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February Events Worth Checking Out

 

February 2-11

University Players presents Les Belles Soeurs

Shows by the University Players never disappoint. Les Belles Soeurs is about “Germaine Lauzon [who] has won a million trading stamps and recruits her sisters, friends and neighbours to help her paste them into books so she can claim her prizes.  As they stick, the women reveal deeply moving truths about their relationships to each other, the men in their lives, their children, their Church, and their society.  Les Belles Soeurs has been called ‘the single most important event in the history of Quebec theatre’ and is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its premiere. It broke ground for giving a voice to Quebec working class women and is still raucous, poignant and incredibly funny.”

Warning: contains strong language.

For more information, you can visit the University Players event page or call (519)253-3000 ext. 2808.

 

February 9

Love (Eventually)

The Windsor Writers Club is here for a night of “baked goods, monologues, music, and dancing!” All of the money from this event goes to the four shows being put on by the Windsor Writers Series this year. Bring a friend, grab a goodie, and listen to amazing local artists.  

 

February 11

Self Care Sundays - Yoga.Meditation.Art.

These three-hour sessions are all about “[rejeuvenating] your mind, body, and spirit with playful and expansive practices.”

February 11

Acro Yoga and Beer at BREW

If the artistic element doesn’t interest you as much, try out acro yoga with beer! Good news is, you don’t need a partner to sign up for this event. Breathe Aerial will be instructing the class and you can sign up through Breathe Pilates and Fitness.

February 14

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Round Dance

If you’re interested in an event that’s more serious in tone, check out the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Round Dance taking place in the CAW Student Centre. This event will be put on by the University of Windsor Native Student Alliance and Windsor Law Indigenous Initiatives and it is “meant to bring bring awareness to the missing and murdered Indigenous women across Turtle Island by honouring them with acknowledgement and a round dance.” You can visit the event page for more details. .

Note: everyone should wear red in show of support.

February 16

Freedom in Exile EP Release

Freedom in Exile is releasing their self-titled EP and they’ll be joined by Part of the Plan and the Feedbacks. If acoustic or jazz events aren’t your style, make sure to check out this rock show and release your inner punk.

 

Take some time for yourself this month, collegiettes, and go to one of these events!

I am one of the Campus Correspondents for Her Campus UWindsor. I am enrolled in English & Creative Writing and Visual Arts. Art, music, and writing are my obsessions! But my heart also belongs to books and big dogs.
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