This week at Douglas College: Make new friends with E.D.G.E events

Here’s what’s happening at Douglas Sept. 14-20

Monday, Sept. 14

Vancouver Latin American Film Festival
New Westminster Campus
2:30-4pm
The second screening of the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival at Douglas College features the films Agarrando Pueblo, a classic 30-minute film about staging Latin American realities to foreign audiences for profit, and Entornos Protectores, a series of shorts made by locals by Antioquian culture, created by an initiative supporting those at risk of sexual or domestic violence and drug abuse.

The event is free and open to the public.

Thursday,  Sept. 17

Arts at One – de Profundis 
New Westminster Campus
Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
1-2pm
Arts at One to feature De Profundis with Terence Dawson on Piano.
Free and open to the public.

The E.D.G.E
New Westminster Campus
Douglas College Student Union
5-8:30pm
Join the DSU for a fusion of of intramural sports, team activities, and more on this exhilarating, action-packed mult-day orientation event for new students. The EDGE is open to all students whose first semester at Douglas College was/is either Winter, Summer.
Cost: $10.

Friday,  Sept. 18

The E.D.G.E
New Westminster Campus
Douglas College Student Union
3:30-10:30pm
Join the DSU for a fusion of of intramural sports, team activities, and more on this exhilarating, action-packed mult-day orientation event for new students. The EDGE is open to all students whose first semester at Douglas College was/is either Winter, Summer.
Cost: $10.

Saturday,  Sept. 19

The E.D.G.E
Coquitlam Campus
Douglas College Student Union
10:30am-3pm
Join the DSU for a fusion of of intramural sports, team activities, and more on this exhilarating, action-packed mult-day orientation event for new students. The EDGE is open to all students whose first semester at Douglas College was/is either Winter, Summer.
Cost: $10.

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