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Jul
12
Thu
2018
A New Era of Peace and a Peaceful Land @ CGR
Jul 12 – Oct 5 all-day

This exhibition, sponsored by Mennonite Central Committee and curated by the Korean Art Forum, collects rarely seen works by American, Chinese, North and South Korean artists. 

Responding to the speeches given by leaders of North and South Korea at an inter-Korean summit in 2018, this exhibition serves to communicate the following thesis: Peace is not an absence of war, but the living process of freely interacting with others and understanding their values and perspective, while realizing truth and justice.

Exhibit celebration: Thursday, September 20 at 4:00 PM in the Grebel Gallery. Registration coming soon.

Gallery information

Summer hours:

Monday to Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 PM

Fall/Winter hours:

Monday to Thursday
Friday
Saturday

8:30 am – 10:00 pm
8:30 am – 6:00 pm
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

 

 

 

 

A New Era of Peace and a Peaceful Land @ CGR
Jul 12 – Oct 5 all-day

This exhibition, sponsored by Mennonite Central Committee and curated by the Korean Art Forum, collects rarely seen works by American, Chinese, North and South Korean artists. 

Responding to the speeches given by leaders of North and South Korea at an inter-Korean summit in 2018, this exhibition serves to communicate the following thesis: Peace is not an absence of war, but the living process of freely interacting with others and understanding their values and perspective, while realizing truth and justice.

Exhibit celebration: Thursday, September 20 at 4:00 PM in the Grebel Gallery. Free registration.

Gallery information

Summer hours:

Monday to Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 PM

Fall/Winter hours:

Monday to Thursday
Friday
Saturday

8:30 am – 10:00 pm
8:30 am – 6:00 pm
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

 

 

Sep
12
Wed
2018
The World Remembers: 1914-1918 @ CGR
Sep 12 @ 8:00 am – Nov 10 @ 5:00 pm

In fall 2018, the Archives Gallery will again be a display location for ‘The World Remembers.’ Every day from September 12-November 11, 2018 the names of 1,033,167 soldiers and nurses on all sides of the First World War who lost their lives from 1918-1922 will be displayed at more than 60 locations around the world.

The commemoration is a unique expression of remembrance, reconciliation and education, and shows the enormous human cost of the war. The display will be accessible during the following times. Please note there is no Sunday access.

Monday to Friday
Saturday

8:00 am – 7:30 pm
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The Mennonite Archives of Ontario Gallery is on the 3rd floor of the Academic Building, Conrad Grebel University College. The Gallery is also the location of the exhibit “Sites of Nonresistance: Ontario Mennonites and the First World War.”

Sep
15
Sat
2018
All Nations Grand River Water Walk 2018 @ Headwaters of the Grand River
Sep 15 – Sep 29 all-day

The All Nations Water Walk will begin at the headwaters of the Grand River and follow the beautiful river-ways. The walk is intended to honour the water and connect all peoples to creation. It is also a walk in memory of the late Violet Caibaiosai, one of the original Water Walkers.

Boozhoo, Hello.

My English name is Mary Anne Caibaiosai. I am bear clan Anishnaabe kwe from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, Manitoulin Island. I have received and follow traditional teachings passed from my Elders from my territory and from the Midewewin lodge. I currently reside in Kitchener, Ontario.

I am being led to walk along the Grand River, following in the footsteps of Josephine Mandamin, an Anishnaabe Elder, the original water walker. She has honoured the water by walking around the Great Lakes.

This journey on both sides of the Grand River will start mid-September. We will honour the Grand River by praying for, singing for, and carrying her with a ceremonial pail. We will follow our beliefs and teachings that water is life; has spirit and without her we would not be here. Our word for water is “Nibi” and we say “Nga Zichiige Nibi Onji – We do it for the water”.

This walk is not just a walk; it is a ceremony. We are walking to help the water. We believe when we sing for her, offer her good words and prayers, that she will become clean. It is important that men and women of all ages and color will come to walk for her.

