Lifestyles Center Blog


Friday, March 11th


9:00 AM

Art Exhibit: “The Nature of Geometry or “Geometry of Nature”

When: Friday

Where: Rice Creek Field Station

Description: Come see some wonderful artwork by James Gyre. His work finds geometric shapes in nature.  So come on out and see the natural geometry he found. FREE for students.  If you are under 17 years, you need to be accompanied by an adult.


10:00 AM

 Art Exhibit: “Of Light and Land”

When: Friday

Where: Oswego State Downtown 186 W. First St.

Description:  Come on out and see this great exhibit about landscaping artwork for free. You can see the wonderful landscape across Oswego. Oh and once again, IT’S FREE.


8:00 PM

Project Runway Drag Edition

When: Friday

Where: The American Foundry, 246 W Seneca Street, Oswego, NY

Description: This event is to benefit the Bear Team at the Golisano Children’s Hospital. $8 presale tickets or $10 at the door and you must be 18 or over to attend. Bear Team raises money to build bears at Build-A-Bear to donate them to the Pediatric Surgery Center.


Saturday, March 12th


11:00 AM

 “Rice Creek Ramble”

When: Saturday

Where: Rice Creek Field Station

Description: Come take a brisk nature walk as you travel through the grounds of the Rice Creek Field Station. See the beauty of everything covered in snow.  You can get some exercise while seeing the landscape. Free.


8:00 PM

 Shaun Cassidy Fan Club

When: Saturday

Where: Marano Campus Center Auditorium

Description: Free and uncensored improv comedy that is sure to make your belly hurt (with laughter). Stop on by and watch games played in similar style to “Who’s Line Is It Anyway?” This is a fun opportunity on-campus for all students!


Sunday, March 13th


6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Open skate

When: Sunday

Where: Arena, Marano Campus Center

Description: See Friday’s description


7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Planetarium show

When: Sunday

Where: Room 223, Shineman Center

Description: SUNY Oswego physics professor Scott Roby presents “The Stars of Spring.” Limited seating: first-come, first-served. Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Free, including parking in the Centennial Drive lot (E17) or Washington Boulevard lot (C8). 315-312-2790

Photo Cred: Riley Ackley, Peer Mentor