February 14, 2020
Singing is a great way to express and get all those feelings out there for the world to hear! Being about fun and excitement, don't worry about being good or not. We want to hear you sing along with us with loud merriment!
Fridays, from July 12th 9:30 am - 11:30 am.
Facilitator: Felipe Tawagin. Free Sessions.
Walk at your own pace and explore the surrounding neighborhood.
Fridays, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Facilitator; Deborah Li
Story Telling with Music
This is a five-week class + performance workshop
The object of this course is to share stories and learn storytelling techniques that we can apply, both to the stories that we will perform, as well as enhancing soft skill such as communication and connecting with others that we use in everyday life.
The theme of this class is 'Lessons I have Learned' and the stories you share can be funny, happy, sad and can be any kind of lesson you have learned throughout your life.
Part of this course will be an inter-generational collaboration with students from UBC, who will find music to accompany your story and will play with you live for the final performance
This is a fun workshop and is a very meaningful experience for all involved.
Fridays, January 17th - February 21st 11:30 am-1:30 pm
Free for Members. Registration is through Mariko at 604-684-8171 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Memorial March
From the Women's Memorial March website:
The first women’s memorial march was held in 1992 in response to the murder of a woman on Powell Street in Vancouver. Out of this sense of hopelessness and anger came an annual march on Valentine’s Day to express compassion, community, and caring for all women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Unceded Coast Salish Territories.
The women’s memorial march continues to honour the lives of missing and murdered women and all women’s lives lost in the Downtown Eastside. Increasing deaths of many vulnerable women from the DTES still leaves family, friends, loved ones, and community members with an overwhelming sense of grief and loss. Indigenous women disproportionately continue to go missing or be murdered with minimal to no action to address these tragedies or the systemic nature of gendered violence, poverty, racism, or colonialism.
Ukulele Circle and Singalong
Get together and practice ukulele in a relaxing mood for free. Need to register.
Fridays, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Registration is through Mariko at 604-684-8171 or email@example.com