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Athens

Massage Therapy

9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.
Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Το σώμα-αντανάκλαση της ψυχής μας και οι τρόποι χαλαρωσής του. Nα έχετε μαζί σας μαγιό όποιος θέλει και σεντόνι..

Bring one of the following:
energy
organic produce
smile
surprise
tea leaves

About the teacher, Lucyna Falinska

I'm from Poland. I've study massage in Greece in Med Study... the body is the mirror of our psychological situation... we can relax and fix two of them... This I know as massouse and as psychoterapist

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Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Το αϊκίντο είναι ένα σύστημα αυτοάμυνας από την Ιαπωνία και στηρίζεται στη χρήση της δικής μας (εσωτερικής) δύναμης με έξυπνο τρόπο, έτσι ώστε μια αποτελεσματική άμυνα να μη χρειάζεται να στηριχθεί στη μυική δύναμη! Φέρτε μαζί σας άνετα ρούχα γυμναστικής για την προπόνηση, και ελπίζω να μην υπάρχουν σοβαρά προβλήματα υγείας. Το μάθημα αρχίζει με ζέσταμα και ακολουθούν τεχνικές ισορρόπησης και διατάραξης της ισορροπίας, όπως και κάποιες βασικές τεχνικές ξεκλειδώματος/απελευθέρωσης από λαβές και εν γένει δύσκολες καταστάσεις.

Bring one of the following:
βιβλίο (λογοτεχνία, ποίηση – κλασική και σύγχρονη-σε γλώσσες: αγγλική, ελληνική, ολλανδική ή γερμανική)
γραφικό σχεδιασμό διαφημιστικού φυλλαδίου (για το σύλλογο)
διαδώστε σε άλλους (τι μάθατε στο αϊκίντο)
ενθουσιασμό
καλόβουλες ερωτήσεις
μια έκπληξη
φωτογράφηση μαθήματος (στο σύλλογο)
φωτογράφηση των εισαγωγικών μαθημάτων (αϊκίντο στο Trade school Athens)

About the teacher, Vasiliki Kantzara-Koutroutsiou

Η μελέτη του αϊκίντο: άρχισα τη μελέτη πριν από 20 χρόνια στην Ολλανδία. Στην Αθήνα βοήθησα στο ξεκίνημα και αργότερα απετέλεσα συνιδρυτικό μέλος του συλλόγου ‘Aikido School Athens’ στο Μαρούσι το 2005. Λόγω των σπουδών μου στην κοινωνιολογία φαίνεται ίσως παράξενη η ενασχόλησή μου με πολεμικές τέχνες. Το αϊκίντο μού άνοιξε τα μάτια σε σχέση με τις αναρίθμητες δυνατότητες δράσης στον κόσμο συμπεριλαμβανομένης και της αυτό-προστασίας, χωρίς την ανάγκη χρήσης βίας ή να περιμένει κανείς μάταια να αλλάξει η κυβέρνηση. Η διδασκαλία που με ενδιαφέρει προσπαθεί να συνδυάσει και να γεφυρώσει φιλοσοφικές αρχές και πρακτικές πλευρές με τέτοιο τρόπο ώστε να είναι εύκολα κατανοητή από τον καθένα, παιδί ή ενήλικα. Όλα αυτά θέλω να τα μοιραστώ με άλλους ανθρώπους, που ενδιαφέρονται να μάθουν ένα διαφορετικό τρόπο θέασης των πραγμάτων, όπως και του εαυτού τους και της σχέσης του με τον "κόσμο" γύρω του.

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Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Η διατροφή είναι ένα από τα πιο σημαντικά στοιχεία της εγκυμοσύνης και της λωχείας. Θα μιλήσουμε για τα συστατικά εκείνα που χρειάζεται η γυναίκα και το έμβρυο τις περιόδους αυτές, ώστε να έχουμε καλύτερα αποτελέσματα στην ανάπτυξη του εμβρύου και στην υγεία της μητέρας.

Bring one of the following:
Γάλα φρέσκο για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Γιαούρτι για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μήλα για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μπανάνες για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Φρέσκο χυμό για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα

About the teacher, Μαρία Τσαμίση

Η κα Τσαμίση είναι συνταξιούχος μαία, έχοντας μία προϋπηρεσία 40 περίπου χρόνων εργασίας σε δημόσια και ιδιωτικά μαιευτήρια στην Αθήνα, στη Θεσσαλονίκη, στην Καρδίτσα και στην Καστοριά, που είναι και γενέτειρά της. Τα τελευταία 20 χρόνια ασχολήθηκε με τον ανώδυνο φυσιολογικό τοκετό και η ίδια είναι μητέρα τριών παιδιών.

