One thing students really love about Lowell is the fact that they are allowed an off campus lunch, allowing students to go to nearby Stonestown and Lakeshore during free blocks to grab a bite. But after sleepless nights, multiple tests, and big language presentations, we don't always have the energy to make a trip off campus.
Luckily for us, we have Co-Curricular Days, where the food comes to you! The SBC Club Coordinator runs Co-Curricular Days, and all the food sold goes to the clubs that are selling the products. On Co-Curricular Days, clubs set up in the courtyard and offer a variety of different and delicious foods! Whenever you see those food posters up, jot down that day and bring your cash! (Or you'll walk through the hallways smelling the aroma of fried food goodness and suffer from not being able eat any because you forgot to bring that money)! What better way to fill your stomach and help support your Lowell clubs than to buy something at Co-Curricular Day?
SIGNING UP FOR CO-CURRICULAR DAY: A form will be released on a certain day, about two or more weeks ahead of the scheduled Co-Curricular Day. Each club or organization is responsible for printing out a form, filling it out thoroughly, and submitting it to the SBC Club Coordinator. Depending on the Club Coordinator, an online form may be released which clubs are responsible for turning in electronically. Food assignments are made on a first-come-first-serve system.
Winterfaire is always held on the last day of the Fall semester. It is basically the same as Co-Curricular Day, but Winterfaire tends to be more holiday centered. Hot chocolate, egg nog, and peppermint bark galore!
Another major difference between Winterfaire and Co-Curricular Day is the Winterfaire performance! Individual performers or groups may sign up with the Events Coordinator to perform on the Catwalk during the Winterfaire blocks. A big part that the Lowell community looks forward to is always the Social Studies performance!
World Language Fair
The World Language Department holds their own food day to raise money for the World Language Department! This food day is centered around foods from all around the world/cultures. There is also a special assembly/performance where different language clubs or other groups perform on the catwalk.