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Wednesday2/19
9:00 am1:00 pm
Coronavirus Webinar

This is a discussion sponsored by the Health Law & Policy Institute of the University of Houston Law Center involving medical and legal issues that will arise in the event of a significant outbreak of COVID-19. This interdisciplinary Webinar will feature experts in medicine (epidemiology and virology), law (including employment law), and public health.

11:00 am2:00 pm
Cooglife Housing and Decor Fair

Whether you’re in the market for an apartment, a house, or home decor, the Cooglife Housing and Decor Fair is the place to be.

12:00 pm1:00 pm
QPR Suicide Prevention Training

QPR training helps the UH Coog community learn how to ask the suicide question; how to persuade the person to contact help, and how to identify referral options. At UH we look out for each other.

4:00 pm5:00 pm
Powerlifting 101

Maximize your strength by learning the fundamentals and progression of power lifting in a small group setting under the guidance of a power lifting coach. Register by February 9.

4:00 pm5:00 pm
Self Defense

Learn how to increase your awareness skills, build on techniques for avoiding physical threats, and establish a solid foundation for safe kicking, punching, and falling at the Rec’s Self Defense class. Personal protection does not need to be fancy; we keep it simple to keep you safe. Register by 2/1.

7:30 pm10:30 pm
Master Class presented by Guest Asaf Zohar

Asaf Zohar teaches as Professor of Piano at the Buchmann- Mehta School of Music at Tel-Aviv University, where he is the chairman of the piano department. He has also taught at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, where he has served as Chairman of the Keyboard Department and Dean of the Faculty of Performing Arts for ten executive years. Zohar is one of the most sought after Israeli pianists and pedagogues.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
Spirits to Enforce by Mickle Maher

The outrageous and eccentric superheroes of Fathom Town are stationed in their submarine underneath Fathom Bay. Are they fighting crime? Not really! 

They’re doing a telethon to raise money for their production of The Tempest. In their conversations with the citizens of the town, the story of The Tempest re-emerges as their own, creating a daring and hilarious new vision of Shakespeare’s classic. A modern surrealist classic from one of America’s most inventive playwrights, Mickle Maher, who also directs this production.