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Denver Arts & Culture Weekend

Denver Arts & Culture Weekend

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Location: Denver
Time: 6am
Description: Open to Students. The Student Engagement and Leadership Center is hosting its first Arts and Culture Weekend, February 15th-17th, 2019 in Denver, CO. To register, please complete this form entirely: . You will receive an email copy of the form submission if it successfully submits. In order to reserve a spot, you must pay the registration fee ($100) in the SELC (SU 210). We accept cash, checks, credit/debit cards, and buzzbucks.

Once we have your form and your registration fee, you will receive a confirmation email. Your registration fee covers transportation, accommodation, breakfast, and the Denver City Pass. You are responsible for additional costs like lunches, dinners, and any optional/unplanned activities. The tentative weekend schedule is below. Students will stay in a room with three other students, so if you have roommate preferences, please list them on the form.

Saturday, February 15th, 2019:

6:00 AM: Leave BHSU Library Circle (Please bring breakfast)
Lunch on the way
2:00 PM: Denver Botanical Gardens (entrance is covered by the Denver City Pass)
4:30 PM: Hotel Check-In
6:00 PM: Optional Activity: Dave & Busters (Dinner Available)- Sportsbar style adult arcade

Sunday, February 16th, 2019:

8:30 AM: Breakfast (Covered at the hotel)
10:00 AM: Denver Art Museum (entrance is covered by the Denver City Pass)
12:30 PM: Lunch at Avanti F&B- A Collective Eatery
2:00 PM: Denver Museum of Nature & Science (entrance is covered by the Denver City Pass)
7:00 PM: Optional Activity: Top Golf (Dinner Available)- High-tech driving range with entertainment lounge, drinks, and games

Monday, February 17th, 2019:

8:30 AM: Breakfast (Covered at the hotel)
10:00 AM: Leave for BHSU

Statement from President Nichols

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It is with a troubled heart that we write this note of concern and support for the Black community. The events over the last few weeks and following the tragic senseless deaths of African Americans in Georgia, Kentucky, and Minnesota have yet again brought racial injustices to the forefront.