What to do tonight: SPRING WEEKEND EDITION 4/23

HEY GUYS, IT’S SPRING WEEKEND!!!!! WOOOOOOO!!!!

Sorry, had to get that out of my system. But seriously, the weekend we’ve all been waiting for for months is finally here. We survived the thunderstorms and now the sun is shining (both literally and metaphorically, do you see what I’m doing here?) and the world is bright and I, for one, am ready to enjoy this. A quick note about the following activities: what I liked most about Spring Weekend last year wasn’t the concerts, or the slip n slide, or the alcohol. It was the sheer volume of unstructured time I had with my friends. It was the first time in a while when we were all in the same place at the same time, and no one was complaining about the ten page paper they should be writing and all seemed right with the world. So, by all means, go take part in these fabulous events. But make sure you spend a little quality time lying in the grass somewhere with all your biddies.

Spagfest 2010
Zeta Delta XI, 5:00-9:00 p.m., $8 tickets, $1 for beer and wine
Spagfest promises all-you-can-eat pasta and garlic bread. These are two of my favorite things ever. PASTA! GARLIC BREAD! Studies show that if you have something in your stomach before you go out partying, the chances of you making really terrible decisions decrease. Further studies have indicated that if it’s pasta and garlic bread, you will make only fantastic decisions and have a terrific night. Just sayin’.

F U C K C I T Y (a new musical)
PW up space (7 Young Orchard St), 11:00 p.m.
F U C K C I T Y is a student written and directed musical about a city in where our two main obsessions (sex and money) have reversed roles: you pay for everything in sex, you share money with the ones you care about. Get there half an hour early to snag your tickets.

Foam Dance Party
Lincoln Field, 11:00 p.m.
If you need someone to explain to you what a foam dance party is, or why you should obviously go to one, than maybe this is not the event for you.

Rumor has it that there will also be some sort of concert going on, but odds are you don’t have tickets anyway.

Have fun, be safe, and happy Spring Weekend!

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