St. Patrick's Day 2014 Events and Information

More events are being added! Check back often! Please email zieglerz1@udayton.edu to add or change an event.

Please Note: The Health Center will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 12-4PM.

THURSDAY [3/13]

Event Name Time Location Description
Wicked 5PM Aronoff Center for the Arts Join CAB to see the musical, Wicked in Cincinnati! Tickets are $10 at the KU Box Office. The bus leaves at 5PM from outside the Chapel.
Praying with Mumford and Sons Prayer Service
7:30PM Immaculate Conception Chapel
Come join us in song and prayer centered around the music of 
Mumford and Sons. Questions? Contact Scott Paeplow at 
spaeplow1@udayton.edu.

FRIDAY [3/14]

Event Name Time Location Description
“8000 Days on Death Row” 6PM Holy Angels Church
Come join us for a light supper of bread and soup followed by an 
information conversation with Joe D’Ambrosio and Father Neil 
Kookoothe; an innocent man and the priest who helped free him. 
RSVP Bob Stoughton at stoughtonb1@udayton.edu or 937-229-5599.
Life Itself Dance Performance
7PM Boll Theatre, Kennedy Union
Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7. Tickets are $5 for students with valid ID and can be purchased at the door, or at the Box Office prior to the day of the show.
Music Therapy 40th Anniversary Concert 7PM Sears Recital Hall, Humanities
The UD Music Therapy Program will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a reunion for all alumni, faculty, students and guests.
"UD Monologues" 8PM CPC 155 - Studio Theatre
The UD Monologues are a series of student written monologues focusing on gender and sexuality. The show will revolutionize the way you look at yourself, and others. Visit the UD Studio Theatre Facebook Page for more information about making a reservation.
SkyZone 9:30PM SkyZone, Springdale, Ohio Tickets are $5 at the KU Box Office to go to SkyZone in Springdale, Ohio. Bus leaves promptly at 9:30PM from G Lot.
St. Patty’s Day Prep with ArtStreet 10PM-2AM ArtStreet Activities will include: Tie Dye, a performance by NineTies, a photobooth, an Irish Dance Club performance, and free food.

SATURDAY [3/15]

Event Name Time Location Description
Global Solidarity Conference 8AM-5:30PM Kennedy Union The conference is $15 for UD students and $40 for all others. For more information and registration, please go to: CatholicCincinnati.org's Registration Page or call 937-224-3026.
Women’s Issues Plunge 9AM-7PM Various Dayton Locations
The Plunge will hear from women who have overcome adversity, will visit social services aimed at helping women and will discuss ways to advocate for greater female equity. This experience is open to both men and women. Cost is $15.
Freedom Center Trip 10AM-4PM National Underground Railroad Freedom Center A free trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. The bus leaves from outside the Chapel and a complimentary lunch is provided. Tickets available at the KU Box Office.
Kan-Jam for Greg 10AM-3PM Stuart Field Delta Tau Delta is hosting a Kan-Jam tournament for $20 per team of two people. This is a single elimination tournament. This event is to raise money for a friend of the fraternity Greg, from St. Louis who was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year. There will be no alcohol. There will be no food. There will be speakers and a DJ however so come out!
Music Therapy 40th Anniversary Concert 10AM Sears Recital Hall, Humanities The UD Music Therapy Program will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a reunion for all alumni, faculty, students and guests. This will be an Alumni Recital.
SGA St. Patrick's Day Cookout 12-3PM 20 Lawnview
St. Patrick’s Day Palooza 12-3:30PM ArtStreet Plenty of alcohol-free activities including free food and music!
Go with the Flow Yoga 4-5:30PM MAC Gym, RecPlex
Race for the Gold 4-6PM Humanities Plaza Teams will adventure around campus in a race for prizes!
Greek Stroll 4-8PM ArtStreet All students are welcome as Greek Life puts on the performance of a lifetime!
Food Station 5-9PM ArtStreet
International Festival 5:30-8:30PM North Gym, RecPlex International cuisine, performances, a fashion show, and many opportunities to learn about the international cultures at UD.
Leprechaun Launch-Neon Dodgeball 8PM MAC Gym, RecPlex Register online at IMLeagues.com by March 13th.
"UD Monologues" 8PM CPC 155 - Studio Theatre
The UD Monologues are a series of student written monologues focusing on gender and sexuality. The show will revolutionize the way you look at yourself, and others. Visit the UD Studio Theatre Facebook Page for more information about making a reservation.
Dayton Poetry Slam 8-10PM Studio B, ArtSteet
Late Night Movie-Frozen 11PM Boll Theatre, Kennedy Union Come watch Disney's Frozen and enjoy some free popcorn and lemonade!

SUNDAY [3/16]

Event Name Time Location Description
"UD Monologues" 2PM CPC 155 - Studio Theatre
The UD Monologues are a series of student written monologues focusing on gender and sexuality. The show will revolutionize the way you look at yourself, and others. Visit the UD Studio Theatre Facebook Page for more information about making a reservation.
Matinee Showing-Frozen 3PM Ballroom, Kennedy Union Missed the movie last night and still want to see it? Here's your second chance to 'Let It Go'
Food Station 5-9PM ArtStreet & RecPlex
Maidens IV Performance 5-6PM ArtStreet Enjoy live Irish music by the Maidens IV.

MONDAY [3/17]

Event Name Time Location Description
Irish Dance Club Performance 12PM ArtStreet Amphitheater, ArtSteet
Irish Dance Club Performance 12:45PM KU Patio, Kennedy Union
Shamrockin’ Seek & Find 4-7PM Hangar, Kennedy Union Come out to the Hangar and participate for a chance to win prizes!

More events are being added! Check back often! Please email zieglerz1@udayton.edu to add or change an event.

