An award-winning documentary re Western Toads was made by Isabelle Groc for the Wilderness Committee and features Summit Lake footage and local biologists Jacob Dulisse and Wayne McCrory. Saturday Jan. 19th 7:00 PM – Silverton Memorial Hall – By donation
Practices for Living Deeply: LETTING GO
Kay Costley-White & Therese DesCamp will lead a variety of practices designed to deepen your experience of i nspired living. Saturday, February 9, 9am to 4pm Sunday, February 10, 9am to noon Knox Hall, New Denver; by donation.
Please bring your own lunch and journal; tea provided.
Chairs available, or bring your own meditation gear. Registration not required.
Questions? Kay at email@example.com; (250) 358-7991
Therese at firstname.lastname@example.org; (250) 358-7904
Partially supported by Turner-Zion Pastoral Charge, United Church of Canada
Western Toad movie in Silverton
This award-winning documentary re Western Toads was made by Isabelle Groc for the Wilderness Committee and features Summit Lake footage and local biologists Jacob Dulisse and Wayne McCrory.
Saturday Jan. 19th 7:00 PM – Silverton Memorial Hall – By donation
History, Mystery and Movement by Neil Dunnigan
The Hidden Garden Gallery invites you to this Food for Thought Presentation Sunday, January 20, 7:30 pm, at Knox Hall in New Denver.
Ever wonder how martial arts evolved and what makes them different?
Come and learn about:
Historical roots of martial art categories and branches
Myths, Folklore and Complete Misinterpretations
Distinction between Martial Arts, Martial Sports and Martial Exercise
About the Presenter:
Sensei Neil Dunnigan. Neil has been studying traditional karate-do for 45 years. He is an internationally certified black belt, holding the rank of Kyoshi Hachidan (8th degree). He studies directly under Sensei Tsutomu Nakahodo in Okinawa, Japan. Sensei Nakahodo was recently declared an Okinawan Cultural Living Treasure.
Admission by donation to benefit the Gallery. www.hiddengardengallery.ca
WHEN? Saturday, January 26, 2019
WHERE? Bosun Hall, New Denver
TIME? 6:30 – 7:30 pm “lesson” (no experience or partner necessary)
7:30 – 9:00 pm “dance”
COST? Admission by donation ($5 – $10)
(to cover rental of the hall)
LIVE MUSIC by ….. ELDORADO HOEDOWN
PLEASE RSVP TO (250) 358-7158 SO WE KNOW THAT WE HAVE ENOUGH PEOPLE TO MAKE UP AT LEAST ONE SQUARE.