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How it works — Submit a video or photo(s) of your specific talent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org Talent can be anything! Music, acting, make up, writing, etc. Submissions will be compiled online for voting; click here to vote! The top 3 favourite submissions will win a pre-paid VISA card! Key dates — Submissions: June 15 - June 21
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6:00pm | Mini Donkeys with Dr. Robinson Outside of being a prof in the Animal Biosciences department, Andy along with his wife Chris, breed miniature donkeys on their farm outside Cambridge. In their native Mediterranean region, mini donkeys are efficient draft animals for that arid climate. In North America, they are mostly outdoor pets. For this livestream, Andy will introduce us to his mini donkeys and generally make an ass of himself. 7:00pm | Show & Tell with The Great Orbax TBA.
6:00 - 7:00pm | Emboridery Workshop with Middle Sister Jill of @middlesisterco will be showing you how to do 5 basic embroidery stitches. If you’d like to follow along at home, you will need a needle and thread, an embroidery hoop, and fabric of any kind. If you’d like to learn without materials, please watch along! Jill is a middle sister and multidisciplinary artist who finds inspiration from flora and fauna. Her mediums include embroidery, linocut printmaking, and pottery.
6:00 - 7:00pm | Flow with Yoga Nomads TBA 7:00 - 7:45pm | Unwinding Hour with DJ Berma TBA
6:00 - 6:45pm | All About COVID-19 with Dr. Amy Greer Dr. Amy Greer is an infectious disease epidemiologist and mathematical modeler who holds a Canada Research Chair in Population Disease Modeling at the University of Guelph. Dr Greer has been actively involved in outbreak science, and pandemic preparedness and response activities for more than 10 years both as an academic, and former senior scientist at the Public Health Agency of Canada.