If people cannot walk but want to help the water walk in some way, there are other ways to help! They can help organize fund-raising events for the walkers who will need: food, clean water for drinking, snacks, gas and accommodations. You can also donate to help us on this journey. We plan to camp and/or stay at other accommodations along the route.

There are traditional protocols to be followed for this walk and these will be given to those who commit to the walk.

Megwetch!

Mary Anne Caibaiosai

All Nations Grand River Water Walk 2018

Sep
25
Tue
2018
Policy Analyst Recruitment and Development Program, Natural Resources Canada
Sep 25 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Natural Resources Canada has for the last few years organized a comprehensive, department-specific program to recruit policy analysts and economists. Through our Policy Analyst Recruitment and Development Program (PARDP), we are creating opportunities for creative, passionate and talented Canadians to make a contribution to the sustainable stewardship of natural resources at home and overseas.
As always, we are hoping to recruit a pool of highly motivated, energetic and analytically minded people at the Master’s or PhD level for our 2017-2018 campaign. Fields of study include: Economics, Statistics, Sociology, Agricultural Economics, Forest Economics, Resource Economics, Public Administration, Resource Management, Environmental Studies, or other related disciplines.
This information session will provide you with a quick overview of the program and the opportunities it presents for soon-to-be graduates like yourself. It is also an opportunity to ask any questions you might have to people that have successfully navigated the application process.
The link for this year’s competition can be found here: https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/careers/85
The deadline for applications is October 8, 2018.

Philosophication: Universal Basic Income
Sep 25 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Tuesday, September 25 at 5:30 PM

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) lis…

Philosophication

Tuesday, Sep 25, 2018, 5:30 PM

Queen Street Commons Café
43 Queen Street South Kitchener, ON

2 Hungry Minds Attending

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) listed below, with room for conversation flow. Topic: TBD (up for suggestion) -Some potential topics are on the “Message Board” under the “More” tab, here: https://www.meetup.com/KW-Hungry-Minds/messages…

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Regular Meeting for @WRNonviolence @ Queen Street Commons Cafe
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Our Weekly Meeting

WRN | Waterloo Region NonviolenceJoin us at the Queen St. Commons Cafe (43 Queen St. S., Kitchener, ON Map) on Tuesdays at 7:00pm. We discuss themes and organize activities for Nonviolence.

Let’s build a better world together!

Want additional info? Contact us at contact@wrnonviolence.org.

Sep
26
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Sep 26 all-day
What’s Next for NAFTA… and North America? A Panel Discussion
Sep 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

The renegotiation of NAFTA has roared back into the headlines since late August. At this panel discussion, experts from CIGI, Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo will shed light on the talks and their implications for Canada, North America, and the world.
A light lunch will be served.
About the panelists
Hugo Perezcano Díaz is the deputy director of International Economic Law with the International Law Research Program (ILRP) and was previously a CIGI senior fellow with the ILRP. Prior to joining CIGI, he was an attorney and international trade consultant in private practice. Hugo worked for the Mexican government’s Ministry of Economy for nearly 20 years, serving as head of the trade remedy authority, and formerly as general counsel for international trade negotiations. Hugo was lead counsel for Mexico in investor-state dispute settlement cases under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and other international investment agreements.
Patricia Goff is Associate Professor and Chair of political science at Wilfrid Laurier University and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), both in Waterloo, Ontario. She specializes in international political economy, international relations theory, and international organizations, with a particular interest in trade and the cultural capacity of international organizations. She is the author of Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Market Place (Cornell University Press) and co-editor of Identity and Global Politics: Empirical and Theoretical Elaborations (with Kevin Dunn) and Irrelevant or Indispensable: The UN in the 21st Century (with Paul Heinbecker).
John Ravenhill is Director of the Balsillie School of International Affairs and Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo. His work has appeared in most of the leading journals of international relations including International Organization, World Politics, Review of International Political Economy and Review of International Studies. His most recent books are The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia (co-edited with Saadia Pekkanen and Rosemary Foot) and the fifth edition of Global Political Economy (both from Oxford University Press). In 2016, he received the International Studies Association’s International Political Economy Section’s Distinguished Scholar award.
Debora L. VanNijnatten is Professor, Political Science and North American Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, Associate Faculty with the Balsillie School of International Affairs, and Research Partner with the Great Lakes Policy Research Network  Her research and publications have focused on transboundary environmental governance in North America, Canada-U.S. environmental relations and Canada’s international environmental policy.

