Arts, Events, and Speakers
Thursday, April 9
History Lecture "On the Trail of the Red Count: Fact, Fiction, and Fantasy in the Life of Count Harry Kessler, 1868-1937." Laird Easton, whose field is modern European history, lectures from his forthcoming book, The Red Count: The Life and Times of Harry Kessler. Sponsored by Department of History and Friends of History. Public welcome. 7 p.m., Ayres 120.
Anthropology Forum Bill Loker will present "Participatory Action Research: Dilemmas of Applied Anthropology." 4 p.m., Ayres 120.
Friday-Monday, April 10-13
Outdoors Upper Klamath River Raft. Cost: $49-89. 4 p.m.y
Tuesday, April 14
Wellness Forum "A Natural Guide to Nutrition for Wellness" presented by natural food and remedy experts from S&S Produce. 5:15-6:15 p.m., Siskiyou 120.p
International Forum "Accident? Evolution? Design? New Zealand Adopts a New Electoral System" by Alan McRobie, political analyst and independent electoral consultant. Public welcome. 4 p.m., Ayres 120.
Wednesday, April 15
Tour Arboretum/Campus Walking Tours. A one-hour excursion conducted by Wes Dempsey, 342-2293, emphasizing historical and geographical information on trees, pruning, and general care of woody plants. Meet at 11 a.m., in front of Kendall Hall.
Discussion Conversations on Diversity: "Parts Ain't Parts: The Lives of Not-Men" by Lyndall Ellingson, Department of Health and Community Services. Sponsored by CMGS. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.
Thursday, April 16
Tour Galleries and Campus Museums Walking Tour with the Museum of Anthropology, x5397. Noon-1 p.m., Langdon 301.
Workshop "Parenting Series: How to Deal with Divorce and Separation" by Lynn Reyman, MFCC. Noon-1 p.m., Kendall 207.z
Anthropolgy Forum "Boots, Books, and the Battle of the Little Big Horn" presented by Lisa Emmerich, History; Rick Scott, Adventure Outings; P.Willey and Tim Thompson, Anthropolgy. 4 p.m., Ayres 120.
Writer's Voice Series Carol Oles, director of CSU, Chico's Creative Writing Program, has authored five books of poems. Public welcome. 7:30 p.m., University Center.
Friday, April 17
Retired Faculty Meeting. Noon-2:30 p.m., University Lounge.
Biology Seminar "The Role of Hormones and Growth Factors in the Initiation of Fur Growth Cycles in the Mink (Mustela Vison)" by Jack Rose, Department of Physiology, Idaho State University. Coffee precedes. 4 p.m., Holt 170.
Mathematics Colloquium "An Unusual Linear Algebra." Mikhail Tsalenko answers questions about when the matrix A is invertible and the linear system Ax=b consistent. 4 p.m., Refreshments precede. Holt 185.
Opera Annual Opera Gala Ying Yeh directs students of the Opera Workshop for an elegant musical experience. Advance tickets: $5-7. 7:30 p.m., Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall.t
Dance Keeping Dance Alive A showcase of diverse talents and styles co-presented by Chico Community Ballet with guest choreographers and Chico's finest dancers. Advance tickets: $10-12. 7:30 p.m., Laxson.t
Saturday, April 18
Outdoors Grizzly Dome Rock Climb. Cost: $19-27. 7 a.m.y
Lecture "The Invisible Ray to the Magnet" by Bob Cowan, recreational therapy program director, Enloe Hospital School of Radiography, in conjunction with Chico Museum's current exhibit, "From Leeches to Lasers." 3-4 p.m., Chico Museum, 2nd and Salem Streets.
Opera Annual Opera Gala. Advance tickets: $5-7. 7:30 p.m., Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall.t
Dance Keeping Dance Alive. Advance tickets: $10-12. 7:30 p.m., Laxson.t
Sunday, April 19
Dance Keeping Dance Alive. Advance Tickets: $10-12. 3 p.m., Laxson. t
Monday, April 20
Arts ArtsFest is an exhibition designed to give Chico State student artists a chance to display their works. Prizes awarded. Music accompanies exhibit. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free Speech Area.
Friday-Saturday, April 17-18
Baseball Sonoma State; Friday, 4 p.m.; Saturday, Noon, Nettleton Stadium.
No classes held.
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