General News · 3rd February 2019
Fran de la Luna
February 8: West Coast archaeology and artifact Show n Tell with archaeologist Brian Hayden.
Bring your artifacts for identification!
Learn more about where you live… now and in the past. Bring your artifacts and he will help you identify them. Share your local artifact stories during our tea session happening after the event.
Folk U: What do you know? Share it! Every Friday at 1:00 at the Linnaea Education Centre. Bring a lunch. Inspiration and treats provided. Get the full schedule, updates, field tripes, & learn more at FolkU.ca. All welcome!
February 15: How to Heal a Broken Heart with folk-musician Andy Vine.
February 22: How to be a Garden Diva 101 w/ Linnaea Master Gardener Adam Schick.
March 1: How to start a business you love with Lovena Harvey founder and CEO of Gathering Place.
March 2: NIEFS Eyes Wide Open workshop on Self Employment
March 8: Wilderness Survival 101: Make a Fire and Filter Water when you have no gear with outdoor survival lover Billie Taylor
March 15: Reiki 101: What is it and how you can make use of its healing powers in your life with Reiki Master Cariona
March 22: Making better use of your e-reader and getting more out of our small library by accessing hidden resources with librarian Matthew James.
March 25 to 29th: Hand work week!!! Everyday. Something beautiful. During this week local artists will teach you how to make something practical. Details forthcoming.
*At Folk University neighbours share their interests and passions with neighbours. Support the series with a $50 class-pass for the year or $5 donation per class. Folk U is brought to you by Cortes Literacy with the generous support of Linnaea Education Centre, Cortes Senior Society, CKTZ, DeCoda, and Cortesians like you.