Other weekend events you might be interested in

Cal Teach

Date & Time: April 28th 4:30–6:30.pm.

Cal Teach is celebrating it’s 10 year anniversary with a get-together at the Alumni Weekend Beer Garden Kickoff Party at the Aloha Terrace at the Boardwalk, Friday, April 28th, from 4:30p-6:30p. RSVP to calteach@ucsc.edu to reserve your spot.


UCSC Farm & Garden Spring Plant Sale

Date & Time: April 29th 10a.m.–4.pm. | April 30th 10a.m.–4p.m.
Location: 
Corner of Bay & High Streets, next to the Barn Theater at the base of campus

Choose from a wide selection of organically grown vegetables, flowers, and perennial landscape plants, selected to perform well in the Monterey Bay region. Proceeds support the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture training program, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017!

Cash or check only please. Friends of the Farm & Garden members receive a 10% discount on plant and merchandise sales

Note: On Saturday, Friends of the Farm & Garden members are welcome to a “members hour” from 9 am – 10 am. Renewals and membership sign-ups are available starting at 8 am.

For more information call 831.459-3240, email casfs@ucsc.edu, or see cases@ucsc.edu


Under One Roof: The Power of Collective Action

Date & Time: April 29th 10a.m.–4.pm.

Join us for the annual SOMeCA conference and dinner, bringing together alumni and students to share experiences, principles, and skills that inspire and empower.

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Speakers & Workshops: 10:00am-4:00pm
Dinner with Alumni: 6:00pm (Semi-formal attire requested)
College Nine/Ten Multipurpose Room
RSVP required. For more information, please visit someca.ucsc.edu


UC Santa Cruz Special Collections

Date & Time: April 29th 11a.m.– 2p.m.

The UC Santa Cruz Special Collections at McHenry Library highlights the current exhibit in Special Collections and Archives, Pictures and Progress: The Black Panther 1966-2016 and welcomes you back to campus this spring.

The Black Panther Party was officially formed in 1966, shortly after the creation of Marvel Comics Black Panther character. Fifty years later, two interconnected exhibits examine the role of women in the Party and in the comic. Curators explore the role of women in the Party through photographs from the Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch Collection, ephemera, and original posters by Emory Douglas. About 40 comics have been selected to explore the portrayal of the Black Panther character and African Americans in the second half of the 20th Century. These exhibits have been curated by crystal am nelson, Cathy Thomas and Kiran Garcha, Ph.D. students at UC Santa Cruz.

The collection will be open on Saturday, April 29th, from 11a-2p at the UC Santa Cruz Special Collections and Archives McHenry Library 3rd floor.

Also, the Special Collections staff will have additional photographs from the Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch Collection on display that day. See you soon!


Lionel Cantὺ Queer Center

Date & Time: April 29th 1-4p.m. 

The Lionel Cantὺ Queer Center invites you to join us for an open house at our facilities. On Saturday, April 29th, from 1p-4p, we will throw open the doors and invite you to come back home and see what’s new. Over light refreshments, you can chat with fellow alumni, staff, and campus community friends.

 

 

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