Sunday, March 18, 2012

This week at Douglas: EVENT book sale, free film screening, eco-friendly pest control lecture and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas March 19-25


Monday, March 19


BCIT/Langara/Douglas CRAM Session
BCIT Burnaby campus Room # SW3 1750
4:30-6pm
The session will provide you with networking tips, interview tips, CACEE writing, etc. The event is for students going through Fall recruit this September. More info: Douglas College Business Association website.

Tuesday, March 20


Persian New Year
New West Campus, concourse
12:30-2:30pm
Come celebrate Narouz, Persian New Year! See the seven symbols of the Persian New Year, see a traditional dance and more.

Film screening: Rudo y Cursi ("Rude and Tacky")
New West Campus, room 1614
2:30pm
As part of the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival, the Douglas College Hispanic Cultures speaker series presents one of the top grossing Mexican films of all time, starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna. More info: doug: the community blog

Thursday, March 22


What's eating you? Biological control of insect pests in B.C. greenhouses

New West Campus, room 2201
3pm
Presented by Rob McGregor, head of the college’s Institute of Urban Ecology, who will discuss research done over the past two years at Douglas on organisms which may be effective in controlling pests in B.C. vegetable greenhouses that produce tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. More info: doug: the community blog


Ongoing


EVENT Magazine book sale
New West Campus, concourse
March 19-23, 10am-5pm
Stock up on books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and more at the annual sale to raise money for EVENT, Douglas College's award-winning literary publication.

March yoga madness
New West Campus, room 1322
4pm, every Monday in March
Led by an experienced instructor, mats provided. Presented by The Other Press. For more info, email the OP editor.
 
The Very Ecstasy of Love
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
March 16-24
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology present a romantic farce, an adaptation of a lost Shakespeare play where the action takes place on the West Coast. More info: doug: the community blog 

Transmutations: Journeys Through Time and Space
New West Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Paintings by Mary Bennet and Louise Bunn. Till April 6. More info: Arts Events.

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