This Friday, May 3, join the WCC Art and Music Departments as they participate in Aurora’s First Fridays! Listen to live music by the Jazz Combo, Big Band, Steel Pan, and Chorale from 5-8:30 p.m. on the riverfront patio of the Aurora Downtown Campus at 18 S. River Street.
Bring your friends and family to browse the Ceramics Club’s 21st Annual Spring Pottery Sale, and enjoy activities like pottery demonstrations, silk screening by William Estrada, Horizons student literary publication, face painting, free food, a selfie photo table, a caricature drawing table, and a photo demonstration.
If there is inclement weather, we will be dispersed throughout the first floor of the Downtown Aurora Campus, 18 S. River Street.
All are welcome! Downtown Aurora’s First Friday Food Truck Festival will be along Benton Avenue from 5-10 p.m.
For a preview of the Spring Pottery Sale, stop by the Sugar Grove campus Ceramics Studio 10 a.m.-7 p.m. May 1-2 at Waubonsee Community College, Rte. 47 & Waubonsee Drive.
Summer courses begin May 20, June 10, and July 8. To pick your classes, see the Summer Credit Course Schedule or the Summer Non-Credit Course Schedule.
If you would like to apply to the intensive one year QuickPath Degree Program, the 2018/19 deadline is this Tuesday, April 30, 2019. For more information, check out the QuickPath class schedule and the application.
Step outside, support the planet, and enjoy the spring weather at these Earth Week events at Waubonsee Community College:
Thursday, April 25: Electronics Recycling Event
Drop off electronics (no TVs) for recycling in the Student Center parking lot from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Friday, April 26: Commemorative Tree Planting Ceremony
Join the celebration at 1:00 p.m. at the southeast corner of Collins parking lot for a presentation by Spring Bluff Nursery. The winner of Monday’s planter design competition will be announced, and attendees will receive a small tree purchased from the Arbor Day Foundation.
Saturday, April 27: Bird Walk
Bring your own binoculars and meet at 8:00 a.m. at the Student Center entrance for a Bird Walk led by Vernon LaVia – discover the many species of birds found on campus and its surrounding trails.
These FREE events are located on the Sugar Grove Campus and are open to the public, students, and employees.
Storms across the Land
Do you know the difference between a “Watch” and a “Warning” when it comes to Tornadoes and severe Thunderstorms? Come check out some information at the Todd Library during the month of April and be prepared.