It's a brisk night in October. You are approached by a tank-wearing stranger. They offer you a trip to their cabin, far out in the woods (and, rumour has it, home to a variety of student organizations, services and facilities). Will you accept the offer?
You should! Join SSMU and MCSS on THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 at 9pm in the Centennial Centre Ballroom on the Mac Campus (BUSES PROVIDED) for a spooky night of games, music courtesy of DJs Abu Dubby and Hello Elie, and (line) dancing at the Ceilidh!
PRIZES at the event for Best Costume!
TICKETS ONLINE here: http://www.picatic.com/cabininthewoods
$25 with transportation (+ processing fees)
$17 without transportation (+ processing fees)
***1 free ~beverage~ included with ticket purchase***
SOFT PRETZELS $3
Leaving from Parc Jeanne Mance: starting 9:45 pm
Returning: 12:45 - 2:00 am
*accessible transportation available upon request
Games/ events / clubs: Stay tuned to the FB event for announcements!
McGill Macdonald Campus Centennial Centre
21111 Lakeshore Road
St Anne de Bellevue, QC H9X 3V9
-accessible via main entrance
-elevator access to all floors
-accessible washroom on first floor
Questions about the event? Other Comments/concerns? Email email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop by the SSMU office at 3600 rue McTavish, Suite 1200
**This is an 18+ event**
This event is hosted, funded and promoted by the Student’s Society of McGill University, and follows SSMU’s guidelines of safer spaces. Individuals who arrive in offensive or disrespectful attire will not be allowed to enter, and individuals who partake in offensive or disrespectful behaviour during the event will be asked to leave the premises immediately. If you’re unsure of your choice of costume, or have any questions, please e-mail the SSMU Equity committee at email@example.com, or refer to the SSMU Equity Policy available online.
Here are some guidelines as to what constitutes an offensive/disrespectful costume, and applies to characters” from media, including TV or films. Does your costume:
a. Mock or condescend historically oppressed people and/or cultures?
b. Include painting one’s face to match the skin colour of a specific person/people?
c. Incorporate sanctified objects/clothing of others’ cultures?
d. Caricature oppressive, historical and/or current conditions of marginalized groups or persons in a way that may serve to trivialize them