Tuesday, Sept. 25
Tight & Bright Workout / 12:05 p.m. / H building (portables)
Wednesday, Sept. 16
Pride Fair / 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. / The Den
Thursday, Sept 27
Sex Talk with The Docs / 12 p.m. / Courtyard Room
The Birdcage movie screening / 6 p.m. / crave
Artist Talk: Sean Caulfield
Tuesday, Sept. 25 · 7:30 p.m.
Cultural Centre, MHC (VC125)
The visual communications department is pleased to welcome Sean Caulfield to campus on Sept. 25. Caulfield is a centennial profession in the Department of Art and Design at the University of Alberta. His work has exhibited nationally and internationally and he has received numerous grants and awards.
One of Canada's leading writers and speakers will be at the Medicine Hat campus to share his ideas about sustainability, renewable energy, liveable cities, and democratic renewal. Everyone is invited to attend!
In recognition of Orange Shirt Day (held on Sunday, September 30, 2018), Medicine Hat College's Indigenous Support Office is raising awareness of Orange Shirt Day’s significance and the legacy of residential schools in Canada. Stop by the display table on Sept. 28 to learn more, as well as visiting the Orange Shirt Day website for more information on the purpose of the day, Phyllis (Jack) Webstad’s story of her orange shirt, and the residential school experience in Canada: http://www.orangeshirtday.org/.
Be sure to wear orange on Sept. 30 in support of reconciliation efforts in Canada and the fact that “Every Child Matters.”
Gwynne Dyer at MHC
Tuesday, Oct. 2 · 7 p.m.
Eresman Theatre, MHC
Join Gwynne Dyer as he presents The Populist Revolt: Its Causes and Cure, based on his book Growing Pains: The Future of Democracy (And Work).
This event is free and open to the college and community. Learn more about Gwynne at http://gwynnedyer.com/
Power Up Brooks
Oct. 12 · 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
JBS Canada Centre, Brooks
This one-day conference will focus on celebrating the Brooks region’s local entrepreneurs while providing business resources to those operating or interested in starting a business. In addition to inspiring keynote speakers, there will be several breakout sessions throughout the day where participants will learn tangible, implementable tools on topics ranging from marketing to alternative financing options.
This event is a collaborative initiative made possible by local partners including ATB Financial, Medicine Hat College Brooks Campus, the Brooks and District Chamber of Commerce, the City of Brooks, County of Newell, Government of Alberta and APEX Alberta.
Tickets are $50/person and are available online at www.powerupbrooks.com.
Medicine Hat College will host the 2018 Ping CCAA Golf Nationals at Desert Blume Golf Club this fall, welcoming top players from across the country. Watch for more information at www.ccaa.ca.
Implicit Bias and Inclusion Workshop
Oct. 25 - 26
MHC Cultural Centre, CC 169
MHC will be holding implicit bias and inclusion workshops at the Cultural Centre this fall. Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. The facilitator is Dr. Valerire Pruegger, Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Protected Disclosure at the University of Calgary.
Dr. Pruegger will be facilitating two workshops, one full day workshop (worth ACSW Category A Credits: 6.5) and one half day introduction workshop.
MHC staff and faculty are applicable to receive 50% tuition waivers from the HR office. Please contact Danni in HR. Space is limited.
Save the date! MHC's annual Christmas party is Nov. 30. Watch On Campus for more information.
Jingle & Mingle
Saturday, Dec. 1
Save the Date! The Rattlers annual Jingle & Mingle fundraiser is Saturday, Dec. 1! Enjoy beautiful décor, a delicious supper, live entertainment and the opportunity to make great memories! If you’re interested in donating a silent auction item in support of our Rattlers, who contributed over 5,000 hours of volunteer service in the community last year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sept. 4 - 27, 2018
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