USAO's Spring Triad, a combination of the Montmartre Chalk Art Contest, the Droverstock music festival and the statewide high school Scholastic Meet, is scheduled April 2 on the USAO campus. Last year, more than 830 artists of all ages blanketed the university sidewalks with original artwork. Thousands of students of all ages are anticipated to participate in the day's events. The Spring Triad is open to the public.
Live music, colorful art, food booths, and academic excellence combine each spring at the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha for the Spring Triad. This year's events are scheduled April 2.
Combining the statewide high school Scholastic Meet, the Montmartre Chalk Art Contest and the Droverstock music festival, the Spring Triad is the largest one-day event each year on the USAO campus. Last year's activities drew more than 2,500 people.
The Student National Education Association and Kappa Delta Phi are holding a raffle to raise money for Books for Tots. The raffle is for a quilt made by USAO student Stephanie Conner. The quilt is 52 inches square. Tickets are $1 each and are available from any SNEA member on campus or from Dr. Jeanne Mather at 574-1291 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. The drawing is tentatively scheduled March 31. The winner need not be present to win and the quilt can be mailed to the winner if necessary.
USAO faculty members are planning trips to Costa Rica and Italy in 2010. A $100 discount is available for those who register for the Costa Rica trip before the end of March. The trip is scheduled May 18-26, 2010. Participants will visit the National Institute of Biodiversity, hot springs, a volcano, waterfalls, national parks, go kayaking and experience a cloud forest canopy tour in Costa Rica. Individuals interested in the trip should contact Weber at 405-574-1295 or email@example.com.
For people making travel plans for 2010, faculty at the University of Science and Arts have two trips scheduled featuring the art and culture of Italy and the tropical climate and diverse ecosystems of Costa Rica.