Submit your 2017 events to QueensEvents.ca!
Social Media Policy
Social media is one of the tools we use to keep our audience up-to-date with the latest event announcements. Here are some ways you can engage with a wider audience via Queen’s Events’ social media networks.
- Twitter: Mention @EventsQueens in your event announcements and we will Retweet you!*
- Instagram: Tag @queensevents in your event announcements and we will re-post your photo on our account, crediting you in the description.*
- Facebook: Anybody in the Queen’s University network can post event announcements in the Queen’s Events Facebook group.
- Facebook Page: Mention QueensEvents.ca (@queensevents) in your posts!
*Within reason. Please do not spam!
Events vs. Activities
We define an Event as “a one-time occasion that has a fixed end date. Can include recurring events, less than 1 month.” If you are hosting a multi-day festival or theatre performance, this will most likely count as an Event.
We define an Activity as “a recreational pursuit or pastime that does not have a specified end date.” If you are hosting a tourism activity that anyone can go to at any time, this is an Activity and not an Event (e.g. rock climbing, Haunted Walk, art gallery).
Note: If your Activity is hosting a special event for a one-time occasion (e.g. rock climbing competition, Guest Haunted Walk, art gallery opening reception), this will count as an Event.
Recurring Events Policy
“Events” include: Concerts, speaker series, film screenings, art receptions, sports games, open mic nights, workshops, dances, fundraisers, club nights, career fairs… and more!
“…I’m hosting a contest that starts today and runs every day for the next 6 weeks…”
During the busy season (September through April), our website promotes over 60-80 events per week!
Therefore, we prioritize one-time-only events so that the calendar doesn’t become overwhelmingly cluttered.