Tickets selling well for Arendt/Kimball’s Mexican Luncheon

Next Wednesday will be the last chance to reserve your ticket for the Friday, Sept. 25, Mexican Luncheon at the University Union, but you might want to do so earlier. Tickets are in high demand to hear the presentation by Profs. Lucy Arendt and Steven Kimball and to taste some fun Mexican food that they recommended we try. The Union will reserve a table for your group, and door prizes will be handed out. Check out the menu.

Russian Luncheon tickets, on sale

If you haven’t yet bought your ticket for the April 23 Russian Luncheon, you’ll need to make that purchase at the University Ticketing and Information Center by noon on Monday, April 20. There is a coupon in the faculty/staff phone directory if you haven’t used it yet, that will get you $1 off your meal. Prof. Heidi Sherman is the guest speaker. To check out the menu.

A few more days for Peruvian Luncheon ticket

If you’re craving unique food from Peru, and a warm experience, you might want to come to the Peruvian Luncheon scheduled for Friday, Feb. 20, in the Phoenix Room. (Those shrewd marketing folks with the University Union point out this is scheduled to immediately follow the next budget town hall meeting so, naturally, it would be a welcome diversion.) Tickets are on sale through Monday (Feb. 16) at the University Ticketing and Information Center. A reminder that the Union staff can reserve a table for your special group. There is a coupon in the Faculty/Staff phone book that will save you $1.00 off your ticket.

Last chance to purchase tickets to the Tones and Tastes…

Monday is your last chance to pick up a ticket to the Slovak and Czech Cultural Cuisine Luncheon later in the week. The University Union ticket desk has them on sale for $8 for students (always a great chance to treat a student worker), $13 for employees and $14 for LIR/community. (If the new phone books are delivered in time, there’s a coupon for money off.) Menu info and more.

Don’t forget: International Education Week Luncheon approaching

Sign up now: Visiting playwright and actress Rohina Malik will be the featured panelist for the International Education Week Luncheon from noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16 in the Union’s 1965 Room. The primary topic of discussion will be Muslim Women in American Society. Lunch is complimentary, but registration is required. Space is limited, register online. Sponsored by the Office of Student Life.

Tickets on sale for Japanese Luncheon

Tickets are on sale now for the Japanese Luncheon on Thursday, April 28. Cultural cuisine and a slide show by Kristi Aoki, an adviser with the International Center, are on the agenda. Faculty and staff tickets are now on sale for the luncheon at the University Ticketing and Information Center for only $12 apiece. To see the menu.

Plan ahead for International Dinner on Saturday, April 24

You can enjoy flavors and performances from around the globe at International Dinner 2010 on the UW-Green Bay campus Saturday, April 24. Doors to the Union’s Phoenix Room open at 4:30 p.m. with the dinner at 5 p.m followed by the program. The event is $6.50 for UW-Green Bay students and $15.50 for community, faculty and staff. Students will offer nearly a dozen different talent and fashion-show performances from the United States, India, South Africa, China and Nepal, among others. Only a limited number of tickets will be available after Monday, April 19, so act soon. Tickets are available by calling the University Ticketing Center at (920) 465-2400, or by going online. (Only non-student tickets are available on-line.) If you are interested in reserving an entire table, please contact Kristy Aoki, international student services coordinator, at

Tickets, menu for Italian Luncheon

Tickets are now on sale for the Italian Luncheon, which will be held from noon to 1 p.m., April 15 in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. The meal will include salad, chicken Milano, pasta puttanesca, risotto coi pepperoni, fagiolini in tegame, coffee, ice water, biscotti and tiramisu. Mmmmmmm. Tickets are $8 for students, $12 for faculty and staff and $13 for community members. They are on sale through University Ticketing and Information Center or online.