Sunday, March 24, 2013

This week at Douglas: Student Research Day, Uganda Project fundraiser and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas College March 25-31:

Monday, March 25

Student Research Day
New West Campus, concourse
Pick Douglas students' brains as they present their research on everything from vaccinations to marine benthic diatoms(!) More info: doug: the community blog

Tuesday, March 26

Royals softball
Softball City, Surrey (map)
The Royals take on Shoreline. More info: Royals Athletics

Thursday, March 28

Student Showcase Concert
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
The Arts at One presents a a showcase of the best performers from the Douglas Music program. Free. More info: Arts Events

Steve Sale's retirement  party
New West Campus, Aboriginal Gathering Place
After over 32 years of service, Steve Sale is retiring. Please join us in the Gathering Room to wish Steve well as he embarks on the next chapter of his life.

Uganda Project fundraiser
Lafflines, 530 Columbia St., New West
Doors 7pm; show 8pm
Laugh your head off while supporting Douglas students who are travelling to Uganda next month as part of the College's Uganda Project. Tickets ($20) and can be ordered by email  or by contacting Janice Spencer, Wendy Parry or Diana Stewart, faculty in CFCS.


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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