Friday, April 16, 2021 Close out the semester with nine hours of FREE fun on Saturday, April 24
Two back-to-back campus events on Saturday, April 24 will give Huskers nine hours of free fun to help bring the spring semester to a close.
From 1 to 6 p.m., the UNL Chapter of the American Cancer Society is hosting Party at Mabel Lee as a Relay for Life fundraiser on the Mabel Lee Rec Field. The fun continues from 7 to 11 p.m. at Campus NightLife's Round 2: End-of-the-Year Bash at the Nebraska Union.
Both events are free for UNL students. Although parts of both events are outside, Huskers should remain diligent in their COVID-19 protections of wearing a face covering and maintaining physical distancing throughout the event. Anyone experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should not attend either event.
Here's additional details provided by each event host.
From the UNL Chapter of the American Cancer Society:
Stressed with the long semester? Love Chick-fil-A? Hate cancer? Join us for music, snow cones, Chick-fil-A, and dog-petting at Party at Mabel Lee on April 24 from 1 to 6 p.m. at Mabel Lee Fields, help us raise awareness to battle cancer and de-stress before 15th week.
There will be music, games, prizes, snow cones, Chick-fil-A sandwiches, most importantly, DOGS. While admission is free, we highly encourage individuals to pre-register and donate to the American Cancer Society.
From Campus NightLife and Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement:
Cap off the school year at a FREE party with your Husker friends. Enjoy indoor and outdoor fun & games. We're are bringing back the year’s BEST-LOVED EVENTS for a second time to create the biggest and best end-of-the-year bash. Round 2 will give Huskers another chance to enjoy the same laughter and excitement all over again—or to experience it for the first time. Activities will be scattered throughout the inside of the Nebraska Union and the outside plaza.
- Mini Golf
- Indoor Roller Skating
- Laser Tag
- Arcade Games
- Live Bingo
- Food Trucks on the Plaza
Free for UNL Students with EventPass. To enter this event, students will need to show “Access Granted” status in the Safer Community app as part of the required check-in process.