Tuesday, April 26
John W. Hart Auxiliary Gym
Fencing is the martial art of fighting with blades. The common version of fencing today is divided into three weapon categories: foil, sabre and épée. Competitive fencing is one of five activities that have been featured in every one of the modern Olympic games. Sign up on IM Leagues. Wear BYU-Idaho approved Fitness clothing. Visit Here
Wednesday, April 27
Hyrum Manwaring Center 220 Grand Ballroom
Learn and improve your dancing skills: basic country/western dance steps (two-step, line dance, triple, cowboy cha cha and more). Only $2 with I-Card or free with a punch card.
Planetarium/Tales of the Maya Skies
Thursday, April 28
George S. Romney 107 Planetarium
Tales of the Maya Skies tells the story of how the ancient Maya interwove astronomy and culture to create a stable society that spanned 2,000 years, from 500 BCE to 1500 CE. Mayan culture, life, architecture, and legends were intertwined with the ancient Mayan’s scientific observation and recording of planetary movements. Visit Here
Center Stage Concert: Alpin Hong
Friday, April 29
7:30 to 9 p.m.
Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts
Alpin Hong has earned the reputation of a modern-day Pied Piper because of performances across the globe. From Walt Disney Hall to the White House, his combination of stunning technique, emotional range and rare humor continues to bring audiences young and old to their feet. Visit Here
Community Wellness Weekend
Friday, April 29 from noon to 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 30 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Off-Campus, Madison Junior High School
Community Wellness Weekend is a free, two-day event sponsored by Madison School District 321 and Madison Memorial Hospital. Friday night will be a wellness fair format, with the Saturday session being specifically for women. Visit Here.
Check out the BYU-Idaho master calendar for more events. Visit Here