Vending MachinesVending Machine Exhibition and Art Sale

Oct. 30, 7 p.m. | B.F. Larsen Main Gallery

For one night only, the Department of Visual Arts gets to stock some vending machines, and you won’t find chocolate milk. Two machines will dispense the original artwork of faculty and students, priced anywhere from $1 to $20. The machines will be stocked with fresh art throughout the night. All proceeds go to the local food bank.

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An OrganistClassical 89 Silent Movie Night: The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

Oct. 31, 7:30 p.m. | de Jong Concert Hall

Theater organist extraordinaire professor Mike L. Ohman (BA ’82) will accompany the screening of this famous haunted romance. Come dressed for the Halloween costume contest. No masks, please—Lon Chaney, the starring phantom in this black-and-white production, is enough of a fright.


LDS LivesLDS Lives

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Back with 14 new episodes, this season of LDS Lives is stacked. Learn about prominent Latter-day Saints, like David O. McKay, Janice Kapp Perry, and Janie Thompson, in addition to less familiar Saints, such as Berlin candy bomber Gail Halvorsen, or John Moses Browning, one of the finest firearms designers in U.S. history.

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BYU Football BootBYU Football Goes for the Boot

Oct. 3, Utah State; Nov. 22, Utah | Romney Stadium; Rice Eccles Stadium

Each year Utah’s collegiate football teams compete for three pieces of hardware: the Old Wagon Wheel goes to the winner of the Cougar-Aggie contest; the Deseret Duel football trophy is vied for by the U and the Y; and the Beehive Boot—an antique pioneer boot—goes to the team with the best in-state record. BYU currently houses all three; will the Cougars retain them for another year?

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Aspen Grove Camps and GetawaysAspen Grove Camps and Getaways

Check Web site for dates | Aspen Grove, Provo Canyon

Need a family retreat? Check out the Aspen Grove Family Camp and Conference Center’s 2008–09 programs. Spend time with your spouse at the Marriage Weekend Getaway, or organize a ward or stake youth conference at Aspen Grove, where youth will enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter and hiking in the spring. Or bring the whole family: there are still a few spots remaining for Family Camp 2009.

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