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SUMMER@ISU.EDU (208) 282 3451 isu.edu/union/summer facebook.com/isu.summer


Summer Fun

may

Sunday 25

Summer Cinema

Summer Concert

Monday 26

Tuesday 27 Labor Day

All Summer Concerts start at 6pm on the Quad Wednesday 28 Labor Day

7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

June

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15

2

9

16

National Ice Cream Day 11–1pm College of Tech

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Mega Golf 11–1pm Quad

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Bird Feeder Craft Day 11–1pm Quad

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Thursday 29 Opener:

7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

Non Stop 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

4

The Lego Movie 7pm Bengal Theater PG

11

Pompeii 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

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Friday 30

Saturday 31

Opener: Hillbilly Deluxe Headliner: Brandon Stiles

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7

Opener: Jareth Sampson Headliner: Clumsy Lovers

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14

Opener: Polar Opposites Headliner: DnK

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Aaron Ball Headliner: Steve Means

Rainsite: Quad Lounge

Non Stop 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

5

The Lego Movie 7pm Bengal Theater PG

12

Pompeii 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

19

Rainsite: Quad Lounge

Rainsite: Ballroom

Rainsite: Quad Lounge


Summer Fun

Sunday 22

Summer Cinema

Summer Concert

Monday 23 Cooking Class

Tuesday 24 300: Rise of

6–8pm Quad Hypostyle

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13

7

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Comedy Project 7–8pm Bengal Theater

Tie Dye 11-1pm Quad

Wednesday 25 300: Rise of

an Empire 7pm Bengal Theater R

JULY

30

All Summer Concerts start at 6pm on the Quad

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15

Thursday 26 Opener:

an Empire 7pm Bengal Theater R

Need for Speed 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

2

Veronica Mars 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

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Divergent 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

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Friday 27

Saturday 28 Lagoon

Happy Havoc Headliner: Jeff Goldford

8am–10pm PSU Parking lot

Rainsite: Quad Lounge

Need for Speed 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

3

Veronica Mars 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

10

Divergent 7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

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4 Happy 4th 5

of July!

Opener: SistaMothaSun Headliner: Joshua Logan

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Opener: Zandra & Emma Headliner: Ju-Taun

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Rainsite: Quad Lounge

Rainsite: Quad Lounge


Summer Fun

Sunday 20

Summer Cinema

Summer Concert

Monday 21 Camp Fire

Tuesday 22 Bad Words

Night 7–9pm Quad

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28 Dog Days

All Summer Concerts start at 6pm on the Quad Wednesday 23 Bad Words

7pm Bengal Theater R

7pm Bengal Theater PG-13

Saturday 26

Rainsite: Frasier Hall

August

31

Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet 6pm Quad

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2

7

Opener: Ian McFeron Band Headliner: Bushwalla

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9

As You Like It 6pm, Quad

The Winter Soldier

Friday 25

Hot Flash Headliner: Jake Ousley

7pm Bengal Theater R

29 Captain America: 30 Shakespeare:

of Summer 11–1pm Quad

Thursday 24 Opener:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

7pm, Bengal Theater, PG-13

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4

Picnic Lunch 11–1pm Quad

5

Bears 7pm Bengal Theater G

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Bears 7pm Bengal Theater G

Rainsite: Goranson

Montana Shakespeare in the parks | | | 6pm Quad Free Admission Rainsite is the PSU Ballroom As You Like It|Wednesday, July 30th

Romeo & Juliet|Thursday, July 31st

As You Like It follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees persecution in her uncle’s court, accompanied by her cousin Celia and Touchstone the court jester, to find safety and, eventually, love, in the Forest of Arden.

The classic story of Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy about two young, star-crossed lovers who fall in love at first sight and whose deaths reconcile the deathly feud between their families.


Steve Means|Pop|May 29th Combining smooth grooves with powerful lyrics and infectious hooks, 23 year old singer songwriter Steve Means’ soulful brew of pop music has earned him a rapidly growing national fanbase.

Comedy Project|Improv|July 7th Totally, completely, awesome, off the wall, off your pants, off your face, incredible, blow your mind, take you to the moon...... IMPROV. An evening full of comedy that is made up completely on the spot with some help from YOU the audience!

Brandon Stiles|Country|June 5th From Atlanta, Georgia, Brandon Stiles brings an energetic country-music vibe with early pop influences to the stage. You can bet that whether it is an audience of 10 or 10,000, Brandon will capture every last listener in the crowd!

Joshua Logan|Pop|July 10th Singer-Songwriter Joshua Logan grew up in upstate New York and he is currently writing music in Los Angeles with many artists in the country and pop genres.

Clumsy Lovers|Folk|June 12th The Clumsy Lovers have brought their mix of fiddle and banjo fueled, bluegrassified Celtic rock to North American audiences for over a decade. Their high-energy shows have worn out dance floors and created a loyal following in 49 states and across Canada.

Ju –Taun|R&B|July 17th Ju-Taun has an alluring fusion of classic soul, folk, 80’s classic rock/pop, African and reggae. The trio of singers, songwriters and musicians are based in southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia area.

DnK|Hip-Hop|June 19th DnK is a Nashville based pop/rap group made up of members Kayla Erb, hailing from the Pacific Northwest, and David Davis, a Chicagonative. They bring originally written songs, edgy productions, and a high-energy live show.

