Monday 9/16

Equestrian Club Meeting, Campus Center 1015

 8 - 10 p.m.

Whatever your level of horse enthusiasm, the equestrian club has got you covered. Trot on over to the campus center to join the discussion about horses and sport, and to find out more about practice times too. Go on now, giddy up.

Cost: Free

Tuesday 9/17

Career Fair Panel Discussion: A Talk with Alumni, Campus Center 2650

 5:30 – 8 p.m. 

The Fall Career Fair is coming up fast! Luckily, you have the chance to prepare. Come ask questions of employed RIT Alumni. They are sure to provide you with the advice and tips you need to succeed. 

Cost: Free

Wednesday 9/18

Community Service Fair, SAU Lobby

 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Whether you want community service hours, free candy, resume builders, an opportunity to help or something to remind you to be grateful for what you have, the Community Service Fair is the place to be. Get involved!

Cost: Free

Thursday 9/19

Tapas Night, Memorial Art Gallery

 5 – 8 p.m

In Spain, many people go barhopping between work and dinner, ordering beers, wine and the accompanying tapas, or delicious little plates including stuffed piquillo peppers, roasted almonds, salt cod, olives and more. But you don’t have to go all the way across the Atlantic to enjoy this flavorful snack. Just stop by the Memorial art gallery for music, drinks and a little taste of Spain.

Friday 9/20

BANDALOOP, Manhattan Square Park

 8 p.m.

Lovers of dance and climbing alike, come see this dance company combine the two for a 20 minute vertical performance on the side of the 21-story One HSBC Plaza building for this year’s Fringe Fest.

Cost: Free

Saturday 9/21

Theme Tour: Mischief, Murder, and Mayhem, South Entrance to Mount Hope Cemetery

 12:30 p.m.

If ghost stories are your thing but are a bit too much to handle in the middle of the night, visit the cemetery to hear all about some of their most notorious and heroic residents. This midday tour focuses on both those who went against the law and those who tried to stop them.

Cost: $7

Sunday 9/22

Fall Equinox Fairy Garden, Wayside Garden Center

 2 – 4 p.m.

I do believe in fairies! I do! I do! Help save the fairy species by building a garden for them to live in or at least to visit on occasion. Wayside Garden center will have classes on how to make your best fairy habitat, as well as vendors to help you figure out which mini furniture items will look best with which mini plant. Not to mention, free refreshments.

Cost: Free for those who register