Bookstore sale now in progress: 25% on all apparel and gift items until November 23. Now is a good time to do holiday shopping. The Bookstore will be closed the first two weeks of December for re-model.
One boy. One holiday wish. And a world that seems to be conspiring to make certain it doesn’t come true. Prairie Players Civic Theatre kicks off the holiday season by presenting A Christmas Story: The Musical at the Orpheum Theatre, Galesburg.
Performance Dates: Friday, Nov. 21-Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Nov. 23 at 3 p.m.
This classic holiday tale centers on a mischievous, bespectacled boy, Ralphie, who dreams of getting an Official Red Ryder® Carbine-Action 200-shot Range Model Air Rifle BB-gun for Christmas. In the weeks before the big holiday, Ralphie, his friends and his family get into all kinds of situations — including run-ins with a bully with “yellow eyes,” a tongue stuck to a flag pole, a bar of soap in the mouth, a garish leg lamp, a major award, and a Chinese Christmas dinner. Filled with nostalgia and quirky childhood innocence, this production is a heartwarming event for the entire family.
MAIN FLOOR/BALCONY: $16 for Adults $10 for Students (including college/university students with I.D.)
MEZZANINE: $20 for Adults and Students
To purchase tickets, stop by or the call the Orpheum Theatre Box Office – 309-342-2299.
Chuck Schulz, physics, and Helen Hoyt, chemistry, and physics major Annelise Hablutzel are among the co-authors of a paper in print in the journal Inorganic Chemistry:
“Measurement of Extreme Hyperfine Fields in Two-Coordinate High-Spin Fe2+ Complexes by Mössbauer Spectroscopy: Essentially Free-Ion Magnetism in the Solid State” Aimee M. Bryan, Chun-Yi Lin, Michio Sorai, Yuji Miyazaki, Helen M. Hoyt, Annelise Hablutzel, Anne LaPointe, William M. Reiff, Philip P. Power, and Charles E. Schulz, Inorg. Chem. 53, 12100-12107 (2014).