The Mennonite Archives of Ontario has partnered with the Hunsberger family to create a photo exhibit featuring a select number of David L. Hunsberger's iconic photos. Almost 5,700 of his images were donated to the Archives in 2005.
Auditions will take place next week for both the University Choir and the Instrumental Chamber Ensembles. All students are welcome. See Ensemble page for details.
Join Fred Martin at Portland Craft on Main Street in Vancouver. Fred will be attending "A Bicycle Built for Two" presented by Theatre of the Beat at Sherbrooke Mennonite Church earlier in the evening and would like to go out for drinks afterwards. Please email Alison Enns if you plan on attending so Fred can save you a seat.
This year’s banquet will feature a talk on Multicultural Learning by Rudy Baergen, interim pastor at Waterloo-Kitchener United Mennonite Church.
Punch at 6:30 p.m. – Dinner at 7:00 p.m.
The World Beloved: Bluegrass & Beyond
Bluegrass Music, also known as "Old Time Music" or "Old Folk Music," is a North America indigenous music founded by immigrants in the early 20th century. Bluegrass incorporates influences from black spirituals, blues and jazz into Maritime traditional songs, fiddle and dance music.
Discover the unique and beautiful works of University Choir's interpretations of bluegrass music!
Join alumni and friends from neighbouring colleges to a watch the Toronto Blue Jays play the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tickets are $14.00 each. Please watch here for registration details which are coming soon. Or contact Alison Enns at 519-885-0220 x24217.
Each Instrumental Chamber Ensemble consists of two to seven players, playing selected pieces from great composers. Sometimes we have classical guitars or brass groups, but the most common grouping is stringed instruments with a piano accompaniment.
Come join us for a wonderful Sunday evening concert, with delicious Grebel refreshments to follow.
Dr. Harvey Max Chochino will be speaking.
Mennonites are known across the globe for their historic peace positions and, more recently, for proactive conflict transformation and peacebuilding activity. This conference and festival will bring together academics, practitioners, artists, and church workers from around the world, to dialogue and reflect on Mennonite peacebuilding accomplishments, failures, challenges, and opportunities in varied international settings, past and present.