Dates: May 10 – May 13 and
May 16 – May 20
The famous Broadway show is coming to the Performing Arts Center Mainstage Theater. The show is about a group of people dealing with HIV/AIDS’ affect their lives and friendships in New York’s Lower East Side.
Ski to Sea
Date: May 27
The Ski to Sea race is an annual event where teams of eight racers compete in a series of seven race legs – cross-country skiing, downhill skiing/snowboarding, running, road biking, canoeing, mountain biking and kayaking. The race begins at Mount Baker and ends in Fairhaven. The race evolved from the Mt. Baker Marathon, and the relay race originated in 1973. The registration fee is $439 per team.
Back 2 Bellingham Weekend
Date: May 18 – May 19
This weekend is filled with events, activities and experiences for students, alumni and family members. Capturing the “Bellingham Experience” on Western’s campus and around town is a great way to spend the weekend whether it is watching a Planetarium Show at Haggard Hall, or visiting the Bellingham Farmer’s Market on Railroad Avenue.
Memorial Day Weekend
Date: May 25 - May 28
Memorial Day weekend is the only weekend of spring quarter where Western students have a day off! Folklife at Seattle Center, Sasquatch Music Festival in George, Wash. and camping in Chelan, Wash. are all popular Memorial Day activities if students want to get away for the three-day weekend.
Date: April 2 - April 13
The Associated Students Viking Union Gallery will present the work of Matthew Parker. Parker designs event decor and props primarily from paper. His work has been described as “avant garde mixed with classical.”
Date: June 9
Time to put on the cap and gown, and jam to “Pomp and Circumstance”. It is almost time, graduates!