The UBC blueberry fest, Aboriginal History Month exhibits, Pride 2015, faculty instructional skills workshop, project recruitment, new websites, family festivals and more! Find out what is happening on and off campus this month!
UBC events (Vancouver campus)
A new website by men and for men focused on health strategies for managing and preventing depression. A partnership between UBCs Men’s Depression and Suicide Network and Movember Canada.
Faculty Instructional Skills Workshop: July 14, 15, 16
A three-day workshop facilitated by CTLT that focuses on enhancing the effectiveness of new and experienced educators.
UBC Blueberry Fest: July 15-17
Join in a celebration of local produce through a series of events and tasting opportunities by UBC Food Services. Located at the Bookstore Plaza.
Aboriginal History Month Exhibit: July-Aug. 26
A new collaborative exhibit at the Irving K Barber Learning Centre to celebrate Aboriginal History Month. The exhibit looks at the history of the Musqueam people and connections to territory, ancestors and belonging.
UBC Farm Markets : runs through October
The UBC Farm Markets at are back for another season. Find fresh and very local produce for purchase, Tuesdays and Saturdays at the UBC Farm, and Wednesdays at the UBC Bookstore.
Indian Summer Festival-Lower Mainland: July 9-19
This festival features top performers, authors, practitioners, chefs and musicians from across the globe. Celebrate ideas and diversity at one of the various 2015 featured events.
Giro di Burnaby: July 16
Giro di Burnaby is a fast paced pro-cycling criterion race. Attend this action packed, spectator friendly bicycle road race in Burnaby Heights.
Fusion Festival-Surrey: July 18, 19
This two-day festival brings together cultural and community groups from around the world. Live entertainment, food pavilions and interactive cultural activities will keep you busy throughout the weekend.
This event will feature an upbeat boot camp and collective yoga class in the park to help support and raise awareness for children’s overall wellbeing, including mental, physical and community health.
Pride 2015 -Vancouver: July 25-Aug 2
Join in one or more of the many events, walks, festivals, shows and parties in celebration and support of LGBTQ2+ neighbours and community members!
Shipyards Night Market-North Vancouver: runs until Sept 25
This free series features markers market, and a variety of local food trucks and live entertainment in the historic Wallace Shipyard.