Tuesday, June 30, 2009
posted by Martha K.
Time : 3:23 PM
Don't miss out on the City of Auburn's 4th of July Festival!
Auburn's 4th of July Festival
Event date: Saturday, July 04, 2009, from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Les Gove Park, 1005 12th St. SE

FREE (wristband available purchase for unlimited activities)
Celebrate our country's birthday at Les Gove Park. The event includes a noon bike parade, various entertainment on two stages, a kids craft corner, an arts & craft grove with over 50 artists, a car show, 8 inflatable rides, a rock wall, euro-bungy trampolines and other fun activities for children, bingo, bocce, food concessions, and so much more! Come see for yourself, this naturally shaded park and splash pad will keep you cool during the afternoon.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009
posted by Martha K.
Time : 2:40 PM
Ice Cream Social tomorrow!
I hope everyone is settling in to thier classes! The sun is shining and it was warm while I put out my posters for the Vancouver Trip and the River Rafting Trip.

Don't forget that all international students are invited to the quarterly ice cream social from 12:00 to 2:00 tomorrow Thursday, June 25. We will be in the St. Helens, Olympus and Baker Rooms tomorrow!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009
posted by Martha K.
Time : 1:23 PM
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation presents..
Here are some cool community events for students to enjoy! All of these events will take place at Les Gove Park-across from the Auburn King County Library at 11th and Auburn Way South

July 8 at 7:oo pm
Handful of Luvin'
A folk rock group voted Evening Magazine's "Top 5 Best Local Bands."

July 15 at 7:00 pm
Nathan Chance and Northcoast
A popular country band with a rockin' edge, this local group has opened for George Straight and Kenny Chesney.

July 29 at 7:00 pm
The Senate
An acoustic rock trio that blew last summer's Shades fo Summer concert goers away, so we just had to bring them back.

posted by Martha K.
Time : 10:13 AM
Whew, the first day of the quarter is behind us. I hope all of the new students can find their way around campus.
Summer CORE was a lot of fun! It started out with a lot of rain but when it was time for the camp fire it was dry. We made s'mores and hung out with new friends at the edge of the lake. Boating was a lot of fun....John took Eva, from Macau, on a tour of the lake.....somehow both of them ended up with feathers in their hair.

Don't forget to visit the Student Programs Office on the second floor of the Lindbloom Student Center to sign up for summer events!

Thursday, June 18, 2009
posted by Anh Ly
Time : 10:19 AM
OMG! - SUMMER ORIENTATION
OMG!!! We have 65 new international students!!! CORE should be a lot of fun!! I hope we get to go boating and swimming in the lake. I wonder what kind movies Baris picked out. I am looking forward to roasting marshmallows and making s'mores.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009
posted by Martha K.
Time : 2:42 PM
Summer Activities
Wow, it is already summer quarter! Where has the time gone? The International Student Activities Team has worked hard to put together a fun and exciting calendar of events for Green River students, I hope to see you on our trips. Some highlights are the IMAX trip where we will watch Transformers 2, Tillicum Village where we will learn about Native American culture while eating salmon and watching a stage performance, River Rafting and the trip to Vancouver, Canada!

For more information about summer events please visit the Student Programs Office or be my friend on Facebook-look for Martha Koch.


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