What to watch out for during the Week of Welcome

Ronnie Rodgers

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With Fall 2017 right around the corner, UNF’s Week of Welcome isn’t too far behind. Spinnaker put together a compilation of the most exciting events during the week long celebration.

If you want a good laugh, make your way down to the Lazzara Performance hall on Saturday. At 8 p.m. you can see JR De Guzman and Jacob Williams from Wild ‘n Out as they take over the stage.

Sunday, you can go to the 13th annual welcome to college Luau where 50 clubs including Spinnaker will be tabling. Enjoy free food and giveaways on Aug. 20 starting at 5 in the Osprey plaza.

The last total solar eclipse in the United States until 2024 will be on Aug. 21, and UNF isn’t missing out on the fun. There will be a viewing party at the Coxwell Amphitheater from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m., make sure you bring some viewing glasses to enjoy the celestial event safely.

If you want to shake it like a red nose make sure you come to the Coxwell Amphitheater on the 26th, as Sage the Gemini performs his greatest hits at 8 p.m. during the WOW concert.

For a full list of the activities click here.

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