Cesar Chavez Action Rally
March 27, 2014
10:00am – 2:00pm
Cesar Chavez day is given to us as a day of service. To give back to our community as Cesar Chavez did. This rally is an opportunity to educate our campus so that we as a campus can walk away with a better understanding of what we can do to better our community as Cesar Chavez once did. We also want to provide an opportunity to educate students and community members of the respectful alternatives for celebrating Cesar Chavez weekend.
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Dance Gavin Dance w/ Icarus the Owl & Clouds on Strings
March 28, 2014
$12 Gen Advance
$15 Gen Door
Tickets will be available at the University Box Office
The facebook event page has more info on the concert and the bands performing.
More than an American Hero
March 28, 2014
Goal: Educating students with the respect of Cesar Chavez legacy as being an American hero. By learning through art pieces of other students vision of Chavez also to continue his message by fighting social injustices.
Contact: Cindy Renteria
Run for Respect
'Run for Respect, Harvest for Wildcats'
Saturday March 29th, 2014
Join us as we celebrate Cesar Chavez through physical activity and service with a 1.5K walk/roll or 5K fun run through campus. Enjoy snacks, activities and demonstrations from campus dance organizations. In honor of Chavez, please bring a package of grains or legumes to donate to the CSU, Chico Hungry Wildcat Program. Event cost is $10, participants may register at the WREC Front Desk. The first 30 participants registered get a free tee shirt.
Cats in the Community
March 31, 2014
Cesar Chavez Day
9 AM-1 PM
BMU Plaza, On West 2nd street side
Cats in the Community is a day of service in the community to honor Cesar Chavez. It’s a day where we show our respects to him by giving back to the community because he was all about giving back and improving the community. The day starts with some keynote speakers (Cesar Chavez’s daughter and her husband) that touch upon why we are volunteering and who Cesar Chavez was. Students then volunteer for 2-3 hours at 1 of the locations offered. Afterwards, students return for a reflection activity and then are welcome and encouraged to go to a pool party at the WREC where there will be food, prizes, and games.
Click below to sign up or visit the Associated Students homepage (Look for the Cats in the Community box).