Open Performance Stage at Fall Harvest Festival

We have organized a few musical acts to take to the outdoor stage at the Taghum Hall Harvest Festival on October 15, but we have a spot left for you!

Your choice of performance – instrument, voice, hip hop, hula hoop, comedy, whatever … just remember please this is a family event!  15 minute maximum.

You can either contact us at taghumhall@shaw.ca and book a 15 minute spot, or simply show up and sign-up for an available slot.

Tai Chi with Anthony Lee Hem

Thursdays,  1:30 – 2:30, Jan 19 – Mar 9

Taghum Community Hall

$100 for 8 classes              REGISTER: unifiedfields.ca/taiji-registration

Relieve stress, build internal energy and find healing with Tai Chi Sun Style. Developed by Dr. Paul Lam of Australia in conjunction with a team of Tai Chi and medical experts, this short form program has gained immense global popularity and is ideal for beginner and intermediate levels.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR Anthony Lee Hem has been training in Taiji (Tai Chi) since 1995. He has found this art form to be a perfect complement to his 20 years of Martial Arts training. Find out more at www.unifiedfields.ca

“Absolutely a joyful, graceful and engaging emissary of the art and way of being—and one who shares and teaches with great good humor and remarkable patience. Thank you Anthony.” – Jim Sellers and Judy Bader

Creative Spaces Summer Camp for kids near Nelson

“We can’t wait ’til the hall fills up with all that creative energy,” says Cheri Mortenson-Wiebe of Taghum Hall referring to the Creative Spaces Summer Day Camp offered this summer.

For the week of July 11 to 15 from 9am to 4pm, Taghum Hall will be home to up to 20 area kids ages seven and up and four fabulous facilitators:

Andre Van Berlo, guitar wizard/music instructor;

Annie Delorme, face painter/mask maker;

Gavin Holland, master stained glass artist and

Zaynab Mohammed, the busking poet.

These talented professional artists will lead small groups through daily creative adventures themed around the four natural elements of air, water, earth and fire.

“We’ve kept the price affordable for this pilot project,” says Mortenson­Wiebe of the $175 fee for the week’s activities, “but we aim to provide an exciting and fun­filled experience for every child attending.”

Creative Spaces Day Camp is just one of the initiatives of the Taghum Hall Revitalization Project, a WorksBC grant which is determining community needs and trying to meet them with new and exciting programs. The summer day camp came about after a meeting with local parents to determine what kinds of programs they would like to see at the Hall for their children.

Parents and guardians who would like more information on this and other programs offered at the hall, can check the Taghum Hall website at www.taghumhall.ca or call during office hours (10am– 3:30pm Mondays through Thursdays). Cheri will likely be on hand to answer your call!! (778) 463-1114.

For more information please click here.

Drop-In’s Watercolour at Taghum Hall Tuesday 10:30 – 12:30

Do you Watercolour?

Come join us for a few hours once a week and paint! Share your tips and tricks or just enjoy the company. Taghum Hall is the perfect setting for watercolour with the beautiful natural light and gorgeous views outside the hall’s large windows.

We here painting on Tuesday’s until further notice.

10:30 – 12:30pm

Bring your supplies (or use some of the hall’s supplies for a small fee), a lunch and your inspiration.

Drop-in by donation.

Annual Taghum Hall FUNdraising HARVEST FESTIVAL

Join us October 25th 10am – 3pm for our 1st Annual Taghum Hall Fundraising Harvests Festival

This is an opportunity to check out local produce and community vendors.  An event for the family, something for everyone.  We will be hosting pie eating contest, pie judging and auction, and cake walk.

Indoor events for kids of all ages.

Come and enjoy some of Nellie’s Borscht for $5.00, tea and coffee too.

 

See YOU there!