Upcoming Non-WELU Events

Frances Itani - Kanata on October 4th.

Wednesday, October 4, 2:00 p.m. Beaverbrook Library
Free Admission

For more details visit http://www.cfuwkanata.ca/Frances-Itani/

The Canadian Association for the Club of Rome (CACOR)

Their website is at canadiancor.com/.
There are a number of lectures and events of note over the remainder of the year:

  • September 20 - Cultural Engagement and Climate Change
  • October 18 - Population
  • November 15 - Energy Panel: New Technologies
  • December 6 - Climate Change and Security Threats

NCC

The National Capital Commission offers The Capital Urbanism Lab Lecture Series. Details can be found at http://www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca/about-ncc/urbanism-lab

Friday Luncheon Discussion Club

Weekly half-hour lectures held at the downtown 'Y'. Current membership is all male, but I think they are open-minded about that aspect. For details see
http://fldc.info

Almonte Lectures series

The Almonte Lectures series was the brainchild of a retired Chemistry Professor at Carleton University, Donald Wiles, who has been involved with a successful similar initiative at Carleton University. Don Wiles was also the series' first speaker, in February 2004, presenting his lecture on the Chemistry of Colour.

Find more about this series here https://almontelectures.net/.


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