Arts, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, September 4

La Cage Aux Folles Chico State's seventh annual "Labor Day musical" continues its run of this year's selected off-broadway production, featuring veteran actors Fred Stuart in a farewell performance and Rob Greene, returning from New York for the lead role. Don't miss this Tony Award-winning play with its magnificent costumes, jazzy music, and comic yet touching storyline. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. Reserved Tickets: $10-20. (t)

Lecture The Anthropolgy Department presents "Forensic Anthropology and the FBI-ERT," given by Professor Turhon Murad. 4 p.m., Ayres 120.

Friday, September 5
La Cage Aux Folles 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. (t)

Concert, Papa Nata entertainment on the green with a funky world beat. 1 p.m., Rose Garden. (#)

Outdoors Do the Trinity on a raft with Adventure Outings. This river is great for beginners who want a little excitment with great scenery. Leave 5 p.m. Friday; return 8 p.m. Sunday; cost $29-37. (y)

Open House IBM Computer Networks Laboratory open house sponsored by Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology in cooperation with the Center for Regional and Continuing Education; 2-4 p.m., 1st floor of O'Connell.

Saturday, September 6
La Cage Aux Folles 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. (t)

Event Master's student Carol Menke is featured as a classical vocalist for tonight's recital, 7:30 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre.

Sunday, September 7
La Cage Aux Folles Last performance. 2 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. (t)

September 8-10
Seminar Adventure Outings offers First Aid and CPR training and certification with the American Red Cross. 6-11 p.m.; cost $35-45. (y)

Wednesday, September 10
Concert Venture into the realm of the Imps as AS. Programming continues its Second Annual Noon Concert Series. 1 p.m. Free Speech Area. (#)

Lecture Robert Hastings provides an insightful talk on "UFO's: The Hidden History" by utlilizing secret documents now made public with the Freedom of Information Act. Has there really been a massive cover-up? 8: p.m., Garden Cafe. (#)

Friday, September 12-14
Outdoors Trinity River Rafting trip with Adventure Outings (see above for details). Or mountain bike from Burney Falls to Big Bend under clear mountain skies and with hot springs. Leave 6 p.m.; cost $35-45. (y)

Saturday, September 13
Event Jammin' Ammin Jammin' Almond Festival, an arts, crafts, and music celebration featuring the music of several artists, including Joe Louis Walker and the Bosstalkers and Randy Hansen with a tribute to Jimi Hendrix. Advance tickets $10-$15 ($3 more at the door), available at the University Box Office. Doors open at 1 p.m. Music starts at 2 p.m. University Football Stadium. (t)

Outdoors Experience the Pacific Crest Trail, the Mexico to Canada hikeway, with Adventure Outings. This popular 7-mile hike is only a 50-mile drive from Chico. Leave at 8 a.m.; cost $20-26. (y)

Tuesday September 16
Event John Densmore, author of Riding On the Storm and ex-band member of the Doors, presents a mixed media experience focusing on his time with the Doors, the Sixties, and Now. 7:30 p.m., $3-5, Laxson Auditorium. (t)

Wednesday, September 17
Concert The best of Celtic music in Chico with the Pub Scouts. Noon. Free Speech Area. (#)

Wildcat Athletics

Friday and Saturday, September 5-6
Volleyball 8-10:55 a.m.; Tournament, 8-9:55 a.m., Acker Gym. (s)

Wednesday, September 10
Soccer Women's; Willamette, 11 a.m.-5:50 p.m., soccer field. (s)

Saturday and Sunday, September 13-14

Soccer Women's; West Coast Classic, 8 a.m.-7:55 p.m., soccer field. (s)

Academic Calendar

Friday, September 5
Last day to add or drop classes without special permission of instructor and department chair and receive financial credit for a refund. Classes dropped must go through the COP process and will not qualify for a refund.

(y)Adventure Outings
(#)AS. Programming
(s)Athletic Information
(t)University Box Office

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