Jake Ousley|Country |July 24th Jake Ousley is a singer songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. Jake is just a regular guy with some twang and a twinkle in his eye.

Jeff Goldford|Jazz/Funk|June 26th Chicago-based solo artist Jeffrey Goldford, showcases his unique signature of “rock n’ soul,” blended with layers of Americana folk and elements of country rhythms. His vocal style emulates Joe Cocker and his arrangements bring out a dose of funk.

Bushwalla|Acoustic Rock|August 7th All the way from South Carolina, singer, song-juggler, and self-proclaimed “Original Gangster of Cleveland,” Bushwalla, brings a unique blend of acoustic hip-hop, folk, and funk with a soul deeply rooted in authenticity and optimism.


Goods for Gear Support Benny’s Pantry this summer by exchanging non-perishable food items for some sweet gear.

Prizes from May 29th to June 26th 1 item of food........................................... Beach Ball 2 items of food......................................... Sunglasses 3 items of food......................................... Green Water Bottle 4 items of food......................................... Beach Towel Punch Card................................................ 3 in 1 Lounger

Free T-shirts for ISU Summer Students

Prizes from July 10th to August 7th 1 item of food........................................... Popsicle Maker 2 items of food......................................... Portable Speaker 3 items of food......................................... Orange Water Bottle 4 items of food......................................... Shorts Punch Card................................................ Umbrella Tent

Summer Concert Raffles • The first 50 people to check in at the concerts will receive 1 raffle ticket per concert. • Each week we will raffle off 3 prizes • Must be 18 years or older and present to win

Punch card • Obtain punches at Summer Fun, Summer Cinema, and Summer Concert events. • Claim prize at a Summer Concert or in the PSU Involvement Center. • Only 2 punches can be from Summer Cinema per punch card. • Must be 18 years or older to participate • Prizes based on availability • 1 punch card per person • Expires 8/7/14

Summer Concert food Hot dogs, Chips & Drinks Free for Summer Students $3 for everyone else


i.F. chukars baseball tickets

Lava hot springs passes

Experience a minor league baseball game by receiving 1 FREE ticket to watch the Idaho Falls Chukars. ISU Summer students can pick up a ticket in the PSU Involvement Center with valid Bengal ID. Quantities are limited and tickets are valid for general admission to any home game.

Relax at Lava’s world famous natural hot springs and pools by receiving 2 FREE Lava Hot Springs passes. ISU Summer students can pick up passes in the PSU Involvement Center with valid Bengal ID. Quantities are limited and tickets are valid through April 2015.

lagoon day

games center summer hours

Join us for our annual Lagoon trip on June 28th. Tickets include round trip transportation on a charter bus and admission into Lagoon. Space is limited. Purchase tickets in the PSU Involvement Center. Ticket prices are $25 for students and $40 for guests. We will leave the Pond Student Union at 8am and return around 10pm.

Monday–Thursday....................11am–10pm Friday–Saturday.........................11am–Midnight Sunday.........................................Closed

FREE Bowling Wednesdays Each summer student can receive 1 FREE game every Wed. from May 21st to August 6th during business hours. Must show valid Bengal ID.

pocatello zoo tickets | |

SUMMER@ISU.EDU isu.edu/union/summer (208) 282 3451 facebook.com/isu.summer

Visit the bison, cougars, eagles, pronghorn and grizzly bear by receiving 1 FREE Pocatello Zoo ticket. ISU Summer students can pick up tickets in the PSU Involvement Center with valid Bengal ID. Quantities are limited and tickets are valid through the 2014 season.


Summer Cinema at the Bengal Theater

• All movies start at 7pm • Free for ISU summer students • $1 for faculty, staff and childeren under 12 • $2 for general public • Titles subject to producer approval • Descriptions from imdb.com

Need for Speed|PG 13|July 1st and 2nd A street racer who was framed by a wealthy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge in mind. His ex-partner, learning of the plan, places a massive bounty on his head as the race begins.

Labor Day|PG 13|May 27th and 28th Depressed single mom and her son offer a wounded man a ride. As police search town for the escaped convict, the mother and son gradually learn his true story as their options become increasingly limited.

Veronica Mars|PG 13|July 8th and 9th Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who’s embroiled in a murder mystery.

Non Stop|PG 13|June 3rd and 4th An air marshal springs into action during a transatlantic flight after receiving a series of text messages that put his fellow passengers at risk unless the airline transfers $150 million into an off-shore account.

Divergent|PG 13|July 15th and 16th Tris learns she’s Divergent and won’t fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it’s too late.

The Lego Movie|PG|June 10th and 11th An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.

Bad Words|R|July 22nd and 23rd A spelling bee loser sets out to exact revenge by finding a loophole and attempting to win as an adult.

Pompeii|PG 13|June 17th and 18th A slave-turned-gladiator finds himself in a race against time to save his love, who has been betrothed to a corrupt Roman Senator. As Mount Vesuvius erupts, he must save his love as Pompeii crumbles around him.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier PG 13|July 29th and 30th Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and battles a new threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier.

300: Rise of an Empire|R|June 24th & 25th Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.

Bears|G|August 5th and 6th A documentary that follows an Alaskan bear family as its young cubs are taught life’s most important lessons.


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