Sunday, April 7, 2013

This week at Douglas: an evening of jazz, a forum on the 2013-14 budget and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas College April 8-14:

Monday, April 8

HPV Clinic
New West Campus, room 2212
Are you a woman born 1991-1993? If so, you are eligible for a limited, one-time free HPV vaccine. Presented by the Douglas Students' Union. Administered by Safeway pharmacists. Please bring your BC Care Card. NOTE: the HPV vaccine requires three doses. At this clinic first and second doses are available. Interested in attending? Email Deepa at the DSU with your full name, email address, phone number, preferred appt. time and whether this is your first or second HPV vaccination.

An Evening of Jazz
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
Big Band Jazz from the Douglas College Night Band and Dues Band, directed by Blair Fisher and John Van Deursen. General admission $10, $5 seniors, students free. Tickets available at the door. More info: Arts Events

Tuesday, April 9

Royals softball
Softball City (map)
The Royals take on Everett. More info: Royals Athletics

Second Annual Student Engagement Awards
Executive Plaza Inn, Coquitlam
The evening will honour and recognize student leaders who have made significant contributions to our campus and to the community. By invitation only. More info: Douglife

Wednesday, April 10

Audio Engineering info session
New West Campus, room 3220
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 12

College-wide forum on 2013-14 Budget
New West Campus, room 4920
Coquitlam Campus, room B3011 (video conference)
We'll be holding a forum to present our draft 2013/14 College budget to you, our students. Your feedback is important, and we encourage you to attend! More info: doug blog

Student Composition Concert
Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
An exciting evening of new compositions written and performed by Douglas College Music Students, directed by Doug Smith. Admission is free. More info: 604 527 5723


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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