Out & About: Events to look forward to
Christmas Convo: Don’t forget to get a good laugh in before finals week. Christmas convocation, the most anticipated parody event of the school year, is Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.
Winterfest: Need something to do over winter break? Winterfest is back with food, fun and music Dec. 30 and 31. Featured artists include Lecrae, Humble Tip, Family Force 5, Newsboys, Fireflight, Kutless and more. Tickets are available online at libertywinterfest.com. CSER opportunities are available for students.
A Christmas Wonderland in the Courtyard: Free food, drinks and music for students sponsored by the Student Government Association Wednesday, Dec. 8 after Campus Church.
Salvation Army Bell Ringers: Liberty students, faculty and staff are invited to volunteer for the Salvation Army bell ringer position. CSER credit is available for students. Time slots to work are available from now until Dec. 24. For more information contact Darren Wu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas Coffeehouse: Christmas Coffeehouse is coming Dec. 10. in the Vines Center. Tickets are available through Student Activities’ website and at the Vines Center ticket office for $3, tickets will be $5 at the door. Floor tables are $64, seat eight people, and can only be purchased at the Vines Center ticket office.
Virginia Christmas Spectacular: A Thomas Road Christmas Carol
The Virginia Christmas Spectacular’s is in its 40th year of dazzling audiences of all ages. This year’s performance will span 40 years of Christmas traditions and memories. For ticket information visit TRBC’s event website at new.trbc.org/events/ or call 888-244-2178.
A Christmas Carol: Join the Liberty Theater Department in their musical latest production “A Christmas Carol,” which opens on Dec. 3 and runs until Dec. 11. Tickets are on sale now at liberty.edu/theatre.
New Year’s Eve Mad Hatter’s Ball at City View Sky Top Lounge: Fall down the rabbit hole and head to City View for the Mad Hatter’s Ball in downtown Lynchburg. Have a great time, while helping a great cause. Tickets for the Ball are $50 per person. Proceeds will benefit Presbyterian Homes and Family Services and the Family Alliance. PHFS and the Family Alliance provide services and programs to help children, adults and families in the community, from credit counseling and parenting classes to residential care for at-risk teens and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Senior Class Christmas Sweater Day: Show off your Christmas spirit and start a new tradition with SGA Wednesday, Dec. 8. Seniors, as well as students of all classes, are encouraged to wear Christmas sweaters, whether cute or cringe-worthy.
LAMP Literary Journal: Pick up you free copy Fall 2010 LAMP Magazine, available now at the Liberty Bookstore as well as local coffeeshops.
A Lecture on “A Christmas Carol”: Sigma Tau Delta and the Department of Theatre Arts are hosting a free lecture on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 5:30 p.m. in the Tower Theater. Dr. Emily Heady and “A Christmas Carol” director Professor Chris Nelson will be speaking and light refreshments will be served.