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Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Το αϊκίντο είναι ένα σύστημα αυτοάμυνας από την Ιαπωνία και στηρίζεται στη χρήση της δικής μας (εσωτερικής) δύναμης με έξυπνο τρόπο, έτσι ώστε μια αποτελεσματική άμυνα να μη χρειάζεται να στηριχθεί στη μυική δύναμη! Φέρτε μαζί σας άνετα ρούχα γυμναστικής για την προπόνηση, και ελπίζω να μην υπάρχουν σοβαρά προβλήματα υγείας. Το μάθημα αρχίζει με ζέσταμα και ακολουθούν τεχνικές ισορρόπησης και διατάραξης της ισορροπίας, όπως και κάποιες βασικές τεχνικές ξεκλειδώματος/απελευθέρωσης από λαβές και εν γένει δύσκολες καταστάσεις.

Bring one of the following:
βιβλίο (λογοτεχνία, ποίηση – κλασική και σύγχρονη-σε γλώσσες: αγγλική, ελληνική, ολλανδική ή γερμανική)
γραφικό σχεδιασμό διαφημιστικού φυλλαδίου (για το σύλλογο)
διαδώστε σε άλλους (τι μάθατε στο αϊκίντο)
ενθουσιασμό
καλόβουλες ερωτήσεις
μια έκπληξη
φωτογράφηση μαθήματος (στο σύλλογο)
φωτογράφηση των εισαγωγικών μαθημάτων (αϊκίντο στο Trade school Athens)

About the teacher, Vasiliki Kantzara-Koutroutsiou

Η μελέτη του αϊκίντο: άρχισα τη μελέτη πριν από 20 χρόνια στην Ολλανδία. Στην Αθήνα βοήθησα στο ξεκίνημα και αργότερα απετέλεσα συνιδρυτικό μέλος του συλλόγου ‘Aikido School Athens’ στο Μαρούσι το 2005. Λόγω των σπουδών μου στην κοινωνιολογία φαίνεται ίσως παράξενη η ενασχόλησή μου με πολεμικές τέχνες. Το αϊκίντο μού άνοιξε τα μάτια σε σχέση με τις αναρίθμητες δυνατότητες δράσης στον κόσμο συμπεριλαμβανομένης και της αυτό-προστασίας, χωρίς την ανάγκη χρήσης βίας ή να περιμένει κανείς μάταια να αλλάξει η κυβέρνηση. Η διδασκαλία που με ενδιαφέρει προσπαθεί να συνδυάσει και να γεφυρώσει φιλοσοφικές αρχές και πρακτικές πλευρές με τέτοιο τρόπο ώστε να είναι εύκολα κατανοητή από τον καθένα, παιδί ή ενήλικα. Όλα αυτά θέλω να τα μοιραστώ με άλλους ανθρώπους, που ενδιαφέρονται να μάθουν ένα διαφορετικό τρόπο θέασης των πραγμάτων, όπως και του εαυτού τους και της σχέσης του με τον "κόσμο" γύρω του.

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Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Πότε ξεκινάει ο τοκετός; Ποιά συμπτώματα μας ειδοποιούν ότι είμαστε έτοιμες να γεννήσουμε; Πόσο σημαντικές είναι οι αναπνοές που παίρνουμε σε όλα τα στάδια του τοκετού; Υπάρχει φυσιολογικός/φυσικός ανώδυνος τοκετός; Πώς μπορούμε να μειώσουμε τον πόνο της γέννας;

Bring one of the following:
Γάλα φρέσκο για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Γιαούρτι για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μήλα για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μπανάνες για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Φρέσκο χυμό για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα

About the teacher, Μαρία Τσαμίση

Η κα Τσαμίση είναι συνταξιούχος μαία, έχοντας μία προϋπηρεσία 40 περίπου χρόνων εργασίας σε δημόσια και ιδιωτικά μαιευτήρια στην Αθήνα, στη Θεσσαλονίκη, στην Καρδίτσα και στην Καστοριά, που είναι και γενέτειρά της. Τα τελευταία 20 χρόνια ασχολήθηκε με τον ανώδυνο φυσιολογικό τοκετό και η ίδια είναι μητέρα τριών παιδιών.

