Final planning meeting before spring program launch at the library branches. 10am downtown Central Branch
Volunteer orientation for Creative Age events at Museum London Rhino Cafe.
Adventures in Art and Creativity – New Horizons 8 month Project
Participate in this 4 week series and share stories from your own life through improvisation, mime and clown. Be the change, not an observer. In partnership with London Public Library. Registration begins April 12th. Free.
Join local photographer, Chris Baldwin as we discuss how a picture is taken, avoiding common mistakes, printing and framing. Find out about Chris’ popular photo walks and group events in and around the London area. In partnership with Creative Age London. Registration begins April 12th. Free.
Pond Mills Meeting Room A & B
Starting – Tuesday, 02 May 2017 7:00pm-8:00pm
Express your inner primal drummer with Sheila Horrell, whether you are a beginner or more experienced drummer. When we make music in community, everyone benefits and drumming is one of the most fun and easy ways to be creative together. In partnership with Creative Age London. Registration begins April 12th. Free.
This wordsmith’s popular, 2-part workshop returns with interactive tips to guide and inspire your memoir project’s creative process. Honour life’s pivotal people and experiences, keepsakes for you or to gift. Registration begins April 12th. In partnership with Creative Age London. Free.
Art & Craft Show and Sale for artists and artisans 50+ to celebrate Creative Aging Awareness Week and June – Seniors Month. Art and craft will depict a memory or memories of days gone by…..from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Once again, Pauline Duncan-Thrasher is facilitating a full evening of storytelling, culture, craft and food. Explore different cultural traditions, listen to personal stories and creative expressions from our multi-cultural community. In partnership with London Intercommunity Health Network.
Join us in the Wolf Performance Hall for a free Creative Age celebration of music, dance and theatre. Hosted by June Cole. Doors open at 6:40pm. Free to all.