By Abby Cloud
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Florida State’s campus is bustling with the excitement of celebrating the Day of Love with those they most adore. There are many opportunities for students to get out and have fun this week with friends, partners, and other students alike for a variety of different FSU clubs, organizations, and athletics.
Check out some events that are taking place on campus and make sure not to miss them!
Donuts and Dog Treats, February 13. Alzheimer’s Project at FSU is hosting a Valentine’s Day Bake Sale on Landis Green from 10am-3pm. This organization at FSU will be selling Krispy Kreme donuts as well as some Valentine’s-themed dog treats for you to share with your favorite furry friend!
A Lovely Local Comedy Showcase, February 13. Club Downunder/Union Productions are hosting a Valentine’s-themed comedy showcase in the Augusta Conradi Studio Theater from 7-11pm. Some of FSU’s most popular comedy groups, including 30in60, No Bears Allowed, and The Eggplant, will spend the night cracking jokes for their audience. Doors for this event open at 7pm, while the show starts at 8pm.
A Lisa Frank Valentine’s Day, February 14. Club Downunder/Union Productions continues their Valentine’s celebrations with a Lisa Frank-themed Valentines event on Landis Green from 11am-2pm. Come visit and make friendship/relationship bracelets, decorate a Valentine’s Card, decorate a donut, grab some cotton candy, and more! This event is free for FSU students.
Valentine’s Day on the Red Planet, February 14. For those 21+, this event allows partners to “search for life on Mars” with a space mission simulator at the Challenger Learning Center. Through this simulator, guests can experience what true astronauts and space voyagers go through while on a mission. The Center will also serve champagne and light hors d’oeuvre. This event does require an admission fee and registration.
FSU Baseball v. Niagara, February 14. If sports are your thing, then you’ll probably want to check out FSU Baseball’s Opening Night on Valentine’s Day! FSU Baseball will kick off their 2020 season against Niagara University at 6pm. Two more games are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday as well. Students get in free—all they have to do is show their Student ID at the gate.