Erin McGrath ’16 writes in:
Pining for the fjords?
Join us at Outhouse (132 High St) this Tuesday at 10pm for the first Outing Club meeting of the semester. There are a lot of great things about Wesleyan Outing Club – gooey baked things at every Tuesday meeting, access to an attic full of gear for your adventures, and the opportunity to meet other outdoor-minded people and plan adventures together, just to name a few! Outing Club is open to EVERYONE, and you can come to as many or as few meetings as you like. Each week at meeting we will begin putting a list of outings together for the week, which will be sent out later that week to the listserv, for anyone to hop on! Come hit the trails with us ;)
Date: Tuesday, September 15th
Time: 10:00pm – 11:00pm
Place: Outhouse (132 High Street)
From Hilary Brumberg ’17:
Do you love hiking, trees, forests, being outdoors, fresh air, children, the color green, friends, or cookies? If so, come to the Wesleyan Connecticut Forest and Parks Association first meeting of the semester! We are excited to get together a crew of people to be certified as trail crew leaders, plan some maintenance trips, and discuss hiking and educational events! If you know you want to help with some or all of these things, have an idea of your own, or have never been a part of WesCFPA, we’d love it if you came by.
The meeting will be on Wednesday, February 11 at 4:30 in the OCS lounge (3rd floor Allbritton). There will be cookies and hot apple cider. If you can’t come to the meeting, but are still interested in being involved in WesCFPA, contact Erin at emcgrath(at)wesleyan(dot)edu or Hilary at hbrumberg(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Facebook Event page here
Date: February 11th, 2015
Place: Office of Community Service lounge (3rd floor Allbritton)
Miriam Kudler-Flam ’16 wants to whisk you away for the weekend:
48 hour shabbaton/Jewish retreat this weekend surrounded by beautiful people, beautiful song, beautiful outdoors. Pluralist gathering with vegetarian meals, creative prayer, and lots of joy.
Check out the registration page for more info!
On the fence? Email mkudlerflam[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with questions.
Date: March 28th-March 30th
Place: Camp Jori in RI (1 hr 20 min away)
Cost: Sliding Scale
Ever wonder about what’s on the other side of the Bubble? Spent semester(s) in Connecticut without exploring the surrounding area at all? It’s time to change all that and the Outing Club is here to help! All levels of experience in outdoor activities welcome.
Whether it’s a canoe paddle ’round Millers Pond, a stroll up to the top of Mt. Higby (above), a rock climbing adventure or just generally goofing off outdoors, we do it all. And we’re always open to new ideas! So gather up your friends or come alone to the first meeting of the semester on Tuesday, February 7 at 10 pm. As always, the meeting will be held in the cozy Outhouse living room (132 High Street, just a few houses down from WesWings). If you can’t make it to this one though, no worries! We’ll be having meetings EVERY TUESDAY at 10pm; newcomers always welcome. So stop on by, hang out, talk about places you want to go and things you want to do, drink hot cocoa, play some games, meet new people and bemoan the current status of snow in Connecticut (i.e. seriously lacking). Questions, comments, concerns, suggestions, want to be on our mailing list or lead your own outing? Email wesoutingclub(at)gmail(dot)com.
Date: Tuesday, February 7
Time: 10 PM – 11 PM
Place: Out House, 132 High Street
Eli Meixler ’13 writes in about ENGL 224- Medieval Drama’s upcoming outdoor play performances:
I know that right about now you wish you could just *drop everything* and go see some medieval mystery plays from the 12th century!
Well, this year you can: English 224 will be performing the York Play of the Crucifixion and The Wakefield Second Shepherds’ Play––this coming TUESDAY, MAY 3, at 4:15 on the Green outside the Davidson Art Center. In event of rain the show will go on, alas, in PAC 002, at 4:15.
- Date: Tuesday, Mary 3rd
- Time: 4:15PM
- Place: CFA green, outside Davidson Art Center (bring blankets!!)
- Cost: Innocence and a few quid. (Free)
Come by Outhouse tonight to discuss ways to get outdoors this weekend (considering the weather will be absolutely phenomenal)! Come by if you want to talk about snowshoeing, snowboarding, snowpocalypse-survival strategies, etc.
Where: Outhouse (132 High St.)
When: 10 PM tonight
Ever wanted to find an internship that had you working outdoors? The Student Conservation Association may be able to help you find just that. SCA alum and recruiter Beth McCarthy is recruiting TODAY at Wes, and will be available to answer questions about the SCA, benefits of interships, and the application process.
Here is her schedule:
Friday, Feb 4
10am-2pm: Info Table, Usdan University Center
12pm-1pm: Info Session, 110 Usdan
3:30-4:30: Info Session, Earth House, 159 High Street
She also sent along a brief blurb about SCA and the expense-paid internships it offfers, which is included in the remainder of the post.