Join us this month for some incredible presenter evenings!Jenni Schine & Jennifer MossSonic Sound & Listening Party NEW DATE! Tuesday, August 28. 8:00pm. Kiakum.
A night of intimate sonic experiences. Placed-based storytelling like you've never heard it before, featuring sonic pioneer Hildegard Westerkamp, sound artist Jenni Schine, and freelance audio storyteller Jen Moss. _Kathleen Horne with Tamara Teeter KnappEnriching Life with Expressive ArtsFriday, August 31. 8:00pm. Kiakum.
Join Kathleen & Tamara, for a welcome into the world of Expressive Arts; a combination of guided meditation, art, writing and sharing to help you find your healthier, more creative self. Kathleen is a licensed expressive arts therapist and co-founder of the internationally-renowned, Florida Expressive Arts Institute. _Banafsheh SayyadCircle of Love Wednesday, September 5. 8pm. Hollyhock Lodge.
Experience the beauty of Persian master-dancer & inspiration Banafsheh Sayyad, as she shares her, "Dance of Oneness." It's a night of passionate, Sufi-inspired dance and discussion, and an invitation to learn this form of sensual and fluid meditation. _Dr. Lawrence Cheng & Dr. Maia LoveFuture of Medicine: An Integrated Perspective Thursday, September 13. 8:00pm. Raven.
Learn how the , "Personalized, Predictive, Preventive & Participatory - 4P's," approach is the new reality of medicine, and how it could create a healthier YOU. Dr. Cheng is a co-founder and director of Vancouver's Connect Health Centre for Integrative Medicine. Dr. Love is founder and creator of BraintalksUBC, certified in Mindfulness, Addiction Medicine & Yoga._David McEownWater & Light: Artist's Journey from Antarctica to the North Pole Friday, September 14. 8pm. Hollyhock Lodge.
Watercolourist David McEown presents a digital show merging painting, video and photography inspired from his travels in the Great Bear Rainforest, Africa and beyond. Tales of chance encounters with polar bears, penguins and other animals are interwoven with reflections on the natural world around us, and how to preserve those moments in watercolour. _Janelle Hanchett Creativity in the Mundane Saturday, September 15. 8:00pm. Kiakum.
The Renegade Mothering blogger/ I'm Just Happy to Be Here author shares how she committed to a creative life as a writer, while also raising four children and one husband. Through humorous tales of her own challenges, she explores how we can justify creative work without financial return. How CAN we find a room of our own? _ Would you like to receive notice of our upcoming presenter evenings directly in your inbox?
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