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Events

 

On-campus and off-campus events

 

 

Tuesday, December 16, 8:00p.m., Pizza Plus: Enjoy local talent (or share your own) at an "open mic" experience with an artist's touch. Savor cuisine from Pizza Plus' full artisan menu until midnight. Sign-up begins at 8:00 p.m. for a limited number of slots. First come, first serve!

Wednesday, December 17, 4:00p.m., The Green Mill in Eau Claire: Sigma Tau Delta is celebrating the end of the semester with food and conversation. There will be a white elephant gift exchange, so wrap an inexpensive, unused item from your room and bring it along. If you need transportation, contact tempusam@uwec.edu.

Thursday, December 18, 7:00p.m., The Volume One Gallery: Volume One's storytelling series, where some of the area's best writers and yarn-spinners take to the mic for a night of personal stories told live. Each night multiple storytellers muse on a common theme. Tonight's theme is Holiday Heroics:Stories of yuletide successes and holly jolly failures.

Saturday, December 20, 3:00-4:00 p.m., The Volume One Gallery: Local novelist and short story writer, Nickolas Butler, will read from his acclaimed novel, Shotgun Lovesongs. Butler will be able to answer questions and sign copies of the book.

 

 

 Fall Semester, Times Vary.

The Center for Writing Excellence (CWE) offers free one-on-one peer writing support for all UWEC students at any stage of any writing project. CWE writing assistants are recruited from across campus and work with students in every major. They can help you brainstorm topics for papers and multimedia projects, develop thesis statements, organize your sources, focus and revise your arguments, and avoid plagiarism by properly citing sources. They can also help with personal writing (resumes, graduate school applications). The CWE offers support in multiple locations around campus, including McIntyre Library, the Student Success Center in Centennial Hall, the Haas Fine Arts Center, and upper-campus dorms. Visit http://www.uwec.edu/writing for more information or to make an appointment.

  

 

 2nd Tuesdays 7–8:15 pm: Writers Read at the L.E. Phillips Memorial Library, 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire, 715.839-1648, Featured Writers and "Themed Readings" Free and open to the public. ecpubliclibrary.info/index.php

 

First Wednesdays 7–9 pm: OUTLOUD: Open Mike at the Acoustic Café: Free and open to the public. An open mike for original words: writers, poets, spoken-word, slammers, singer-songwriters, monologists; if you wrote it come share your short works with and listen to others. Come early for dinner, stay for dessert. Sign-up sheet at 6:30 pmtheacoustic.com/eauclaire/home.shtml  

 

 

 

 

 

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