Plan to attend the 22nd annual uWaterloo staff and retirees craft sale which will be held in the Fish bowl of the Davis Centre.
Our talented uWaterloo staff and retirees will be selling their crafts of
2015 Hagey Lecture - Thomas King presents "Love in the Time of Cholera: Canadian Edition"
For full details, check out the web site for the 2015 Hagey lecture.
Plan now to attend the UWRA Fall Luncheon on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at the Sunshine Centre/ Luther Village. We look forward to seeing you and other UW friends and enjoying a performance by the Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus.
Book by Neil Simon.
Music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Based on the original screenplay by Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli and Ennio Flaiano
Produced for the Broadway stage by Fryer, Carr, and Harris
Originally conceived, staged and choreographed by Bob Fosse.
An open house will be held for George Soulis to celebrate his 90th birthday at the Waterloo Heights apartment activity room located at 170 Erb St. West in Waterloo.
Everyone is welcome
We hope you are able to join us for this event. Our guest speaker will be UW’s Vice-President Academic & Provost, Dr. Ian Orchard. Other invited guests include senior administrators of the University, representatives from Human Resources, the Faculty Association President and the Staff Association President. This is a time to socialize, renew old and new acquaintances and a chance to chat with your 2015 UWRA Executive.
To take advantage of this tournament, please show your UWRA membership status (life/annual) to Melissa Zapletal (Ext. 33566) in the UW Staff Association office (DC 3603). Your membership status appears above your mailing address on the back of your Spring 2015 WATtimes newsletter.
The talks given by the donkey sanctuary personnel invite people into the amazing world of donkeys, dispel myths (they are not stupid or stubborn!), and speak to why they are here in Canada and why there is a need for a sanctuary. To gain additional knowledge about the work done at the sanctuary, visit their website.
The recently opened Aga Khan Museum has had spectacular reviews for its architecture, grounds and collections of prized artifacts from the Muslim world. Our spring bus tour to the Aga Khan Museum, the Ismaili Centre and the surrounding gardens in Toronto will be led by docents so provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the culture of Islam.
Plan now to attend the UWRA Spring Luncheon on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Sunshine Centre/ Luther Village. We look forward to seeing you and other UW friends and to hear Dr. Kelly Grindrod, School of Pharmacy, speak "Know your meds: simple ways to learn more about your drugs."