What’s Happening At The College of Southern Idaho
CSI Golden Eagle Baseball hosts Salt Lake at Skip Walker Field this Friday at 1 and Saturday at noon. We’re more than halfway through the baseball season – this is your chance to see two of the strong teams in Region 18. Admission is $6 and you can buy your lunch right at the park. (Skip Walker Field is on Frontier Field Road across from the National Guard Armory.) (The CSI softball team is playing in Henderson, Nevada this weekend)
· The next Arts on Tour performance is ‘Red Chamber’ and it’s coming up Friday, April 1. Red Chamber is a Chinese string band that plays some music you expect and quite a bit you won’t be expecting. From fast and furious to sultry and sensuous. Their sound spans many centuries of musical styles. Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for students. (Mary will have some for you)
· The Keith Wann comedy show is coming up at 7 p.m. next Wednesday, March 30th. Keith is an ASL performer. That means he performs in sign language while an interpreter voices his show. His show is a fundraiser for the CSI United Signers Club. For information, call Dawnette Reis at 732-6881.
· There are additional show times all this week and next week at the Faulkner Planetarium for the newest show, “Dark Matters.” It’s about dark matter and dark energy, which actually make up about 95-percent of the known universe. We can’t see it and only understand a little bit about it, but this show will tell you what scientists know about it. Shows are at 2 and 7 p.m. this Friday and 7 p.m. Saturday. For other shows and times, call the Herrett Center at 732-6655.