Friday, 31 October 2008

HEADLINES THEATRE INFO

Hi all,

Thought this might be of interest.

> Founded in 1981, Vancouver's Headlines Theatre, directed by David Diamond, uses Theatre for Living, which has evolved from Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed to help living communities tell their stories.
> Headlines Theatre> '> s work is a worldwide leading example of healing art, with projects in collaboration with First Nations and multicultural communities through hundreds of theatre workshops, Power Plays and Forum Theatre events around the world on issues such as violence and suicide prevention, anti-racism workshops, youth empowerment, bullying and community development.
> And don> '> t miss our annual theatre based training workshops! They are attended by people from around the globe who apply Headlines' Theatre for Living techniques to mainstream theatre, interdisciplinary work, personal, environmental action, education, counselling, conflict resolution and mediation training as well as community cultural development (CCD).
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For more information visit: www.headlinestheatre.com.


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Also, please check out the spotllight on mental health website at: www.spotlightonmentalhealth.com for info of interest to consumers, friends and family members.

Volunteer Lantern Making

Volunteer Lantern Making

5:30pm-9:30pm, every Thursday from Nov.13 – Dec. 18 (6 sessions)

False Creek Community Centre, 1318 Cartwright Street, Vancouver

Come help in the workshop and learn new skills for FREE! These lanterns will be used to decorate the indoor venues or be sold to raise funds for the 15th Annual winter Solstice Lantern Festival Sunday December 21, 6:00-10:00pm

Please Pre-register. 604-257-8195

Correction: MDA Education Evening - NOV 20




PLEASE NOTE AND DELETE OUR PREVIOUS EMAIL: THE DATE HAS BEEN CORRECTED.
Education Evening

PSYCHIATRIC CONCERNS IN

PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM

Panel Discussion With

Dr. Deirdre Ryan

BC Women's Hospital

A panel composed of expectant parents and a representative from the Pacific Postpartum Support Society

will join Dr. Deirdre Ryan to discuss the research and your concerns.

Question and answer period to follow.

Thurs, Nov 20, 2008, 7pm

No Charge To Attend

Sunrise Hall, 1950 Windermere St, Vancouver (wheelchair accessible)

For more information view the attached poster, or contact:

Mood Disorders Association of BC - MDA
604-873-0103 www.mdabc.net info@mdabc.net

An MDA Education Evening Event

Please forward this email to anyone you feel would be interested in attending the event,

or print and post the attached poster in an appropriate place to inform others.

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