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|All Day Event||UMC Men's Golf at Nebraska Kearney Invite|
|09:00 AM||Physician On Campus|
|12:00 PM||Lunch Theater and Chamber Music Performance: 'Tres Vidas' - open to the public|
|12:00 PM||t-N-t to kNow tuesday|
|04:00 PM||Study Abroad Club Meeting|
|04:00 PM||Multicultural International Club (MIC) First Meeting of the Year|
|07:00 PM||UMC Women's Volleyball at Bemidji State|
|07:00 PM||Music Performance: 'Tres Vidas' - free and open to the public|
|07:00 PM||Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) Meeting|
|07:00 PM||Club Community Service Training|
|08:00 PM||Intramural Flag Football Captains Meeting|
What's on Wednesday? Comedy Hypnotist Eric Mina, Wednesday, September 17, 7 p.m., Kiehle Auditorium, FREE
It was the great inventor Henry Ford who said, "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right." This quote has inspired Eric Mina to follow his dreams. It was this dream that led Eric to pursue a Bachelors in Psychology from Penn State University and certification as a hypnotherapist. Whether it's playing mind tricks in Australia, reading thoughts in Las Vegas, or performing comedy hypnosis in Times Square, Eric's understanding of the human mind astounds audiences worldwide. His show is a side-splitting, mind-boggling event that will leave you believing your dreams are possible.
Learn more at www.ericmina.com.
This event is sponsored by Student Programming and Activities for Campus Entertainment (S.P.A.C.E.).
In observance of Mexican Independence Day and Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month, the UMC Office of Diversity and Multicultural Programs will sponsor the chamber music show "Tres Vidas" by Core Ensemble for two performances on Tuesday, September 16. A lunch performance will take place at noon in Bede Ballroom. Students may use meal cards, faculty and staff $5.50, all others $7.80. The evening performance begins at 7 p.m. in Kiehle Auditorium and is free. The public is invited to attend.
"Tres Vidas" celebrates the life, times and work of three significant Latin and South American Women: painter Frida Kahlo of Mexico, peasant activist Rufina Amaya of El Salvador, and poet Alfonsina Storni of Argentina. With storylines including Frida Kahlo's dramatic and passionate relationship with painter Diego Rivera, Rufina Amaya's astounding singular survival of the massacre at El Mozote and Alfonsina Storni' life long challenges as Argentina's first great feminist poet,
Tres Vidas presents dramatic situations timeless in their emotional appeal and with connection to audiences across all gender and ethnic spectrums.
To schedule a campus tour, please call 1-800-UMC-MINN (1-800-862-6466) or 218-281-8569.