Sep 16

Free Children’s Movement Class

Riney Fine Arts Center and Sebits Fine Arts Addition, E16

community Events

Children Creative movement class 6-10 year olds
Attire: Comfortable clothes that allow the child to move freely. Socks or bare feet.
This class will focus on exploring movement from different artistic disciplines. For example: children would observe abstract or concrete paintings (age appropriate) in order to explore the concept of concrete versus abstract movement. Concepts like phrasing, and rhythm will be explored musically and with movement. This class welcomes all abilities, no previous dance training is necessary.

This class is free of cost. If you feel inclined to give a donation at the end of the semester, your donation will support dance majors need like funds to travel for conferences. It is not mandatory to come regularly; however is recommendable in order to nurture a movement/creative practice.

Please contact Professor Vazquez-Aguirre if you have questions: andrea_vazquez_aguir@friends.edu​

Sep 16

Constitution Day – Appreciating Our Constitution

Davis Administration Building, Alumni Auditorium

community Events

Friends University will recognize Constitution Day by hosting former Kansas Governor, Jeff Colyer
Dr. Colyer served as the 47th governor of Kansas, after seven years as lieutenant governor in the Brownback administration. The former governor has degrees from Georgetown University, Cambridge University in England, and the University of Kansas School of Medicine. The topic of his address will be: “Appreciating Our Constitution”.

This event is free and open to the public.​

Sep 16

Intramural Kickball

Garvey Physical Education Center, Adair-Austin Stadium

student life Events

Intramurals will be offering a Kickball tournament for all students, faculty and staff; who would like to participate and have a fun evening of playing kickball. The winner will receive Intramural championship t-shirts. If there are any questions, please contact Allen Eberwein @ 316-295-5822.