Arts, Events, and Speakers
Thursday, February 5
Workshop Mark Hardesty will present "Ages 3-13, Is There a Difference?" for the Parenting Series sponsored by Faculty and Staff Assistance. Noon-1 p.m., Kendall 207.
Anthropology Forum Antoinette Martinez, anthropologist from UC, Berkeley, will present a paper entitled "Native Resistance to Russian Colonialism on the Coast of California." 4 p.m., Ayers 120.
Friday, February 6
Biology Seminar M. Lee Goff, Entomology, from the University of Hawaii at Monoa speaks on "Dr. Maggot & Mr. Worm: Entomology in Criminal Investigations." Coffee reception 3:30 p.m., Holt 171; speaker, 4 p.m., Holt 170.
|Cellist Jan-Erik Gustafsson|
Saturday, February 7
Outdoors Hike a section of the Pacific Crest Trail Snowshoe. 8 a.m. Cost: $22-30. y
Event Chico Symphony Benefit Concert features flutist Gina Im and several faculty members at their annual scholarship fund-raiser. Advance tickets: $8-15. 8 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre. t
|The Glass Menagerie|
Sunday, February 8
Play On! Celebrating the Beauty of Life and Art will honor the late Harlen Adams. The ceremony includes contributions by Prime Timers, Enloe Hospital, and PFLAG, performances in music, dance, and theatre, and a special edition of Readers Theatre. 2 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre.
|Jazz pianist Billy Taylor|
Monday, February 9
Lecture David Card, former Assistant Secretary of Labor, will speak on "Economic Benefits of Education." Sponsored by the Department of Economics. 7 p.m., Glenn 212.
Tuesday, February 10
Workshop "Low Fat Is Where It's At," a two-part workshop of the American Heart Association presented by Faculty and Staff Assistance. Noon-1 p.m., Kendall 209.
Wednesday, February 11
Discussion Jim Jacob, dean of Behavioral and Social Sciences, speaks on "We're All in This Lifeboat Together" for Conversations on Diversity, sponsored by CMGS. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.
Thursday, February 12
History Lecture Robert Cottrell, History, will present "Unveiling the Living and the Dead: Biographies of Twentieth Century American Reformers and Radicals" revealing the secrets of the biographer referring to his work on Izzy Stone, E. Nicholas Comfort, and Roger Nash Baldwin. Public welcome. 7 p.m., Ayres 120.
Saturday, February 14
Outdoors Ice Cave cross country ski trip. Explore two lava tube caves with a year-round ice floor. 8 a.m., Cost: $20-28. y
Event The New Pickle Family Circus. Family entertainment combining circus, theatre, and vaudeville. Tickets: $12. 2 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. t
Music Choral Pops Concert presents Hollywood on Parade! celebrating an evening of musical favorites. Advance tickets: $11. 7:30 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre. t
Sunday, February 15
Music Spring Organ Concert features David Rothe, students, and colleagues performing harpsichord works
by Bach. 3 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre. t
Last Day to add or drop classes without special permission of instructor and department chair and to receive financial credit for refund of fees. Students will need a serious and compelling reason to add and drop classes after this date and must use the COP process.
Wildcat Athletics s
Thursday, February 6
Softball UC, Davis; 1:30 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.
Friday, February 7
Softball CSU, Hayward; 1 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.
Thursday, February 12
Baseball Cal Poly, Pomona; 7 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.
Friday, February 13
Basketball CSU, Hayward; women's 6 p.m.; men's 8 p.m., Shurmer Gym.
Baseball Cal Poly, Pomona; 1 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.
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