Things To Do This Weekend That Aren’t THON
Just in case you are literally Patrick Star and haven’t heard — THON is tomorrow! If you don’t THON, State College can seem like a ghost town for three straight days. After all, even the mayor declares it the “City of THON” to celebrate those 46 hours.
But believe it or not, town doesn’t completely shut down for the weekend (even though it sometimes seems like it). Whether you need a break from your regular life activities or from the hustle and bustle of the Bryce Jordan Center, there’s still plenty to do this weekend.
On The Score Board
- 6 p.m. Friday: women’s hockey vs. RIT at Pegula Ice Arena
- 7 p.m. Friday: men’s volleyball vs. Sacred Heart at Rec Hall
- 2 p.m. Saturday: men’s lacrosse vs. Stony Brook at Penn State Lacrosse Field
- 3 p.m. Saturday: women’s hockey vs. RIT at Pegula Ice Arena
- 4 p.m. Saturday: men’s volleyball vs. Harvard at Rec Hall
- 4 p.m. Saturday: women’s gymnastics vs. UPenn & Cornell at the White Building
- 2 p.m. Sunday: wrestling vs. Buffalo at Rec Hall
- 7 p.m. Friday: Oscar Nominated Short Films (Animated) at The State Theatre
- 7:30 p.m. Friday: School of Theatre presents Love in Hate Nation at The Playhouse Theatre
- 10 a.m. Saturday: State College Community Theatre presents Rumplestiltskin in The Attic at The State Theatre
- 1 p.m. Saturday: State College Community Theatre presents Rumplestiltskin in The Attic at The State Theatre
- 7 p.m. Saturday: Oscar Nominated Short Films (Live Action) at The State Theatre
- 7:30 p.m. Saturday: School of Theatre presents Love in Hate Nation at The Playhouse Theatre
- 3 p.m. Sunday: The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra presents The Best of Beethoven at The State Theatre
- 7 p.m. Sunday: Oscar Nominated Short Films (Documentary) at The State Theatre
Ski, snowboard, or tube at Tussey without the crowd, or hole up in your favorite coffee shop and sip the good sludge in peace. Whatever you do, you’ll probably be flying solo outside the BJC — and that’s not a bad thing.
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Sandy Barbour will make an average of $1,269,000 per year as part of the new deal, which runs through August 2023.
With more than 500 songs and a run-time of more than 30 hours, this playlist will make it seem like THON never ended.
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