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Q-rious Readers Book Club presents First Spring Grass Fire

 

Q-rious Readers' Club presents a reading of Rae Spoon's novel, First Spring Grass Fire.

Q-rious Readers Book Club presents Holding Still For as Long as Possible

Q-rious Readers' Club presents a reading of Zoe Whittall's novel, Holding Still For as Long as Possible. In this robust, scruffy, elegantly plotted, and ultimately life-affirming novel, Zoe Whittall presents a dazzling portrait of a generation we’ve rarely seen in literature: the 25-year-olds who grew up on anti-anxiety meds, text-messaging each other truncated emotional reactions, unsure of what’s public and what’s private.

Q-rious Readers Book Club

Q-rious Readers’ Club presents a reading of

Middlesex,

a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides

Q Centre Open House

Q Centre is having an Open House on September 6th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.

Everyone is welcome.

It's a good chance for people to meet the new coordinators, learn more about the centre and get information/resources on getting involved.

Q Centre is located on the main floor of MacEwan Hall. Right next to the Conference & Event meeting room entrance.

Co-sponsored by Queers on Campus.

Coming Out Monologues

Join us for a night of laughs, tears, and breaking the silence as students and community members cometogether to present some of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of coming out.

With monologues from across the LGBTQ spectrum, it will be a night of celebrating all identities!

When: Thursday, March 17, 2011 @ 7:30pm
             Friday, March 18th, 2011 @ 7:30pm

Where: Boris Roubakine Theatre (University of Calgary, Craigie Hall)

Qcentre Opens It's Doors - Open House

Location: 
MacEwan Hall

Qcentre, the SU centre for sexual and gender diversity, will be opening its doors and we invite you to drop in to our Open House which will be held *Wednesday, November 3* from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Room 255C in the Student Centre. We invite you to help support the Centre by volunteering or become a fan at Qmunity’s new Facebook page. The Qmunity Facebook page will be one of the Centre’s main information avenues for events, support, and other activities.

Qcentre on Facebook

We now have our own Qcentre Facebook page and we're looking for fans. The Qmunity Facebook page will be on of our main information avenues for events,  support, and other activities.

You may also want to become a "friend" of the Qcentre Coordinator.

Qmunity: Call for Volunteers

Qcentre, the SU centre for sexual and gender diversity, is looking for volunteers.

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