Community Events – September 8, 2017

Spacious Music at the Atrium

June 25, July 23, Aug. 27, Sept. 24, 5 pm – 6:00 pm

Woodward’s Atrium (351 Abbott Street, Vancouver, BC.)


Inclusion BC to Host Inclusive Orchestra from Korea

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Summary:
Inclusion BC is proud to host String Ensemble Angelorum, an inclusive string orchestra from Korea that is making waves around the world.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to enjoy the spectacular sounds of String Ensemble Angelorum, a string orchestra made up of youth without and with special needs (such as autism and intellectual disabilities).

Concerts will be held in Victoria (September 13 at Alex Goolden Hall) and Richmond (September 9 at Fraserview Church).

Tickets by donation at the door!  For more information contact Karla at 604-777-9100 or kverschoor@inclusionbc.org.

BelowString Ensemble Angelorum has some fun with its rendition of “Gangnam Style.”

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Monday, September 11
Imaginature Artists’ Gathering

Six artists who have participated in the ‘Imaginature’ exhibition at the 5050 Joyce Pop-up Studio will gather at this event to share their visual art. The event will also include a cedar weaving demonstration. The Imaginature exhibition opened on Aug. 15 and will continue until Oct. 7. The artists involved in the exhibition live and work in the Renfrew-Collingwood neighbourhood. The exhibition was made possible by a collaboration between Stillmoon Arts Society and Collingwood Neighbourhood House. Westbank, the owner of the property, is providing this art space as part of a local community engagement initiative with Stillmoon Arts Society. For more information, visit www.stillmoon.org

Time: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Location: 5050 Joyce Pop-up Studio, 5050 Joyce St.
Cost: FREE


15th Annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival

This year’s festival is on Saturday 30 September! You can find out more detailed information about the event by clicking here.  Want to click “attending” to our Facebook event to receive the most updated information? It’s just a click away right here.

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Walk for Reconciliation:

Join the 2017 Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver! The Walk for Reconciliation is a positive movement to build better relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. This bold vision calls on everyone of all ages, all backgrounds, all cultures and all faiths to come together as communities and as individuals.

Now is the time to transform and renew relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. The act of walking and sharing our stories joins us in a commitment to create a new way forward for reconciliation.

Join and support the spirit of ‘Namwayut – We are all one.

Together, let’s walk for reconciliation on September 24, 2017!


Lime Connect

The Lime Network is an exclusive resource for university students, and professionals – including veterans – who happen to have disabilities.

Join us on Thursday, October 19, 2017, for our next recruitment reception in Vancouver! Network with representatives of our corporate partners in Canada – Bell CanadaBMO Financial GroupCanadian Security Intelligence ServiceCIBCIBM Canada, Rogers and TD – and learn more about career and internship opportunities for current students, recent and upcoming graduates, and experienced professionals!

Roles available range from student to Senior Manager level, and include opportunities in finance, marketing and communications, media, wealth management, fraud, technology, operations, intelligence, consulting, sales and more!

Apply by Sunday, October 1st at 11:59pm PST. Join or log into our new platform for The Lime Network to view the roles and apply today!http://bit.ly/2gCeVPa


Camping Fees for Persons with Disabilities

The purpose of this program is to provide support for persons with disabilities who are also receiving income assistance from the authorities identified.

Camping for free – what are the criteria?

If you meet any ONE of the following criteria, your camping party can camp for free. There is also no charge for a second non-recreational vehicle.

http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/fees/disability.html


Collingwood Neighourhood House Community Lunch

Collingwood Neighbourhood House invites you to lunch every Tuesday and Thursday. Full meal prices are $6.25 for adults, $5.00 for seniors, $4.00 for students and $3.25 for children under 12.  Items can be purchased a la carte or “to go”.