2002

  • Entrepreneurship 101 Aims To Break Down Barriers To Business Education

    Building business knowledge and helping participants turn business ideas into new venture realties are the key goals of a new educational program launched this fall. The program has been designed through a partnership consisting of the UBC Learning Exchange, UBC Commerce and members of the Downtown Eastside community. Appropriately named Entrepreneurship 101, sponsored by HSBC […]
  • The Song Circle & Friends Presents a Vocal and Instrumental Music Concert

    Please join us at the St. James Church for a wonderful evening of vocal, string and piano music presented by students of the UBC Music School and the dynamic group The Song Circle. Hosted by the Learning Exchange’s music director and pianist, Karen Lee-Morlang, the concert will feature favorite excerpts as well as music inspired […]
  • I Love the DTES October 2002 Concerts

    On October 19th , the cast of the I Love the Downtown Eastside show, most of whom live in and around the Downtown Eastside, performed in the theatre at UBC Robson Square in front of 120 members of the public. The show included original songs, poems, stand-up comedy, and testimonials written by the cast, as […]
  • Learning Exchange celebrates second birthday with Open House

    YOU ARE INVITED! To The UBC Learning Exchange Second Birthday Celebration! Where: 121 Main Street Between Powell And Alexander When: Friday, November 8, 2002 Drop in anytime between 2:00 Pm To 5:00 Pm There Will Be Food, Entertainment, Music, Door Prizes And Of Course Birthday Cake!
  • FIX: The Story of an Addicted City

    This documentary movie tells the story of the city’s adoption of its four pillar drug policy approach and the struggle of drug users in the DTES to have their voices heard. It is playing at the: Granville 7 Cinemas, 855 Granville. Show times are 7:00 and 9:30 daily plus 4:00 matinees on Saturday and Sunday. […]
  • “Scratch Beneath the Surface: Learning through Community Engagement”

    Join students, faculty, and staff involved in the Learning Exchange Trek Volunteer Program and the Hands-On Science program for a panel, video and discussion about the power of community service. Date: October 28th, 2002 Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Location: Dodson Room, Chapman Learning Commons, Main Library