Anyway, March is well underway, the snow is starting to melt, and as always, the Red River College Students’ Association has a full slate of activities on tap to help students and staff celebrate spring.
From pub nights and karaoke jams to cultural showcases from around the world, there’s no shortage of seasonal events in store. See below for details, or visit rrcsa.ca for more.
St. Patrick’s Day Pub Night
Tuesday, March 17
Kings Head Pub
Sample from the Kings Head’s extensive selection of draft beer, while enjoying sets by local Celt-rockers Dust Rhinos and Celtic Way.
Entrepreneurship Practicum (EP) Trade Show After Party
Thursday, March 19
The Union Sound Hall (10pm-2am)
Tickets: $5 in advance (The Ox, The Mercantile), $10 at the door
Join RRC’s Business students as they celebrate another year of hard work on their Entrepreneurship Practicum projects.
Friday, March 27
The Cave (6-9pm)
Tickets: Free admission; $5 for three food tickets
Don’t miss the SA’s inaugural Beyond Borders party — a brand new showcase of cultures from around the world. Sample international cuisine while enjoying Folklorama-approved entertainment, including the Marco Castillo Band, Zoloto Ukrainian Dance Company, and the India School of Dance, Music & Theatre.
Thursday, April 2
NDC Library Hallway (11am-4pm)
Last year’s inaugural was one of the most popular events on record, and this year’s version will be even bigger and better. Stop by the Library hallway from 11am-4pm to have your turban tied by members of RRC’s Punjabi/Sikh community, then stick around for free samosas and pop.
Rock the Vote Kegger
Thursday, April 2
The Cave (3-7pm)
Watch as the results of the SA’s 2015 elections are announced in real time, then stick around for live music and an Open Mic/karaoke party.