Centennial College Student Association Inc

Engagement Week Guide

Looking for things to do over engagement week or to celebrate the long weekend? Here are a few fun things you can do for $10 or less at Centennial College, within the GTA or at home! This is a limited list compared to the many festivals, college programs and attractions. Enjoy the break and take what you need. For more ways to engage and things to do over the break, visit here

 

*Disclaimer: the events, festivals, attractions, and programs noted below are not sponsored or presented by the Centennial College Student Association Incorporated.  

 

Global Perspectives Digital Badge Program

Global Perspectives Digital Badge Program

Price: FREE
Link: https://bit.ly/3NawCCL 

Our partners GCEI are hosting a Global Perspectives Digital Badge Program! 🌎 This is a FREE program available over Engagement Week! 🤩💰🤩💰

Participants in the program will gain highly marketable skills in:
✅ Global Citizenship
✅ Equity
✅ Social Justice

These are great skills to market over LinkedIn, your resume, portfolio & in an interview. 

 

Visit the Art Gallery of Ontario

Visit the Art Gallery of Ontario

Price: FREE
Link: Book Your Tickets: https://tickets.ago.ca/tickets 

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is an art museum in Toronto, Ontario.  

Visitors to the AGO that are aged 14-25 can sign up for a free AGO Annual Pass and visit the museum for free.  

A longstanding tradition of the AGO is to offer free admission on Wednesdays from 6 pm – 9 pm. Free General Admission tickets can be booked in advance online. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so get your tickets early!

Attend the “Stress and Self Care In Context” Workshop

Attend the “Stress and Self Care In Context” Workshop

Price: Free
Link: https://www.centennialcollege.ca/college-events-2022-2023/stress-and-self-care-in-context/ 

Engagement Week is a great time to practice self-care and self-reflection. Enactus Centennial, Project Reset and the Canadian Mental Health Association present a workshop to explore major stressors and break down how stress can be rooted in socio-economic conditions. You will explore self-care strategies and practices that are appropriate to particular groups and communities. 

 

Take part in Toronto’s Outdoor Picture Show in parks across the city

Take part in Toronto’s Outdoor Picture Show in parks across the city

Price: All events are free to the public
Link: https://www.topictureshow.com/2022

Toronto Outdoor Picture Show presents Curtains Up! from June 23 to August 28, 2022. It’s a festival of performance-themed films that will run for 21 nights. Fort York, Corktown Common, Bell Manor Park, and the Christie Pits Film Festival, which is the festival’s trademark series, are all hosting events. 

This film pays tribute to the vitality of performers and performance in all its varieties, including acting, music, dance, drag, pageants, sport, martial arts, circus performances, and more. 

Attendance at events is first-come, first to get a good spot. All are encouraged to come early, bring their blanket or folding chairs and enjoy some food & treats while the sun sets. Films begin at sundown. 

For more ways to engage and things to do over the break, visit here.

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