LAUREN PENNOCK | Reporter
Wondering what there is to do now that Halloween festivities have come to a close? Don’t stress because we have five suggestions for you. Here’s what you can check this week around campus, the St. Charles community and St. Louis area.
Tuesday, Nov. 6
4 p.m.- 7 p.m.
Looking to make some new friends or professional connections? Head on over to the Pin-Up Bowl for some free bowling, snacks and beverages. Chat to other college students and get some LinkendIn adds.
Wednesday, Nov. 7
Old Rock House
In the mood for some live music? Get some friends and head to the Old Rock House to listen to original country music offered by singer Tony Lucca. View website for admission fees.
Thursday, Nov. 8- Saturday, Nov. 10
As the semester begins to wrap up, we could all use some laughter. Stop by the Flyover Comedy Festival to enjoy some stand up with friends. View website for general admission fee.
Friday, Nov. 9 & Saturday, Nov. 10
6 p.m. Friday
1 p.m. Saturday
Lindenwood Ice Arena
Grab some hot cocoa and a seat on the bleachers to cheer on Lindenwood’s Women’s Ice Hockey in their match against St. Cloud State. There is a second game on Saturday at 1 p.m. as well.
Thursday, Nov. 8 – Saturday, Nov. 10
J. Scheidegger Center – Lindenwood University
Go support the Lindenwood Dance program and your fellow student dancers as they perform the Fall Dance concert Thursday evening through Saturday evening. Admission is $10.