Virtual Creative Arts Retreat Registration
Register for a morning of creative, informative, and delicious events! Please register by September 15.
We will have six sessions, all about 30 minutes in length. Please look over the titles and times for the sessions here, and then proceed to the sign-up pages. You can register for as many as you like. All sessions will be conducted via Zoom. You will receive an email with the Zoom links. All times are Central Standard Time.
9:00 AM - Journaling with Amanda Pugh
This session will explore journaling as therapy, as a creative outlet, as an organizational tool, etc. If you already have a journal, you can bring it to share if you feel comfortable doing so, but there will also be ideas for decorating and setting one up. Amanda will give tips on how to pick out a journal, if you are unsure of what type of journal you would like to use.
Materials needed: A journal, if you'd like to bring one. Paper for taking notes.
9:30 AM - "Hats off to the Ladies" with Sandra Pineault
A review of "The Women's Hour" by Elaine Weiss
It is late July, 1920, and men and women from all over the nation have gathered in Nashville, Tennessee, to help ratify, or defeat, the 19th Amendment giving women across the nation the right to vote. Thirty-five states have already ratified, and Tennessee could provide the necessary thirty-sixth vote to bring passage of it. Meet Carrie Chapman Catt and Sue White as they come together to Nashville to support ratification, and Josephine Pearson who is doing everything in her power to stop it, convinced it will bring the moral ruin of the nation. Learn how bribes, dirty tricks, betrayals, bourbon, bigotry, and the Bible were used to influence the outcome. In six weeks in July and August, the actions of those gathered in the Tennessee capitol and the Hermitage Hotel will change the history of a nation.
Materials needed: None
10:00 AM - “Creative Canva Content Creation & Social Media Tips” with Kristy Sherrod
Tutorial on how to use the content creation site Canva for your own personal use or for your chapter. You’ll also learn some tips on making the most out of social media, blogs, and more!
Materials needed: None required but if you’d like to practice along with the tutorial, have a browser open on your computer to use or have a tablet/phone to download the Canva app.
10:30 AM - "Creating Your Own Bitmoji and Using With Other Applications" with Elaine Vaughan
Want to create a cartoon version (Bitmoji) of yourself? Have some fun
as you use your Bitmoji in text messages, on Social Media sites, classroom
pages, or anywhere else that you so desire. All you need is an iphone and some
type of electronic device such as a laptop or ipad. Want to get started before the Zoom session?
Creating Your Bitmoji:
11:00 AM - "Cooking with Your Instant Pot" with Sherrie Collins
Are you afraid of blowing up your house, so you haven't gotten that Instant Pot out of the box?? Then, get it out and get started using it during this session. We will start with making hard boiled eggs, then I'll show you some easy recipes to try.
Materials: Instant Pot, measuring cup, water, eggs, paper to take notes
11:30 AM - “A Proper Afternoon Tea” with Kristy Sherrod
Afternoon Tea: Join us for an afternoon tea complete with fun and fellowship including recipes, conversations about tea etiquette, and maybe some talk about our favorite British shows like Downton Abbey, The Crown, and evening some older classics like Keeping Up Appearances!
Materials: Tea & your favorite snacks!
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