This weekend at Carthage: Kick-Off Days, soccer games, and so much pizza!
Here’s a look at what’s happening on campus this weekend. For a full list of Carthage events, check out the online calendar at www.carthage.edu/calendar.
Carthage Kick-off Days
Help us kick off the 2019-20 school year with several days of special events for all students. See the full Carthage Kick-Off Days schedule.
H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art presents: ‘Interrupted Underpinning’
H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art
This is a two-person exhibition curated by Becky Nahom, exhibitions manager at Independent Curators International, New York. This exhibition will create a dynamic platform for multidisciplinary practices, with a core purpose of sharing histories that have been marginalized. The exhibition will include artworks exploring issues of labor and material culture.
Friday, Sept. 6
Carthage Men’s Soccer vs Knox College
7-9 p.m., Art Keller Field
Pizza-Palooza! with live music from Next Town Down
8-9:30 p.m., TARC Circle (Rain location: TWC Jockey Rooms)
Come hungry to sample local pizza offerings and catch up-and-coming R&B band Next Town Down — all for free! Sponsored by the Carthage Activities Board.
Saturday, Sept. 7
Kenosha Outdoor Market
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Downtown Kenosha
Enjoy Kenosha’s lakefront while perusing local food vendors and artists. Kenosha’s rubber-tired trolley will be starting early at 11 a.m. this day with rides between campus and downtown Kenosha. Free trolley tickets can be picked up in the Todd Wehr Center Tech Office or at the Red Desk in Lentz Hall.This event is also a part of Kenosha’s Second Saturdays event, offering special events and deals at local businesses.
Carthage Women’s Soccer vs Milwaukee School of Engineering
1-3 p.m., Art Keller Field
Fall Dance Concert Audition
1:30-3:30 p.m., TARC Room 2235
The Theatre Department will hold open auditions for its November dance concert, “SHIFT.” The program will feature a variety of styles including modern, contemporary and jazz works, created by professional choreographers and Carthage’s own emerging choreographers.
Sunday, Sept. 8
Rise and Dine with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Organizations
11 a.m. to noon, Meet at the Todd Wehr Center couches and head into The Caf
Make new friends with members from the various diversity and equity student organizations while enjoying Sunday Brunch. Students will utilize their individual meal points.
Carthage Sailing Clubs First Meeting
Noon, Kenosha Community Sailing Club
The Carthage Sailing Club meets for the first eight weeks of the fall semester for sailing! All students are welcome to join. No previous sailing experience is required. Sailing is a cooperative inclusive sport. Come make some new friends and enjoy a sublime partnership with nature.
Faculty Recital: Professor Greg Berg
2 p.m., H. F. Johnson Center for the Fine Arts Recital Hall
Join for a faculty recital featuring Professor Gregory Berg. Prof. Berg teaches private voice lessons, accompanies Carthage Choir, teaches opera history and vocal diction and literature, and oversees the opera workshop.
Carthage Men’s Soccer vs Alma College
3-5 p.m., Art Keller Field