|Friday Oct. 17th:
The Politics of Time in our Everyday Worlds: Who Controls your Time?
Lecture by Kerry Daly, PhD
University of Guelph
In a culture that exalts speed and efficiency, time has become more precious and as a result, more contentious. What does it means to possess and control time. What are the sources of conflict and competing interests in relation to time and what processes and strategies do we use in our efforts to gain a greater sense of control over time in our lives.
If you would like to attend, please contact Jan Craig of the Wellington-Dufferin
Guelph Public Health Unit at Jan.Craig@wdghu.org.
Monday Oct. 20:
Conversation Café at the Bookshelf on “It’s About Time”
Come on out. You don’t need to read a book or even think of an opening line. No committees will be formed. 7pm in the Bookshelf Greenroom info (519) 829-2727. Read more about conversation cafes at www.conversationcafe.org. Door prize of two tickets to see Lighthouse generously donated by the River Run Centre.
Thursday Oct. 23:
Improvisational comedy workshop on
Tech and Time: the irony, the agony and the comedy of technology
at the University Center, Room 103, from 12:00 until 1:00 p.m.. More information at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday Oct. 24:
Time Out of Time: A Drop-In Meditation Oasis
Take back your time by allowing your soul to be nourished as well as your body during your lunch break. The University Centre chapel (room 533, opposite the Grad Lounge) will be open for meditation from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with guidance available for those who have no experience. Come for an hour, half an hour or whatever you can manage, and enjoy a period of non-doing. There will be meditative music, simple instructions and a calm and beautiful setting.
For more information contact Lucy Reid at email@example.com