Sign up for November Events
Below is a list of all October events. Sign up for one or all! 
Zoom links will be shared the week of the event. 

November 2: Right to Love (Part 1) | 6pm-7:30pm

Honest conversations on care, consent, barriers and boundaries through the lens of disability and confronting ablism. Hosted by Heath Birkholz with special guests.

November 10: Passion Session Series #1 | 2:00pm- 3:00pm

Everyone has a passion or talent that they find themselves attracted from time to time. From knitting and video games to podcasting and hot sauce. What if you want to turn your passion into a business? Join Rabia in a series of workshops where we discuss the basics of what goes into starting a business and how you can turn your skills into a source of income.

Workshop 1:  In this introductory workshop we will have an open discussion on what passion or talent can be and share what we are all interested in. From mainstream ideas to rad, out of the box ones – share what makes you, YOU! We will also discuss how to harness our interests and passions into something we are proud of and want to share with the world as well as go over some examples of folks who have turned their passions into a business.

November 15: Your Story, Your Dance Series #1 | 2:00pm-3:00pm

Through these sessions we are looking into discovering your story through dance, and how that tells where you are from, and who you are, and what you love about you! The way each of us express our way of dancing is the exact technique required! Join Your Dance/ Your Story as we explore through using improvisational dance skills in telling our stories together. We will be sharing and experimenting with different forms of dance to tell our stories of how we want to be seen. Each week we will include a different approach to using dance to share our storytelling and unfold our creativity by learning from each other. 

Dancers of all levels and abilities are WELCOME! 

Session #1: Beginning our Stories | November 15, 2022 

We will explore how we can dance together and create our movements as a community. By discovering and learning from one another to begin our story.

Required (your choice): Space to move in with comfortable clothes 

November 16: Open Art Studio #3 | 2:30pm-4:00pm

Drawing faces and portraits can be fun when you let go of self-judgement and free your imagination. Whether you are experienced or a beginner there’s always room to “face” your fears and try creating a portrait. We will randomly assign each participant to another, offering opportunities to make friendly portraits of each other. Self- portraits are also an option too 😃 

Art Supplies Required (your choice):  Paper/canvas/tablet/computer; Pencil/pen/marker/paints, or crayons 

November 22: Navigating the APP Workshop | 10am-11am

Join Rabia from the Gateway to Digital Inclusion APP Team to learn how to navigate our APP. Together, we will explore all the different channels, participate in engaging activities, and meet other community folks!

November 22: Your Story, Your Dance Series #2 | 2:00pm-3:00pm

With our community support, we are going to source movements from the objects and memories that are meaningful to us to add strength to the stories we are creating

Required (your choice): A meaningful object or memory, a space to move in with comfortable clothes

November 29: Your Story, Your Dance Series #3 | 2:00pm-3:00pm

Revisiting the dancing that makes your story joyful and how certain struggles and moments of grief helped you towards that joyfulness. What are the different ways that you can offer to tell your story through your dance?

Required (your choice): Space to move with comfortable clothes.

November 30: Right to Love (Part 2) | 6:00pm-7:30pm

Honest conversations on care, consent, barriers and boundaries through the lens of disability and confronting ablism.  Hosted by Heath Birkholz with special guests.
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