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UWGB Pow Wow

This year will officially mark the 18th Annual Spring Powwow, with the theme “Honoring the Family.”  The ISC UWGB Annual Spring Powwow serves as a vital cultural awareness and educational acidity to bring campus and the surrounding communities of the greater Green Bay area together.  The powwow provides authentic opportunities within one aspect of Native American culture for all students, faculty, staff, and community members.  The Grand Entry is a sight to behold – when the color guard and dancers line up to enter the powwow arena in all their colorful regalia.  Grand entries are at 1 pm and 7 pm.  There is also a free feast with authentic Native American foods for all powwow attendees at 5 pm in the Mauthe Center.  Come to experience the sights, hear the sounds, taste the foods, be a This year will officially mark the 18th Annual Spring Powwow, with the theme “Honoring the Family.”  The ISC UWGB Annual Spring Powwow serves as a vital cultural awareness and educational acidity to bring campus and the surrounding communities of the greater Green Bay area together.  The powwow provides authentic opportunities within one aspect of Native American culture for all students, faculty, staff, and community members.  The Grand Entry is a sight to behold – when the color guard and dancers line up to enter the powwow arena in all their colorful regalia.  Grand entries are at 1 pm and 7 pm.  There is also a free feast withpart of the community, and celebrate the fun of this event.  Free and open to the public.

Link for more information: http://news.uwgb.edu/log-news/releases/04/18/2015-uw-green-bay-pow-wow-set-for-april-25/

ResFest

3pm Kickoff
3-5pm Kickball and volleyball tourney
4-5pm Dunk Tank
5-6pm Picnic lunch for first 300 people.
6-7pm Bingo by RHAA
7-8pm Glow Games
8-11pm Glow Dance

Sponsored by Residence Life.  Contact Jeff at willemsj@uwgb.edu with questions.

Tapped the Movie

Screening Tapped the Movie about the bottled water industry. This is in cooperation with the SGA Union and Dining Committee following the passage of the Bottled Water Resolution.

Sponsored by SGA Union and Dining Committee.  Contact Allison at lemaam17@uwgb.edu with questions.

Fox and Wolf Rivers Cleanup Projects

Join the Ducks Unlimited Chapter at UW-Green Bay when Jessica Schultz of the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance comes to talk about the efforts to remediate locally polluted rivers.

Sponsored by Ducks Unlimited.  Contact Evan at mille24@uwgb.edu with questions.

Softball Tournament

Please see Casey Pivonka at the Kress Events Center for information and to sign up for the tournament.

UWGB Earth Week 2015

PEAC with many other supporters from campus are putting on a week long program in support of Earth Week check out the list of events below!
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UWGB Clothing and Household Swap

Free items for all students/employees: great household and clothing for all ages (clean and in good condition). Pick out what you want for free, donations welcome but not mandatory

Sponsored by the Pride Center.  Contact Stacie at christis@uwgb.edu with questions.

Circle K Spring Bash

Looking for a fun way to enjoy the warm weather? Cook-out, games, music, and giveaways all for only $5 at the Circle K Spring Bash! You’re not going to want to miss it!

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Sponsored by Circle K.  Contact Michelle at mcchml01@uwgb.edu with questions.

Civic Engagement Development Presentation

Join PHD Club for a special presentation by Dr. Connie Flanagan from UW Madison. Dr. Flanagan will be presenting her research and work within civic engagement development.

Sponsored by Psychology and Human Development Club.  Contact  Katy at dollkv25@uwgb.edu with questions.

Volunteer Day

Contact Jeff Willems at Willemsj@uwgb.edu to get your free t-shirt and volunteer at your choice of available locations.
4:00pm on Wednesday April 15th, 2015

Sponsored by Residence Life.