Lori Campbell, director of the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre will talk about the importance of territorial acknowledgement, research opportunities, and about an Indigenous Studies class that she will be offering soon.
In recognition of National Aboriginal History Month, Feds is holding a special event in collaboration with the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre (WAEC) and Waterloo's Aboriginal Students Association (ASA) to mark the installation of a land acknowledgement plaque at the Student Life Centre (SLC). All members of the Waterloo community are invited to join.
The UWaterloo Balinese Gamelan Ensemble will be appearing at the KULTRÚN FESTIVAL on Saturday, July 8, at 2:00pm. Join us at this wonderful FREE international festival in Victoria Park.
On July 15th the University of Waterloo presents a special program of exploration, history, and collaboration through music. “Islands” brings story and song from some of the world’s most fascinating island communities. Hawaii, New Zealand, Cuba, and Jamaica are real islands with unique and interrelated musical cultures featuring popular and beloved music. Canada too has its islands. 540 km north of Thunder Bay on the northern peninsula of Eastwood Island is the Webequie First Nation.
Four different chamber trios will perform a wide selection of classical music pieces. The musicians are gifted students, so this is a delightful way to spend a Sunday evening. Free Admission, with a reception to follow.