July Calendar and August Listing of Events

Please click on the following links for July’s calendar of call times

and August’s listing of events


Remember, these are subject to change. The most up-to-date schedule can be found on http://www.myvolunteerpage.com.


Missed our first outdoor film? You can still catch JAWS and GREASE!

Our first outdoor summer screening of Disney Pixar’s “Up!” was on Friday, June 7 in conjunction with Downtown South Bend’s First Friday events.

Join us on the gridiron downtown (between Doubletree and South Bend Chocolate Cafe) on Friday, July 12 for a scary thrill with “Jaws.”

Don’t forget to also join us in August for a “Grease Sing-A-Long” (costumes encouraged!) on Friday, August 23.


For more information, visit http://performingarts.nd.edu/free/#.Uc3GuPnVCSr.

Welcome, Class of 2017!

orientationOn August 23rd, we will have thousands of doe-eyed Freshman arriving onto campus with their parents and siblings to settle into dorms and begin their college career.

Orientation weekend (August 23-August 26) will be a weekend full of fun events, including activities to meet dorm mates and meetings to meet classmates of the same major.

This year the center will host the Multicultural Orientation Program & Reception, as well as the First Year Athletes Orientation. Sign up to be a face of the center and the University and welcome these families and students at the start of their four years here!

For more information on orientation, please visit http://orientation.nd.edu/.


Richard III – ND Shakespeare Festival 2013

Hear; hear…Richard III will be arriving at DeBartolo Performing Arts in August. There will be an Opening Night Celebration on August 22. The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival crew has been working extremely hard to put together this amazing production.


Visually, this will be a very pleasing performance. Immediately, patrons will be greeted by an impressive lobby display (developed by NDSF and The Medieval Institute) that  will include a flat screen display of  replica items recently found at an archeological dig site in Leicester. The set, once in the venue, will have a French Baroque feel. Patrons will have the sense that the “earth is reclaiming” our performers while transforming from life to death.

Opportunities to enjoy Shakespeare will be plentiful on campus this summer. We begin with ShakeScenes (July 20-21), followed by The Comedy of Errors, performed by the Young Company (see website for performance details), Richard III (August 20-September 1) and closing with Othello, performed by Actors from the London Stage (September 18-20).


Click on http://shakespeare.nd.edu/ to delve deeper into all of the upcoming performances and to get great detail on the superb cast and crew.