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στέγη «Συν Αθηνά»
Αθηνάς, πλατεία Βαρβακείου
Αθήνα

Όλο και περισσότεροι άνθρωποι υιοθετούν την χορτοφαγία σαν τρόπο ζωής. Οι απόψεις είναι πολλές και αντικρουόμενες σχετικά με τις επιπτώσεις στην υγεία μας. Μαζί θα μιλήσουμε για τα είδη χορτοφαγίας, θα συζητήσουμε τα υπέρ και τα κατά και θα μάθουμε τον "υγιεινό τρόπο" να είμαστε χορτοφάγοι. Δεν απευθύνομαι μόνο σε άτομα που ακολουθούν ή θέλουν να ακολουθήσουν την χορτοφαγία, αλλά σε οποιονδήποτε θέλει να μπει λίγο πιο "βαθιά" στην διατροφή και να κατανοήσει πως μπορεί να λειτουργεί το σώμα μας, ανάλογα με το τι τρώμε.

Bring one of the following:
Αφεψήματα
Διάθεση
Έκπληξη
Παλιά βιβλία
Χαμόγελο

About the teacher, Κατερίνα Αγραφιάδου

Είμαι η Κατερίνα, απόφοιτη Τεχνολόγος Τροφίμων και μου αρέσει να μοιράζομαι αυτά που έμαθα και συνεχίζω να μαθαίνω ερευνώντας θέματα που αφορούν τη διατροφή, το σώμα και όχι μόνο!!!

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Ο θηλασμός νεογνού

10:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.
Πολυχώρος Animus Corpus
Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 54
Ιλίσια / Αθήνα

Θέσεις βρέφους για τον θηλασμό. Πλεονεκτήματα και μειονεκτήματα της διατροφής του νεογνού με θηλασμό. Προβλήματα που συνήθως προκύπτουν και πώς μπορεί η μητέρα να τα αντιμετωπίσει.

Bring one of the following:
Γάλα φρέσκο για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Γιαούρτι για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μήλα για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Μπανάνες για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα
Φρέσκο χυμό για τους συμμετέχοντες στο μάθημα

About the teacher, Μαρία Τσαμίση

Η κα Τσαμίση είναι συνταξιούχος μαία, έχοντας μία προϋπηρεσία 40 περίπου χρόνων εργασίας σε δημόσια και ιδιωτικά μαιευτήρια στην Αθήνα, στη Θεσσαλονίκη, στην Καρδίτσα και στην Καστοριά, που είναι και γενέτειρά της. Τα τελευταία 20 χρόνια ασχολήθηκε με τον ανώδυνο φυσιολογικό τοκετό και η ίδια είναι μητέρα τριών παιδιών.

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Bar Harbor Exchange School

Natural Dyeing Workshop

10:00p.m. to 4:00a.m.
Kathryn W. Davis Center
105 Eden st
Bar Harbor

Come learn about plants, and pigments, and how to use them as an alternative to modern synthetic dyes and art materials. In the morning we'll go for a walk and forage for some things. Then, in the afternoon we'll be around Davis Kitchen working on the dyebaths. This will take most all day, but there's a lot of down time in between steps, so you wouldn't necessarily have to be there for the entire day. What colors we get depends on what we find on our walk! If there's time, we'll even make some screen printing ink (made entirely from plants) and print some designs. NOTE: The class time is subject to change. This will be an all-day event, the start time has not yet been determined.

Bring one of the following:
"natural dying" puns
glass jars, both really large and really small
white cotton, hemp, wool or other natural fibers

About the teacher, Lindsay Mercer

I've been studying toxic chemicals in art supplies and safer alternatives. This has led me into the realm of natural dyes and really going back to the basics in terms of art techniques, as a way to reevaluate and understand this problem. I've run a couple other workshops on natural dyeing, but this is proving to be the biggest one so far!

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Chihuahua

Clases de Inglés

2:30a.m. to 5:30a.m.
Clases de Inglés
Calle Pedro de Lille #3723 Fracc. Reforma
Chihuahua

¡Clases de Inglés para todos los niveles! ¿Quieres aprender a hablar, escribir y dominar el inglés? ¿Ya sabes, pero quieres mejorarlo aún más? En la primera sesión se hará una evaluación del nivel de colocación de los estudiantes y así se dividirán las clases en días de la semana dependiendo del nivel.

Bring one of the following:
Croquetas para perro
Despensa (atun, pasta, granola, garbanzos, lentejas, arandanos, almendras, cacahuate, pepitas, amaranto, ajonjoli, frijol, arroz, harina, azucar )
Retaceria de piel, cuero o baqueta en buen estado
Semillas para siembra
Vales de gasolina

About the teacher, Daniella Normand

He impartido clases de inglés desde hace varios años, en Chihuahua en las escuelas: Alfa School, Integra y Multilingual.

