Monday, Nov. 25, 10:30 a.m.
We’re giving away Scarves for Students
For a second year, hand-made crocheted and knitted scarves donated by crafters from around Lethbridge College will be on display and free for any students who need a little warmth this winter. The Scarves for Students initiative was started last year by Cathy Takeda, Associate Dean of the Centre for Applied Arts and Sciences. The scarves go fast, so please come to Centre Core at 10:30 a.m. so you don’t miss it.
Monday, Nov. 25 through Wednesday, Dec. 18
Food for Fines enters 30th campaign
What started in December 2003 as a way to support the Lethbridge College Students’ Association Food Bank will enter a 30th campaign this fall as the Buchanan Library kicks off Food for Fines. This is an opportunity to make donations to the LCSA Food Bank. Donors with overdue library fines owing may find forgiveness. This year’s campaign theme is SOS: Support our students by stocking our shelves. Food for Fines began as an annual fall event until 2007, when a spring campaign was added to address student need. Incredibly, the same driving force behind Food for Fines has been involved in all 30 campaigns. Cindy Warner says more than 1,160 participants have support campaigns over time, and that includes several groups on campus. Gift cards, cash donations and nonperishable food items are welcome. Your gift makes a difference to our students.
Tuesday, Nov. 26 through Thursday, Nov. 28, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Lunch buffets being served this week
One of Lethbridge’s best-kept secrets for lunch, the Garden Court restaurant, will be serving up lunch buffets this week and six more times in December. Each week has a different theme, promising a lot of great mid-day eating for just $16.75 plus GST. See the Garden Court on Facebook for updates on themes or to reserve for lunch. Or call 403-320-3230.
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Social entrepreneur brings inspiring business message to campus
Lethbridge College’s AgENT (Agriculture Entrepreneur in Residence) program will launch social entrepreneurship initiatives with a guest speaker whose work will inspire others to whom making a positive difference in the community is as important as a profitable bottom line. Mark Brand is a chef and social entrepreneur who has 11 businesses under his belt. He oversees five impact companies under the MB Inc. umbrella. In addition, he is a Stanford fellow, professor of innovation at the University of Southern California, and executive chef for The American Refugee Committee. In 2013, he created The Token Program, an alternative currency to feed people without any exchange of cash. What started in Vancouver has now launched with partners from San Francisco to Nova Scotia. Tickets to see Mark Brand are free and this event is open to students, college employees and community partners. Please register in advance.
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2 to 4 p.m.
It’s a cookie tradition at LC
Members of Lethbridge College’s Information Technology Services team are like helpful elves all year long, working behind the scenes to keep the college community connected, protecting us from cybersecurity threats troubleshooting the myriad of issues that come with this many users on this many devices. And for one afternoon a year, in a tasty holiday tradition, the elves hold a Cookie Fest, inviting the college community to PA2160 for cookies, milk and holiday cheer. It turns out C is for cookie, and computers, and connectivity. Thanks, ITS!
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lift a weight for yourself and for others
The Lethbridge College Students’ Association will hold Muscles for Movember in Centre Core. Students and staff will be invited to bench press weights in support of Movember. A percentage of the weight lifted through the event will be donated to Movember, an organization dedicated to men’s health including prostate and testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. The LCSA will also be promoting information about these important health topics. The association will also be holding a silent auction. Stop by for a photo or video of Muscles for Movember and hear about the LCSA’s ongoing commitment to this cause.
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 28, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
LCSA holds silent auction for Movember
The Lethbridge College Students’ Association will hold a silent auction to raise money for Movember and men’s health issues. Items will be on display in Centre Core. Stop by to make your bid and show your support for the men in your lives.
Wednesday, Nov. 27 and Thursday, Nov. 28, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Not too late to join LC’s blood drive
Lethbridge College’s Be Ready to Save Lives blood drive enters its final week and aims to finish strong. Our Partners for Life, Canadian Blood Services, will be back on campus for two days, offering blood typing, answering questions and encouraging students, staff and visitors alike to join in the lifesaving practice of donating blood. Stop by Centre Core to have your blood donation questions answered. Anyone can join Lethbridge College’s blood drive by registering online with Canadian Blood Services using Partner ID number LETH010182
Thursday, Nov. 28, 6 and 8 p.m.
Rare Thursday night Kodiaks basketball action
Lethbridge College Kodiaks basketball teams have a rare opportunity to play on a Thursday night. Come out to see the Kodiaks taken on the SAIT Trojans. The women’s game begins at 6 p.m. in the Val Matteotti Gymasium. The men’s game follows at 8 p.m. The teams will head to Calgary for a rematch with SAIT Friday. Admission is free to students with their college identification, $10 for adults, $5 for seniors, youth and LC alumni, and $4 to college staff and students with University of Lethbridge ID cards. During the games, the Kodiaks national champion women’s cross country team and individual ACAC champion and national bronze medalist Sophia Nowicki will be celebrated.
Friday, Nov. 29, 6 and 8 p.m.
Kodiaks take on Ambrose in volleyball action
Lethbridge College Kodiaks volleyball takes over Val Matteotti Gymnasium as the Ambrose University Lions visit. The women’s game is at 6 p.m., with the men to follow at 8 p.m. Admission is free to students with their college identification, $10 for adults, $5 for seniors, youth and LC alumni, and $4 to college staff and students with University of Lethbridge ID cards. Not only is this the final chance to see the Kodiaks at home in 2019, but the ACAC champion Kodiaks men’s soccer team and the ACAC bronze medalist women’s soccer teams will be celebrated during the games.