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General News · 29th April 2019
Manda Aufochs Gillespie
This Friday at Folk U.... a very special session "Professional Development for the Rest of Us: What to do when reading, writing, or math aren't fun?"

Do you or anyone know know, parent, teach, or work with sometimes feel that learning just isn't that fun? Is it a learning disability/difference or is it the way you've been learning?

Sue Hall, author of Fish Don't Climb Trees, will do a talk and hands-on workshop on how to reframe and teach so that our learning differences can become our gifts.

1 to 2:30 Talk
3 to 4:30 Workshop

Free.. At Linnaea Sunshine Room.

Childcare available by arrangement (thanks to Cortes Family Support) call 8558 or email cortesfscgmail.com. By donation.

Visit folku.ca for more information.

Upcoming events

May 10th: Gender, Pronouns, and Self Identification with Tamias and Sadie: Come join the conversation about the changing nature of gender identity. Everyone is welcome to listen, learn, ask questions, and explore our own identities

May 17th: Reading between the Headlines with Rex Weyler. Feel like you aren’t getting the whole story when you open the paper or turn on the news? Learn how to get closer to the truth.

May 24th: Drug Literacy —way beyond Nancy Reagan’s Just Say No—with paramedic and first responder Martin Metz.

May 31: Gardening 102: Everything you need to know to get your garden through the summer season with Adam Schick.

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.