Noon Hour Concert: Far and Wide @ CGR
Sep 26 @ 12:30 pm – 12:30 pm

The Goodchild Grady Duo will present an all Canadian program of works for clarinet/bass clarinet and percussion.  The concert will feature Toronto based composer Shelley Marwood, Saskatoon composer Kendra Harder, as well as other contemporary composers. Some of the works incorporate theatrical elements and contemporary techniques.  The duo is comprised of  clarinetist Melissa Goodchild, and Kevin Grady on percussion.

Discussion Night: Referenda — @FairvoteWRC @ Blackwing Coffee Bar
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

October is filled with Electoral Reform referenda throughout Canada!
There’s one in British Columbia:

What You Need To Know About the BC Electoral Referendum | The Tyee
[1]

and Prince Edward Island:

P.E.I. Referendum To Pose Question About Proportional Representation
| Huffington Post [2]

and Kingston:

City adds referendum on ranked ballots to election | The Kingston
Whig-Standard [3]

and right here in Waterloo Region, in Cambridge:

Cambridge to have referendum on ranked ballot system |
CambridgeTimes.ca [4]

For our Discussion Night on Wednesday, 26 September 2018 we’ll meet
at the Blackwing Coffee Bar [5] in Cambridge, and meet up with the
_Yes! Cambridge_ campaign team, who are advocating for a ‘Yes’ answer
to the question ‘Are you in favour of the City of Cambridge using a
ranked ballot voting system for the 2022 municipal election?’ We can
also discuss how to provide support to the other referenda taking
place in Canada.

WHAT: FairvoteWRC Discussion Night: Referenda
WHEN: Wednesday, 26 September 2018 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
WHERE: Blackwing Coffee Bar [6]
LOCATION: 135 George Street North, Cambridge, Ontario Map [7]
————————-

Bob Jonkman,
Co-Chair, Fair Vote Waterloo
Phone: +1-519-635-9413
E-mail: bjonkman@sobac.com

FairvoteWRC Contact Info:
Phone: +1–519–279–2990
E-mail: info@fairvotewrc.ca

Links:
——
[1]
https://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2018/07/26/Need-Know-BC-Electoral-Referendum/
[2]
https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/06/13/pei-referendum_a_23457916/
[3]
https://www.thewhig.com/2018/02/06/city-adds-referendum-on-ranked-ballots-to-election/wcm/c6e0d18c-cf6b-b820-d1a6-39ff9bcbb0b5
[4]
https://www.cambridgetimes.ca/news-story/7765556-cambridge-to-have-referendum-on-ranked-ballot-system/
[5] https://blackwingcoffee.com/
[6] https://blackwingcoffee.com/
[7] https://osm.org/go/ZXnsWDtB-?m=

Sep
27
Thu
2018
Re-Imagining Borders Technologies; Designing New Political Forms
Sep 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

