February 1-7, 2017
EDSNA is proud to partner with a number of community organizations in Calgary to host Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Details are being confirmed and will be added to this page as soon as possible.
EDSNA thanks the following community partners for their support and participation in EDAW Calgary. Together, we make a difference!
WHAT AN EXCITING WEEK OF EVENTS IN CALGARY!!
Tues Jan 31 Eating Disorders, Body Image, & Youth Workshop
YMCA Wellness Centre, South Health Campus. YMCA Wellness Centre 4448 Front St. SE 6:30 -8 PM
Tues, Jan 31 Smash_ED, a bathroom scale smashing event
Mount Royal University, Main Street 12:30-3:30 PM
Wed Feb 1 Kick Off and Smash_ED, Bathroom scale smashing event
City Hall, 800 MacLeod Trail S 12 -1 PM
Lighting the Calgary Tower, Langevin Bridge and other Calgary landmarks in purple (evening)
Thurs Feb 2 Paint_ED, Interactive painting workshop
Raw Canvas 100-1130 Kensington Road 7-9 PM
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register (Cost $25; limited seating)
Fri Feb 3 Vertigo Theatre production of “MESS” followed by Smash_ED, a bathroom scale smashing event
115 9 Ave SE, Calgary (base of Calgary Tower) 7 PM-9 PM
Tickets available at www.vertigotheatre.com (note: show runs Feb 3-11, see clip below)
Sat Feb 4 Vertigo Theatre production of “MESS” followed by Talk_ED Panel discussion about eating disorders
115 9 Ave SE, Calgary (base of Calgary Tower) 7 –9:30 PM
Tickets available at www.vertigotheatre.com (see clip below)
Sun Feb 5 Calm_ED. Mindful yoga/mindful eating workshop
Yoga Haven 206,Yoga Haven 206, 9919 Fairmount Drive SE
(Pre-register with email@example.com; all donations welcome, $20 suggested)
Tues Feb 7 UnMask_ED, Short documentary Millstone and panel discussion about males with eating disorders
Alberta Children’s Hospital Theatre
4th floor – Kinsman Learning Center – Amphitheatre
2888 Shaganappi Trail NW Calgary, AB, T3B 6A8
Partnering with Vertigo Theatre, EDSNA is proud to host a panel discussion following the powerful and thoughtful production, MESS on February 4th. This one-woman play explores the artist’s recovery from anorexia. Raw, real, funny and responsible, this production was developed through careful collaboration with renowned Eating Disorder Organization, B-EAT in the UK.
“Moving and insightful but also full of humour and warmth.”
To order your tickets, visit: https://tickets.vertigotheatre.com/TheatreManager/1/login&event=540