Fri, Feb. 26
London poetry slam anniver- sary show
When: Doors open 8 p.m.Where: The London Music ClubWhat: London’s monthly poetryslam celebrates its two yearanniversary, with “The Recipe,”winners of the Canadian Festivalof Spoken Word. Cover is $5.•
Western’s Faculty of EducationPresents:
13When: Feb. 25-27 at 8 p.m.Where: Althouse CollegeWhat: This musical is a coming-of-age story that follows the lifeof 12-year-old Evan Goldman, ashe moves from New York City toa small town in Indiana. Ticketsare $10 at the door for studentsand $15 for adults.•
Don Wright Faculty of Music atthe D.B. Weldon Library
When: 1 p.m.Where: D.B. Weldon LibraryWhat: Student chamber ensem-ble performs at the D.B. WeldonLibrary.•
Deadline for Green Award nomi- nations
When: 4 p.m.What: Western Green awards rec-ognize an individual or team thatencourages positive environmen-tal changes. Check outwww.uwo.ca/ppd for more infor-mation.•
Don Wright Faculty of Musicfeatures the
Attar ProjectWhen: 12:30 p.m.Where: von Kuster HallWhat: The Attar Project, featuringcontemporary works influencedby Indian classical music anddance, including a work by West-ern composer Paul Frehner.•
Disney on Ice presents:Princess Classics
When: Feb. 26 at 10:30 a.m.and 7 p.m., Feb. 27 at 11 a.m.,3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Feb. 28 12p.m. and 4 p.m.Where: John Labatt Centre, 99Dundas St.What: Unforgettable charactersfrom the world of Disney come tolife. Tickets from $16.75 -$61.75
Sat, Feb. 27
Department of Psychology - Finding your way lecture series
When: Lectures start at 10 a.m.Where: Central Library, 251 Dun-das St.What: A lecture series on thepsychology of everyday life, visithttp://psychology.uwo.ca/inthecommunity.htm for the full sched-ule.•
Exploring the Stars
When: 7 p.m.Where: Hume Cronyn ObservatoryWhat: An open house where visi-tors can view the night skiesthrough the telescope at theobservatory and pose questionsto the astronomer hosting theevening.
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First Nations studentsvisit Western
First Nations students visited West-ern for a day of fun and athleticsover Reading Week.The event, called First NationsTrack and Field Day, took placeThursday, Feb. 18 at ThompsonRecreation and Athletic Centre. Stu-dents from First Nations communi-ties in Grade 7 and 8 participated. Western’s Indigenous Services inco-operation with the men’s and women’s interuniversity track andfield teams, hosted the event.“This event is a bridge between[Western] and the First Nationcommunities,” Vivian Peters,Indigenous Services co-ordinator,said. She explained it was an occa-sion for students to have fun visit-ing and learn about the university.The event had different sport workshops for students to partici-pate in. It also offered students anintroduction to events like high jump, hurdles, shot put, long jumpand javelin.
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