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Students stretching and relaxing in IKBLC
April 1, 2019
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Events: Apr 1 to 7

Find your groove this month with hands-on events including de-stressing activities, kombucha making, and plant potting.

Find Your Study Groove

Why you should go

Exams aren’t so scary when you have snacks, study kits, and crafts.


Stressed about exams? Take advantage of some of these events hosted by Student Services, including colouring at IKBLC, free study kits from the Wellness Centre, and snacks and crafts at the Life Building.

  • When: Mon, Apr 1 – Fri, Apr 5
  • Price: Free
  • Where: Various locations

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The Phil Lind Initiative Presents: Bill McKibben

Why you should go

McKibben has lectured on every continent (including Antarctica) about climate change.


Join this Phil Lind Initiative talk by Bill McKibben, noted environmental activist and author of the first book about global warming,1989’s The End of Nature. As part of the “America and the Climate Crisis” series, he will speak about the ever-growing environmental challenges that we face. Learn more.

  • When: Tue, Apr 2 | 6:00 – 7:30 pm
  • Price: Free
  • Where: Telus Studio, Chan Centre

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Pot a Plant

Why you should go

Plant your choice of flower or herbal seeds!


Drop in to this event and decorate your metal can or plastic bottle before planting your choice of flower or herb. All materials will be provided and metal cans will be available for purchase for $1 each.

  • When: Thu, Apr 4 | 3:00 – 5:00 pm
  • Price: Free
  • Where: Rooftop Patio, AMS Student Nest

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Kombucha Making

Why you should go

Learn to make the drink everyone talks about!


At this hand-on, informative workshop, participants will get the chance to learn how to make kombucha, a refreshing fermented tea. This beginner class will include learning to add flavours as well as a kombucha tasting session. More info.

  • When: Fri, Apr 5 | 6:00 – 8:00 pm
  • Price: $34
  • Where: UBC Farm