Location: Kentucky Museum, 1444 Kentucky Street Bowling Green, KY
Time: All Day
The Kentucky Museum is pleased to host Salient Features: Trees of Old Forests and Woodland Pastures, an exhibit featuring the work of artist Charles Brindley. For more information, visithttps://www.wku.edu/kentuckymuseum/
WKU Forensics Team hosts the WKU/Alumni Fall Swing Tournament and the Alexis Elliott Memorial Lincoln-Douglas Round Robin debate tournament Sept. 21-23, a three-day collegiate speech and debate tournament, with evening final rounds open to the public.
6 p.m. Sept. 21: Final round of Lincoln-Douglas debate with the resolution “The United States Federal Gov’t should substantially increase actions by United States Cyber Command to prevent complex catastrophe and/or protect critical infrastructure.”
Cuban rum tasting event at Liquor Barn, in conjunction with Community Education. Will focus on a brief history of rum and how it has affected Caribbean culture over the years. Learners will learn about rum and Cuban culture along with a sampling of rum and food. Register here.
Put on your paddling clothes and guide your way down 5.8 miles of the Hiwassee River nestled deep into forested hillsides and pastoral river bottoms. The Hiwassee River Gorge offers Class I-III rapids suitable for all levels of paddling in a beautiful mountain setting. On this overnight trip with ORAC experience exploring a new area and an introduction to whitewater kayaking while escaping the heat in the cool waters of the Hiwassee.
ORAC provides all major equipment needed so grab a friend and make plans to spend your weekend with us. All you’re responsible for is your own clothes and food and toothbrush! The drive is 4-5 hours so you’ll have plenty of time to cram in some studying on the way to and from our destination. The adventure fee also covers all lodging and guiding down the Hiwassee River so don’t let your inexperience deter you from joining us!