Yeah Sunday is the Superbowl, but have you considered filling your entire weekend with sports? You can get reduced price tickets to the Nuggets this Saturday through the Alumni Association if you’re a member. There’ll be tailgating in the parking lot of the Pepsi Center from 5:30 p.m. untll 7 p.m., complete with food, drinks and a CSU giveaway. CSU ROTC will be the color guard and CSU Alumnus and Hornets player #14 Jason Smith will be playing in the game.
Learn more at www.today.colostate.edu.
What: ‘Kids ‘n Kritters’
When: Now through Feb. 15
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Morgan Library’s Archives Reading Room
“Kids ‘n Kritters”: A history of animal 4-H projects will be on display in Room 202 of Morgan Library. If you’re unfamiliar with 4-H, it’s a national youth development program that does research and prepared kids for leadership positions and stuff. The main point here is that there’s livestock animals and there’s kids, and there are photos of them together from the early 20th century. It’s historical, the animals are cute and it’s right in the library if you want to take a look.
What: Black History Month kick-off
When: Friday, Feb. 1 at 12 p.m.
Where: Lory Student Center
February is Black History Month (be sure to check out the Collegian on Monday for an in-depth article!), which is being kicked off today starting at noon. There’ll be song, dance and a deliverance of the Emancipation Proclamation from the mayor of Fort Collins, Karen Weitkunat. Following that will be an opportunity to head over to Johnson Hall to examine artifacts from the Dearfield black settlement, a location here in Colo. with relevance to black history.
What: Patti Fiasco with Better Than Bacon
When: Friday, Feb. 1 at 9 p.m.
Where: Road 34
What’s better than bacon? A band literally called Better Than Bacon and Patti Fiasco. Better Than Bacon attests itself as “Greasy Rock ‘n’ Roll with Old Soul,” and Patti Fiasco is old-school country music. Bike on down and jam out.