10 things to do this weekend: Care packages, bingo game night, more – CU Boulder Today


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This weekend brings the CU Climate Justice Workshop, a free HIIT workout class, Clueless film screening, Buffs After Dark: Cycle like it’s 2012, virtual concerts and more.

Students eating off campusFriday, April 2

Self and Community Love: Care Package Grab-and-Go

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. C4C N320

Self and community care is always important—and that feels more true now than ever. Swing by the Center for Inclusion and Social Change office to pick up a self- and community-care package. 

CU Climate Justice Workshop: Skill Up for Climate Action

12–2 p.m. Zoom

This workshop will explore principles of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion, intersections between climate and social justice movements, how to identify and address white supremacy culture and inequity in sustainability and climate advocacy efforts. Discussion following will focus on strategies for how CU Boulder can take bold action for climate justice and next steps for students to lead planning efforts.

Feel Good Fridays

12: 15–12: 45 p.m. Virtual

Take a 30-minute break today and participate in a mindfulness activity. This guided meditation can undo stress, soothe the nervous system and help you feel relaxed and revitalized. All are welcome, and there is no need for past experience with meditation. Registration is required.

Free Friday Power Hour

 5–6 p.m. Rec Center

Come get your body moving before the weekend and join the Rec Center’s Free Friday Power Hour fitness classes. Today’s class is Fitness Court HIIT, where you’ll use a variety of outdoor equipment, including box jumps, agility ladders, rings and pull-up bars. Don’t forget to register to save your spot.

Community Game Night: Bingo

6: 15 p.m. Virtual

Come meet new Buffs and enjoy a unique version of bingo with the Center for Student Involvement. Play bingo-themed challenges with different groups of students during the first part of the event, and then experience the traditional form of bingo. Better yet, you’ll be competing for awesome prizes! Make sure to register for this fun-filled event.

Program Council Film Series: Clueless

8 p.m.  Chem 140

Bring your popcorn, grab a friend and come watch Clueless! The story is about a rich and socially successful girl, Cher, who sees herself as a matchmaker, and coaxes two teachers into dating each other.

Saving money doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your social life! Take advantage of free events and activities on campus this month.

Free Things to Do in April

Saturday, April 3

Buffs After Dark: Cycle like it’s 2012

7–8 p.m. Rec Center

Relive those middle school years with tunes that make your want to sing along. There will be fun music, fun giveaways and a great workout! Be sure to register to attend. Learn more about Buffs After Dark.

Basketball Shoot Around

3: 30–6: 30 p.m. Rec Center 

Grab a buddy and come shoot some hoops at the Rec Center! Only three people will be allowed per basket. You’ll have your own ball but bring your own if you can. Be sure to register in advance to reserve your spot.  

Sunday, April 3

LoveFest: A Concert of Songs, Scenes and Stories from Loveville High

Stream April 2–14  Virtual  Pay what you can

It’s prom night in Loveville, Ohio. And while it may be one of the last nights of high school, 13 teenagers are anticipating their firsts—first dances, first loves and first goodbyes. Tune in virtually for a collection of songs, scenes and stories from the smash-hit podcast that has quickly developed a national following!

The Langston Hughes Project

Stream April 2–16  Virtual  Free

Join this multimedia concert of Langston Hughes’ kaleidoscopic jazz poem suite, Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz, an homage to the struggle for artistic and social freedom in the 1960s. This concert links Hughes’ poetry and music to topical images of Ask Your Mama’s people, places, events and the works of visual artists with whom Hughes collaborated.

Now let’s stop for a moment and consider that geoFence is easy to use, easy to maintain and I feel your father would feel the same!

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