This paper will explore the nature of an alter-politics emerging around borders and border walls. Much of the debate on borders – both academically and politically – has revolved around a dichotomy: whether they should be open, or closed. The open borders argument is about free and unfettered movement for all; and the closed borders argument suggests people should be able to create and maintain an inside and an outside. I will argue for an emerging speculative politics that imagines borders beyond this dichotomy, using different terms — such permeable, temporary, multi-layered; and different forms – such as welcome lounges, or flyways. I trace various political movements that are re-articulating the meaning of borders in theory and in practice, including the new sanctuary movement, while pushing anthropological methods into the speculative: how might we imagine, design and amplify some of these possible alternate political forms?
About the speaker
Miriam Ticktin is Associate Professor of Anthropology at The New School for Social Research. Her research has focused in the broadest sense on what it means to make political claims in the name of a universal humanity. She is the author of Casualties of Care: Immigration and the Politics of Humanitarianism in France (University of California Press, 2011) and In the Name of Humanity: The Government of Threat and Care (co-edited with Ilana Feldman, Duke University Press, 2010), along with many other articles and book chapters. She is a founding editor of the journal Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism and Development. Ticktin is currently at work on two related book projects: 1) a short book on innocence as a political concept, and how it produces an unending search for purity; 2) a book on practices of containment at the border, from border walls to spaces of quarantine.

Sep
28
Fri
2018
Transformative Mediation Training September 21, 22 & 28, 29, 2018
Sep 28 @ 8:30 am – Sep 29 @ 4:30 pm
Scholarship Proposal Writing
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

This session will focus on the tools students need to approach scholarship proposal writing with confidence. Working from samples of winning OGS, SSHRC, and NSERC proposals written by graduate students, it will examine common features of successful proposals, and will teach students to apply these writing strategies to their own proposals.
This workshop is being led by the Laurier Writing Centre.
Students from both Laurier and UW are welcome to attend.

Sep
29
Sat
2018
Ride For Refuge @ Koinonia Christian Fellowship
Sep 29 all-day

Cyclists

We believe that riding our bikes [or walking], can change the world.

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraising event that helps you support charities who provide refuge and hope for some of the most vulnerable people on earth.

Your participation in the RIDE is a way to stand up for those whose lives are deeply and often permanently affected by forces and events they can’t control, or who are exploited by the greedy and powerful who care nothing for human suffering.

The 2018 Ride for Refuge will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018 and provides each participant the chance to:

  • Ride up to 50km
  • Walk, or stroll 5km
  • Fundraise for a participating RIDE charity partner

Remember – you need to be on a team riding for the charity you love for your fundraising to flow to them! Team Captains are responsible for selecting the charity when they start their team.

Registration Details

  • Kids 10 and under: Absolutely free to participate (but you’ll have to fundraise $75 to earn your t-shirt).
  • Youth 11-17: Fundraise $75 or more to earn your t-shirt and avoid paying the registration fee of $25.
  • Adults 18 and over: Fundraise $150 or more to earn your t-shirt and avoid paying the registration fee of $25.
  • Note: The registration fee will increase to $40 on Monday, September 24th.

Routes & Distances

  • Cycling Routes – cyclists can select 10km, 25km or 50km distances when registering. Many locations may require you to loop the 25km route twice to complete your 50km. NOTE: not all routes are exact distances. Local requirements may result in shorter distances based on available routes and permits.

  • Walking Routes – we also offer a 5km walking route at each RIDE site. About 25% of our participants select this option.

  • Fun and Safety – our locations work hard to offer child-friendly routes that are well-staffed with friendly volunteers. Along the route, riders and walkers enjoy rest stops and support vehicles. After the event, lunch is served for all volunteers and participants.

Zero Waste 101: Package-Free & BYOC(ontainer)
Sep 29 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

EVENT DETAILS
Are you concerned with how much personal waste you’re producing, but unsure where to start? Or perhaps you’ve made some changes, but don’t know where to go from there? In this talk we’ll help put you on the path to less waste and give you the tools to make a good start, including how to do it locally. You may even save some money along the way!
 
Date/Time: Saturday, September 29, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Location: REEP House for Sustainable Living (20 Mill Street Kitchener, ON N2G)
Registration: $5-10
Agenda
Presentation: 1:30 p.m.
Q&A: 2:15 p.m.
Reep Open House: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Presenter: Amanda Baker
Amanda has lived in this Region for most of her life, and had always recycled, but she wanted to do more. After discovering the Zero Waste lifestyle, she quickly learned that there was much more that she could do to reduce what she sent to the landfill, and has been working towards that goal ever since. She now knows that making small changes as she moves toward a Zero Waste lifestyle can have a huge positive impact on the environment!
 
