Student Activities and Community Calendar 2013

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TUESDAY, APRIL 15

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Advisement Day.  No Classes.


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16

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Free Shoulder Massages (student activity),
6-9 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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THURSDAY, APRIL 17

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Student Easter Egg Hunt, 8 a.m., between Learning Resource Center and Student Union; candy and prizes; donuts and juice will be served afterward int he Coffee Cove in the LRC.  Presented by the Barton Office Professionals group.
Contact: Julie Munden, (620) 792-9305


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FRIDAY, APRIL 18

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Easter Break. No classes. Offices Closed.

Second Annual Barton Booster Club Golf Tournament,
1 p.m., StoneRidge Country Club, Great Bend.  Shotgun Start; Four-man scramble. $100 per person includes golf cart and greens fees; hole sponsorships available for $100.  Proceeds benefit Barton student athletes.
Contact: Eric Gotsche (620) 617-8600 or Alan Crowther (620) 617-5506


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MONDAY, APRIL 21

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Easter Break. No classes. Offices Closed.


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TUESDAY, APRIL 22

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Free Bingo (student activity),
6 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23

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Barton Baseball, 5 p.m., Lawson-Biggs Field; Barton vs. Kansas Wesleyan JV.
Contact: Mike Warren, (620) 792-9373

Barton Softball (doubleheader), 2 and 4 p.m., Cougar Field; Barton vs. Butler Community College.
Contact: Marc Benjamin, (620) 792-9293


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THURSDAY, APRIL 24

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Shafer Art Gallery Exhibit Opens,
10 a.m.-5 p.m., Shafer Art Gallery.  “Vortex: Kansas High Schools Exhibit.”  Juried exhibit featuring the work of area high school students.  The Shafer Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed Saturdays and is open from 1-5 p.m. on Sundays.

Seventh Annual Hawaiian Luau & Dance,
5-11:59 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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FRIDAY, APRIL 25

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Barton Softball (doubleheader),
3 and 5 p.m., Cougar Field; Barton vs. Seward County Community College.
Contact: Marc Benjamin, (620) 792-9293

Barton Theatre Trip, transportation provided to Kansas State University to see “The Importance of Being Earnest.”  Open to all Barton students, faculty and staff.  Student tickets $11; Faculty/Staff $16.  Sign up in the Fine Arts Office by April 21.
Contact: Erin Renard (620) 786-1187


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SATURDAY, APRIL 26

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Barton Baseball (doubleheader), 1 and 3:30 p.m., Lawson-Biggs Field; Barton vs. Pratt Community College.
Contact: Mike Warren, (620) 792-9373


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SUNDAY, APRIL 27

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Barton Baseball (doubleheader),
1 and 3:30 p.m., Lawson-Biggs Field; Barton vs. Pratt Community College.
Contact: Mike Warren, (620) 792-9373


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30

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Barton $3 Movie Night (student/employee activity), 
Golden Belt Cinema 6, 1222 Kansas Ave., Great Bend; tickets available from Director of Student Life Diane Engle; Barton Faculty and Staff -$5 tickets.  See Diane Engle at theater at 7 p.m. to purchase tickets (cash only).  Transportation from the Union leaves at 6:30 for 7 and 8 p.m. movies only.
Contact: 
Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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THURSDAY, MAY 1

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Vortex Art Day
, area high school students will visit campus and participate in hands-on art workshops and demonstrations for various fine arts activities.  The day will end with an awards ceremony for student, submitted artwork judged by professionals in Barton’s Art Department.
Contact:  David Barnes, (620) 792-9342

Thespian Showcase, 3 p.m., Fine Arts Auditorium, Barton Theatre students will perform monologues, scenes, musical theatre, improvisation and original work. The Barton Theatre Department will announce year-end acting and technical awards. Reception to follow.  Free event.
Contact: Erin Renard, (620) 786-1187


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SATURDAY, MAY 3

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EMT Field Ops Day,
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Technical Building.  Emergency Medical Services students and students from various related programs will conduct drills and practice operational procedures in lifelike emergency scenarios.
Contact:  Jennifer Ladd, (620) 786-1110


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SUNDAY, MAY 4

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Seventh Annual Barton Foundation Sporting Clay Shoot Fundraiser, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Camp Aldrich,  884 NE 110 Ave. in Claflin; fundraiser for Barton faculty mini-grants; competition for individuals or three-person teams;entry fee, $60 per person, which includes lunch and 100 sporting clays; shells not included but can be purchased at the event.  Non-shooters planning to eat lunch, $10. 
Contact: Darnell Holopirek, (620)792-9367

