What's On  

June 17 to 19

The Frog and the Princess: A Musical Ecodrama

The Centre for the Arts in Human Development will present The Frog and the Princess: A Musical Ecodrama. The lead actors – adults with developmental disabilities – shine in this enlightening and unforgettable musical production.
F.C. Smith Auditorium | ecodramatickets@gmail.com or ext. 8616 | $50 for gala evening with reception (June 17) $20 for other performances (June 18 and 19)

Sat., June 19

Awakening youth benefit concert

This concert, featuring Lucas “LazyLegs” Patuelli and Illmask, David Hodges, Patrick Lehman and the DropBeat Kings, the John Rennie Improv Team and more, will raise funds for WorldVision and their relief efforts in Haiti.
Oscar Peterson Concert Hall | 7 p.m. | awakeningconcert.com | $15

Danse pour tous

Choreographers and teachers from Studio 303 present performances by their evening-class students in a variety of techniques, including African dance, Yogadance & Impro, contemporary dance and Hoopdance.
Studio 303, 372 St. Catherine W. 3rd floor (Metro Place-des-Arts) | 7 and 9 p.m. | 514-393-3771 or www.studio303.ca | $5 pre-sale / $10 at the door

Wed., June 23

The Return of Ulysses

This is the story of the magic of the ancient Gods who play with the fate of humankind, their puppets. Concordia theatre students will perform as puppeteers, professional baroque singers and musicians will perform the music. This performance is a free, open dress rehearsal for the Montreal Baroque Festival.
D.B. Clarke Theatre (Hall Building) | 8 p.m. | finearts.concordia.ca/newsandevents/

Deadline: June 23

Summer school for engaged citizens

The Institut du nouveau monde holds École d’été every year for socially engaged citizens ages 18 to 35. Running from Aug. 12 to 15, the program will feature conferences, round-tables, workshops and inspiring speakers.

June 28 and 29

CSU moving sale

The Concordia Student Union is holding a Moving Sale on the Hall Building terrace from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Interested in selling your goods? Contact sustainability@csu.qc.ca before June 23.

Ongoing - Until July 2

Graduating Students’ Exhibition

This eighth edition of the annual juried show provides to students an opportunity to display their work in a public venue and commemorates the completion of their studies, showcasing a cross-section of the many disciplines and research activities of Studio Arts students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Vernissage Wed., June 23.
FOFA, MFA and VAV galleries | fofagallery.concordia.ca, www.vavgallery.com

Wed., Aug. 18

17th annual Memorial Golf Tournament

This annual golf tournament at Hemmngford Golf Club raises funds for the Concordia Memorial Golf Tournament Endowed Bursary. Open to all Concordians and their friends, the vegas-style rain-or-shine tournament will see brunch served at 10 a.m. before tee-off at noon. Golf attire required, softspikes are mandatory, running shoes are acceptable. Optional bus transportation available on a first-come first-served basis. Deadline to register your foursome, with full payment, is Aug. 6. Golf and dinner cost $95 for Concordians, $110 for non-Concordians. Tickets for only the dinner (prime rib or vegetarian) is $40.
www.concordia.ca/memorial or call Lisa Williamson at ext. 3634



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