For those looking for something to do this weekend, there is plenty going on right here on campus.
Friday, Sept. 7
– Interested in intramural flag football or soccer but haven’t made the time to sign up yet? Make sure to find some time Friday morning to get to the Sport and Recreation Center in the Bristol Field House and sign up before the noon deadline.
– An opening reception will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. for Professor of Art Phillia Yi’s “Contemporary Woodcuts gallery over at Houghton House. Come be one of the first to see the lively garden of vivid colors and energetic form she has created using an ancient technique — the woodcut — combined with a modern expressionist form — nature. The exhibit will be on display through Friday, Sept. 21.
– Take part in HWS Hillel’s Shabbat celebration with falafel, served at 6:30 p.m. at the Abbe Center for Jewish Life, 764 S. Main St. All are invited.
– Dancers interested in performing with Koshare should head to the Winn-Seeley Dance Studio at 7 p.m. for auditions.
Saturday, Sept. 8
– If you’re up early, grab some breakfast and make your way over to the Tennis Center where the Herons tennis team will be hosting the William Smith Invitational and catch a few matches.
– After a few matches, jump on over to Cozzens Field to take in the William Smith soccer team’s first home game of the year when it welcomes Gettysburg for an 11 a.m. match-up.
– If the early-morning tennis wasn’t enough, be sure to go back to the courts and support the Hobart tennis team at 4 p.m. when they open their season against St. John Fisher.
Sunday, Sept. 9
– If you really love tennis, be sure to get up early and head back to the tennis courts to catch the second and final day of the William Smith Invitational.
– Into art? The Artists Collective will hold a festival celebrating local artists with crafts vendors, food and fun, starting at noon on Bristol Field — or in the Barn if it rains. For details, call ext. 3513 or e-mail organizers Meghan Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Andrew Ockenden at email@example.com.
– In wrapping up their weekend, the William Smith soccer team will take Cozzens Field again to play Elmira at 2 p.m.
– Fraternity Recruitment will begin with a kick-off from 7 to 9 p.m. in Albright Auditorium; refreshments will be served and all interested men are invited. Students are reminded that they must be at least first-semester sophomores in good standing and carrying a 2.5 GPA or higher. Those with questions or concerns should e-mail Kim Kochin in the Office of Student Activities (formerly SL&L) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call ext. 3052 or 3513.