Around Campus: March 17-23

(Photo Wikimedia Commons)

(Photo Wikimedia Commons)

For the fighting Irish:
This Monday, follow the rainbow to find your pint of gold at the Ram in the Rye. If you think that 11 a.m. is too early to get St. Patrick’s Day started, just remember that it’s always 5 p.m. somewhere. Prizes and giveaways will be handed out throughout the day and a live performance by Don Campbell begins at 3.

For the free-spirited:
Wearing clothes while practicing yoga can be SO annoying, right? For the student-friendly price of $15, female yoga enthusiasts can join in on some clothing optional athleticism on Wednesday at the Glad Day Bookshop off of Yonge and Wellesley streets. For more information click here.

For the digital art junkie:
Support your fellow Rams on March 20 at META 2014, an exhibition of works by Ryerson New Media graduates. Immerse yourself in some interactive artwork at the event’s opening reception from 5-9 p.m. on the 6th floor of the Burroughes Building, 639 Queen West.  For more information on the artists and gallery hours, click here.

For the vintage clothing fanatic:
Do you feel like you’ve won the lottery when you find the perfect old school biker jacket or a good pair of worn-in boots? The Toronto Vintage Clothing show kicks off on March 23 at 10 a.m. Vendors from across eastern Canada will be setting up shop in the North building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. For a discount on the $10 admission price, click here.

For the floral friends:
Sometimes we need to find time in our busy schedules to stop and smell the roses. Canada Blooms is an international flower and garden festival that promotes horticulture (the art of gardening) awareness and design. The show, on now, runs until March 23 at the Direct Energy Centre. Join the 200,000 annual visitors to the show by clicking here for tickets.

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