Life Section Calendar

Tuesday April 14Skydiving Club General Meeting and BBQ6 p.m.AGR Fraternity House, 216 South Prospect St.Grab some grub (don’t forget to pay the suggested $2) and maybe even sign up for your first trip through the sky.Breakfast Basics6 p.m.City Market, DowntownLearn how to soak grains and make your own pancakes or muesli. You even get to take home your own recipes, and it is completely FREE! Check out the City Market Calendar for some more awesome events:  HYPERLINK “” Iron Chef Passover Competition6 p.m. – 8 p.m. L/L Fireplace LoungeTry your hand at Bobby Flay style cooking or be the judge that gets to try the culinary creations. Find out how to do either at April 15Movie: Baraka7:30 p.m.216 L/L CommonsThis film shows the intricate connections between people from around the world and the different place that they live. A fascinating edition to the Spring 2009 Social Justice Film Series presented by the Center for Cultural Pluralism, Baraka was shot in 24 different countries, and it is set to a soundtrack of music from around the world. Check it out on Wikipedia:  HYPERLINK “” Concerts Meeting8 p.m. – 9 p.m. Williams Family Room, Davis CenterDo you enjoy going to Spring Fest? How about actually planning it yourself!?! Help pick out festival activities – all new members are welcome to attend.Thursday April 16Festival of One Acts7 p.m.UVM TheaterAs the culmination of years of learning, the final directing project of UVM’s graduating seniors in the drama department commences tonight. There are 16 one acts in total, but they will spread over the course of three different performances. Get more info about tickets at the UVM Theater Web site: Skates10 p.m.Cairns ArenaHave a last night of winter fun before the summer really hits. Skate rentals will be $2, free hot chocolate will flow, and there will be a bus pick up in front of the Davis Center at 9:30 p.m.Friday April 17Festival of One Acts2 p.m. and 7 p.m.UVM TheaterCome see the directing gems of the drama department seniors in part two of the festival of one acts.Second Annual Taste of Asia7 p.m.L/L Commons 315Pay a mere $3 and experience the culinary delights of Asia brought straight to your very own campus.Think of your Mutt Put Out Your Butt11 a.m. – 2 p.m.OVAL, the Davis CenterBring your pets, visit some other cute pooches, have a great BBQ lunch, and learn how to quit smoking for the sake of those your happen to be petting! Frisbees and treats for your cuddly friends will be provided.Saturday April 18Burlington Winter Farmers Market10 a.m.Memorial Auditorium, Main & S. UnionIf you like live music, fresh produce, delicious baked goods from scratch, and other things which tantalize your taste buds (and your ears), take a peek at the Burlington Winter Farmers Market before it becomes the summer market!First Annual Catamount BowlTag Sale at 11 a.m. and Bowling at 12 p.m.SpareTime Colchester in Colchester, Vt.Bowl your heart out, win some great prizes, buy some awesome UVM Catamount sports gear, and get some pizza too. Don’t forget to register early because the spaces will fill. Find out how to register at April 19International film and food night: France6 p.m.L/L Fireplace LoungeExperience a different culture through watching Paris Je T’aime and eating a deliciously free meal.Festival of One Acts2 p.m.UVM TheaterDon’t miss these one acts from our drama department’s graduating seniors –  it is your last chance!The Vermont Cynic Arts and Entertainment, LIFE and Features Meeting6 p.m.Lafayette 200Find your artistic roots by learning how to write about what you live and what you love!Monday April 20CREAM with a Baby Cow11 a.m. – 1 p.m.Outdoor Patio, the Davis CenterGo visit an adorable calf on campus! How many times is that actually going to happen?Vegan Earth Week Potluck6 p.m. – 8 p.m.L/L Fireplace LoungeCome eat some great food at a vegan potluck and celebrate the fabulous week that honors the land we live on (EARTH WEEK!) with the members of Students for True Animal Rights. Bring a vegan dish or a donation, and of course if we are celebrating it we don’t want to kill it, so bring you own utensils and bowl. Find out more at  HYPERLINK “”