Part of the PEAR (Peer Education At Renison) Spring 2012 series. THAT TRIO will play the tunes of some of the famous musicians who appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show over the years, including Mitch Miller, Mills Bros, Elvis, and the Beatles. Come and listen to music from the 40's, 50's, and 60's. Parking is available; registration is required. Cost is $10 per session (or four sessions for $30). There will be a gathering for lunch in the cafeteria after the event. Please join us! For more information and to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-884-4404 ext. 28649.
"Social Capital: Understanding and Addressing Acculturative Stress in the Canadian Iraqi-Christian Community". Coffee and tea will be served.
Concerto competition winner: Andrew Song, Violin
Orchestra at Waterloo
For free tickets call the Theatre Box Office in Hagey Hall (519) 888-4908
A case study of Social Networks and the Moral Economy of Water: Implications for Community Organization and Social Change". Coffee and tea will be served.
Part of the K.C. Belair Center-JFI Speaker Series. Mr. Eiji Yamamoto is Consul-General, Consulate-General of Japan, Toronto. All are welcome! RSVP: Laura MacKenzie, phone 519-884-4404 x28690, email email@example.com.
The East-West Music Series explores the many notions of classical East and West through some of the most beautiful music across cultures. Featuring the Kitchener-Waterloo Chinese Music Ensemble, The Madawaska String Quartet, and East West's Dark Horse Ensemble. Dr. Gerard Yun, artistic director; Peiyi Niu, music director, Kitchener-Waterloo Chinese Music Ensemble.
Part of the K.C. Belair Center-JFI Speaker Series. Professor Nobuo Shimotomai is from Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan. All are welcome! RSVP: Laura MacKenzie: phone 519-884-4404 x28690, email firstname.lastname@example.org.