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Christmas at Heritage Center 2014

News

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    UD Receives Grant Funds from American Association of University Women

    The University of Dubuque has been awarded a $4,300 Campus Action Project Grant from the American Association of University Women (AAUW), sponsored by Pantene.

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    Heritage Center Waives Online Fees for the Holidays

    University of Dubuque’s Farber Box Office in Heritage Center will waive all online fees on tickets purchased at their website beginning at 10:00 a.m. on December 22 through December 26 as a special Christmas week special. Tickets and gift certificates in any denomination can be purchased at www.dbq.edu/heritagecenter. Additionally, Farber Box Office will be closed beginning December 20 and resume normal hours on January 5.

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    Delta Phi Sigma to Host Ugly Sweater 5K Run/Walk

    University of Dubuque student organization Delta Phi Sigma will host an Ugly Sweater 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, December 13. This non-timed event for fun and charity will benefit Dubuque’s local Toys for Tots Foundation. Participants are invited to don the jingle bells, Santa hats, and ugly sweaters, lace up their running shoes, and join the fun on a scenic Grandview Avenue route. Run, walk, or slide across the finish line, then join us in the beautiful University of Dubuque's Heritage Center for refreshments and some festive tunes.

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    Jazz Ensemble presents A Swingin’ Christmas at the University of Dubuque

    The University of Dubuque Jazz Ensemble will present A Swingin’ Christmas on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in Heritage Center’s John and Alice Butler Hall. The concert, presented by the University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts, will be performed by student jazz musicians under the direction of Nicholas Bratcher.

Athletic Events

  • December

    19

    Women's Basketball

    Naperville, Ill.

    at North Central College (Ill.) 7:00 p.m.

  • December

    20

    Men's Basketball

    Daytona, Fla.

    at Daytona Shootout vs. Birmingham Southern College at 3:00 p.m. (CST)

  • December

    21

    Men's Basketball

    Daytona, Fla.

    at Daytona Beach Shootout vs. Bridgewater College at 3:00 p.m. (CST)

  • December

    29

    Women's Basketball

    Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

    vs. UW-La Crosse at Wisconsin Dells Tournament

Arts Events

  • January

    30

    Adrian Choral Festival Concert

    John and Alice Butler Hall - Heritage Center

    Adrian Choral Festival Concert

  • January

    30

    Tonic Sol-fa

    John and Alice Butler Hall - Heritage Center

    UD's Department of Fine and Performing Arts holds the second annual Adrian Choral Festival, featuring local high school singers performing a concert with award-winning a capella group Tonic Sol-fa.

  • January

    31

    Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    Babka Black Box - Heritage Center

    Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

  • February

    1

    Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    Babka Black Box - Heritage Center

    Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Other Dubuque Events

  • February

    3

    Tim Wise

    John and Alice Butler Hall - Heritage Center

    An American anti-racism activist, writer and trainer of methods in addressing and dismantling racism. He has given over 600 college campus speeches across the United States.

  • February

    3

    CL Lindsay

    Blades Chapel

    C.L. is a nationally recognized expert and leader in the field of student rights and academic freedom. He will speak about the moral, ethical and legal ramifications of social media.

  • February

    18

    Marva Williams - Federal Reserve Chicago

    John and Alice Butler Hall - Heritage Center

    Marva E. Williams has spent her 25 year career in the field of community economic development, community reinvestment and organizing.

  • February

    26

    Pete Lee

    John and Alice Butler Hall - Heritage Center

    Pete Lee’s comedy is candy coated with a dash of mean. Pete mixes cutting punchlines with an underdog perspective to absolutely roast himself on stage.

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