Until December 2016
New Exhibit at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario:
“Conchies Speak: Ontario Mennonites in Alternative Service.”
During the Second World War, 2,600 Ontario Mennonite men served in conscientious objector work camps. Through archival records, this exhibit recovers their voices and stories.
This exhibit explores story-telling through art by people now living in Iraqi Kurdistan as a result of displacement. Iraqi Kurdistan
(northern Iraq) hosts a diverse group of people brought together in a very small geographical area. This region is home to the Iraqi Kurds, Syrian Kurds, Yazidis, Assyrian Christians, and Iraqi Arabs who have offered their stories in this exhibit.
Students with offers of admission to University of Waterloo are invited to attend a special open house with a focus on finding the right place to live!
Come experience what residence life at Grebel is like! Onsite applications to residence and interviews will be offered.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a leisurely afternoon of bike riding.
"The Messiness of Becoming the People of God"
With Arli Klassen, Mennonite World Conference
Please click here to be redirected to the MCEC website where you can purchase tickets which are $50/each. ($25 receiptable)
Speaker: Robert Zacharias with a panel of contributors.
On the island of Bali, Indonesia the idea of community and the spirit of interaction are highly valued and extend to music-making. Being an aural/oral tradition, repertoire—from ritual pieces to modern compositions, instrumental or dance—is learned through imitation and repetition, by listening and watching (i.e., without the use of notation). Students experience this communal process of creating a unified sound on a gamelan semara dana (one of several types of gamelan found in Bali) consisting of gongs, metallophones, drums, and flutes.
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.
A Concert of the Global Mennonite Peacebuilding Conference and Festival, featuring choirs, gamelan, and an original composition titled “Earth Peace” by Carol Ann Weaver, Professor Emerita of Music.
If you are a Global Mennonite Peace Building Conference participant, your ticket to this event is included with your registration.
The story of Canada’s conscientious Objectors of the Second World War.
Though Western classical choirs are seldom known for their movement prowess, in most cultures, singing and dance are inseparable . In this summer concert we will explore the music and movement of classical forms such as ballroom, tango, waltzes and ballet. Through collaborations with dance troops and cultural teachers we will demonstrate various African songs and dance, Celtic dance and song, swing, and even Hawaiian song and hula.
Amazing student musicians perform a selection of classical music. Free admission, with a reception to follow. Directed by Ben Bolt-Martin.
Mark your calendar for an action-packed week of peace related activities. More information will be available in August.
Students from the '80s - Registration Open!
John E. Toews Atrium at Conrad Grebel University College
Hot hor d'oeuvres, beverages and cash bar. Tickets are $25.00.
Live Band including: Brian Rudy '89, Steve Martin '88, Brent Klassen '90, Durrell Bowman '89 and Ken Stevens '89.
Please Register via the UW Reunion site
Or contact Alison Enns at email@example.com or 519-885-0220 x24217 for more info.
Jeremy Bergen will be presenting the Benjamin Eby Lecture on November 3, 2016 at 7:30pm at Conrad Grebel University College.