What to do this weekend

Erin Hartmann


As it turns out, there is actually not a whole lot to do this weekend. Here are some things only a few of you will be interested in:


Friday, April 14


Possible events today include: Opening night of CWRU Theater’s “Aliens with Extraordinary Skills” in Eldred Hall from 7:30- 10 p.m. Case Camerata Chamber Orchestra Performance at Harkness Chapel from 7:30-9 p.m., which is free and open to the public. If you’re well educated in art or just pretend to be, the Cleveland Museum of Art will be hosting “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks” at 10 a.m. with an $8 entry fee for college students. If you’re hungry and looking for non-dining hall food, almost all community and local churches are hosting a fish fry for lunch that costs between $8-15 as part of their Good Friday celebrations.


Saturday, April 15


Campus events include the second night of “Aliens with Extraordinary Skills” in case you don’t get to see it on Friday. If you are a John Cougar Mellencamp enthusiast, visit his exhibit on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. If your parents are bigger fans of this 80s singer than you are, call them up because it’s a good weekend for them to visit. If you want to relive the glory days when you watched “Freaky Friday” with your BFF, it will be performed in a musical comedy format at 7:30 p.m. in Cleveland Play House for as low as $25.


Sunday, April 16


It’s Easter Sunday. For all you folks who celebrate, get on down to church and then grab those baskets and put on those bunny ears. Not much going on campus today, so you might as well stop avoiding your homework and just get it done.

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