Double Reed Ensemble Concert, 7:30 p.m., Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel in the Fine Arts Building, Well-known double reed specialist Kay Werth of Kansas will perform a free concert with an ensemble including an oboe, English horn and bassoon.
Contact: Steve Lueth, (620) 792-9396


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MONDAY, MAY 5

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Cinco De Mayo Celebration, 11 a.m.-1:15 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271

Free Bingo (student activity), 6 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271

Music Endowment Concert, 7:30 p.m., Fine Arts Auditorium; featuring vocal and instrumental music groups, Hilltop Singers, Concert Choir, individual vocal soloists and ensembles and Barton Jazz Ensemble; admission is $5 at the door; proceeds go to Barton’s Music Endowment Scholarship Fund.
Contact:   Vern Fryberger, (620)792-9395; Steve Lueth, (620) 792-9396


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7

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Enrollment Days,
1 p.m., Check-in at Kirkman Visitor Center.  Students can plan and enroll in their classes with an advisor, meet with a financial aid officer and finalize payment options. 
Contact:
Tana Cooper, (620) 792-9241


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THURSDAY, MAY 8

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Student Recital,
7:30 p.m., Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel in the Fine Arts Building, instrumental and vocal performances by students of the Barton Music Department.
Contact: Vern Fryberger, (620) 792-9395

Barton $3 Movie Night (student/employee activity), Golden Belt Cinema 6, 1222 Kansas Ave., Great Bend; tickets available from Director of Student Life Diane Engle; Barton Faculty and Staff -$5 tickets.  See Diane Engle at theater at 7 p.m. to purchase tickets (cash only).  Transportation from the Union leaves at 6:30 for 7 and 8 p.m. movies only.
Contact: 
Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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FRIDAY, MAY 9

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Barton Community College Student Juried Art Exhibit (opening reception),
6-8 p.m., Shafer Gallery; music, refreshments and juror’s talk; exhibit will run through June 8.
Contact:  David Barnes, (620) 792-9342


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MONDAY, MAY 12

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Finals begin and run through May 15.

Late Night Breakfast,
8-11 p.m., Student Union, for students studying for final examinations, served by faculty and staff volunteers.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 14

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Book Fair, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Student Union.
Contact: Diane Engle, (620) 792-9271


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THURSDAY, MAY 15

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Alpha Sigma Lambda Induction Ceremony, 7-8:30 p.m., Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, Fine Arts Building, F-157; Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society for non-traditional students.
Contact: Deanna Stevens (620) 786-1118


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FRIDAY, MAY 16

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MLT Student Pinning Ceremony,
9:30 a.m., Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, Fine Arts Building, F-157.
Contact: Christy Nemec, (620) 792-9266

Student Ambassador of the Year Reception, Noon, Community Room, Learning Resource Center, L-116.
Contact: Tana Cooper, (620) 792-9241

Honors Celebration, 1 p.m., Student Union; honoring students graduating with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Contact: Kathy Boeger, (620) 792-9203

Nursing Pinning Ceremony, 2:30-3:30 p.m., Fine Arts Auditorium; followed by a reception in the Student Union.
Contact: Heather Dombroski, (620) 792-9219

Paramedic Cording, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, Fine Arts Building, F-157 honoring students in the EMT program.
Contact: Karyl White, (620) 792-9347

Barton’s 44th Annual Commencement, 7 p.m., Barton Gymnasium.  Students being recognized are those who have completed their GED, certificates and/or associate degrees.
Contact: Brandon Steinert, (620) 792-9307


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SATURDAY, MAY 17

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Sixth Annual Wounded Warrior Golf Scramble, 9 a.m. shotgun start, Custer Hill Golf Course, Fort Riley; The Wounded Warrior Scramble is an opportunity not only to support the soldiers located at Fort Riley, but also to thank them for dedicated service and sacrifice to our country; all proceeds go toward assisting wounded soldiers at Fort Riley; $60 per person includes golf, cart, meal and participation gifts; pre-registration encouraged as tournament is limited to the first 36 teams; sponsorships also available, www.woundedwarriorgolf.com.
Contact: Rey Domingo, (785)784-6606


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21

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Enrollment Days,
1 p.m., Check-in at Kirkman Visitor Center.  Students can plan and enroll in their classes with an advisor, meet with a financial aid officer and finalize payment options. 
Contact:
Tana Cooper, (620) 792-9241


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MONDAY, MAY 26

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Memorial Day.  Offices closed.


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28

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Enrollment Days,
1 p.m., Check-in at Kirkman Visitor Center.  Students can plan and enroll in their classes with an advisor, meet with a financial aid officer and finalize payment options. 
Contact:
Tana Cooper, (620) 792-9241


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THURSDAY, MAY 29

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Summer registration ends.



 










 

 

 




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