Where: Outside University Hall
When: April 5, 11-3 pm
Cost: Free free free
Pedal on down to McMaster on Friday, April 5th! From 11-3 in front of University Hall, we will be having a celebration of cycling that will include artistic, educational, and other fun activities. Be sure to check it out!
When: April 6th, 9:00am – 3:00pm
Where: please refer to facebook page for further details
Do you want to take part in current conservation efforts to remove invasive species and help protect our native environment? Come out and volunteer on April 6, 2013 to help us accomplish our goal of removing the invasive species Buckthorn from a forest in West Hamilton. All volunteers will be awarded with free lunch! Check out our website http://buckthornremoval.wordpress.com/about/ or facebook event http://www.facebook.com/events/494692713920943/?fref=ts for more information.
When: March 3, 7:00pm
Where: Ewart Angus Center (EAC) room 1A1. (Located on the north-west corner of HSC)
Not many people can jot down “professional ice climber” as their job description, but then again, Will Gadd is an utterly unique person. A seriously driven individual, he’s won ice climbing gold medals at the X Games, set the world distance record for paragliding twice, climbed multiple icebergs, and traveled the world as a host of Discovery’s Fearless Planet. An explorer at heart, Will Gadd lives with a sheer desire to discover and push boundaries. Students will have a chance to ask Gadd questions in person, as well as climb on campus in a demo session with the world champion climber himself. The talk will take place in room 1A1 of the Ewart Angus Centre (EAC). The EAC is in the north-west corner (rear) of the huge, multi-storey McMaster Health Sciences Centre (HSC)
When: April 6, 7:30pm
Where: Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W.
Cost: 12$ student 15$ adult
The McMaster University Choir is gearing up for their spring concert “Listen To The Earth” on April 6th.
They’ll be singing a very cool environmentally-themed programme. Whether you enjoy classical, gospel, modern, or inspirational movie soundtracks, this concert definitely has something for everyone! The McMaster Choir will present a stirring program, “Listen to the Earth,” featuring a range of works by Monteverdi, Byrd, Mendelssohn and Copland, Tichelli, Gjielo and Grau. Saturday, April 6 at 7:30 pm at Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W. Tickets from a choir member, online, or at the door. http://mcmasterchoir.ca/tickets.
When: Saturday March 23rd
Where: Meet at @ 7:00 AM depart in front of IWC (return by 7pm)
Pre-trip meeting; Thursday March 21st 7:00-8:00pM – DBAC WB 111
Join the MOC as we try to squeeze the last few drops of winter fun out of the season with an end of season ski and snowboard trip to Mount St. Louis Moonstone Located in Coldwater, ON (just north of Barrie) Mount St. Louis Moonstone is a family owned and operated ski resort of similar size to Blue mountain. Yes they do still have snow (check out there live webcams while you are on their site) and limited spots are available so be sure to sign up soon. The cost of the trip covers transportation to and from the ski hill. You will have to rent your own equipment and pay for the lift pass. http://www.mountstlouis.com/daily-rates/ , www.mountstlouis.com/daily-rentals/
When: Friday April 12th
Where: Meet in front of McMaster Art Museum at 1:00pm, be sure to bring your student card or change for the bus as well as a snack and water for the hike.
Have you seen the amazing Waterfalls that Hamilton has to offer? Websters and Tews are not the only falls around. Hamilton has the most waterfalls of any city in the world. So its time that we take you on a tour of some of the biggest and best. Come join us for a hike to see the eastern waterfalls of Hamilton, we will leave around 1:00pm Bus down to the start of the trail and hike towards Devils Punchbowl and get to see several amazing waterfalls on the way. The hike will take approximately 5-6 hours.