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Join us for the 171st Convocation of Knox College

171st CONVOCATION EVENTS

May 12th & 13th, 2015


Tuesday, May 12
6:15 p.m.
PRINCIPAL’S REUNION DINNER
A dinner to honour the 1975, 1965, 1955 and prior Grads.
By Invitation


Wednesday, May 13
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

PRE-CONVOCATION WORKSHOP
“Truth and Reconciliation: Focusing on the Horizon”

As part of the continuing work of reconciling indigenous and non-indigenous peoples within and through the Christian church in Canada, in this workshop Bishop MacDonald will explore the development of a missiological horizon for the Christian faith in Canada that is informed by the new framings of Christianity being shaped by indigenous people around the world. This is a movement that is full of vitality as it raises questions about mission, power, poverty and culture.

The workshop will be led by the Right Reverend Mark MacDonald
National Indigenous Anglican Bishop

All welcome, registration is requested
Register Online
here
Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

For more information on the Right Reverend Mark MacDonald please see HDD Mark MacDonald


Wednesday, May 13
12:30 p.m.

For reunion year graduates
KEGA REUNION YEAR LUNCHEON
As a guest of the Knox/Ewart Graduate Association, a luncheon for all those celebrating special reunions (1955 and prior, 1965, 1975, 1990 & 2005) and to honour the 2015 Knox Graduates.
By invitation


Wednesday, May 13
7:30 p.m.
171st CONVOCATION
The Knox community celebrates the graduation of its Degree and Lay Education Graduates.
Convocation Address by The Right Reverend Mark MacDonald
“At Minus Fifty Degrees Denominational Differences Melt”

All welcome

Reception to follow at the College


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KNOXFRA Wine Tasting – Thursday, March 12, 2015 7:00pm – 9:30pm

“We are going to taste 6 wines, paired with cheese or food. They are all from North and South America, in honour of the Pan Am Games we are hosting in July. I am going to lead the attendees through a structured tasting, and assess the quality indicators in the wine we taste. I will be impressing on them the different areas we focus on in a tasting, e.g. colour, nose, palate and quality assessment. We are aiming for a lighthearted atmosphere for the most part, so that folks can come together in a casual environment and socialise with past and present residents at Knox, while learning a little bit about some wine and perhaps taste some wine they’ve not tasted before.”

Ted Crysler
Associate of the Institute of Wine and Spirits and a former Knox College resident (K’90-93).

KNOXFRA events are open to all former and current residents of Knox College

Tickets are $30 for former residents and guests
Current Knox residents are $10

purchase your ticket now;

For more information call 416.946.0176 or email elena.livertovsky@utoronto.ca

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