Open Circle – Grow Wild
Thursday 23 February, 7:00 p.m
The Circle Centre, Free Parking
Facilitated by Michelle Kanter,
Executive Director of the Carolinian Canada Coalition
Feelings & Fibres
Finding Our Way Along a Creative Path
4-part Creative Workshop Series:
SATURDAYS – 25 Feb, 4, 11 & 18 March
Time: 9:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.; Location: The Circle Centre
Facilitated by Ardath Finnbogason-Hill
Fibre artist, watercolourist, writer & story teller
Ami McKay to speak of witches, wisdom, and women who dare.
PRESS RELEASE – Although set amid New York’s Gilded-Age of the 1880s, The Witches of New York, could not be more timely. Through the lives of a trio of vivid female characters, McKay is able to explore the topics of women’s rights and women’s wisdom, alongside women’s ongoing struggle for equality on the world stage, a stage upon which women are often not welcome and viewed with suspicion. McKay shares, “The word “witch” continues to be used as a disparaging label, placed upon any woman who dares to be outspoken, live outside the norm, or who strives for a place in society not traditionally held by her gender. (As we’ve seen in dramatic fashion during the recent US election cycle)…READ FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE
Support The Circle through your membership. Join/renew today!
The Circle currently receives no funding from outside sources and depends on the generosity and commitment of our members so we may continue to offer Circle events, programs and resources to the community. Our annual membership fee is $30.00 and free will donations are most welcome!