October 05, 2013
WABASH Day is the College's national day of community service. Alumni groups across the country, including in Crawfordsville, will conduct service projects in celebration of Wabash Alumni Benefiting and Serving Humanity.
Cross Country at Hanover: Pre-Nationals, Hanover, IN, 10:00AM
Quests and Questions Labyrinth: 12:00PM
Do you question what makes life significant? Or if your life will be directed towards a calling that is of value or meaning? For centuries labyrinths have been used as meditative instruments for people to explore the depths and workings of their inner lives. The labyrinth is a small pilgrimage to the center of our lives. The unicircular path of the labyrinth invites the walker to quiet the mind and open the heart. Put aside your immediate concerns for a few moments and walk our labyrinth guided by the passions that call you. This labyrinth constructed by Wabash students is open to the community. We look forward to sharing our quests and presenting our questions to you. No RSVP required. Location: Mall Between Allen Athletic Center and MXI
Lacrosse: IM Field in Mud Hollow, 12:00PM
Rugby Match: IM Field in Mud Hollow, 1:00PM
Football at Wooster: Wooster, OH, 1:00PM
Soccer at Oberlin: 4:00PM
Oktoberfest: On the mall, 4:00PM - 6:00PM
You are invited to the 5th Annual Oktoberfest presented by the Wabash College German Club! The event will be taking place on Saturday, October 5 at 4-6 pm.
Wabash Theater: Wild Oats: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 8:00PM
Switching the locale of the action from the drawing room of John O’Keefe’s Restoration England to the saloons of the Old West, and transforming the characters from scheming servants and lustful gentry to music hall girls and stalwart cavalrymen, playwright James McLure holds onto the hilariously convoluted structure that has made the original play a timeless delight. As Variety puts it: “Plot elements include standard mistaken identities, long lost son reunited with parents, evil landlord foreclosing at the drop of a tumbleweed, a crusty colonel who’s planted progeny all over the wild west, a hero who stops a speeding train with one hand, a foppish son who’s been kicked out of more military schools than he can count, ad histrionicum.” And so it goes—resulting happily enough, in a slam-bang, wildly funny farce which provides both a field day for performers and an experience of sheer delight for audiences.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive