Check out some rad event listings below!

Monday November 1, 2021


144-146 Barrie Street

QSDP, CUCOH, and QNSA: Indigenous Plant Medicine Workshop

The Queen’s Student Diversity Project, Canadian Undergraduate Conference On Healthcare, and Queen’s Native Students’ Association are collaborating to host an Indigenous Plant Medicine Workshop! This event will be open to all students. Registration required. Note: There is a capacity of 25 students for this event.

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Thursday November 4, 2021

1:00pm – 2:20pm


SNID: Panel on LGBTQI+2 Rights in Namibia

Join Studies in National and International Development for a panel on LGBTQI+2 Rights in Namibia featuring:

  • Philippe Talavera (filmmaker)
  • Dr. Nashilongweshipue Mushaandja (University of Cape Town)
  • Dr. Marc Epprecht (Queen’s University)

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Sunday November 7, 2021


Skeleton Park

AKA and Roots and wings

Beehive Book Launch: The True Cost of Coal

An event for youth, educators, parents, and the progressive community. Join AKA Autonomous Social Centre and Roots and Wings Kingston to welcome the Beehive Collective to Kingston as they tour through with their new book: “The True Cost of Coal”. 

As always with the Beehive Collective, there will be giant, intricately detailed, art murals focused on social, environmental, and economic justice issues that weave peoples’ stories and histories together, pointing a way towards a more sustainable and regenerative future. These murals will be the visual backdrop to vivid storytelling, punctuated with rhyming poetics and acappela hip-hop, engaged discussion, and of course, a read along of the new rhyming narrative and activity book, followed by a Q&A with the creators.

This is a family-friendly, outdoors, all ages event. Dress warmly for the cool fall weather!

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