Friday, 06 Dec 2019
Join us for WinterFest! Enjoy free horse carriage rides, cookie decorating, ice skating, photo snow globes and many more events.
Saturday, 07 Dec 2019
Come in from the cold to experience a different kind of blizzard - a butterfly blizzard in Reiman Gardens' Christina Reiman Butterfly Wing!
Students in the forestry club will sell Christmas trees and holiday wreaths. Proceeds support club activities.
LAST DAY! Support the artists, craftsmen, photographer, designers, the go-getters, and do-it-yourself-ers! Browse a room full of functional and decorative pottery, brilliantly blown glass, beautiful jewelry, hand-lettered paintings and charming accessories created by Ames and ISU artists.
Horticulture club members will sell poinsettias of various colors Dec. 4-7 at a different campus location daily.
Need a last minute gift? Starting with a wood slice, stamp a design on and trace it with a wood burner, or freehand your own idea.
Story Time with Olaf inside the Bookstore at 10:30! Read with your favorite snowman and shop our WinterFest deals. This event is free for everyone and you receive an hour of free parking in the MU ramp with any purchase.
Get into the holiday spirit with a trip back in time to the Farm House Museum.
Actor Rick Dalton is struggling to find meaningful work in a Hollywood he's not familiar with anymore since starring in a 1950s television Western. His neighbors, however may be able to help him out in his Hollywood career. Then the story leads to an eventful night with the Mason family.
James Bovinette teaches trumpet in the Music Department at ISU.
In an entrancing and imaginative adaption of Homer's "The Odyssey," a young refugee encounters new friends and dangerous foes while on an epic search through the U.S. for his family. Directed by LAS Dean's Artist in Residence Arpita Mukherjee.
Deb Never makes bedroom grunge ballads built for the millennial generation. Her voice, noticeably distinct, rides triumphantly off the back of its melodic uniqueness. Production is always built around a single guitar, Deb's most natural instrument, and blends in high frequency drum patterns that bring the songs into the current. Her music is for fans of BROCKHAMPTON, Dominic Fike, Roy Blair, JPEGMAFIA, Yeek, Dijon.