Month: January 2018

Apple Cider Vinegar and Dandelion Tincture

Join us at Moberly on Sunday, February 4th for a new workshop with Lori Snyder. Come discover how to make your own tinctures using apple cider vinegar and dandelion. Lori Snyder will share the health benefits of tinctures such as aiding digestion and lowering blood pressure, and teach you how to make your own. February 4th, 2018 1:00pm – 3:00pm Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre Register...

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Glow Kids Spring Break Musical Theatre Camp

Are most of your usual Spring break camps full? Fear not, Glow Kids will be offering an annual Spring Break Musical Theatre Camp at Moberly. This year, from March 19 – 29, kids will learn to sing, dance, act, and build costumes/sets through arts and crafts projects. They will also learn how to get ready for auditions and live performances based on beloved musicals, plays, and films. This fun-filled camp will end with a production for parents on the last day of camp. On sunny days, kids will get to practice outside and play outdoors. This is an excellent...

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Community Sewing Project

Want to learn how to sew? Or enhance the sewing skills you already have? Community leader Mohinder Sidhu wants to help you with your sewing projects while bringing the community together to learn this useful skill! Join us on Tuesday mornings at 10am to participate in this community sewing project! Register for free...

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Artists in Communities Meet and Greet

Moberly is pleased to announce Julie Hammond and Matthew Ariaratnam as our Artists in Communities at the Sunset Community Centre. Their project, called Wayfinding // Wandering, will encompass a series of happenings and workshops that will engage our South Vancouver residents. Julie and Matthew will be in the Sunset lobby on Monday, January 15th at 1:30pm to meet you and answer any questions about their residency! You can follow their projects...

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Moberly and Brad Marsden Present: Fire Across the Land

Brad Marsden leads a powerful experiential workshop to help educate service providers of the collective trauma that has impacted Native people throughout Canadian history. After understanding that a collective trauma exists, participants will better understand how feelings such as; fear, shame, anger, and learned helplessness began to infiltrate our communities and led to the disempowering behaviors and social conditions we see today. With this change in perception through the workshop, participants will have a better understanding of why native people see, think, feel, and behave as they do. As a result, service providers will be better prepared to effectively...

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