Events this term will be mostly be in person
Here you can see the provisional programme for the 2021 Michelmas (autumn) term. Most events will be in person but there may be a few online added. If you have any questions, you can email the social secretary. As always, if you have any activities you would like to see us run, let us know!
Virtual events: Keep an eye on the weekly emails to find out how to join. Subscribe to the weekly emails here.
Access statements for upcoming events can be found here.
Freshers’ Squash, Thursday 14th October 7pm, Queens’ College
Come and find out about CUSAGC and what we get up. We’ll play some getting to know you games, then set off on a scavenger hunt around the town centre and we normally end up in a pub
There will be some in a necker at the Queens’s Porters lodge showing you where to go.
Freshers’ Hike, Sunday 17th October 10:45, Railway Station
We’ll take the train out to Shepreth and then walk the 10 miles back. Bring some lunch and there may be a pub stop.
Lunch, Wednesday 20th October 1pm
We’re reviving an ancient CUSAGC tradition, lunch. This was how you used to find out about all the activities but in this internet age we can use it just to be socialble.
Evening Punting, Thursday 28th October 7pm , meet outside Queens’ Porters’ Lodge
It’s never too early to start practising your punting skills, after all the 50th anniversary of Punt Joust is only 9 months away. Don’t worry if you are terrible/never tried punting before, the river is fairly quiet at night. Email Will, our social secretary, if you’d like to come.
Wide Games, Thursday 4th November 7pm
Let of some steam as we play games like capture the flag over a wide area.
Tomahawk Throwing, Somepoint in week beginning 8th November, TBC
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to throw a sharp object at a target then this is the activity for you.
Marathon Activity Testing, Monday 15th November 7pm, CUSAGC stores
Marathon is an incident hike that we run for local Scouting and Guiding. At some of the checkpoints they have to complete challenges so here is your chance to test them out. Think knocking over lots of rubber ducks, putting up a tent when half your team can’t see and the other half can’t use their hands and building a structure to get a duck across a ditch.
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Viking Rally, Friday 19th-Sunday 21st November, somewhere near Durham
Join your fellow student Scout and Guides for a weekend camp filled with various activities. More information is available at http://rally.ssago.org.uk
Marathon Incident Hike, Saturday 27th November
This is an event that we run for members of Scouting and Guiding aged 14 upwards. We need people to help man the challenge bases, you get to make people do silly things or cover yourself in fake blood at the first aid base.
Transport will be provided from Cambridge
Progressive meal, some point in week beginning 29th November
Another CUSAGC tradition, a 3 course dinner where there is a different host for each course and you must progress around town to get your food.