This Week At Queen’s: January 22 – 28
With unseasonably warm weather this week, there’s no excuse to binge-watch The Office for the 15th time. Below is a list worthwhile events you can do instead. Hope you enjoy!
When: Sunday, January 22nd, 6pm-8:30pm
Where: Samatva Yoga, 397 Princess
Getting a bit too stressed out with those Grad School or Summer Job applications? Forget life’s hassles for over 2 hours with yoga to restore your wholeness, balance and well-being, and prepare you for the week up ahead!
When: Tuesday, January 24th, 10:30am-3:30pm
Are you a Queen’s student looking for a summer job? Print your resume and wear your blazer because this is a great opportunity for you to connect with organizations seeking summer hires.
When: Wednesday, January 25th, 6pm-8:30pm
Where: The Kingston Collective, 303 Bagot Street, Suite 14
Participate in this free and intimate TEDxSalon event featuring founder of Happy Soul Project, Tara McCallan, and PhD candidate, Aneesh P. Tarun of the Human Media Lab. Talks will be followed by a moderated fireside chat with speakers.
The Perils of Persephone (All Ages)
When: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 7:30pm-9:30pm
Where: Domino Theatre
Are assignments starting to pile up out of nowhere? So are the bulls that have found their way to Persephone Township. Come watch this comedy written by the author of the hilariously entertaining Wingfield plays.
When: Friday, January 27th, 7pm-9pm
Where: Rogers K-ROCK Centre
The Kingston Frontenacs play against the Niagara IceDogs here at home. Come cheer the Frontenacs to victory!
When: January 28th, 10am-4pm
Where: St. Lawrence College
If you know absolutely nothing about coding or computer programming, you’ve come to the right place! Come out to Kingston’s Ladies Learning Code 2017 Kick Off workshop – HTML & CSS for Beginners!
USS + Repartee (19+)
When: Wednesday, January 25th, 9pm-12am
Where: Ale House
It’s drinks, friends and fun at Ale House this Wednesday. Known for their single “This Is The Best” which quickly shot to the Top 3 on Canadian Alternative Charts. They’ll be performing songs from their new album “New World Alphabet.” Thou shalt not miss out.