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Friday, December 9

Stress Busters Week

Wellness Zone, LSC

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Stress management and biofeedback

11 a.m. to noon: Matt magic

noon to 4 p.m.: Chair massage

1:30 to 3:30 p.m.: "Comedy Corner"

Mystery Science Theater 3000

7 p.m.

LSC Senate Chambers

"Santa Claus Conquers the Martians." Our last show for the semester, "Santa Claus's" plot is spelled out fairly well in the title, plus or minus some annoying children and boundless goofiness. Admission is free.

Senior Dance Showcase

8 p.m.

LSC Theatre

Don't miss the senior capstone event for dance majors at CSU as they demonstrate their artistry in choreography and performance. Tickets cost $4 and $8. To purchase tickets by phone with MasterCard or Visa, call (970) 491-4TIX. For special packages, group rates or donations, call Alana Minor at (970) 491-4042.

Friday Afternoon Club

6 to 8 p.m.

International House Lobby, 1400 W. Elizabeth

Learn about hostelling safety and responsible travel in America and Europe. Lots of transportation tips for easy and cheap travel. Meet international students and members of the Fort Collins community and university. For more information or to volunteer contact asravalo@simla.colostate.edu

Saturday, December 10

CSU Bookstore presents "Unfolding Conversations"

11 a.m.

Steve Slaton will present his journey in creating "The SLIM Conspiracy," taking a closer look at the medical establishment. Steve will discuss his writing process about the novel and answer questions.

Nature crafts and book sale

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Environmental Learning Center, 3745 E. Prospect Road

CSU staff, faculty and students are invited to the ELC's holiday open house. Free nature crafts for kids, raffle with great prizes and much more. RSVP is appreciated but not required.

Sunday, Dec. 11

Society for Psi Research and Education (SPRE)

11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m,

Masonic Temple, 225 W. Oak St.

By focusing on the messages from ETs in both his writing and speaking, Mark Kimmel, author, investigator and lecturer, gets to the heart of the matter and presents an enlightened vision for the future of our planet. Unwilling to ignore the reality of our current devolution, Mark examines its causes and implications. Donations are $8 for adults, $15 for couples and students are free.

Rocky Mountain Raptor Program

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CSU Vet Teaching Hospital, 300 W. Drake Road

The Rocky Mountain Raptor Program will host a holiday open house. Visitors can enjoy a tour of the center and learn more about injured birds of prey and how to become involved. Refreshments will be served. For more information call (970) 297-0398.

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