Events

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Upcoming events

Check back in September 2017 for upcoming fall 2017 events!


Past events

UFV French Club: Soirée Culturelle 

The UFV French Club invites you to attend the first Soirée culturelle, a potluck style celebration of francophone culture.

When: February 23, 2017 5:00pm-7:00pm

Where: Room A210 (Abbotsford Campus)

Please feel free to bring a small dish to contribute to the potluck or just come hungry and enjoy some games, food and French language in a relaxed environment. For more information please contact Molleen Shilliday.

Latin American Club Movie Night

The UFV Latin American Club will be having a movie night in honor of the Day of the Dead. It will begin with a short presentation of what the Mexican celebration means and its origins. 

When: November 1, 6:00pm

Where: Global Lounge (B223)

 Mature Students Workshop Series

 Are you a Mature Student? Starting or returning to school?

 Would you like to be a part of a community?

  • Manage time and stress efficiently?
  • Acquire effective learning strategies?
  • Learn how to prepare for your exams?
  • Overcome test anxiety?

 To learn these and so much more, join the Free Workshop series!

 When: Every Tuesday, beginning February 23, from 12:00 - 1:00pm

 Where: Sign up for the workshop in room B214 (Student Services) 

 More info: Call (604)-854-4528 or email viktoria.ivanova@ufv.ca

World Poetry Café

This community event seeks to promote the literary diversity of ethno-cultural groups and languages in Abbotsford. Funded by Citizenship & Immigration Canada, the purpose of hosting a World Poetry Cafe is to increase the community’s awareness of multicultural arts in the region. Participating poets, writers and performers will present in the language of their choice (may include their mother-tongue) and time will be allocated for audience response (if the performer wishes). 

We hope that university students will benefit from participating or attending on an academic, professional or personal level. If students/interns would like to incorporate this into a larger academic project, a letter of support can be incorporated.  This is a family-friendly, free community event.  Themes beyond ethnicity or language diversity could include other aspects of identity including immigration & citizenship, race, gender, sexuality, class, age, etc. 

When: March 24, 2016, 6:30-8:30pm

Where: Kariton Art Gallery  

How to participate: Fill out and submit the‌ World Poetry Cafe Participation Form to participate as a performer.          ‌

UFV Arts Expo 

Come out and explore the arts! Learn about various opportunities, departments, and programs within the College of Arts, and have the chance to speak with faculty and other students. Bring your questions.

When: Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 11:30am-1:00pm

Where: Student Union Building

UFV Career Fair

Research careers and connect with potential employers at UFV's upcoming  Career Fair! This event presents a unique opportunity for students to make contact with employers, all in one place.

When: Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 1:00pm-4:30pm

Where:  Abbotsford campus, Student Union Building 

Storytelling workshop by Jean-Pierre Makosso

The Modern Languages Institute, in collaboration with Café Français and Black Connections, is thrilled to invite you to a unique African storytelling workshop by Jean-Pierre Makosso. This workshop is open to everyone. Drop by and have some fun!

When: Thursday, February 25th

Where: In English, Alumni Hall (B201), 12:30-1:30pm. In French, C1422, 2:30pm-4:30pm

More info: Contact Ghizlane         

“Audiences have nicknamed him "The Magic Man" because of his amazing ability to capture, hold and expand a child's imagination. Jean Pierre shares his cultural heritage with great simplicity through the use of movements, costumes, dance, drums and percussion instruments. Children and adults alike will be drawn by his stunning ability to weave a wonderful animated tale while constantly involving audiences’ participation in the unfolding of the story. You won't want to miss this highly energetic performance.

UFV MicroLectures

See faculty take the two-minute challenge. The Research, Engagement, and Graduate Studies office would like to invite you to attend the 2016 Faculty MicroLecture event. See UFV Faculty take the stage for a maximum of two minutes to present snapshots of their research!

When: Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 11:30am

Where: Road Runner Café, Abbotsford campus, Building A 

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