Western Michigan University’s Campus Activities Board has many events in store for WMU students and the Kalamazoo community. Having already hosted Dpahnique Springs on Feb. 9for a night of comedy, CAB has set the pace for what promises to be an entertaining spring semester.
On Feb. 15, the Miller Movie will be the Disney animated feature “Moana”. With free popcorn in hand, attendees will be able to enjoy an Oscar-nominee for Best Animated Film and enjoy the songs they have grown to love, or fall in love with them for the first time. As per usual, tickets are $1 with a student ID and $2 without.
Attendees can also feel a part of what makes Disney so magical as CAB has collaborated with the A Moment of Magic foundation – a nonprofit organization where volunteers visit children’s hospitals dressed as the patient's’ favorite Disney characters. All proceeds from the Miller Movie will go directly towards making a child’s day better.
Relay for Life will be coming up soon. Preparations are underway for the event that will occur on both March 31 and April 1. So don’t be a fool and get out your jogging shoes for a good cause.
Finally, CAB is proud to announce that Nick Offerman will be bringing both his comedic talents and his iconic mustache to Miller Auditorium on April 6. Known best for his role as Ron Swanson on the hit television show “Parks and Recreation”, the show is sure to be filled with laughter and colorful language. Tickets for students will be $10 and will be available for purchase on Feb. 13. General public tickets will be available on Feb. 27, and will cost $25. The show will be at 8 p.m.
CAB is always working on the next remarkable event on campus, so be on the lookout for the next big announcement. In the meantime, enjoy the songs, causes and laughs that are headed to campus.