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Worry

With Jason Wong Do we worry too much, do we have a friend, child, or relative who worries too much and needs lots of reassurance? This workshop will explore the ways we can cope or help others to cope with these challenges.     Workshop content includes Identify worry Recognise and categorise our worry Building [...]

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Improving Sleep for Wellness

With Jason Wong The benefits of a good night’s sleep are well known - Improved health, better concentration and memory, more energy, and faster metabolism. This workshop is for anyone who struggles to sleep, maintain sleep, wake up too early or does not sleep.       In this workshop will learn: Nature and stages [...]

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True Colours

With Jason Wong True Colours a fun, informative, communication system that provides an understanding of human behavior and motivation. This interactive workshop introduces you to the True Colours concept and the personality spectrum.   In this workshop, you will explore: An understanding of how our ‘colour’ affects the way we interact with others, Our likes [...]

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Communication Styles

With Jason Wong This workshop will explore the nature of communications, the four communications styles, identify your personal styles, and how this knowledge can be applied in interactions with others.       In this workshop, you will explore: Which style do we usually communicate in? Do we communicate differently with different people and in [...]

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Bus Tour: Inside Britannia Shipyards Tour

  With Valerie Sprott Britannia Shipyards is a National Historic Site. On this tour you will see an authentic representation of once thriving canneries, boat yards, residences and stores. Many of buildings date back to 1885 and tell the stories of a multi-ethnic society.   Date: May 24, 2019 Day: Friday Time: 9:00 a.m. to [...]

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Romantic Britain

With Brian Antonson A travelogue based on the legendary stories we all know and love from Britain. Stories like…… King Arthur, Robin Hood, Sherlock Holmes, and a few others   Date: May 15, 2019 Day: Wednesday Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Sessions: 1 Fee:  $7 Member $10 Non-Member Location: 32444 7th Ave. Mission V2V [...]

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The Age of Fascinators

With Margaret Blackburn During this program you will create a fascinator to take home as we talk about hats through the ages, wardrobe memories  and past fashion fads. What fun! All the tools needed are scissors. All materials are supplied, but please bring decorations and trims to make your fascinator truly unique. If you are unable [...]

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Mental Health Awareness

With Tim Rempel – Centennial Place Manager Mental health concerns us all and impacts one in every five people. We all know a friend, family Member, or acquaintance that struggles with mental health. This workshop will explore the factors impacting mental health and provide participants with an overview of common adult mental health illness and [...]

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Bus Tour: Campbell’s Gold Honey & Meadery plus Phone Museum Tour

With Valerie Sprott The farm is a licensed Meadery (honey winery), producing a variety of honey wines, including ancient mead, melomels (honey/fruit wines), pyment (honey/grape wine) and more. Much of the honey used is produced by our bees. The grapes and most of the fruit and berries, used in the honey wines are produced on [...]

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