Wanna show someone else how to knit?
Come out and see what it is all about.
Get together for a couple hours with like minded people (gender inclusive) to knit, share knowledge and talk drop-in style.
Who: beginner & experience knitters
When: Mondays, 7:00-8:30 pm
Where: Taghum Hall
How much: $2
More Info: (778) 463-1114 or email@example.com
WOMEN’S PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP SERIES
The Women’s Personal Development Workshop Series is back at the Taghum Hall! Explore Empowering Thinking, How to Break Unhealthy Behavior Patterns, Creating a Personal Vision, and much more. This six-week series will run on Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:30pm, beginning September 27, 2017 and ending on November 1, 2017. There will be a combination of teachings, group sharing, and personal exploration. This series offers inspiration, motivation, and support to help participants move forward in whatever journey they’re on.
Here’s what participants in the past had to say about their experience:
” I loved it. Absolutely loved it!”
” Well thought out presentations and discussions. It was interesting content that was easy to understand”
“ I really enjoyed the six-week course. I looked forward to it every week. It was very insightful and gave me many tools to utilize in my life.”
“I liked the ways in which we felt connected as strangers from very different lives.”
The cost for this series is $175 and can be paid by etransfer.
Space will be limited so register early to ensure a spot.
To register or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jen at 250 509 3433.
Monday Bridge has started! Last week we had a table of eucre players; Scrabble, bridge, eucre, whist… all options are open! See you all there at this twoonie drop-in event at Taghum Hall from 1:00 – 3:30 (or so).
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
Watch this spectacular presentation of images from the Hubble Spacetelescope. Wayne Holmes will walk you through many amazing facts. After the show, Starry Nights will occur outside in it’s usual fashion that is a Taghum Hall staple.
For more information, click here.
Wayne Holmes is creating a Starry Night of a different kind. He has adapted his knowledge and presentation to suit school-aged children. All the same magic and all at the same location – Taghum Hall. Pre-register for this opportunity at (250) 354-1586 or email: email@example.com
For more information, please click here.
Remember last year’s festival…the fabulous produce vendors, the amazing product vendors, the hilarity of the pie eating contest? Well, it’s coming back even bigger and better than before. Save the date: October 16, 2016.
For more information, click here.
Coming to us from Sweden, Ali Luthmers grew up in Nelson. She later… She met Johnny Teyssier and they started up…..
For more information about the upcoming concert please click here.
“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.