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Edinburgh

Why everyone can, and should, teach

10:30a.m. to 12:00p.m.
Royal Dick, Summerhall
Summerhall Place
Edinburgh

Standing up in front of people and ‘teaching’ them can seem incredibly daunting. Do I have anything worth saying? Why are people here? Will I be boring? Will I make sense? Your internal dialogue can range from the existential to the practical and hopefully this class will help us recognise what we can contribute and how we can articulate it. Incredibly daunting things, when done, can become incredibly rewarding.

Bring one of the following:
Chocolate biscuits (especially homemade)
Your promise to bring a friend to the next class
Your promise to contribute to a future class

About the teacher, James Smith

I’ve been teaching at university and in the NGO sector since 1996, despite not being a natural (indeed my 18 year old self would find the idea of my 40 year old self doing so hilarious). What I’ve learnt is a few basic strategies to make lessons interesting, a realisation that we all have stuff to say, and that I’m not 18 years old anymore.

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Hypnotic Writing

10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.
Spoon
6A Nicolson St
Edinburgh

Done well, writing of any kind is a form of hypnosis. Paraphrasing the Oxford English Dictionary, hypnosis is, "The induction of a state of consciousness in which a person ...is highly responsive to suggestion or direction." Why do we write? To suggest something, or encourage action of some kind. So writing is a form of hypnosis (or it should be if it's done well). So how do we do it well? This session will set you down the path toward your own answer to that question.

Bring one of the following:
A little box of mischief.
An open mind.
The biggest, thickest elastic band you can find, buy or steal.
Your promise to bring a friend to the next class.
Your promise to contribute to a future class.

About the teacher, Roy Henderson

As well as being a software consultant, I'm a writer, illustrator, and football obsessive (writing and editing for @RAWKeditor, @blzzrd and @theanfieldwrap). I also dabble in a little creative writing from time to time. I'm @royhendo on Twitter if you're nosey.

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Geneva

l'Espace de Quartier Secheron (basement / sous-sol)
Avenue Blanc 7, basement / sous-sol (Call 078 809 17 58)
Genève

Apprenez comment s'occuper d'un levain, faire du pain (et d'autres choses) avec, tout les trucs et astuces que je connais de mes expériences et échecs. Learn how to take care of a sourdough starter, make bread (and other things) with it, all the tips and tricks that I've learned through my experience and failures.

Bring one of the following:
a surprise
bio whole grain flour
coffee ground for an espresso pot
drawing supplies
fall vegetables

About the teacher, Kate

I bake a lot of bread and engage in other productive activities.

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How much control do we have?

1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m.
l'Espace de Quartier Secheron (1er floor / étage)
Avenue Blanc 7, 1er floor / étage (call 078 809 17 58)
1202 Geneve

This time, we will be exploring how much control we have in our lives. Is there something like free will? What can we control? What not? Is there a controlling entity separate from everything else or is everything made out of one and the same source? We will look into how this impacts our daily lives and how this reflects the society we live in. Also, we open the discussion to any related topics, so feel free to bring your burning questions. We are looking forward to seeing you there, our current and new members. Thank you!

Bring one of the following:
Openess
Openness
Presence

About the teacher, Benjamin

We warm-heartedly invite everyone who is ready to let go of all of our opinions, concepts, conditionings and judgements to together think in openess and peace and explore and create a world that is not based on greed, dependancy, competition, etc., but on freedom, inner and outer peace, joy, sharing and togetherness. In our meetings, we sit down, leave everything we have learnt outside the door and think together about topics that concern us all such as "How can we live a life in true freedom?", "Who are we?", "What is money and how would we want to use it in today's society?", "What is possession?", "Why is there so much war?", "Where is humanity heading?", "Are we in control of life?", "What is the self?" and everything else that concerns us, always starting from a tabula rasa, i.e. as if we created the world anew, from scratch. Most of the times, when attending conferences or lectures, or even when trying to solve problems, people tend to only use opinions and acquired knowledge vs. openly approaching such topics without any past knowledge. Often times, we are not even aware of how our culture, upbringing, friends, teachers, media and society have conditioned our thinking. The objective is to become aware of our thinking patterns, challenge them, and explore solutions for our freedom and the one for society and potentially action those solutions in form of a venture.

