Bunny Brunch & Egg Hunt
Join us for the 4th annual Bunny Brunch & Egg Hunt
March 24, 2018
10:00 AM Brunch and activities Marquis Hall - U of S
11:30 AM Egg Hunt The Bowl
$20 adults l $10 children (12 and under)
Five reasons to go to this year's Bunny Brunch
Laura McDonald is a busy alumnus who designs cards and art prints along with working full time as an Early Childhood Educator. Always on the lookout for weekend events for her growing family, she attended the U of S Alumni Bunny Brunch in 2016 and now faithfully waits for the event each year. We caught up with Laura to hear why she loves the event so much.
How did you hear about the Bunny Brunch?
I first heard about the Bunny Brunch in 2015 through the monthly alumni email that is sent out through the U of S Alumni Association.
What did your son like best about the event?
My son's favourite part about the event was the egg hunt -- and wading through the puddles thinking that there were eggs in them.
What did you, as a mom, like best about the event?
I liked all of the activities that were available to me and my son -- the balloon guy, the egg hunt, and the art activities table -- and how I was able to sit and enjoy a special breakfast with him.
What makes the day so special?
Being able to watch my son hunt for Easter eggs outside, and explore an area that I had wandered around myself as a university student. It felt good to take him to a place that is special to me.
Why would you recommend the event to your friends?
The Bunny Brunch is a fun way to get out and explore campus, enjoy delicious food, and spend time as a family all for less than the price of a movie.
One Day for Students
Join us to celebrate giving on our campus and in our community.
9am- 1:00 pm U of S tunnel
Visit us in the tunnel to grab a coffee, make a donation, and participate in an art installation showing us how YOU give.
2:30 pm Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
Keynote Speaker – Shaina Lynden (BScKin'05), co-owner of Ryde YXE Cycle studio – This event is free and open to the public.
Give to double your impact – All funds raised will go towards the Nasser Family Emergency Student Trust in support of U of S students, with all donations being matched by the Nasser family.
Winnpeg Alumni event
You and a guest are invited to join University of Saskatchewan alumni for a night of networking and reconnecting, featuring keynote speaker Louise Simbandumwe (BCOMM'91)
March 20, 2018
Museum tour 5:00 pm
Dinner and program 6:30 pm
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Louise Simbandumwe, Co-Director, SEED Winnipeg Inc.
Louise has two decades of experience working on community development initiatives in Winnipeg's inner-city. A former refugee, Louise is passionate about human rights and social justice counting Amnesty International and Girls Action Group among her many volunteer commitments.