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Maverick's of the Caribbean

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Saturday, Feb 22, 2014
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM CST
Centennial Student Union Lower Level Map Location

Mavericks After Dark: Mavericks of the Caribbean

Pirate fencers, karaoke, sun piñata and taking pictures on the beach will be part of February Mavericks After Dark at 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 in lower level of Centennial Student Union.


IMPACT presents MAD’s “Mavericks of the Caribbean” an event for those, who are tired of cold weather and snow. It will be free to Minnesota State University, Mankato students and the Mankato community.


Be prepared to be carried away to a warm place and take fun pictures on the beach and stick your toes in the sand. IMPACT invited pirate fencers, which will demonstrate how to fence and other medieval combat. Those who like playing with beach balls be prepared for some fun and you can even win a prize. Free food will be provided, which will include jerk chicken, veggies and dip.


At 10 p.m. a sun piñata will be set up for those who want to try their chances getting some candy. People will also be able to decorate free sunglasses. First 150 people to come to the event will receive a free goldfish.


The student programming board, IMPACT presents Maverick’s After Dark: Mavericks in the Centennial Student Union Lower Level on Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014 starting at 9 pm. This performance is free to Minnesota State Minnesota, Mankato students and the Mankato community.


During the event, free parking is available in all Gold and pay lots in immediate proximity to the Centennial Student Union. For additional parking information please visit the parking website. (

For more information on this topic or for further comments, please contact Bill Tourville at 507-389-6076 or email him at


IMPACT is the student programming board of the Centennial Student Union. The board, advised by staff in the Student Activities Office, plans events funded through student activity fees. 


Mavericks After Dark (M.A.D) is a late night programming series that consists of seven events, each academic year. M.A.D. is to provide an alternative to at risk behaviors. It is part of an ongoing effect at the University to create a positive campus environment through fun and engaging activities.