Students in plaza

CANCELLED: FROST Campfire Tunes & Taffy

Jan
20
When: Thursday, Jan 20, 2022, 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Attendance: Offline/In-Person
Location: Nanaimo Campus
Building: RBC Plaza - Outside, beside the main bus loop
Vancouver Island University Students' Union
193 - 900 Fifth Street
Nanaimo, BC V9T 2Z8

Add to CalendarCANCELLED: FROST Campfire Tunes & Taffy01/20/2022 05:00 PM01/20/2022 08:00 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverThis event has been cancelled as a precautionary response to the current rise of Covid-19 cases in BC. FROST Campfire Tunes and Taffy is an evening of live acoustic music, a campfire with marshmallows, free hot chocolate, maple taffy on ice, and a food truck. We’ll also have heaters to help keep you warm! Volunteer call-out, sign up to help behind the scenes!: https://viustudentsunion.ivolunteer.com/frost_crew_001 FROST Winter Festival is an annual event series organized to celebrate new and returning students back to campus for the spring semester. VIUSU Director of Events, Devon Stewart, is highlighting his Canadian east coast traditions with a maple theme'd sugar shack series on campus! \n\n\nNanaimo Campus Building RBC Plaza - Outside, beside the main bus loop \nVancouver Island University Students' Union\n193 - 900 Fifth Street\nNanaimo BC V9T 2Z8\n\nhttps://events.viu.ca/cancelled-frost-campfire-tunes-taffyNanaimo Campus Building RBC Plaza - Outside, beside the main bus loop falseaYqCFcQpUzxLBYhTummH26494

This event has been cancelled as a precautionary response to the current rise of Covid-19 cases in BC.

FROST Campfire Tunes and Taffy is an evening of live acoustic music, a campfire with marshmallows, free hot chocolate, maple taffy on ice, and a food truck. We’ll also have heaters to help keep you warm!

Volunteer call-out, sign up to help behind the scenes!: https://viustudentsunion.ivolunteer.com/frost_crew_001

FROST Winter Festival is an annual event series organized to celebrate new and returning students back to campus for the spring semester. VIUSU Director of Events, Devon Stewart, is highlighting his Canadian east coast traditions with a maple theme'd sugar shack series on campus!