September 7, 2018

Planting Roots

Event Details

Date & Time:

September 7, 2018
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm


Planting Roots is a welcome event for LGBTTTIQQ and MOGAI communities and allies.

The event includes live entertainment with refreshments and light snacks.

Come out and meet people from the community and get to know McMaster.

Why this event?

Sometimes students in LGBTTTIQQ and MOGAI communities feel isolated or have fewer opportunities to meet and connect with other queer, gender-diverse, and sexually-diverse folks. This event is to facilitate such connections.

The theme of "Planting Roots" was selected for this inaugural meet-and-greet since this is a time when students, staff, and faculty are starting the new school year or turning a new 'leaf' in their academic careers. It's an opportunity to grow as a collective as well as individually.

For accessibility questions please email: gsevent@mcmaster.ca or 905 525 9140 x23437 (Andrea)

What do LGBTTTIQQ and MOGAI stand for?

LGBTTTIQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning) and MOGAI (marginalized orientations, gender identities, and intersex).

Will there be alcohol served at this event?

No. Alcohol will not be served at this event.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

All ages are welcome.

Can I bring my kids? Partner? Spouse? Grandma?

Sure! However please register any guests you plan to bring so that we can have the appropriate amount of food.

What and where is the University Club?
The University Club is a focal point for intellectual, cultural and social interaction on campus for faculty, staff and alumni of McMaster University. It's located in Alumni Memorial Hall - Building #8 on campus map.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Directions and transit options. Parking: Lot H or the Stadium Undergroud are the closest parking lot to the University Club.

Who is organizing this event?
Planting Roots is organized by the School of Graduate Studies and current graduate students.

How can I contact one of the organizers with any questions?
Contact the School of Graduate Studies (Andrea, Correen, or Peter)
Email: gsevent@mcmaster.ca
Phone: 905 525 9140 x 23437 or 23710
In person: School of Graduate Studies located in Gilmour Hall, Room 212