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September 27, 2016

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Art on the Wall - Sharing Our Creative Spirits

Drop into the seminary to view the exhibition Sharing our Creative Spirits: Various artwork by Waterloo Lutheran Seminary faculty and staff. Open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and some evenings.

  • Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
  • 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM #TAG Graffiti Art Project

    Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth will come together in a cultural exchange for a Wilfrid Laurier University-led initiative referred to as the TAG project (Transformation Action Graffiti).

    When the project is complete, two large-scale murals by Chile’s famed Alapinta artists – one on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, and one in the City of Brantford – will stand as a testament to the healing, friendship and cultural pride that the project hopes to engender.

  • Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Community Volunteer Fair

    Build Skills | Build Connections | Build Your Resumé | Build Your Community

    The Career Centre, Centre for Student Life and Engagement and Community Service-Learning are co-hosting the Community Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 27 from noon to 3 p.m.

    You will have the opportunity to connect with over 20 community organizations about local volunteer opportunities. Volunteer experience is a great way to make a contribution to the community, to build skills for future employment and to learn about career options.

    Participating Organizations

    • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region
    • Canadian Cancer Society, Waterloo Region
    • Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington Dufferin
    • Community Justice Initiatives
    • Community Support Connections Meals on Wheels and More
    • Deaf Blind Services Ontario
    • Family and Children Services of the Waterloo Region
    • Frontier College
    • KidsAbility
    • Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery
    • Lutherwood
    • March of Dimes Canada
    • Night\Shift
    • oneROOF Youth Services
    • rare Charitable Research Reserve
    • Ray of Hope
    • Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region
    • SHORE Centre
    • SkateABLE
    • Special Olympics Ontario Kitchener-Waterloo
    • Strong Start
    • THEMUSEUM
    • Tutoring Beyond Borders
    • Volunteer Action Centre of Waterloo Region

    Register your attendance in Navigator at wlu.ca/career to receive event reminders. All Laurier students and alumni are welcome to attend whether or not you register ahead of time.

    We are committed to providing inclusive programs and services to all students and alumni.

    Please contact us if you require accommodation for a disability.

  • Career Centre
  • Centre for Student Life and Engagement
  • Community Service Learning
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM "Don't Panic" with Gwynne Dyer

    Gwynne Dyer's talk at the Brantford Campus titled, "Don't Panic," will attempt to assess the real level of risk associated with terrorism in the Middle East. The talk is based on Dyer's book, Don't Panic: Islamic State, Terrorism and the New Middle East.

    7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Myra's Story: a play

    Join us at the new Library Garden Stage (just outside the Second Cup at Laurier's Waterloo campus Library) for our inaugural theatrical performance.

    In Myra's Story, a Canadian production of the hit Irish play, Myra, a homeless "wine connoisseur," shares her hilarious and powerful story with street-smart style, wry wit and brutal honesty.

    Free event, all welcome (note: contains mature themes and strong language).

    Bring blankets, warm clothing, snacks, and whatever else you would wear outdoors on a September evening. In the event of poor weather, we will move the performance into the new Robert Langen Art Gallery on the main floor of the Library.

    We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of SIVC Laurier for this production.

    This event is a presentation of the Library story exchange project. Leveraging the Library’s special role as a pan-university, community-accessible space, the story exchange is a new kind of incubator for storytellers, artists and creative makers in all media, their supporters and fans. Learn more

  • Library

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