Starting Oct. 11, the entrance to the Recreation Center will relocate to the East Gym of the Recreation Center (Facing Folsom Field). The Rec Center will stay open during construction and we appreciate everyone's patience as we adjust our configuration in order to maintain programming during these renovations. Our renovations will give the CU community an amazing, cutting-edge recreation facility for years to come.
The Slackline Club at CU is hosting the second annual Slacking for Trees event on Friday, Oct. 12 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on the west end of Norlin Quad. This is the time of year when slackliners come together to celebrate the trees that let us slack and the forests that let us breathe. Anyone is welcome to come by the west end of Norlin Quad between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to try out the sport, hear about our tree projection campaign, learn to be a rainforest-safe shopper, and help us raise charity money for a reforestation project in Brazil ($1/tree)!
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