The UCSA Help team is running the Summer Start-Up event on (Thursday) 23rd February from 10.00am-2.00pm.
This FREE event (held in the Undercroft) is all about getting sorted before Uni gets busy!
There will be a thrift shop (everything is a gold coin donation) and free tables of clothes, household items and children’s items. Also there will be FREE baking, drinks and ice-cream, as well as caps and jandals.
There will also be:
- sewing/mending stations if you need your clothes mended
- Community Energy Action Curtain Bank
- budget advice information and workshops
- Tenancy Protection Association with tenancy advice/information
- spiritual corner for anyone who needs a listening ear
- free hugs
- and more!
In short, lots on offer and plenty of bargains!
This is an all ages, alcohol-free event.
Do you want to be a part of Consortia: The University of Canterbury Chamber Choir 2017?
Directed by Susan Densem, well-known throughout Australasia as a professional singer, choral conductor and voice teacher, Consortia is a choir that is going places. You could even earn points towards your degree for being a part of it! (Check MUSA 190
This is an auditioned choir, open to students and non-students.
Contact for more information or to apply now:email@example.com
Applications due by Wednesday 22 February
We’re currently updating our official webpage. In the meantime, click here to “like” the Consortia Facebook page and stay up-to-date! .
Did you know the Library has an awesome range of movies and documentaries on DVD available to borrow?
Feature movies (Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel), Children’s Movies (WALL-E, The Hobbit), TV Series (Bro-town, Mad Men), NZ Classics and classics in the making (Magik + Rose, The Dark Horse), documentaries (Exit through the Gift Shop, Grey Gardens) and much more.
Have a search on our website (you can browse by genre) or come and browse the shelves in the library (the biggest collection is on Level 2 of the Central Library, with more collections in the Education, EPS and MacMillan Brown Libraries).
Then mute the phones, make popcorn, sit back and relax