Jazz music featuring vibraphonist Michael Wood & pianist Jim Hodgkinson. Music will include pieces by notable Canadian and American composers.
"Mennonite Memories of Migration," is a storytelling event hosted by the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario and the Institute of Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies at Conrad Grebel University College. View art and archival exhibits on Mennonite immigration experiences.
Seeking Peace as the End of Lament
Professor Derek Suderman will be presenting this year's Eby Lecture.
As a precursor to their KW Chamber Music Society concert, we are delighted that the world renowned Attacca Quartet will present a free concert at Grebel featuring one of Haydn's string quartets. Please note that this concert is on a Friday, instead of our usual Wednesday noon hour time slot.
This concert features accomplished local performers Natasha Campbell (soprano), Heidi Wall (piano), and Miriam Stewart-Kroeker (cello).
Performer Njacko Backo is the creator of joyful African influenced "world music", master of the kalimba (thumb piano) from his native Cameroon. Backo is a multi-faceted band-leader, storyteller, author, and educator.
Conrad Grebel University College, is holding its Annual General Meeting in the Great Hall. The community is welcome to attend and learn about the activity at Grebel this past year.
All families and friends of Grebel Fall 2014 Residents and Associates are invited to an open house!
The event will feature interactive family fun showcasing student life, followed by a BBQ chicken dinner (donations appreciated) and square dance. The event will run from 2:00pm - 8:00pm.
AGM - 2:30-3 in the Great Hall. Please join us!
Formed in 2007, the Cardinal Consort explores the world of 16th and 17th century music for viol consorts. The four gambists are Valerie Sylvester, Sheila Smyth, Linda Desman, and Sara Blake. Come join us for some exquisite music.
Dates: September 8, 2014 to January 18, 2015
An exhibition of 22 Paintings by Winnipeg artist Ray Dirks.
A project of the Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery, Winnipeg.
In art and words, the exhibit tells the dramatic stories of women and their families who fled the Soviet Union in the decade after the Russian Revolution and during World War II. Despite the despair, horror and loss each of these families faced, at its core, this exhibit is about love, courage, humility, determination and faith.