Monthly Events Calendar

Saturday (Feb. 6):  WSU’s Department of Visual Arts and the Shaw Gallery host Snow Days, an opportunity for families to tour the gallery and create art/craft projects, 10 a.m.-noon, Kimball Visual Art Center Shaw Gallery, free, public welcome, cdenniston@weber.edu.
 

Saturday (Feb. 6): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents “33MM: A Musical Exhibition,” a collection of snapshots blended with music, 2 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Feb. 6): WSU women’s basketball vs. North Dakota, 2 p.m., Dee Events Center, $5/$3/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Feb. 6): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents “33MM: A Musical Exhibition,” a collection of snapshots blended with music, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, $12/$10, ASL interpretation available at this performance, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Feb. 6): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts “Concert for Adrian,” a memorial scholarship fundraiser, 7 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd., Ogden), $12 minimum donation, ccel@weber.edu or 801-626-7737.

Monday (Feb. 8): WSU’s Department of Mathematics presents the Frank and Lisa Richards Mathematics Lecture Series, “Harmonious Equations: A Mathematical Exploration of Music,” mathematician and violinist David Kung conceptualizes math with music, 7-8:30 p.m., Lind Lecture Hall Room 125, free, weber.edu/mathematics.

Tuesdays (Feb. 9-Mar. 1): WSU’s Division of Continuing Education hosts “Business Structure & Finance for the Entrepreneur,” a four-week course on ownership, documentation and finance, 10 a.m.-noon, WSU Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden), $55, register at continue.weber.edu or 801-626-6600.

Tuesdays (Feb. 9-Mar. 15): WSU’s Division of Continuing Education hosts “Action Photography,” a six-week course on photographing social gatherings, 7-9 p.m., Weber State Farmington Station (270 N. East Promontory, Farmington), $75, register at continue.weber.edu or 801-626-6600.

Tuesdays (Feb. 9-Mar. 1): WSU’s Division of Continuing Education hosts “Business Structure & Finance for the Entrepreneur,” a four-week course on ownership, documentation and finance, 10 a.m.-noon, WSU Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden), $55, register at continue.weber.edu or 801-626-6600.

Tuesday (Feb. 9): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts “Second Amendment: Gun Control” panel discussion as part of the Taboo Talks series, 6-7 p.m., WSU Davis Building 3 Room 204 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton), free, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-6957.

Tuesday (Feb. 9): WSU’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Program presents the Young Subaru Entrepreneurship Lecture Series, Mike Glauser, Golden Swirl founder, 6 p.m., Wattis Business Building Room 203, dinner provided, free, amyhirschi1@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 10):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol back-country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 10) WSU’s Department of History hosts the Weber State Shakespeare film series, “The Merchant of Venice,” a 16th century merchant must default on a large loan, 6:30 p.m., free, discussion to follow, Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, sfrancis@weber.edu or 801-626-6781.

Thursday (Feb. 11): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, “Seeing Beyond Life’s Borders,” speaker Tim Wheelwright, Durham Jones & Pinegar immigration law attorney, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 or gsbe@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 11): WSU men’s basketball vs. Sacramento State, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Friday-Monday (Feb. 12-15): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the Cooperative Presidents Day Back Country Yurt Trip, Bloomington Canyon, Idaho, $125/$95, prior experience and pre-trip meeting attendance required, outdoorprogram@weber.edu or weber.edu/outdoor/presidentsday-backcountryyurttrip.html.

Friday (Feb. 12): WSU men’s tennis vs. Montana State, 11 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Friday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact wildcattoastmasters@weber.edu or facebook.com/wildcattoastmastersclub/.

Friday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Women’s Center hosts screening of the film “Selma,” a chronicle of Martin Luther King's voting-rights campaign via a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, noon, Shepherd Union Room 322, womenscenter@weber.edu or 801-626-6090.

Saturday (Feb. 13): WSU men’s basketball vs. Portland State, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Sunday (Feb. 14): WSU women’s tennis vs. Iowa State, 11 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Monday (Feb. 15): Presidents Day – campus closed

Tuesday (Feb. 16): Weber State University Davis Student Services and the WSU Women’s Center host “Understanding Consent” presented by Stephanie McClure, WSU Women’s Center director, 4-5 p.m., WSU Davis Building 2 Room 117 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton), free, jenniferunguren@weber.edu or 801-395-3517.

Wednesday (Feb. 17):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol back-country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 17):  WSU’s Division of Student Affairs hosts “Ain’t I A Woman!” chamber music and theater celebrating the lives and accomplishments of four African-American women, 9:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, free, weber.edu/diversity.

Wednesday (Feb. 17): WSU’s Shaw Gallery Film Series and Utah Film Center present “Unbranded,” four men domesticate wild Mustangs, 7 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd., Ogden), free, cdenniston@weber.edu or 801-626-6331.

