Upcoming Events added by YOU!

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Collaboration is key to keeping our calendar up-to-date with all the events at Queen’s & downtown! Here’s a shout-out to some awesome upcoming events contributed by you, the public!

Wed. Mar. 13

  • FREE Levana Lunch Time Chat: Mindfulness In Activist Spaces1pm-2:30pm – How do we disrupt the whitewashing of mindfulness in activist spaces? Join Levana and our special guest, Farriel Sharma, for an afternoon of discussion, mindfulness activities, and free lunch! This event is co-hosted by Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights. @ Kingston Hall reflection room 213
  • Poetry Night: Turtle Island to Palestine6pm-8pm – featuring activists and poets in the community who use art as a form of resistance against settler colonialism on Turtle Island and globally. @ SKHS room 100
  • The Imaginary Theatre Company: “Minority Report” – 8pm-9:30pm – A play about community can come together to create a more inclusive environment for everyone. Runs nightly Mar. 13-16 only
    @ Theological Hall.

Thu. Mar. 14

  • Wine & Cheese (all ages+) – 6pm-11pm – part of Indigenous Awareness week: wine down and get cheesy, featuring inspirational Indigenous guest speakers. $7 in advance, $10 at the door @ The Grizzly Grill.
  • “A Jewish Journey To Palestine” – 6pm-8pm– Why is it wrong to equate anti-zionism and anti-semitism? Let’s ask Rabbi David! Free, light refreshments provided. @ SKHS room 100
  • Coffee House Fundraiser 7:30pm-9pm – Live music, baked goods and tea in support of the Dawn House women’s shelter. Hosted by Queen’s Power Unit. Tickets $5 at the door. @ The Tea Room (in ILC)
  • Queen’s Yu Theatre Society: “Rhinoceros in Love” play8pm – bringing China’s NUMBER ONE most popular drama play to the campus! Get excited for a live band and English subtitles for your enjoyment. Runs nightly, Mar. 14-17 only @ The Isabel studio theatre.
  • “Minority Report” play – 8pm-9:30pm @ Theological Hall.
  • Rockters without Borders (19+) 9pm – Acoustic and alternative rock fundraiser for Médecins Sans Frontières featuring performances by: Sammy & Steph, Local Band, and Spineapple. @ The Brooklyn

Friday, Mar. 15

  • Kingston Climate Strike12pm outside JDUC – Join the call for climate action in Kingston and at Queen’s University, as students and faculty pressure the institution to stop investing in fossil fuels.
  • Palestinian Culture Night7pm-9:30pm – Learn, indulge and enjoy Palestinian culture with Arabic music, a wide selection of delicious food, and live traditional Palestinian oud music with Fahd Zainedin, dabke and more! @ Kingston Hall reflection room 213.
  • “Minority Report” play – 8pm-9:30pm @ Theological Hall.
  • “Rhinoceros in Love” play8pm @ The Isabel studio theatre.

Saturday, Mar. 16

Sunday, Mar. 17

Tuesday, Mar. 19

  • SGPS Soccer Hour7pm-8pm – Let off some steam and meet some new people, for free! Graduate students of all skill levels are invited to join @ MacBrown Gym (Earl St. & Barrie St.)

Wednesday, Mar. 20

  • Colliding Scopes Theatre: “Stumped”7pm – inspired by Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree”, Stumped tells the immersive story of one family and how unforeseen circumstances alter their outlook on life as the night unfolds. @ The Spire (Sydenham St United Church)

Thursday, Mar. 21

  • “Stumped” play – 7pm @ The Spire
  • Flesh and Blood Productions: “STRAIGHT” play7:30pm – Funny, sad, sexy and surprising, this three-character drama takes a hard look at the moral complex of a generation that prides itself on the pretense of acceptance. Tickets $14-$18. Runs nightly, March 21-23 only @ Baby Grand Theatre.

Friday, Mar. 22

Saturday, Mar. 23

Thursday, Mar. 21

  • Flesh and Blood Productions: “STRAIGHT” play7:30pm – Funny, sad, sexy and surprising, this three-character drama takes a hard look at the moral complex of a generation that prides itself on the pretense of acceptance. Tickets $14-$18. Runs nightly, March 21-23 only @ Baby Grand Theatre.

Monday, Mar. 25

Tuesday, Mar. 26

  • SGPS Soccer Hour7pm-8pm – Let off some steam and meet some new people, for free! Graduate students of all skill levels are invited to join@ MacBrown Gym.

Wednesday, Mar. 27

Friday, Mar. 29

Saturday, Mar. 30

  • “Workshops: Early Middle Eastern Music and Dance”9:30am – Egyptian (belly) dance, Evolution of the guitar, Islamic courtly history, recorder music, and more. Led by Alpharabius. @ Quintillian School (near West Campus).
  • Jack Pine concert8pm-11pm – JUNO-nominated singer-songwriter Jack Pine is on the Lone Wolf Prowl with his unique and gritty alt-folk Canadiana sound. @ Musiikki Cafe (all ages+)

Tuesday, Apr. 2

  • YGK Tech Night6pm-9pm – Calling all tech enthusiasts! Join Sudo Labs and Ratehub.ca for a night of networking, nachos, and a contest for the best demonstration of a tech project! Open to the public @ The Grad Club (all ages).

Thursday, Apr. 4

  • Public Lecture: “National Independence and European Integration” – this lecture addresses central yet often overlooked questions in the study of European integration and democratic governance in the EU. Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Studies and Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity. @ Kingston Hall room 200.

Thursday, May 3

  • Spring/Summer Season Launch6pm-7:30pm – celebrate 4 beautiful new exhibitions: the research-rich Puvirnituq Graphic Arts in the ’60s (curated by Alysha Strongman); the imaginatively staged Stepping Out: Clothes for a Gallery Goer; the immersive media world of Kingston artist Emily Pelstring’s Any Saint, and the raw, open and playfully discursive Let’s Talk About Sex, bb (by co-curators Carina Magazzeni and Erin Sutherland) @ Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

Sunday, May 12

Thursday, May 16

  • ART MATTERS and Inuit Art Foundation Edit-A-Thon12:15pm-4pm – Join Alysha Strongman, curator of Puvirnituq Graphic Arts in the ’60s, for a special Art Matters talk and tour, followed by the Inuit Art Foundation’s Inuit Art Quarterly Profiles Edit-a-Thon in the Atrium! @ Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

And that’s not all!

Every day of the month, you’ll find at least 10 incredible things to do – so get off your butt and go to something! Events are life. Everything else is extra.

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