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Capture the Flag and Movie Night: Marvel Movie Week Day 4

Location: UH Hilo Baseball Field @ 4:00pm, Hale Kauanoe Lounge @ 6:00pm

On Nov. 21 at 4:00pm on UH Hilo Baseball Field we will be having a day of active games, including Capture the Flag, themed as Loki vs the Avengers. It will be a fun day of games that you won't want to miss. After the games we will be premiering Avengers 2 at 6:00pm in the Hale Kauanoe Lounge where we will be providing dinner for all of our Marvel Week participants.Fun times and snacks will be provided throughout each Marvel Movie Week day. For more information or maps to our locations you can visit us at facebook.com/uhhnsp or email us at nsp@hawaii.edu. We hope you will join us on the adventurous week of Marvel Movie Week!

For more information, contact: nsp@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7384

Tags: New Student Programs NSP Students Capture the Flag Dinner Movie Marvel Fun Activities Games Sports Snacks Food Avengers

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