New UMF Calendar Events for November 2014. Open to the public.

Sunday, Nov 2

Disc Golf
Play 18 holes of disc golf at Troll Valley in Farmington. Play as an individual or in a team of four. Transportation provided. Minimum age 13. Under 13 allowed with pre-approval and adult supervision.
12:45 p.m. Meet at the Fitness and Recreation Center.
$5 per person.
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7495

Naruse/Stein Piano and Violin Duo Perform Beethoven Violin Sonatas
Concert by Dean Stein and Chiharu Naruse.
7 pm. Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
$12 for adults, free for 18 and younger and students with I.D.
FMI: [email protected] , 207-778-3722

Monday, Nov 3

Silent Sidekicks Talk
Talk by nonprofit organization that provides information and education about animal-assisted therapy/activities.
7:30 pm. The Landing, UMF Olsen Student Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected], 207-754-3530

Tuesday, Nov 4

High Ropes Course
Climb, swing, repel. Minimum age 13. Under 13 allowed with pre-approval and adult supervision.
7-9 pm. Meet at the Fitness and Recreation Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7495

Wednesday, Nov 5

Discover the World: Latin America
Meet students and scholars from this region to learn about their cultures, music and food.
4 pm. The Landing, Olsen Student Center. Free.
FMI: , [email protected] , 207-778-7122

Saturday, Nov 8

Admission Open House
Fall Open House for college-bound students and their families.
9:30 am. Registration in Merrill Hall. Free.
FMI: [email protected]  207-778-7050

Sunday, Nov 9

Horseback Riding
Trip to Deepwoods Farm in Bethel for trail riding. Bring a lunch. Wear sturdy shoes.
9:30 a.m. Fitness and Recreation Center.
$10 per person.
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7495

UMF Community Orchestra with Mes Amis
A concert of waltzes, gypsy jazz, rags, and other favorites performed by the UMF Community Orchestra and Mes Amis.
3 p.m. Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
$8 for adults, $6 for seniors, free for children and UMF students
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7290

Wednesday, Nov 12

The Opus 111 Project, Merleau-Ponty, Beethoven and Intermedia
Talk by Dr. Steven Pane: Merleau-Ponty’s ideas about art, memory, and history-a past which has never been present.
11:45 a.m. Performance Space, Emery Community Arts Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected]  207-778-7424

Friday, Nov 14

Finding Home: A Journey from Tibet to Maine
Talk by Kunsang Dolma Room
11:45 a.m. CR 123, UMF Olsen Student Center. Free.
FMI: 207-778-7409

Sunday, Nov 16

Geocaching in Flintwoods
Locate hidden treasures with GPS trackers. No experience necessary. Units provided. Pre-register by calling the FRC.
1 pm. UMF Fitness and Recreation Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7495

Tuesday, Nov 18

High Ropes Course
Climb, swing, repel. Minimum age 13. Under 13 allowed with pre-approval and adult supervision.
7-9 pm. Meet at the Fitness and Recreation Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected] 207-778-7495

History of Maine Skiing
Ski Museum of Maine presents the history of Maine skiing in a fireside chat format.
7 p.m. Rm. 023, Roberts Learning Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected] 207-272-2266

Saturday, Nov 22

Turkey Trot
7th Annual Turkey Trot 5K/10K & 1 Mile Fun Run. Pre-registration $15 ($20 on race day), UMF students $10 ($15 on race day), and Kids Fun Run/Walk ages 10 and under $5 ($8 race day). Kids race starts at 9:30am; 5K/10K begins at 10am.
8:30 a.m. Fitness & Recreation Center
FMI: 207-778-7495

Sunday, Nov 23

Hike at Maine Huts and Trails
Hike to the newest of the four Maine huts in Stratton.
10:15 a.m. Fitness and Recreation Center. Free.
FMI: [email protected] 207-272-2266

 


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