The University of Lethbridge is a hive of activity. There is always something going on and you can find the information here about special events.
Abbondànza is a marvelous combination of gourmet food, superb entertainment, fine arts, and fun! This annual event raises funds for undergraduate and graduate student scholarships in art, drama, music, and new media.
CURE helps ensure that the world-class research that is conducted at the University of Lethbridge has an opportunity to be utilized by community organizations, government bodies, non-governmental organizations, industry and the general public.
See what is happening on a daily basis at the University of Lethbridge. All departments hosting events will publish them here and give you an email contact for more information.
A full day of workshops in art, music, drama and new media for students in Grades 11 and 12. Come see what Fine Arts has to offer.
Each year the Faculty of Management and its Advisory Board acknowledge the contributions and citizenry of an outstanding member of our community through the Management Scholarship Fundraising Dinner. An honouree is selected in recognition of their leadership, achievement, commitment to the community of Southern Alberta and dedication to the University of Lethbridge.
Through your support of the Dinner, a scholarship fund in the name of the honouree will be established. Proceeds from this fund will be used to provide deserving students with financial support that will assist them in attaining their educational goals through a scholarship(s) awarded annually. To date, more than $1.3 million has been raised for Faculty of Management student scholarships through this event.
Featuring a globally acclaimed speaker and an evening of ethnic food, the International Dinner is held each February and highlights the U of L’s global connections.
Held each spring, Native Awareness Week consists of a series of lectures and workshops that focus on information sharing and the celebration of culture. The week is concluded with a spectacular pow-wow that involves Native singers and dancers from across North America.
Discover all of the programs and opportunities available at the U of L. Choosing the university that is right for you is a big decision. This event will help students get all the answers they need to make an informed choice.
Held on Family Day each February, Play Day is designed to promote opportunities to southern Alberta children and families to play. The themed event draws thousands of people each year for a day of free fun and exploration in the 1st Choice Savings Centre and at the Max Bell Aquatic Centre.
The Pronghorns Scholarship Breakfast raises money for our student athletes, while building community spirit and pride in our athletic programs. The event invites Pronghorn fans to connect with athletes and coaches over breakfast before hearing from a well-known speaker from the world of sports.