Local musician Jsun and the Oshungo Drumming group will perform a selection of Reggae and folk-infused music, guaranteed to cheer you up on a cold winter day.
This talk will focus on common problems children face in childhood and when and how parents can seek help and best support their child.
The Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre and the Faculty of Arts are pleased to announce a new Indigenous Speakers Series highlighting the voices of Indigenous artists, writers, activists, and leaders from across Turtle Island.
The Bookstore and Writing Centre present a book launch event for Performing Antiracist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing, and Communication, co-edited by professors Vershawn Young (English and Drama & Speech Communications) and Frankie Condon (English).
The Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) is hosting an exciting public lecture by Dr. Kim TallBear, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience and Environment at the University of Alberta.
Chiharu Iinuma is a highly accomplished pianist and teacher from Vancouver. Currently, she is on the piano faculty at the Vancouver Academy of Music and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music. Chiharu has also collaborated at the world's most prestigious music competitions, including the Tchaikovsky and Queen Elizabeth, Leonard Rose Competitions.
As a part of International Women's Day on March 8th, Arts HeForShe will be screening the hit documentary "Dream, Girl", showcasing the stories of ambitious, millennial female entrepreneurs.
The University of Waterloo's Community Relations invites everyone to a public lecture and panel on the impacts of the U.S. Presidential Administration, particularly the social, cultural, and economic consequences of politics.
The UW Geophysical Society invites all Arts and Environment students to its monthly Geophysical Field Learning Exercise with interactive demonstrations of ground penetrating radar (GPR), electromagnetic induction (EMI).
Drawing from the nickname for the clarinet - the "licorice stick" - and the fact that they play "all sorts" of music, the Licorice Allsorts Clarinet Quartet have been delighting audiences of all ages with entertaining and informative programs since 1980. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to bring their children to this concert - suitable for ages 8 and up.