Fall Campus events: Nov. 4 -Nov. 8

Don’t miss out – here’s what’s happening around campus this week!

Kick off your week with some fun, interesting and entertaining campus events taking place in and around Douglas.

Campus Events this Week:

Monday, Nov. 4

  • The Tragedie of Macbeth: Matinee + Talkback – 12pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Veering towards its wickedly dark side with an all-female cast, The Tragedie of Macbeth, is a wonderfully ‘wyrd’ retelling of this classic play. Matinee tickets are $10 for students.

Tuesday, Nov. 5

  • Collaborative Alchemy: Artist’s Talk – 6:30 – 7:30pm at the Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster Campus. Listen to an Artist’s Talk by the three unique plant-based visual artists, Pierre Leichner, Phyllis Schwartz and Edward Peck, who will discuss their unique artwork collection that features 29 pieces of 2D and 3D visual art. This is a free event with light refreshments available!
  • DSU Advocacy Fair – 11am –2pm in the New Westminster concourse. Come out to celebrate and listen to all of the successful DSU campaigns and collectives from the past years.
  • The Tragedie of Macbeth: Talkback – 7:30pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Veering towards its wickedly dark side with an all-female cast, The Tragedie of Macbeth, is a wonderfully ‘wyrd’ retelling of this classic play. Tickets are $10 for students.

Wednesday, Nov. 6

  • The Tragedie of Macbeth – 7:30pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Veering towards its wickedly dark side with an all-female cast, The Tragedie of Macbeth, is a wonderfully ‘wyrd’ retelling of this classic play. Tickets are $10 for students.

Thursday, Nov. 7

  • Intramurals: Soccer – 4:30–6pm in the Pinetree Community Centre near the Coquitlam Campus. Intramurals are a great way to stay active, meet new friends, build campus community and try a variety of new sports. All Coquitlam Campus intramurals are offered at the Pinetree Community Centre, next to the campus, in Gym 3. Bring your Student ID card and proof of your current class registration.
  • DSU Advocacy Fair – 11am –2pm in the Coquitlam Campus atrium. Come out to celebrate and listen to all of the successful DSU campaigns and collectives from the past years.
  • The Tragedie of Macbeth – 7:30pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Veering towards its wickedly dark side with an all-female cast, The Tragedie of Macbeth, is a wonderfully ‘wyrd’ retelling of this classic play. Tickets are $10 for students.
  • Switch Triptych: Preview show – 2pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Travel back to New York City circa 1919 and a telephone exchange on the brink of extinction. Switch Triptych tells the story of three female operators as they grapple with gender roles, the threat of automation and the dawn unionization. Free admission for this preview show, no ticket reservation but seating is limited.

Friday, Nov. 8

  • The Tragedie of Macbeth – 7:30pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Veering towards its wickedly dark side with an all-female cast, The Tragedie of Macbeth, is a wonderfully ‘wyrd’ retelling of this classic play. Tickets are $10 for students.
  • Switch Triptych: Opening night – 7:30pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Travel back to New York City circa 1919 and a telephone exchange on the brink of extinction. Switch Triptych tells the story of three female operators as they grapple with gender roles, the threat of automation and the dawn unionization. Tickets are $10 for students.
  • Douglas College International: Green Seed Project II – 3:30 – 5:30pm in the Aboriginal Gathering Place, room S4650. Saving the planet starts with all of us, come and join others for a discussion on the UN Sustainable Development’s goals and action plan towards creating a better world for all of us. Listen to a guest speaker, engage in conversation, play games and bite into some yummy pizza!

Ongoing Campus Events

  • Collaborative Alchemy – 10am – 7:30pm at the Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster Campus. From Nov. 1 – Dec. 14, enjoy the artistic exhibit by three unique plant-based visual artists, Pierre Leichner, Phyllis Schwartz and Edward Peck, with their collection of 29 pieces of 2D and 3D visual art. Admission is always free.
  • The Tragedie of Macbeth – 7:30pm in the Studio Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. An all-female cast brings one of Shakespeare’s darkest plays into the 21st century, symbolizing the end of male power. Running from Nov. 1-8. Tickets are $10 for students.
  • Switch Triptych – 7:30pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Travel back to New York City circa 1919 and a telephone exchange on the brink of extinction. Switch Triptych tells the story of three female operators as they grapple with gender roles, the threat of automation and the dawn unionization. Running from Nov. 8-15. Tickets are $10 for students.
  • New Westminster Campus Fall fitness classes – Monday–Thursday from 8am–8pm and Fridays from 8am–6pm, at the Fitness Centre in the New Westminster Campus. View the scheduled classes, which range from Power Yoga to Zumba. Come get fit and healthy!
  • Coquitlam Campus Fall fitness classes – Monday–Sunday from 8am–10pm, at the Pinetree Community Centre. View the scheduled classes, which range from Pilates to Belly Dancing. Come get fit and healthy!

Check back often for more fun and entertaining campus events perfect for the Fall season!

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