Monthly Events Calendar

Friday (Feb. 8): WSU’s Wildcat Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall 218D, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact njarvis@weber.edu, 801-626-7201.

Friday (Feb. 8): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities hosts artist Yasuaki Onishi, “Reverse of Volume” opening reception, 7-9 p.m., Kimball Visual Arts Center Shaw Gallery, free, cdenniston@weber.edu, weber.edu/artscalendar.

Saturday (Feb. 9): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the AIARE Rescue Course, avalanche training, various locations, $70 WSU/$100 non-WSU, outdoorprogram@weber.edu, weber.edu/outdoor/AIARE-Rescue-Skills.html.

Saturday (Feb. 9): WSU men’s tennis vs. Colorado Mesa, noon, Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Saturday (Feb. 9): 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. 10): WSU men’s tennis vs. Gonzaga, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Monday (Feb. 11): The Weber Historical Society presents “Yeltsin, Putin, and Russia’s Continuing Empire” Matthew Romaniello, Weber State history professor, 7 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, eswedin@weber.edu, 801-395-3553.

Tuesday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center hosts the Young Subaru Lecture Series, Konel Banner, Instafire founder, 6 p.m., Weber State Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden), brandonstoddard@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning and the Stewart Library host “A Matter of Fact,” Stewart Library dean Wendy Holliday discusses the importance of libraries, 6:30 p.m., Weber County Southwest Library (2039 W. 400 S., Roy), 801-626-7737, weber.edu/ccel/els.html.

Wednesday (Feb. 13): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373, outdoorprogram@weber.edu, weber.edu/outdoor/Ogden-dawnpatrol.html.

Wednesday (Feb. 13): WSU’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and the Women’s’ Center present “The Vagina Monologues,” the play explores sexual experiences, body image and reproduction, 11:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, $5, alainakelly@mail.weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 13): WSU’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences presents “The Vagina Monologues,” the play explores sexual experiences, body image and reproduction, 8 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, $5, alainakelly@mail.weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 14): Board of Trustees meeting, 9:30 a.m., Miller Administration Room 319.

Thursday (Feb. 14): WSU’s John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Gregory Woodfield, Via Software cofounder, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 14): 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, weberstatetickets.com.

Friday-Monday (Feb. 15-18): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the Presidents Day weekend yurt trip, ski and split board, Bloomington Canyon, Idaho, $112 WSU/$260 non-WSU, weber.edu/outdoor/Presidents-Day-yurt-trip.html.

Friday (Feb. 15): WSU Honors Program and the LGBT Resource Center host “Everyone Deserves a Great Love Story,” a discussion and screening of the film “Love, Simon,” 1 p.m., Stewart Library Room 324, weber.edu/honors, 801-626-6230.

Friday (Feb. 15): WSU’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences presents “The Vagina Monologues,” the play explores sexual experiences, body image and reproduction, 8 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, $5, alainakelly@mail.weber.edu.

Friday (Feb. 15): WSU’s Student Association hosts an 80s-themed Valentine’s dance, 8:30-11:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, $2/free with valid Wildcard, timothyfogleman@mail.weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 16): WSU men’s tennis vs. UC Riverside, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Saturday (Feb. 16): 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, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Feb. 16): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents the third annual Weber Jazz Review, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $7/$6/$4.50, cdenniston@weber.edu, weber.edu/artscalendar.

Monday (Feb. 18): Presidents Day – campuses closed.

Tuesday (Feb. 19): Various WSU organizations host a screening of “The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement,” followed by a panel discussion with New Zealand tribal and government authorities, noon, Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu, facebook.com/TheRightsofNatureAGlobalMovement/.

Tuesday (Feb. 19): WSU’s Pacific Islander Club hosts a meet and greet with Hon Chris Finlayson; former New Zealand attorney general, Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations minister, Kirsti Luke; Tuhoe Te Uru Taumatua, Ngai Tuhoe’s Tribal Authority chief executive, 3 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 320, free, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 20): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373, outdoorprogram@weber.edu, weber.edu/outdoor/Ogden-dawnpatrol.html.

Wednesday (Feb. 20): Various WSU organizations present the “Rights of Nature” lecture, Hon Chris Finlayson, former New Zealand attorney general and minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, 11:30 a.m., Elizabeth Hall Room 229, free, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Feb. 20): WSU women’s basketball vs. Sacramento State, noon, Dee Events Center, $5/$3/free to WSU students with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500 or weberstatetickets.com.

Wednesday (Feb. 20): WSU’s Student Association hosts Salsa Night, learn to dance salsa and eat salsa, 4 to 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free, wyattwalk@mail.weber.edu.

Tuesday (Feb. 19): Various WSU organizations host a screening of “The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement,” followed by a panel discussion with New Zealand tribal and government authorities, 7 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu, facebook.com/TheRightsofNatureAGlobalMovement/.

Thursday (Feb. 21): WSU’s John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Chris Vernon, Progressive Reporting Agency president, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 21): Various WSU organizations host “How Are Indigenous Rights Approached in Different Countries?” panel discussion with representatives from Weber State, New Zealand government and Bears Ears tribes, noon, Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 21): WSU’s Department of History hosts “The Empire made Smoke and Flesh: Tobacco imagery, militarism, and gender in Late Imperial Russia,” Tricia Starks, associate professor of history, University of Kansas, 7-8:30 p.m., Lindquist Hall Room 101, matthewromaniello@weber.edu.

Saturday-Monday (Feb 22-24): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the AIARE Avalanche 2 Course – “Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain,” various locations, $245 WSU/$350 non-WSU, outdoorprogram@weber.edu,  weber.edu/outdoor/AIARE-avalanche-course.html.

Friday (Feb. 22): WSU’s Wildcat Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall 218D, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact njarvis@weber.edu, 801-626-7201.

Friday (Feb. 22): Various WSU organizations host a Utah Public Lands and Tribal Rights Solution roundtable, representatives from Weber State, New Zealand government and Bears Ears tribes, 12:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 404, 801-626-8044, hcrimmel@weber.edu.

Friday (Feb. 22): WSU’s College of Science hosts “Sustaining Aspen Forests: Are We Really Left With Borders and Barriers (Again)?” Paul Rogers, Utah State University aspen researcher, 2:30 p.m., Tracy Hall Room 342, heatherroot@weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 23): WSU’s College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology hosts the FIRST Tech Challenge state championship, team robotics competition, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Swenson Gym, free, weber.edu/utftc/state_championship.html, danadellinger@weber.edu.

Saturday (Feb. 23): WSU men’s tennis vs. Eastern Washington, 12:30 p.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Sunday (Feb. 24): WSU men’s tennis vs. Northern Colorado, 10:20 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.

Monday-Wednesday (Feb. 27-29): WSU’s Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education hosts the 23nd annual Weber Storytelling Festival, various times and locations, weber.edu/storytelling, stephaniespeicher@weber.edu, weber.edu/storytelling.

Wednesday (Feb. 27): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross country skiing (continues until March 30), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373, outdoorprogram@weber.edu, weber.edu/outdoor/Ogden-dawnpatrol.html.

Thursday (Feb. 28): WSU’s John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, John Johnson, Utah State University MIS professor, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Feb. 28): WSU’s Arts Learning Collaborative presents “Floating in Space - Creating Positive & Negative Shapes with Simple Materials,” 5:30-8:30 p.m., Kimball Visual Arts Center Shaw Gallery, free, registration required, cdenniston@weber.edu, weber.edu/artscalendar.

Contact:

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

Author:

Melissa Smith, adminstrative specialist for Public Relations
801-626-6348 • melissasmith9@weber.edu