Mark your calendars for March 2, 2018 when Waypoint welcomes Royal Canadian Air Farce alum Jessica Holmes as our special guest for the 5th Annual Fundraising Dinner.
Jessica uses her particular blend of humor to share a frank account of how it took years to get diagnosed with depression. Her story, which has a happy ending, relates to anyone who has ever been on a downhill trajectory, whether with health, relationships, or career, who forgot to stop and ask “where am I?”
Get your tickets today, this event sells out quickly http://weblink.donorperfect.com/WaypointGala2018. The Early Bird rate of $160/tickets is available until Feb 1, 2018. After Feb 2, 2018 the price is $175.
SASS JORDAN – RACINE REVISITED
SAT · MARCH 3, 2018
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets $35.00 PLUS HST & FEES
Balcony $40.00 PLUS HST & FEES
Canada’s Queen of Rock, platinum selling, Juno and multiple award winner,Sass Jordan, will be in at Rotary Hall on her ‘Racine Revisited Tour’ to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the release of her 1992 Sophomore album, ‘Racine,’ which made her an international success and produced some of the most memorable songs of the 90’s including: “Make You a Believer”, “I Want to Believe”, “You Don’t Have to Remind Me”, and “Goin’ Back Again”. Racine Revisited, a brand new rendition of the classic album, and is going to be an unforgettable night for Sass Jordan fans. It’s a chance to hear this timeless record performed live in it’s entirety -unlike it has ever been performed before. It’s a show you can’t miss – from a Canadian Legend!
Bring your Nerf Gun and join us for an action-packed game of capture the flag & freeze tag, taking control of the library after hours. We’ll provide the darts & snacks.
Registration & waiver required; space is limited. Visit the main desk to register.
**No modified Nerf equipment
Sean Elliott, Student Recruitment Specialist with Georgian College, will discuss the cost of post-secondary education and the various sources of funding, including financial aid, OSAP, loans, applications and how to navigate what is available.
This hour and a half of free skating is in appreciation of your continued support of our annual Midland and Area Terry Fox Run. In 2017, together we raised over $75,000 for cancer research. Since our first Midland and Area Run in 1983, you have donated almost $2,000,000! We will surpass this significant milestone in 2018 with your help. This tremendous contribution demonstrates why we are recognized as the Heart of Georgian Bay.
Hear from our panel of young professionals and recent post-secondary graduates about their experiences post-graduation. How have the choices they made during their post-secondary years affected their career paths and life journeys? What advice would they give to their younger selves? What advice do they have for the next wave of students entering university/college?