Wednesday (Feb. 17):  WSU’s Walker Political Leadership Institute Series hosts a presentation on caucus participation with congressman Rob Bishop and Davis County Democratic party chair Stroh de Caire, 7 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, 801-626-6206 or cmcnamara@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, “Capital Project Logistics – A Global Journey,” speaker Jan Otto, Panalpina Inc. vice president of operations, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 or gsbe@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning’s Engaged Learning Series presents “Nurture the Creative Mind,” presentation and workshop, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, ccel@weber.edu or 801-626-7737.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts the LGBT Awareness: Live Authentically series, “Polyamory Perspectives,” insights into ethical non-monogamy, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-7243.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts “Stop the Hate: Racism in the 21st Century,” a panel discussion, noon-1:15 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-7243.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts hosts a reading by Terrance Hayes, Hurst Artist in Residence and poet, 5:30 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, free, cdenniston@weber.edu or 801-626-6431.

Thursday (Feb. 18): WSU women’s basketball vs. Southern Utah, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $5/$3/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Friday (Feb. 19):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dusk Patrol back-country skiing, 4 p.m., 3925 Snow Basin Rd, Huntsville, free, weber.edu/outdoor/friday-night-dusk-patrol.html or 801-626-6373.

Saturday (Feb. 20): WSU’s Division of Continuing Education hosts “Oil Painting Still Life Subjects: Intermediate,” 9 a.m.-noon, Kimball Visual Arts Center Room 307, $45, register at continue.weber.edu or 801-626-6600.

Saturday (Feb. 20):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts “Intro to Back Country Touring,”  course designed to introduce ski-touring basics, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Ben Lomond Peak, $25/$20, 801-626-6373 or weber.edu/outdoor/Introduction_to_back_country_touring.html.

Saturday (Feb. 20): WSU’s College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology hosts the FIRST Tech Robotics Challenge Utah championship, 11:30 a.m. opening ceremony, Swenson Gym, free, 801-626-7552 or utftc@weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 20): WSU women’s basketball vs. Northern Arizona, 2 p.m., Dee Events Center, $5/$3/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Sunday (Feb. 21): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents Giuseppe Verdi’s “Requiem,” performed by WSU Choirs and Symphony Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., St. Joseph Catholic Church (514 24th  St, Ogden), $7/$6, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Monday-Wednesday (Feb. 22-24): WSU’s 19th Annual Storytelling Festival featuring national and local storytellers, various times and locations, weber.edu/storytelling, story@weber.edu or 801-626-7222.

Monday (Feb. 22): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts host The Formosan Duo, WSU faculty members Shi-Hwa Wang on violin and Yu-Jane Yang on piano, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $7/$6, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Monday (Feb. 22): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts “MLK, Jr. Awareness: #WHICHLIVESMATTER,” a panel discussion on ideas and social movements that inspired the #BLACKLIVESMATTER movement, 6-7 p.m., WSU Davis Building 2 Room 114 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton), free, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-6957.

Monday (Feb. 22): The Weber Historical Society hosts “Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World,” a lecture by Devery Anderson, civil-rights author, 7 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, jennyeckenbrecht@weber.edu or 801-626-6706.

Tuesday (Feb. 23): WSU’s Department of History and Weber Reads host “Why Shakespeare?” a lecture on the relevance of Shakespeare in the modern world, speaker Colleen Paddock, Utah Shakespeare Festival Board member, 1:30 p.m., Elizabeth Hall Room 229, free, slfrancis@weber.edu or 801-626-6781.

Wednesday (Feb. 24):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol back-country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 24): WSU’s student newspaper The Signpost presents “Frame by Frame,” a documentary about four Afghan journalists journey just after photography was legalized, 4 and 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, gedwards@weber.edu or 801-626-7974.

Thursday (Feb. 25): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, “What I’ve Learned in Business,” speaker DeWayne Ashmead, Albion Laboratories president, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 or gsbe@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 25): WSU men’s basketball vs. Montana State, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Friday (Feb. 26): WSU’s Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact wildcattoastmasters@weber.edu or facebook.com/wildcattoastmastersclub/.

Friday (Feb. 26):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dusk Patrol back-country skiing, 4 p.m., 3925 Snow Basin Rd, Huntsville, free, weber.edu/outdoor/friday-night-dusk-patrol.html or 801-626-6373.

Friday (Feb. 26): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” a tale of scrambled romances and hidden identities in the roaring ‘20s, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Friday (Feb. 26): WSU’s Richard Richards Institute for Ethics hosts a screening of the documentary “Richard Richards: A Conversation on Ethics,” 7 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden), purchase tickets at smithstix.com, contact 801-626-7539 or nathanclark1@weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 27): WSU’s Education and Outreach Program hosts FAFSA Frenzy, assistance for students submitting federal financial-aid applications, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 230 C and WSU Davis Building 2 Room 101, (2750 North University Park Blvd., Layton), 801-626-7006 or joselimas@weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 27): WSU men’s basketball vs. Montana, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Feb. 27): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” a tale of scrambled romances and hidden identities in the roaring ‘20s, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ASL interpretation available at this performance, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.

Contact:

Allison Barlow Hess, director of Public Relations
801-626-7948 • ahess@weber.edu

Author:

Melissa Smith, office of Media Relations
801-626-6348 • melissasmith9@weber.edu