Drawing to Learn – TEA: Think, Express, Action
What is your most valuable possession? your memory, of course? Use Drawing to Learn to harness your intuition and memory. The connection with your memory will be made through the mindful use of language, discussion and drawing to tell your story. Through TEA (Think, Express, Action) you will use the drawing tool as a probe to explore your knowing and memory, the unknowing. Drawing To Learn, is used as the thoughtful learning building process not so much as a drawing skill exercise. Participants will have the opportunity to join in the world’s biggest drawing festival, Living Lines.
Graham A. Brown, AOCA
Instructor: Graham Brown
Thu Jul 13-Aug 24 1:45-3:15pm
116133 $42/7 sess
Basement at Barclay Manor
Featured Class: Singing Lessons
Embark on the adventure of learning to sing – or mastering the art of singing. Whether you are a beginner or experienced, young adult or a senior, Marina will help you to develop your voice and build your confidence in these 30-minute private lessons. You will learn proper vocal technique, as well as how to effectively express and communicate through song.
Instructor and students will choose suitable repertoire together, to work within a style the student enjoys.
Instructor: Marina Osmolovska
Wed Jul 12-Aug 16 7:00-9:30pm
116303 $126/6 sess
Meeting Room 3
Featured Class: In Tune with Spirit
IN TUNE WITH SPIRIT is a transformative 5-week self-development program that takes participants into their core essence beneath all their stories, patterns and pre-conditioning. Each session includes 30-minutes each of meditation practice and training, practice of personal transformation techniques, and penetrating self-enquiry. Drop-in $17, space permitting. No Class May 3 & June 14.BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAM: Instant and lasting mastery of stress and anxiety, and cultivation of inner harmony; Living life out of abundance than from scarcity; A powerful shift towards gratitude; Forgiveness and acceptance as an operating principle of life; Elevating the participants to a new level of inner mastery and much more.
Instructor: Sujith Ravindran
Wed Jul 5 6:30-8:00 pm
116461 Free Trial
Wed Jul 12-Aug 16 6:30-8:00 pm
116460 $75/6 sess
Meeting Room 2
Karate – (6-18yrs)
This popular program is ongoing year round and offers children exercise in a disciplined environment. In a structured format, students develop a wide range of skills which will build confidence. Younger children are welcome to join, but parents may wish to discuss this prior to enrolling their child, to determine if martial arts is suitable for their young child. Parents welcome to join with their child and there are family rates.
Instructor: Michael Holmes & Filip Krol
$28/mth or $63/3 mths or $5/drop-in
$10/mo/add’l family member (max 3)
Featured Class: Yin Yoga
Suitable for all levels. Yin Yoga involves a relaxed practice of floor postures that are held for three to five minutes at a time targeting ligaments, joints, and fascia within the body. Students are supported by props to maximize tension release, increasing flexibility and circulation. Drop-in $13, space permitting.
Instructor: Will Blunderfield
NEW DAY & TIME FOR SUMMER
Free Trial Class
Sat Jul 8 2:30-3:30pm
Sat Jul 15-Aug 19 2:30-3:30pm
116794 $65/6 sess
Featured Class: Hawaiian Hula (7-12 yrs)
Learn the basic techniques of Hawaiian and Tahitian dance. Starting with warm-up and floor work, the class then moves into learning choreography routines for the last half of each class. Polynesian dancing is an exciting, and exotic form of dance. Drop-in $15.00, if space permits.
Instructor: Kelsey Rogers
Wed Jul 5-Aug 30 4:15-5:15pm
104982 $69/9 sess
Feature Class: “Try it Out” Open Mic
“Try it Out” Open Mic Nestled deep in the heart of the West End here’s a time to get cozy on a chilly evening and meet your neighbours in a creative environment!The Try It Out Coffeehouse is a free, monthly Open Mic held in the lovely Victorian parlour at Barclay Manor. Sign up is at 7 pm and it is first-come-first-serve. Everyone gets 10 – 15 minutes (approximately three songs) depending on the size of the group. This is a time to share music, stories, poems, comedy, interpretive dance, etc or just listen! Open to all ages and abilities. As a friendly and supportive environment where everyone can “try out” ideas and projects, the Try it Out Open Mic has seen first-time performers as young as five and seasoned performers who are – well – ageless! Lots of laughs, fun and even some inspiring moments. Come to listen or share. FREE!
Host: Barbara Shaw
Thu Jul 20 7:00-9:00pm
Thu Aug 17 7:00-9:00pm
Piano Room at Barclay Manor
Teen Immigrant Buddy Program (13-18 yrs)
Are you a recent new immigrant or refugee youth living in Canada? This program is for you! This Free program is open to all teens going to King George Secondary or living in the West End. The Teen Buddy Program connects new immigrant youth to the West End (Buddies) with peers who are familiar with the city (Hosts). New immigrants have a smoother shift into life in the West End and hosts open their minds to the vibrant cultures which surround them. The program runs Thursday’s during the school year and involves weekly lounge and lunch sessions as well as a variety of activities such as: movies, bowling and other great out trips.
If you are interested in joining or want more information, please contact the Community Youth Worker in the Youth Office at 604.718.6210 for more information.
Thursdays January 19-March 9
Featured Class: Fantastic Acrylics with Jeanne
Learn to use a brush and palette knife to create an abstract piece of art. Learn to mix and use colours effectively and learn about different compositions and styles. Come play with paint and go home with your own piece of art! All materials and use of tools included in the course fee.
Instructor: Jeanne Krabbendam
Wed Jul 12-Aug 2 6:00-9:00pm
116699 $155/4 sess
Arts and Crafts Room