THURSDAY [3/13]

Event Name Time Location Description
VWK CA Safety Program 7:00 p.m. VWK Free pancake breakfast!
Lucky Charms: Shamrocks & St. Patrick Day Safety Tips 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. Marianist Lots of green foods and safety tips!
Safety & Policy Dorm Storm: St. Patty's Day Edition 9:00 - 11:00 p.m. MaryCrest Free candy and safety tips!

FRIDAY [3/14]

Event Name Time Location Description
Don't Run Outta Luck 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. VWK Free Lucky Charms and safety tips.
Green Tips and Candy Tricks 5:30 p.m. East Gardens
Luck of the Yogi 9:00 - 11:00 p.m. Marianist Free healthy snacks including fruits and veggies!

SATURDAY [3/15]

Event Name Time Location Description
Tie-Dye T-shirts 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. East Gardens Make a free St. Patrick's Day t-shirt
I <3 My MC Crafts 1:30 p.m. MaryCrest Come enjoy some arts and crafts!
College Park Cookout with Costume Contest 1:30 p.m. Neighborhood Hotdogs and Hamburgers plus a costume contest!
Bead-Safe with Green Dot 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Caldwell Handing out beads with Public Safety's number as well as face paint, temporary tattoos, stickers, and more!
Don't Run Outta Luck 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Caldwell Free Lucky Charms and safety tips.
On-The-Fly Performance 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. VWK Free improv performance; also includes free food.
Ice Cream Social 7:00 p.m. MaryCrest
What's your GREEN Dot? 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Marianist Enjoy some snacks while learning about how you can make a difference via the Green Dot program!

SUNDAY [3/16]

Event Name Time Location Description
Tie-Dye T-shirts 12:00 p.m. VWK Make a free St. Patrick's Day t-shirt
GLLC Green Ice Cream 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Caldwell GLLC
Crest Tie-Dying 1:30 p.m. MaryCrest Make a free tie-dye t-shirt
Butter It Up! 2:00 p.m. East Garden Free grilled cheese sandwiches!
Shamrock Pancakes & Ice Cream 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Marianist
Cheesy Nights 11:00 p.m. Mary Crest Free grilled cheese sandwiches!

MONDAY [3/17]

Programs will be occurring in the Stuart Complex lobby nearly every hour beginning at 6 am on Monday, March 17th! Programs include but are not limited to, a St. Patrick’s Day Fun Run, Breakfast Bar, Pictures and Green Dot Cookies with Rudy Flyer, UD Tour Guide Trivia, a Leprechaun Relay, and more!

Event Name Time Location Description
Be Healthy, Eat Healthy All Day VWK Free grilled cheese sandwiches, pancakes, juice, and other snacks!
Don't Forget Your OJ!! 7:00 - 8:30 a.m. East Gardens Free breakfast foods
Green Pancakes 8:00 a.m. South Quad Enjoy a festive breakfast treat!
Snack Bar 10:00 a.m. MaryCrest Free breakfast foods
Grilled Cheese on Kiefaber 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Neighborhood
Make Your Own Trail Mix 11:00 a.m. South Quad
Crest St. Paddy's Day Cook-Out 1:00 p.m. MaryCrest Free hamburgers and hotdogs!
Shamrock Crowns and Snacks 2:30 p.m. South Quad Free shamrock crowns and snacks!
Ice Cream Social 7:00 p.m. MaryCrest
Green Eggs & Ham 9:00 - 11:00 p.m. Marianist Free holiday themed breakfast foods!

FRIDAY [3/14]

Event Name Time Location
Softball vs. Eastern Michigan 12:00 p.m. UD Softball Stadium
Women’s Tennis vs. Bradley University 1:00 p.m. Five Seasons
Softball vs. Oakland 2:15 p.m. UD Softball Stadium
Men’s Lacrosse vs. Kennesaw State 6:00 - 7:45 p.m. Stuart Field
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Miami (OH) 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. Stuart Field

SATURDAY [3/15]

Event Name Time Location
Baseball vs. Canisius 11:00 a.m. Woerner Field
Men’s Rugby vs. Xavier 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. Stuart Field
Softball vs Oakland 12:00 p.m. UD Softball Stadium

SUNDAY [3/16]

Event Name Time Location
Baseball vs. Canisius 11:00 a.m. Woerner Field
Men’s Tennis vs. Wright State

12:00 p.m.

Five Seasons
Softball vs. IUPUI 1:30 p.m. UD Softball Stadium
Baseball vs. Miami (OH) 3:00 p.m. Woerner Field
Women’s Tennis vs. Wright State
4:00 p.m. Five Seasons

SAFETY TIPS


  • Create a plan before going out that includes a safe way home and who you will be with.
  • Make sure to have your I.D. on you at all times!
  • Eat before going out for the night and while your out look for the food stations and grab a slice of pizza or a hotdog.
  • Pace yourself, count your drinks, and take a break to rehydrate with Water.
  • Don’t serve alcohol to underage people.
  • Look out for friends at gatherings to ensure that everyone arrives and leaves together, never leave alone.
  • Intervene when you see something bad happening. Get someone else to intervene if you can’t.
  • Program public safety's number 937-229-2121 into your phone.
  • Remember that this is your community, help make it one you can be proud of!

EMERGENCY CONTACTS

Public Safety: 937-229-2121

Dean of Students, Chris Schramm: 937-229-1212

Alcohol and Other Drug Coordinator, Alecia Smith: 937-229-2037

Sexual Violence Prevention Education Coordinator, Kristen Altenau: 937-229-1217

In case of emergency, you can always dial 911.

OTHER RESOURCES

If you're looking to see other events off-campus around Dayton, check out http://www.activedayton.com/