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A moving concert of vocal and instrumental music inspired by magical tales and legends. The music ranges from the enchanting ‘Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty’ ballets by Tchaikovsky to arias from Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute’ and Massenet’s ‘Cinderella’, as well as orchestral music from Gounod’s ‘Faust’ and the great Can-Can from ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’. Featuring sopranos Natasha Campbell and Autumn Wascher, it’s an evening to transport you to another realm.
Orchestra@uwaterloo is a university-wide orchestra open to students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the University of Waterloo. The orchestra’s Music Director is Daniel Warren. Free admission.
Four chamber groups will play a delightful selection of classical music. Included this term are pieces by Mozart and Peterson. Free admission, reception to follow.
Experience art, music and food at Renison’s night market!
With a variety of vendors, there will be lots of sights and sounds to enjoy while you savour cuisine from all over the world.
Join us for a family-friendly evening to help celebrate Renison’s 60th anniversary.
When: August 9, 2019, 6-10pm
Where: Renison Upper Parking Lot, 240 Westmount Rd. N.
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Let’s get together for a potluck party! We eat, drink, share stories, talk about our successes, plan around those things which weren’t so successful, and maybe sing songs around a campfire.
Since it’s a potluck, bring something to share. Salads, appetizers, snacks, sweets, savouries, desserts, or bring beverages. For the benefit of all, please label your potluck dish if it contains nuts, wheat, eggs, dairy, or meat.
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Join us for 12 fun-filled days of music camp!
August 11 – 23, 2019
Ontario Mennonite Music Camp provides an exciting camp adventure for 12- to 16-year-olds, pairing exceptional musical instruction with traditional camp activities! Campers will find a safe and supportive community to explore their love of music, strengthen their leadership skills, and deepen their faith.
OMMC welcomes campers of all levels of musical skill and experience! Our goal is to help you have fun and grow, no matter where you’re at.
Registration is now open for campers and leaders in training.
Learn more or register for camp.
Watch for details for a Fall Date!
The four University Colleges at UWaterloo are getting together to host an epic alumni evening of craft beer and snacks. This progressive tasting will end at Grebel for coffee and dessert.
Your fee includes local beer tastings from 3 different breweries, snacks and dessert, and an espresso bar.
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The four University Colleges at the University of Waterloo are getting together to host an epic alumni evening of craft beer and snacks. This progressive tasting will end at Grebel for coffee and dessert.
Event Fee(s) Participant $25
Every year, on Sept. 21, the world celebrates the International Day of Peace. Inspired by this initiative, the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement and Conrad Grebel University College invite you to peace events throughout Sept. 16 to 22, or to plan an event to mark the occasion your way, in your community.
Submit your event and learn more at https://uwaterloo.ca/peace-week/
Join us to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the One Sky Festival at Renison University College. This FREE community event is perfect for families and will include live music, dance performances, local delicacies, and face painting!
When: September 21, 2019
When: 11am – 2pm
Where: Renison University College (240 Westmount Rd N, Waterloo)
It has been an amazing five years with so much more to look forward to. We invite to join us in reflecting and reconnecting to celebrate these past five years, and looking ahead to the next five and beyond!
Stay tuned for more information!
The International Day of Non-Violence is marked on 2 October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of non-violence.
Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters, edited by Mary Ann Loewen. University of Regina Press. Presentations by local contributors Carrie Snyder, Maggie Dyck, Hildi Froese Tiessen, R.A. Plett, Ruth Loewen, Maggie Redekop, Mary Ann Loewen.
Finding Father is a collection of stories about Mennonite fathers by their daughters. Written by well-known and first-time writers, these stories illuminate the often close and sometimes troubling relationships that exist between one of humanity’s most precious bonds. From battles over relationships and sexuality, to debates over chores and church, these stories also hold the shared intimacies of driving side by side with dad, laughing, and headed down the road.
Enjoy listening to stories read aloud by the authors at this book launch evening hosted by the Institute for Anabaptist Mennonite Studies (IAMS), at Conrad Grebel University College.