Category: circle dance

Frances and Sandy

Frances and Sandy are trained in Therapeutic Touch (R) through Langara and are members and on the board of directors of the BC Therapeutic

Touch Network Society. BCTTNS    www.bctherapeutictouch.com

They will be offering 15-20 minute sessions from 3 pm on with the last appointment at 4:15pm at the annual women’s gathering in the Meditation Room. There will be a signup sheet on the door for you to book your session.

Frances is 3rd from left and Sandy is on far right in this picture taken on World Circle Dance Day.

Both are active in our circle dance gatherings. Frances frequently choreographs dances and Sandy is a new enthusiastic dancer and looking forward to more dancing in the new year.

Mairy Beam’s play Irreparable Harm? will be at Heart of the City Festival

Mairy invites you to come to the reading of Irreparable Harm? A tale of the Trans Mountain Pipelines Arrests.  It will be at the Carnegie Centre on November 8 (1 month away!) at 3 pm as part of the Heart of the City Festival.  It’s # 12 on the top picks: http://www.heartofthecityfestival.com/#top-picks
Please mark your calendars and spread the word!
There will be a full production next spring, so if you can’t make it on Nov 8, don’t despair!
Here’s more information about Mairy from the latest enewsletter from Playwrights Theatre Centre.

Featured Member

Mairy Beam headshotMairy Beam is a non-binary playwright and director who recently moved to Vancouver, giving her the opportunity to join the land and water protectors who are fighting the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Inspired by the drama in the BC Supreme Court, she has written a documentary theatre piece, Irreparable Harm? A tale of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Arrests. After attending PTC’s Block P workshop, she is producing Irreparable Harm? along with the Sinister Sisters Ensemble. Her recent plays include Body Parts, produced in the New Ideas Festival in Toronto in March 2019; Out and About, produced in 2017 in Vancouver at the 4 x 3 Fest and in Toronto at Gelato Fest; The Next Marywhich was included in PinkFest 2018 in Toronto; and Let Me In, which was read as part of the 2018 Bodacious Series in North Vancouver. She has also directed several plays for Theatre Out of the Box in Toronto.

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Mary Bennett

When I jokingly made a new year’s resolution to become spiritually developed and have matching towels, I had no idea where that would lead. (more…)