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Trinity Theatre Summer 2013 Calendar

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Transcript of Trinity Theatre Summer 2013 Calendar

July 2013
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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2
3
4
5
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21
28
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12
28
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5
3
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Wednesday
9
20
Sunday
2
23
17
19
Tuesday
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11
14
1
Monday
Saturday
26
22
18
13
August 2013
27
Friday
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21
Thursday
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7
15
16
29
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31
Fort York
The pursuit of meeting one's needs take place on several fronts
St. Lawrence Market
Parliamentary Museum
Blood Drive
The Fringe-Give Up The Ghost
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Toronto East Downtown
Neighborhood Tour
Ontario Historical Society
Breast Cancer Foundation
Toronto Archives
City Hall
Necropolis Cemetery
Toronto Mounted Unit
Canadian Journalists for
Free Expression
Scott Mission
Schools & Neighborhood Tours
Old City Hall Courts
Evergreen Brick Works
Police Museum
Rouge Valley
Presentations
Spadina House
Canoeing at Harbourfront
Humane Society
Interviews
National Film Board
Toronto Community Foundation
Woodbine Beach
Things look ordinary on the outside but underneath there is a world of wonder.
While you have your youth and your spirit, go for it!
This put my life into perspective because I realized that we have many more resources and facilities than people in that era had.
Seeing people who so wholeheartedly, and humbly donate all of their time and effort towards making our society a better place was truly amazing.
We learned just how interconnected people and the history of the city are.
Ontario Legislative Assembly
Let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic and we'll change the world!
Sometimes we don't realize all the things we take for granted living in Canada.
Going to Marc Garneau and Georges Vanier was amazing!

I enjoyed the hike and seeing how human interventions have actually helped Rouge Park be what it is today
First Day Training
Training Day
Central Technical School
14 Division Tour
Training Day
Training Day
Toronto Star
Interviews
519 Church Street
Training Day
Training Day
Training Day
Holiday
Communications Projects
Communications Projects
Communications Projects
Communications Projects
Communications Projects
Wrap Up Lunch
We Are Here Now!
Home base at Central Tech
This tour showed us that we shouldn't judge a book by it's cover.
It is amazing how the area around the first city hall changed from being surrounded by water to St. Lawrence Market.
People don't realize how much time and effort is put into compiling a newspaper for each and everyday.
Secretly everyone wants credit (E.J. Lennox)
Working at the Brick Works in the past was so hard. Sometimes it's difficult to imagine that a place like Toronto was ever capable of such unfair labor. It really made me realize how fortunate we are now.
The Spadina House was absolutely beautiful and the view on top of the Baldwin steps was incredible.
I'm glad we got the opportunity to interview Rathika Sitsabaiesan (member of the House of Commons of Canada), Matthew Jennings (banker) and Dr. Fatimah Uddin (Regent Park Health Center)
Never knew there were so many types of Documentaries and how interconnected our
needs are.
Thanks to all you guys and girls for making this an amazing summer for Trinity.
The Humane Society was absolutely adorable. If my mom lets me have a pet one day, I'll definitely adopt one from there!
We had to work together as a team to get to the shore faster to escape from the rain.
Hate is the least useful emotion, right beside guilt.
Being able to witness people become comfortable around others and grow as individuals is an unforgettable opportunity.
I can't believe how much I learned about myself this week!

Little talking circles are always a safe place to share personal stories without being scared of judgement

It's better to try and fail than to never know and always wonder.
"Some of us were walking in the summer rain, and some of us were just getting wet." Everyone experiences life differently. Some people really live and take in all of what life has to offer. While others just go day to day, not fully inhaling every situation and end up missing out on a lot.
Saturday
Sunday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Sunday
Sunday
Sunday
Sunday
Sunday
Reflecting on the summer and brainstorming for the projects.
Projects begin!
Our hard working team is all about work, work, work!
Working hard to get everything done by the end of the week.
Wrap up lunch with the students who went camping and finishing up the projects on our last day together.
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