April 9th The Grad Club’s AGM

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Ideas on Tap Speaker Series

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Ideas on Tap Speaker Series
with Chantal Valiquette
Institutions of Moral Reform
Examining the relationship between the Kingston
Penitentiary and Rockwood Asylum form 1855-1918
Tuesday March 26th
7pm in the Main Room
FREE to ALL!
Chantal is a third year medical student at Queen’s University’s School of Medicine. Her interests lie in the intersection of history, the humanities, institutionalization, and medicine. Her project was funded through the Associated Medical Services’ Hannah Summer Studentship Award in 2018.

Valentine’s Slow Dance Feb 15th

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Kingston’s Valentines SLOW DANCE 2019!

Friday, February 15th
at the Grad Club (162 Barrie st.).
Doors, Dance cards and DJs at 9pm sharp.
Formal dress encouraged (but not necessary)

THIS IS OUR 10th ANNUAL SO GET EXCITED!

Our Slow Dance is always a raging and festive dance party peppered with slow songs pre-selected by DJs. These tracks are printed on dance cards that you can use to sign up for slow dances with fellow attendees. With DJ Ben Nelson, DJ Deena, DJ LK, and DJ Haircut, its sure to be “a night to remember.” A true adult prom and re-do of hilarious middle school dances.

As always, designated dancers will be making the rounds, adorned with decorative sashes, making sure that there are no wallflowers. These people are approachable and utterly babely. They’ll help you get into the swing of the evening.

Photo booth on sight! This year its going to be impressive, too!

**** Members of a surprise Kingston supergroup will perform a few lovelorn hits for you to dance to midway through the evening! With a couple of songs by one of our favourite drag performers miss Lilith Cain thrown in for your health! *****

$10 admission for anyone who RSVPs in advance via Facebook, $12 otherwise night of at the door.

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to suck!

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with Prof. Blaine Allan
“The Best Movie Ever Made (is only 7 minutes long)”
Blaine Allan is a Professor in the Department of Film and Media, and has been for many years. He’s written extensively on Canadian film and television, filmmaker Nicholas Ray, and Beat Generation-related film and culture, but this session isn’t about any of those things.
Monday Jan 28th at 7pm
FREE TO ALL