Friday’s Daily Dose

Laramie winter has officially began with snow throughout the week and lots of “sweater-weather”. Make sure you bundle up today and tonight as you start your weekend. There is plenty to do and if you haven’t already, make sure you purchase your tickets for the UW Cowboy Football game tomorrow, Saturday Oct. 27th! Here is your Daily Dose brought to you by the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce.

1. Maters of Misery Haunted House to Benefit the Cathedral Home for Children. Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be hosting the Masters of Misery Haunted House. All proceeds will go to the Cathedral Home for Children! Get ready to be scared!The haunted house will be located at 1621 E. Fraternity Row, Laramie, Wyoming 82070. It is a $5 admission

OCTOBER 25th, 26th and 27th 7:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M.

OCTOBER 31st from 6:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M.

2. Dracula at the Gryphon Theatre. Go and see Steven Dietz’s Dracula at the Gryphon Theatre. Every night from October 25-27 at 7:30pm. With a very competent cast and crew, it’s not an event you will want to miss! This is an interactive show, tarps wouldn’t be a bad thing to bring. Good Luck!

3. Time for Three blending music at UW. The Student Activities Council and Cultural Programs are co-sponsoring an event to bring Time for Three, a classically trained garage band, to campus on Friday Oct. 26 in the Fine Arts Concert Hall at 7:30pm.

There will be a free show in the Skylight Lounge from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday Oct. 26 where the band will be giving out vouchers for students to get tickets at the price of $10 instead of $20.
Tickets for this event will be available for purchase through the Union Information Desk as well as the Fine Arts Box Office. University of Wyoming students with a valid student I.D. and senior citizens may purchase their tickets for $20. The general public may purchase tickets for $24.

Time for Three combines classical, country western, gyspy and jazz idioms for a great new sound. Also known as TF3, Zachary De Pue, violin; Nicolas Kendall, violin; and Ranaan Meyer, double bass, started playing together for fun while students at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute for Music. The group gained immediate attention in July 2003, when a power failure at the Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts sparked an impromptu jam session which the crowd went wild for.

To date, the group has performed hundreds of engagements: from featured guest soloists on the Philadelphia Orchestra’s subscription series to Club Yoshi’s in San Francisco; from residencies at the Kennedy Center to Christoph Eschenbach’s birthday concert at the Schleswig-Holstein Festival in Germany; and from the Windpower Expo to the Boston Pops.


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