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Central Michigan University Events: July 10-16

Highlighted events from Thursday, July 10, to Wednesday, July 16

Contact: CMU News


Central Michigan University hosts more than 500 events each year, many of which are free and open to the public. Highlighted events from Thursday, July 10, to Wednesday, July 16, include:

“The Smell of the Kill” Theatre Performance — Thursday

The University Theatre company at Central Michigan University will present “The Smell of the Kill” from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 10 in Moore Hall’s Bush Theatre. The play, by Michelle Lowe and directed by Keeley Stanley-Bohn, will tell the story of three malicious wives, their husbands and revenge. Purchase tickets through CMU Ticket Central online at cmich.edu/ticketcentral, by calling 989-774-3045 or in person at the CMU Events Center ticket office located at 300 E. Broomfield Rd.

College of Health Professions Day — Friday

The Herbert H. & Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University will host an open house July 11 in the Health Professions Building located at the corner of Preston Street and East Campus Drive. High school students and prospective transfer students are invited to explore academic programs including athletic training, communication disorders, community health, environmental health and safety, exercise science, health administration, physical education, school health education, and sport management. The day offers the opportunity to talk with Health Professions faculty and other students; attend an academic showcase presentation highlighting programs of study, clinical experiences and career options; take a guided campus tour; enjoy lunch in a residential restaurant; and attend a Student Services fair to learn more about academic advising, admissions, career services, residence life and much more. Register online at admissions.cmich.edu/events.

“Murder by Natural Causes” Theatre Performance — Friday

The University Theatre company at Central Michigan University will present “Murder by Natural Causes” from 7:30 to 9 p.m. July 11 in Moore Hall’s Bush Theatre. The play, by Tim Kelly and directed by Tim Connors, will tell the story of a greedy wife’s plan to murder her husband, a famous psychic. Purchase tickets through CMU Ticket Central online at cmich.edu/ticketcentral, by calling 989-774-3045 or in person at the CMU Events Center ticket office located at 300 E. Broomfield Rd.

“The Price of Union: A Young Michigan in the Civil War” — Saturday

The College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and CMU’s Museum of Cultural and Natural History will present “The Price of Union: A Young Michigan in the Civil War” from 9 a.m. to noon July 12 at the Gerald R. Poor Museum located on the southwest corner of Preston Street and West Campus Drive. The faculty-led student exhibit tells the story of America’s greatest domestic war. Admission is free and open to the public.

“The Complete World of Sports (abridged)” Theatre Performance — Saturday

The University Theatre company at Central Michigan University will present “The Complete World of Sports (abridged)” from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 12 in Moore Hall’s Bush Theatre. The comedy, by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor and directed by Steve Berglund, will mirror the sell-out play, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)!” Purchase tickets through CMU Ticket Central online at cmich.edu/ticketcentral, by calling 989-774-3045 or in person at the CMU Events Center ticket office located at 300 E. Broomfield Rd.

An Afternoon on the Moon — Tuesday

The College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Science/Mathematics/Technology Center at Central Michigan University will offer a lunar experience via Starlab, a portable planetarium, from 1 to 3 p.m. July 15 in the Museum of Cultural and Natural History, Rowe Hall 103. Designed for families with children in kindergarten through eighth grade, this workshop will teach why the moon looks the way it does and give participants an opportunity to construct their own moon base. Limited space is available and prepaid reservations are required. The cost is $2 per person and scholarships are available. Contact the museum at cmuseum@cmich.edu or 989-774-3829 to register.

Athletic events

Baseball Potential Prospect Day Camp — Monday

Central Michigan University Athletics will host a Baseball Potential Prospect Day Camp for grades 8 through 12 July 14 at Theunissen Stadium. This camp will be split into two, three-hour sessions and will offer professional skill instruction in hitting, pitching and position work. Session one will begin at 8 a.m. and is designed for pitches and catchers. Session two will begin at noon and is designed for position players. The cost is $65 for those attending one session and $120 for those attending both sessions. Register online at baseball.cmusportscamps.com by midnight July 12.

Volleyball Setter Specialty Camp — Friday through Sunday

Central Michigan University Athletics will host a Volleyball Setter Specialty Camp for grades 7 through 12 July 11 through 13. This camp will include training with an emphasis on the hands, body position, contact point and movement skills needed for consistent and accurate ball delivery and will teach the finer points of on-court leadership and communication of the setting position. The cost is $335 for those staying in residence halls and $245 for commuters. Register online at cmuvolleyballcamps.com by midnight July 9.

Volleyball Junior Chippewa Camp — Saturday and Sunday

Central Michigan University Athletics will host a Volleyball Junior Chippewa Camp for grades 6 through 9 July 12 and 13. CMU coaches and players will teach participants the basics necessary to become a successful volleyball player. The cost is $225 for those staying in residence halls and $160 for commuters. Register online at cmuvolleyballcamps.com by midnight July 10.

Volleyball Hitter Specialty Camp — Sunday

Central Michigan University Athletics will host a Volleyball Hitter Specialty Camp for grades 8 through 12 July 13. This camp will teach the nuances of approach mechanics, timing, arm swing development and tactical shots. Setters will be integrated with the hitters to develop timing with live balls. The cost is $99. Register online at cmuvolleyballcamps.com by midnight July 11.


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