MONDAY OCT. 16 – What place does Art have in the Societial Transformation? Does Art Matter and can Theatre of Liberation make a difference in the Lives if citizens? Discussion/teach in @ The Sky Dragon Centre
TUESDAY, OCT. 17 – TRANSPORTATION FOR LIVEABLE COMMUNITIES MONTHLY MEETING 7:00pm in the McMaster University Student Centre room 230.
TUESDAY, OCT. 17 – On Lives and Rights 8:00pm, Bridges Vegetarian Café with the HAMILTON VEGETARIAN ASSOCIATION for an evening of poetry with local poet James Strecker.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 – LUNCH AND LEARN ABOUT SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING With Marta Stiteler, MA CFP CIM of Assante Wealth Management Wednesday, 12:00 Noon Room 311 of the McMaster University Student Centre
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 – COSTA RICA OR ECUADOR & GALAPAGOS ISLANDS service/ecology/adventure fieldtrip info
Learn about life in a vegetarian, fully sustainable community. Come find out how you can join one of this year’s field trips!
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, OPIRG BOARD MEETING, 6:00pm, MUSC 230
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 Ewart Angus 1A5 SPEAKERS AGAINST A NUCLEAR ONTARIO: Searching for a viable energy future. 7pm, Ewart Angus Room 1A5, McMaster University Medical Centre
THURSDAY OCT. 19, 7pm Hamilton Movie Premiere: CAMDEN 28. MUMC Ewart Angus Centre 1a6. Free. www.camden28.org How far would you go to stop a war? A new documentary about the remarkable and daring attempt to help end the Vietnam War.
Plus: Hamilton premiere of short documentary: MOTHER’S DAY AT WESCAM from the Dundas Independent Video Association.
SATURDAY, OCT. 21 @ 7 P.M. Sky Dragon Centre (27 King William Street) The Ontario and Quebec Tour: DIGNITY AND AUTONOMY, Featuring Representatives from The Ricardo Flores Magon Popular Indigenous Council Of Oaxaca. Free Admission
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