Here's what's happening at Regis University this month.

Be an Educated Voter 
1 – 3 p.m. 
Oct. 23 
Regis University Student Center (outside on the courtyard) 

Join Regis University, The Denver North Star and our Registered Neighborhood Organizations for a voter fair. Meet the five Denver Public School at-large candidates, learn about three important ballot measures and update your voter registration for the Nov. 2 election. [The ballot initiatives are 2E (the National Western bond), 2F (related to group living conditions) and 303 (changes to the camping ban.] Note: This event is outside. Regis requires all visitors to wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccine status.  

Winterize the Regis Community Garden Workday 
9 a.m. 
Oct. 9 

Help put the community garden to bed. We will replant herbs into our community plot; shape a clear path from the Lowell entrance to enhance safety; and insert weed barrier tiles around the compost area. Be sure to ask for some produce or seeds in gratitude for your time and service. The entrance is located at 5240 Lowell Blvd. 
Learn about the garden here.  

Faculty Recital: Professor Loretta Notareschi, composer 
7:30 p.m.
Oct. 13
St. Peter Claver, S.J., Hall 

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts’ Music Program is pleased to present a recital featuring the compositions of Music Program Professor Loretta Notareschi, Ph.D. Guest artists include The Playground Ensemble and pianist Steven Beck performing works both intimate and grand. The concert will feature the world premieres of Loretta Notareschi’s Gnomic Concerto for piano and chamber ensemble alongside Regis alumnus Michael Frank’s Pulsations for large ensemble, as well as the Colorado premiere of Notareschi’s Ten Shape Preludes for piano. 

This free concert, which originally was slated for spring 2020 and is sponsored by Regis’ University Research and Scholarship Council, is free and open to the public. Reservations are required. Please register to attend

Free-will donations will be accepted to support residents experiencing homelessness in Colorado Village Collaborative's Safe Outdoor Space on the Regis University campus. Learn more about the community at Colorado Village Collaborative
. If you would like to make an online donation, please do so here. Masks are required at all indoor events at Regis University regardless of vaccination status. 

Come Run Wild with Us  
Virtual 1-mile, 5K and 10K races 
Begins Oct. 15 

Regis University will host the sixth-annual Running Wild 1-mile fun run, 5K and 10K races virtually beginning Oct. 15. Participants have until Dec. 1 to complete their chosen distance. Don’t care to expend your energy? Sign up for Run Wild in Your Dreams and support endangered African wildlife from the comfort of your couch. You’ll still earn a cheetah-themed T-shirt. To register for this year’s fundraising event and learn where the proceeds will be donated, please visit the Running Wild website.

Denver Good Business Week 
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Oct. 25 – 29 
At Regis University, online and at other Denver locations 
In-person events on Oct. 26 will be held at Regis University’s Northwest Denver Campus.

Learn how it’s just good business to grow a socially and environmentally sustainable community during the first Denver Good Business Week. Preview t
he week’s program and register here for the following events at Regis University on Oct. 26:  
  • 9 – 10 a.m.: Good Marketing with Abigail Schneider, Ph.D., department chair and associate professor of Marketing and Business Administration in the Anderson College of Business and Computing 
  • 10:30 a.m. – noon: Good Accounting with Mairi-Jane Fox, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of the SEED (Sustainable, Economic and Enterprise Development) Institute 
  • 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.: Good Council with Glenn Meier of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig 
  • 3 – 4 p.m.: Good Culture with Disrupt HR, which strives to energize people in the HR field 
See all upcoming events
Regis Trick or Treat Street 
3 – 5 p.m. 
Oct. 29 

Back by popular demand, the annual Regis Trick or Treat Street returns to the Northwest Denver Campus! Kids are invited to wear costumes and collect candy and goodies from various campus departments. This year, the entire event will be held outside on The Quad to reduce COVID-19 risks.  See you there! 

Bicycle Brew Crawl 
4:30 – 8:30 p.m. 
Oct. 16 

Join Congress for the New Urbanism – Colorado Chapter (CNU-CO) Sat., Oct. 16, for a Bicycle Brew Crawl to network, have fun, talk about new urbanism and bike! Learn more about CNU-CO and the Bike Brew Crawl here.  

Sixth Annual Tennyson Fall Fest 
1 – 5 p.m. 
Oct. 30  
Cesar Chavez Park 

The Sixth Annual Tennyson Street Fall Fest celebrates community in our Northwest Denver Berkeley neighborhood. Gather at Cesar Chavez Park and along Tennyson Street for activities that include local vendors and artisans, the Fourth Annual Pet Parade Costume Contest, and trick or treating. Learn more and grab your tickets here

Highland HUNIween 
9:30 – 11:00 a.m. 
Oct. 31 

Meet at the Gardens at St. Elizabeth (32nd  Avenue and Eliot Street), wear your favorite costume and join the parade along 32nd Avenue. View the parade route and get more information here.  

Did you know?

Regis Athletics Introduces Online Ticketing System
The Regis Athletics department has moved to an online ticketing system, making it even easier for anyone to attend a game. Check out the Athletics game calendar and get your tickets here 

Regular season ticket prices are listed below: 

Ages 0-5: Free 
Ages 6-22: $5 
Ages 23-64: $10 
Ages 65+: $5  

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