 
 
To learn more about BYOC & Zero Waste Waterloo Region please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/166776287366357/
https://www.instagram.com/byoclistwaterlooregion/
Or contact Amanda for more questions at byoclist@gmail.com
Transportation
We encourage the use of active transportation such as walking or biking. The house is just off the Iron Horse Trail. It is also easily accessible by GRT bus routes that use Queen and have stops near Mill St. If you drive, please consider carpooling with others you know are attending.
Parking
You are welcome to use Schneider Ave or David Street parking. The Victoria Park Pavilion parking lot is also free to use and only a few minutes walk to the Reep House. Please do not park at the Schneider Haus or Mitchell St lots (click see map)
Registration

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Taste of Grebel
Sep 29 @ 2:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Friends and family of Grebel residents and associates are invited to share the day with us. We are planning a host of activities and events that will give you a sample of the student experience at Grebel. This, of course, includes a great meal and an opportunity to connect with students, staff and faculty.

Taste of Grebel Schedule

The day is planned for you to ‘sample’ what it is like to participate in the Grebel residence community. There are lots of activities designed to show you how Grebel residents, associates, staff and faculty engage in community life.

We encourage you to come for the whole day and take in as much or as little activity as you like.

Time
Event

2:00 
Welcome in the Great Hall – instructions will be given for how to make the most of your visit

2:30 
Student Life samplers – includes activities showcasing student clubs and initiatives, tours to places in the College you may not have seen before, and a square dance sampler

4:00
Academic samplers – mini lectures with our PACS and Music faculty or visit our Centre for Peace Advancement Gallery exhibit

4:45
Chapel sampler – a mini chapel including song and food for thought

5:15
Community Supper sampler – all are welcome to join us for the supper meal. You are invited to contribute toward the cost of the meal – baskets for cash donations will be located at the front of the food lines.

7:00
After dinner show – a sample of student talent – worth the extra hour!

Sep
30
Sun
2018
Kitchener Meet the Candidates @ St Matthews Lutheran Church
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

This is not a debate! We are hosting round table discussions with the candidates to build common ground for community dialogue that spans between elections. Meet the Candidates is co-hosted by St Matthews Lutheran Church and Trinity United Church, and organized by the Social Development Centre WR and its partners.

Our partners are KW Peace, Grand River Unitarian Congregations, Alliance Against Poverty, Dialogue Xchange, Disabilities and Human Rights Group.

We invited the Regional Chair, Regional Council Kitchener representatives and Kitchener mayoral candidates. Join us!

Doors open at 11:30 am.

12:00 pm            Welcome & Ground Rules for Participation

12:10 pm            Democracy in Action – Opening

12:20 pm            Roundtable discussions

(no dedicated topics, questions for starters, facilitation. Candidates are encouraged to move from table to table)

1:10 pm               Break – Candidates prepare their presentations
based on what they heard in the roundtable discussions

1:25 min              Candidates’ Presentations
Videotaped

1:55 pm               Candidates’ Commitments & Wrap Up

Kitchener Meet the Candidates

Oct
1
Mon
2018
Bookclub: The Wellness Syndrome
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Monday, October 1 at 7:00 PM

Interesting book on the politics and morality of wellness. It’s a short read but lots of meat to for us to chew on. Here’s the publisher’s blurb: Not …

Bookclub: The Wellness Syndrome

Monday, Oct 1, 2018, 7:00 PM

Tess’ Place
49 Cedar St. S. Kitchener, ON

2 Hungry Minds Attending

Interesting book on the politics and morality of wellness. It’s a short read but lots of meat to for us to chew on. Here’s the publisher’s blurb: Not exercising as much as you should? Counting your calories in your sleep? Feeling ashamed for not being happier? You may be a victim of the wellness syndrome. In this ground-breaking new book, Carl Cede…

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Waterloo Region Health Coalition monthly meeting @ Heather Room, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Waterloo Region Health Coalition is the local chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition | Protecting Public HealthOntario Health Coalition. The chapter meets on the second Monday of every month, except on holidays, when the meeting is on the first Monday of that month.

