Sunday, March 31, 2013

This week at Douglas: Give blood, shop for a good cause, hear music and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas College April 1-7: 


Tuesday, April 2


Alumni Marketplace
Coquitlam Campus, atrium
9am-7pm
Vendors will be selling kitchen items, Tupperware, jewellery, cosmetics, candles, clothing, South American art and crafts and much more. Proceeds from table rentals go to support the Alumni Bursary.

Wednesday, April 3


Alumni Marketplace
New West Campus, concourse
9am-7pm
Vendors will be selling kitchen items, Tupperware, jewellery, cosmetics, candles, clothing, South American art and crafts and much more. Proceeds from table rentals go to support the Alumni Bursary.

Thursday, April 4


CBS Bloodmobile
New Westminster Campus (Royal Avenue)
10am-4pm
Help Douglas reach its goal in the Partners for Life program! Donate blood as part of the Douglas College team. The Canadian Blood Services Bloodmobile will be on campus today to take your donations. Find out about eligibility and book your appointment by calling 1-888-2DONATE.

Student Showcase Concert
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
1pm
The Arts at One presents a showcase of the best performing musicians in the Douglas College Music program. More info: Arts Events

Audio Engineering info session
New West Campus, room 3220
5:30-6pm
Free information session about the Audio Engineering Program at the Douglas College Community Music School. More info: call 604 527 5469, email or visit our website.

Friday, April 5


Awards Benefit Concert
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
7:30-9:30pm
The Music Department presents a concert to benefit the Douglas College Award Fund for Music students Tickets ($10 general, $5 seniors, students free) available at the door. More info: 604 527 5723

Saturday, April 6


Current Sound Waves II
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
7:30-9:30pm
Featuring students from the Music Technology Certificate Program and the Douglas College Midi Ensemble, directed by Robert Caldwell. Free. More info: 604 527 5723

Sunday, April 7


Royals Baseball 
Whalley Stadium, Surrey (map)
1-5pm
The Royals take on Bellevue. More info: Royals Athletics

Ongoing


Formed Earth, Earth Formed: works by Judy Weeden and Ronald T. Crawford
New West Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Till April 12
Judy Weeden explores form through clay, producing works which are both functional and decorative. Ronald T. Crawford creates fictional landscapes inspired by the ocean and aerial views of earth. More info: gallery website

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