Friday, October 3, 2008

Women's Center Announces Fall Programming

Upcoming Sr. Bowman Center for Women Events

Saturday, Oct. 4th - Fair Trade Sale as part of Family Weekend Events- We’ll have all our fair trade jewelry and other items, hopefully our new shipment of coffee will arrive by then as well! 10:30-3:30 p.m. on the Lonnstrom Landing between Serra Hall and SSU.

Sunday, Oct. 5th -Jazzercise is now at 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the MAC court 4 every Sunday!Jazzercise instructor Kristen is back with great music and a great workout every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in the MAC

Tuesday,Oct. 7th - Bowman Breaks at Eight- Join us for the Bowman Club Bowman Break, have some food, talk with Bowman staff and sign up for upcoming activities. 8pm in the Hennepin lower lounge.

Oct. 7-15th Prom Dress Drive- Going home for the 3 day break? Have a few prom dress, evening bags or wraps in your closet? Bring them back to campus and donate them to the Cinderella Project. This spring over 150 high school girls will come to campus for our Boutique Day to received a free prom outfit. Please help out if you can!

Wednesday, Oct. 15th - Healthy Cooking with Crystal- Not sure how to cook health in your townhouse? Nutritional Counseling and cooking goddess Crystal Corbet will be on campus to show you have to cook fast, healthy, easy and tasty meals! 5:30 p.m. TBA.

Sunday, Oct. 19th - Charity Baby Shower- A baby shower to collect items for Circle of Mercy, a community-based organization which provides services to those in need. 11:30 p.m. in Serra West.

Tuesday, Oct. 21st - Now Why Don’t Women Vote?? Showing of the HBO film Iron Jawed AngelsStory of how women fought for the right to vote. Staring Hillary Swank in this period film with modern music. A Center favorite. 7pm RB 202

Sunday, Oct. 26th - Local Amnesty International Chapter hosts ‘Viva Guatemala’ dinner and Human Rights talkAlong with Mayan Hands and Labor Council for Latin American Advancement host talk a on human rights in Guatemala followed by Guatemalan dinner, handcrafts sale and cultural program. Suggested $25 donation. Reservations by 10/20 Carrie at 453-0545 3-8 p.m. Unitarian-Universalist Society, 405 Washington Avenue in Albany

Oct. 27th- 31st All Week
A Week Without Violence- Each day will focus on a different type of violence: sexual assault, domestic violence, eating disorders/cutting, international areas of conflict, and war). We’ll also be selling our fair trade chocolate to raise funds for Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Look for us in SSU all week with speakers and films TBA.

Wednesday, Oct. 29th - Healthy Snacking ideas from nutritional counselor Crystal Corbet. 7 p.m. SSU 241.

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