March 3, 2008
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University’s Nontraditional Student Center and Pinnacle Honor Society are teaming up to host spring break activities for the whole family, ranging from a bowling night to a luau.
The activities will kick off with bowling on March 10 from 5-9 p.m. at Hilltop Lanes (4400 Washington, Blvd., South Ogden).
On March 12, the Nontraditional Student Center will host Critters & Games Night, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Ballroom A on the Ogden campus. The Ogden Nature Center will be bringing a pelican, owl, tortoise and snake to entertain families. The evening will also feature games and prizes for the kids.
Both the bowling night and the Ogden Nature Center presentation are free to all.
The festivities will conclude on Friday evening, March 14, in Shepherd Union Ballroom B, with a luau featuring a flame and knife dance. The luau, from 6-8:30 p.m., will include dinner and a presentation about Polynesian culture. Performers will present various Polynesian dances, and activities will include the limbo and pineapple walk. The first 100 people through the door will receive a free lei. Attendees also can purchase a photo with the dancers for $1 per photo.
The luau is free to all students with Wildcard ID, and student guests are just $1. The luau is $5 for all others. Tickets for the luau are required and may be purchased at the Information Desk in the Shepherd Union Building.
WSU’s spring break is March 10-14.
For more information, call the Nontraditional Student Center at 801-626-7794.
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Contacts: Debbie Cragun, Nontraditional Student Center coordinator
801-626-7794 • email@example.com