Make plans to reconnect with your student at Fall Family Open House
October’s annual Fall Family Open House includes a variety of events to illustrate student life on campus – and it’s a great chance to reconnect with students a month after classes start.
Fall Family Open House is Friday, Oct. 25 through Sunday, Oct. 27 and will include:
- Ryan Stiles performing in the Performing Arts Center with the “Whose Live Anyway?” crew. Stiles is an improv comedian who was nominated for an Emmy in 2002. He also established the Upfront Theatre in downtown Bellingham.
- Mark Greenberg, new director of Western’s library, to speak about some of the new renovations in the the library’s Learning Commons.
- Planetarium shows.
- A wine and cheese reception in the Western Gallery, with a raffle to benefit student scholarships.
- A performance by the Dead Parrots Society, Western’s acclaimed student improv group.
- A chance to be a student for a day in “Classes Without Quizzes.”
- Department Open Houses.
Have something to donate for the raffle? Contact New Student Services/Family Outreach at (360) 650 3846 or email@example.com.