March 28, 2020 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm – $68 per person includes gst and ALL materials
Join Nicole for an afternoon of creative tradition. Everything you need is included to create your own Easter Egg Masterpiece!
A pysanka (Ukrainian: писанка, plural: pysanky) is a Ukrainian Easter egg, decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist method. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, “to write” or “to inscribe”, as the designs are not painted on, but written (inscribed) with beeswax.
Call 250-787-0993 or stop in at the Gallery to register.
**Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
March 10 to May 12, 2020
Tuesdays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
$165 per person (includes GST & Textbook)
10-week-course limited to 10 participants to allow for individual attention.
Lesson #1 – Overview of Fiction—Understanding today’s fiction, genres analysis, tropes, and participant’s story ideas. Choose your dream and take the plunge.
Lesson #2 – Brainstorming Techniques & Plotting Tools—Choose the right ones for you. Develop your story idea into a solid plan.
Lesson #3 – Building Great Characters—Build characters readers love or love to hate. Populate your story with dynamic characters.
Lesson #4 – Building Your Story Road Map—The hows (events) and whys (motives). Setting yourself up for success.
Lesson #5 – Hook ’em on Page One—Checking under the hood before you start (Hook & Inciting Incident). Catch and keep your reader.
Lesson #6 – Basic Grammar Building Blocks—Mastering the rules for your story roadmap; your licence to write. Fill your writer’s toolbox.
Lesson #7 – Imagery, Depth, and Emotion—Pumping life into your words. Making your readers care.
Lesson #8 – Help, I’m Lost, and What to Do About it—Solutions to rescue your story. Setting your story up for success.
Lesson #9 – Tension, Suspense, Page-Turners and Cliff-Hangers—Techniques to up the stakes in your story. Always leave them wanting more.
Lesson #10 – The Redirect—What to Do When Your Character’s Take Over. Stay true to you plan and welcome inspiration.
Bonus – The course ends with a one-on-one personal consult with Ronnie and a first chapter or short story edit.
This comprehensive workshop includes a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and everything you need to write that story you’ve always dreamed of. Bring a notebook and your enthusiasm to Ronnie Robert’s ten-week Fiction Writing Boot Camp, have some fun, connect with other local writers and hopefuls, and lay your best foundation for success as a fiction writer.
To Register please visit the North Peace Cultural Centre Box Office, Call Peace Gallery North at (250)787-0993 or Register Now on-line!
Saturday, March 7 & 14, 2020 – 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
$55. 00 per person includes ALL materials and GST.
This two session workshop will have your whipping through the stitches of basic crochet. We will have everything you need for your first project – from start to finish!
Call the Gallery (250)787-0993 or stop by to register (Warning: could cause a lifetime habit of stitching)
Wednesday, March 4th
Doors open at 6:15
Event starts at 7:30 All Seats $67.75 He is known from coast to coast for his acerbic wit and wry humour on the topics of the day.
Rex Murphy has one of Canada’s most distinctive voices of commentary, both for its folksy Newfoundland tone and its typically Canadian flexibility. Like the nation itself, one could argue, Murphy can identify with the dirty hands of hard work and the white collars of policy. As a columnist, in the broadcast and written forms alike, he has made a career out of finding the pulse-points of Canada.
Join Rex Murphy, CBC and National Post commentator for an evening of insight and incomparable wit will keep you laughing and nodding as he offers his tales with a special focus on the energy sector, the construction industry, and the politics of natural resources.
This ICBA event is an excellent opportunity to network with leaders of B.C.’s resource industry.
Doors open at 6:15 Event starts at 7:30
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Vanessa Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.901.0111.