those lovable Carleton CABS people are at it again. If you’re around Carleton tomorrow (Thursday), come on out to a singularly eco-logical talk, titled “The Environmental Crisis: Spiritual Problems, Spiritual Solutions”, by none other than my very own neighbour, Diana Cartwright, Baha’i delegate to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg (2002), and policy advisor at Environment Canada. The talk will take place at 7:00 PM, Thursday, October 28th, at Room 208 of the Tory Building at Carleton (see map).
If you survive that and you’re still ready for more, then venture over to Saunders Farm on Friday evening, October 28th, for the Ottawa CABS Halloween Party. People will be meeting at 6:00 PM at Room 123 of Simard Hall, Ottawa U, to leave at 6:30 PM SHARP for the farm. Transportation will (of course) be provided from and back to the university. Regular admission to the farm is $17, and everybody is asked to bring an awesome costume – because the best one wins a prize!
And if you happen to survive that and STILL emerge unscathed, then an uber-Halloween Party on Saturday night should finish you off. Our (not) exclusive source says: “Slip on your scariest or most outrageous costume for an evening that promises to be full of fun and frightening times! Dance the night away while our DJ plays your favourite tracks. Admission of $6 will include pizza and soft drinks and there will be a prize for the best costume!” The party starts at 8:00 PM, Saturday, October 29, 2005 at Harmony Gardens, 1777 Montreal Road (see map).
And if you survive that, well, I’m just gonna have to come over and beat you unconscious with a fish.