadors for the art of tap dancing. "Thank You, Gregory!" is a tribute to Hines and other
legendary kings and queens of tap who put their souls into their "soles." The show celebrates such tap-dancing greats as The Nicholas Brothers, Fred Astaire, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Ruby Keeler, Ann
Miller and Dr. Jimmy Slyde. Eight world-class hoofers, three jazz
musicians and multimedia projections and narratives about the history
of tap come together to make "Thank You, Gregory!" an entertaining
and poignant salute to this great form of dance.

Add a Dinner Club!


Arts Outreach: Tap Dance Workshop
October 28, 2009 ~ 7:30 pm
Lane University Center Loft


Presented by Nicole Frost, this dance workshop will demonstrate how the "tap dance" has evolved from "Broadway style" to "rhythm tap" and the newest "jazz dance," since the early 1900's. This program is geared toward the beginner to intermediate tap dancer. Participants should wear comfortable clothing, bring tap shoes if possible, otherwise, wear shoes that will "click" and move easily on a wood floor. This program is FREE, but reservations are required. Please contact Melanie Moore at 301.687.7420 or cesoutreach@frostburg.edu.


Tap Dance Film Festival
Sunday, October 25, 2009
201 Lane University Center
Free & open to campus and community

Films shown:
Bojangles - Noon
Singin' in the Rain -  2Happy Feet pm
Save the Last Dance - 4 pm
- 6 pm
Happy Feet - 8:15 pm
FREE Download Happy Feet Poster
Watch the live Happy Feet Penguin Cam





Upcoming Event: Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird"

For more info, contact:
Mary Jane Plummer, Director of Cultural Events Series
235 Lane University Center I 301.687.3137
 
Leadership & Civic Engagement

Fall Fest
Sunday, November 1, 2009 ~ 6pm - 9pm
Frostburg Museum
69 Hill Street, Frostburg
Admission:
Non-perishable food item to be donated to the Frostburg Food Pantry

University Neighbors University Neighbors, an association of residents and property owners in the neighborhood adjacent to the Frostburg State University campus, is holding its annual Fall Fest in conjunction with the Frostburg Museum. Everyone is encouraged to come in costume.  There will be craft activities for children, pumpkin decorating coordinated by Delta Zeta Sorority, haunted museum tours complete with storytellers sharing ghost stories, a haunted house sponsored by Phi Mu Delta Fraternity, door prizes awarded throughout the evening, and refreshments for all including caramel apples. The fraternities and sororities from FSU will be participating in a pumpkin carving contest, with prizes awarded to the most creative entry.  University Neighbors sponsors the Fall Fest each year as a way of bringing together local residents of all ages with students from Frostburg State University, particularly those who live off-campus.  The event provides activities for all to enjoy and an opportunity for local residents and students to get to know one another.  Last year, approximately 100 people attended the Fall Fest.

For more information, contact any member of University Neighbors' Leadership Team:  Maxine Bond (301.689.5464), Lois Deasy (301.689.8082), Eleanor Miller (301.689.3572), Patrick O'Brien (240.580.4336), or Jeffrey Sellers (321.604.5920).    

For more info, contact:
Amy Carter, Director
301.687.4210 I 20 Braddock House 

Are you part of a student organization? Submit your events here.
 
Sincerely,
Robert N. Cooper
Director of Student Activities
Student & Community Involvement
101 Braddock Road 237 Lane University Center Frostburg, MD 21532