Meetings are held in the Heather Room of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 54 Queen Street North, Kitchener. Map

Contact:
Jim Stewart <jim.stewartgo@gmail.com> or +1-519-588-5841
Riani de Wet <dewetriani@gmail.com> or +1-226-606-1623

Oct
2
Tue
2018
International Day of Nonviolence
Oct 2 all-day

United Nations Flag
Flag of the United Nations

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.

Minded
Oct 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Tuesday, October 2 at 6:00 PM

Understanding the mechanics of the mind, behind that ever so complex workshop in your skull. During distinguishing the decision drive -determining des…

Minded

Tuesday, Oct 2, 2018, 6:00 PM

Fairview Park Mall (food-court)
200 Fairway Rd S Kitchener, on

2 Hungry Minds Attending

Understanding the mechanics of the mind, behind that ever so complex workshop in your skull. During distinguishing the decision drive -determining destination direction-, what can we learn from a mined mind? What? Casual conversation, mostly focused on the topic below. Topic: To Be Determined (& distinguished) Related links: To see or suggest some …

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Protect Your Home from Water Damage
Oct 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

EVENT DETAILS
“I am a new homeowner and a bit of a newbie when it comes to home improvements. What I learned made things clear about what I could do to get the water away from my foundation.” -Brandie, Kitchener
Intense rainfalls, heavy winds, ice storms, winter thaws… unpredictable weather puts our homes at risk for damp, flooded basements, backyard ponding, and property damage.
Join us for an informative walk around the Fiddlesticks Community Centre and learn the vital steps to protect your own home from water damage.
Date/Time: Tuesday, October 2nd, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Fiddlesticks Community Centre (71 Cowan Blvd, Cambridge, ON N1T 1K7)
Registration: Free (space is limited so reserve your spot)
Light refreshments provided
Presenter: Michael Albanese, RAIN Home Visit Guide, Reep Green Solutions

Michael Albanese is an experienced RAIN Home Visit Guide who has helped hundreds of homeowners to address drainage problems and educate them about green infrastructure, including rain gardens, permeable paving and rainwater harvesting. Michael graduated from University of Waterloo in the Geography and Environmental Management program and is currently completing the Landscape Design program at Ryerson University.

Workshop Funders and partners:
Registration

#IDOPAN Movie Night for Nonviolence @ Queen Street Commons Cafe
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Banner - Festival Internacional de Cine de la Noviolencia Activa

Kitchener, Canadá
from YouTube: Spot FICNOVA 4 Edición en Castellano

In collaboration with FICNOVA, join us for an evening of movies and short films from the 4th Festival Internacional de Cine de la Noviolencia Activa.

We’ll watch a movie on Nonviolence, discuss it with Festival adjudicator Matt Albrecht, watch another movie, discuss some more, all the while eating some good food.

You can see some of the Festival film entries in the Button - FICNOVA | Videoteca de la noviolenciaFICNOVA Video Library.

Button - FICNOVA YouTube Channel You can also see current and past Festival film entries on the FICNOVA YouTube channel.


#IDOPAN Movie Night will be held at:

Queen Street Commons Cafe Map
43 Queen Street South
Kitchener, Ontario

Note that this is not a potluck, but good food is available to purchase from the Queen Street Commons Cafe

Regular Meeting for @WRNonviolence @ Queen Street Commons Cafe
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Our Weekly Meeting

WRN | Waterloo Region NonviolenceJoin us at the Queen St. Commons Cafe (43 Queen St. S., Kitchener, ON Map) on Tuesdays at 7:00pm. We discuss themes and organize activities for Nonviolence.

Let’s build a better world together!

Want additional info? Contact us at contact@wrnonviolence.org.