30
May
  • Memorial Day - Campus Closed
  • The Walter Cronkite Memorial in the atrium of Spratt Hall is open today. All Day
31
May
  • Summer Classes Begin
  • The 8-week and first 4-week sessions begin today. All Day
04
Jun
  • MWSU/YWCA Charity Golf Classic Dinner and Auction
  • Have a great time and help raise money for the YWCA and Griffon Athletics! Tickets are $20 if you're not playing in the golf tournament, and are available at the door. St. Jo Frontier Casino, 777 Winner's Circle, St. Joseph, 6:00PM
06
Jun
  • MWSU/YWCA Charity Golf Classic
  • Compete for over $3,000 in prizes while raising money for the YWCA shelter and Griffon Athletics. Call 816-271-5904 to enter. St. Joseph Country Club, 10:00AM
11
Jun
  • Fifth annual Herp-O-Rama
  • Fun and educational encounters with live snakes and turtles! $3 for adults, $2 for youth, $1 for seniors. Sponsored by Missouri Western, the Missouri Department of Conservation, and others, at the Remington Nature Center, 1502 MacArthur Drive, 10:00AM
17
Jun
  • "Fiddler on the Roof"
  • Western Playhouse, Missouri Western's summer professional theatre company, presents "Fiddler on the Roof" June 17-25. Potter Hall, 7:30PM
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