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In September 2018


Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 6:30pm -9:00pm (registration 6:00pm)
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT BOOK PUBLISHING AND WHAT IT TAKES TO CREATE A GREAT BOOK WITH CRAIG SHEMILT (INTRODUCTION BY JUNIE SWADRON – BEYOND WRITER’S BLOCK)

Craig Shemilt will be giving an educational and informative presentation on what it takes to produce an excellent book and marketing strategies. Writers and Authors will leave this presentation with a wealth of information!

Topics covered:

  1. The Book market
  2. Traditional Publishing vs. Self Publishing
  3. What costs involved in producing a book
  4. Writing your book
  5. The Difference between Offset and Digital Printing
  6. Designing a great book
  7. Marketing and Materials
  8. 12 things Authors do to Sabotage Their Success
  9. Open Discussion

Craig Shemilt is a Partner in Island Blue Print Companies and Island Blue Book Printing, a family run business that is 106 years old.

For more information: junieswadron.com Submitted by:  Junie Swadron junieswadron@gmail.com  250-813-0183

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Tuesdays, June 26 through September 11, 12:00noon–1:30pm
High Noon Choir with Cathy Baker and Dick Jackson 

We welcome you to the High Noon Choir, a place for singers who are looking for a daytime outlet for their voices through the summer. We invite all who like to sing in harmony to join us for lively and joyous sessions of song. Drop-in admission is on a sliding scale from $10 down to $8 for seniors, students and the unwaged. If finances would be a barrier to singing with us, please reach us to discuss.

Our repertoire is eclectic, including (but not limited to) world music, spirituals, African freedom songs, various rounds and chants, as well as some contemporary music. No previous singing experience is necessary. You do not need to know how to read music, as most of our songs are learned by ear. Our first-ever Summer Season is led by Cathy and Dick, the new directors of the Gettin’ Higher Choir. The High Noon Choir Fall Season will continue with Siobhan Robinsong on September 25.

For more information, contact Cathy Baker at cathy@gettinhigherchoir.ca or 250-857-9984.


Saturday, Sept 22nd 7 pm
Diemm: Ethereal chamber folk that borders on the shamanic.

Crystalline vocals, lyrics like arrows. Layers of harp, acoustic bass and tasty percussion. Singer-Songwriter-Harper-Poet Diemm plays for that one note, that one resonant chord that opens a cascade of ‘yes’ inside you.

Diemm’s Ten Thousand Miracles Album Release Tour is a celebration of Diemm’s debut Chamber Folk album, featuring critically acclaimed folk-roots artist Oliver Swain on acoustic bass, and world percussionist Ben Johnson – who are also featured on the new album. They’re putting on thirteen concerts in churches and halls across Diemm’s home province of BC. The rafters will ring at Church of Truth James Bay Sept 22nd 7pm! Tickets $15 at Niagara Market (James Bay) and Eventbrite.ca OR $18 at the door.

www.diemm.ca  www.facbook.com/diemmmusic www.instagram.com/diemm.mclennan #harpediemm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEDTcL4pxGEnWbWJSYTw5MA
Music: https://diemm.bandcamp.com
Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/diemm-17666256164


Sun, Sept 30th, 7pm-9pm
IGNITE THE HEART LIGHT brought to you by Space for light feat Skyla J

Description 

Experience an evening of learning practical and simple techniques on how to calm the Mind and ignite the Heart.
Using Mantra, Meditation, Visualization and Yogic Techniques you will learn how to quiet obsessive thought patterns, align with your intuition, increase creativity and get to know your true essence on a profound level.

Event Link

https://www.facebook.com/events/2358986444153479/

https://www.facebook.com/SpaceForLight/

Reservations / More Info  skyla.j@gmail.com


In October 2018

 


In November 2018


Saturday, November 18th, 2018. 2:00-5:00pm
Community Grief Ritual, facilitated by Shauna Janz, MA (www.shaunajanz.com)

During this 3-hour experience, we will explore the soulful necessity of being in touch with our pain, whether it be grief for personal loss or the cultural wounding so prevalent in our times (racism, colonialism, environmental destruction etc). Within the ritual container of community, we will tend our grief as a way to fuel our continued vitality. All forms of grief is welcomed here.

The afternoon will consist of Council practice, personal reflection through writing, small group sharing, song, and a collective grief ritual around the community altar. The structure of this offering draws from the wisdom and lessons learned from ritual practitioners Daniel Foor, Francis Weller and Malidoma Some.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2156060524623894/

Cost: $40. A few sliding scale spaces open, please inquire.

To register, please email: shaunajanz@gmail.com
RSVP required as spaces are limited, and confirmed upon receipt of email transfer.


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