Canadian happenings in the Bay Area

A newsletter from another Canadian organization in the Bay area.  We thank the Digital Moose Lounge for being supportive of our activities and remembrance events.


Just in time for the weekend!

Friday, Oct 19th – Book launch: Author Paul Myers, One Dumb Guy: Kids in the Hall
Saturday, Oct 20th – Volunteer to help the Royal Canadian Legion Clean Up Liberty Cemetery

Read more below, and watch your inbox for a DML exclusive discount to the award winning musical, Come From Away.

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Thanks!

To our fantastic DML volunteers, performers and our wonderful guests.
To our sponsors: BC Trade, One Capital Management, Univ. of Alberta, McGill.
To Air Canada for the grand prize (2 round trip tickets in North America) and other prize donations that made some folks very happy!

And, thank you to our partner, Berkeley Canadian Studies, for co-hosting the 2nd Annual Canadian Thanksgiving Family Dinner at Berkeley. 
(5% of ticket sales donated to the Alameda Food Bank!)

Photos (by Eric Ananmalay) from the event are now posted
on the Digital Moose Lounge Facebook page.

Thursday, Nov 15th
Just a few DML tickets left
to see the Leafs vs. Sharks!

Plus, get your tickets for Feb 16th when the Canucks play the Sharks!


More upcoming events
in the community…

Friday, Oct 19th

World premiere book launch:  Bay Area Canadian author Paul Myers’ new biography, One Dumb Guy: Kids in the Hall, joined by Dave Foley of Kids In The Hall. Plus, a screening of the 1996 KITH film, Brain Candy.More information>>

Saturday, Oct 20th
Royal Canadian Legion – Volunteer event

Volunteer: Help the Royal Canadian Legion Clean Up Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma!Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma is one of two final resting places of Canadian servicemen and servicewomen in the Bay Area that the Royal Canadian Legion US Branch 25 maintains.

Join members of the Legion and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Arkansas Division for a clean up and some minor repairs in advance of this year’s Remembrance Day service.

More information>>

Monday, Oct 29th

Idea Exchange: UCalgary President Elizabeth Cannon invites alumni, donors and friends to join her for her final official visit to San Francisco to explore how the university and its partners are leading life-saving research by focusing on technology first!Sign-up in advance.

More information>>

Tuesday, November 6th

CELS Meetup: Join CELS members and leadership at a monthly, informal meet-up for Canadian Life Science professionals to network with local colleagues.More information>>

 

Saturday, November 10th

The Royal Canadian Legion’s annual Remembrance Day CeremonyJoin this hour long ceremony starting at 10:30 a.m. at Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma. Please note that the ceremony is the day before Remembrance Day this year, due to the Festival of Remembrance (see below).

You can find out where to get poppies here.

Sunday, November 11th

The Festival of Remembrance: Finally, while not organized by the branch, the Royal Canadian Legion US Zone, Branch #25 always participates in the Festival of Remembrance that is hosted by the Royal British Legion.  This event occurs on the Sunday closest to Remembrance Day at 3:00pm in Grace Cathedral, 1100 California St, San Francisco, CA.

More information>>

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