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l'Espace de Quartier Secheron (basement / sous-sol)
Avenue Blanc 7, basement / sous-sol (Call 078 809 17 58)
Genève

Last time was a blast! and many people seemed to enjoy my way of teaching. It inspired me to keep on giving classes in crossfit. Students' feedback Crossfit for beginners I "It was a very interesting class with an awesome guy, thanks a lot Marcus, I really enjoyed the class and I think you explained very well!" "The class was excellent. The teacher was well prepared and knew how to teach. The exercise routine was well thought out and he did a great a job motivating us and encouraging us to push our limits. Please request him to do more of these :)" This will be a crash course in Crossfit. Crossfit is a highly efficient program that trains both your strength and your stamina in a short period of time. We will go through basic exercises such as push-ups, v-ups, mountain-climbers, squats, sit-ups and lunges. These exercises might seem too simple but most people do them wrong. Join my class to learn how to do the perfect push-up, having fun at the same time. Program -Warm-up Wrestlers' style! 15 - 20 min -WOD (Work Out of the Day) 20 - 30 min -Swedish Work-out surprise ;) 10-15 min -Stretching 10-15 min

Bring one of the following:
A bag of carrots and 4 large beetroots
A good bottle of Prosecco
About 250 grams of Gruyère
Gluten-free pasta (Can be found at COOP and Migros)
Viande séchée :D 100 g

About the teacher, Marcus Hammar

Hi everyone! My name is Marcus (27 years old) and I have recently moved to Geneva from my home country Sweden and now I am looking for a job as a secondary/upper-secondary-teacher in English and Italian. When I am not applying for jobs (boring!) I enjoy working out, reading, meeting new people and shopping at Aligro. If you sign up for my great class I would just love if you could help me out in findning a job. Ciao! / Marcus

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Université de Genève / Uni Mail - Room M4220
Boulevard du Pont-d'Arve 40, 4th floor (right side from tram stop entrance) (Call 078 721 94 19)
Genève

to do something that you have been pushing … because you don’t know how, when, what, why. We will turn into Charlie’s Angels and kick off your motivation. That’s right! Don’t we all wish we would start doing this (…say sports…) and stop doing that (…you name it…)? And we REALLY want to … but then our daily routine gets in our way? Allow the Angel’s to give you that push it takes to get you going! What this session is about? In 1,5-2hrs you will define what you want to change and start taking actions. Wouldn’t it be great to kick off 2015 by doing things that we have not been able to do in years? So we thought we start now, to actually make it happen.

Bring one of the following:
1 thing that you thought you would do in 2014 but not yet done
1 thing you want to get better at in 2015
Humour
Open mind to learn and share

About the teacher, Deepanjali Sabine and Verena

We are three fun loving women who took action in 2014. We want to show you how small things can make a difference in our life and lead us to success and the thought-to-be-impossible. Sabine – With her calm nature she will make sure you are feeling good while you’re with us. She will get you grounded in the session & debrief you after with easy relaxation exercises. Deepanjali– Her positive attitude, deriving from the mountains Far East is combined with a deep spiritual knowledge; she has inherited from her ancestors. She will teach you how to say no. Verena – Her energetic approach, combined with applied coaching techniques will get you going. She will boost you to take that action.

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Glasgow

Making bath-bomb gifts

10:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.
East End Campus, Glasgow Kelvin College, Room MG20
2 Haghill Road
Glasgow, G31 3SR

Mix up your own fragrant bath bombs - cheap and simple gifts!

Bring one of the following:
A random act of kindness!
Biscuits for the class
Bring along your own essential oils
Coffee
Milk
Scented candles
Tea bags, coffee,

About the teacher, Michelle Kilgraff

Michelle makes soap, bath bombs and other treats. She also breeds and cares for Maine Coon cats with her mum. Dog trainer and groomer.

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Make up and Hair Tips

10:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.
East End Campus, Glasgow Kelvin College, Room MG20
2 Haghill Road
Glasgow, G31 3SR

Make up can be a confidence enhancer.....from hiding a blemish to looking glam! This is a fun informal class intended to give an overview of how to do basic make up techniques like skin prepping to facial contouring! At this class we want people to come forward to be one of our models! We also want this to be a fun mixer, where people share skills and tips! Book now, before it books out!

Bring one of the following:
Cat treats
Facial wipes
Make up recommendations
Recommendations for pubs, gigs and restaurants
Teabags, coffee, sugar, sweetners, milk

About the teacher, Gayle Fitzpatrick

Gayle lives cats, makeup, gigs, food and lovely stationary

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East End Campus, Glasgow Kelvin College, Room MG20
2 Haghill Road
Glasgow, G31 3SR

Tips on positivity Coaching and Mentoring language

Bring one of the following:
tea, coffee, biscuits, Christmas snack recipes, positive quotes on postcards

About the teacher, Andrea Reid

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Unscrooged at Christmas

10:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.
East End Campus, Glasgow Kelvin College, Room MG20
2 Haghill Road
Glasgow, G31 3SR

Unscrooged at Christmas – simple Christmas gift making – enjoy making Christmas gifts with a bowl of stovies, mince pies, hot chocolate and some festive music Bring donations for local food bank in return for class!

Bring one of the following:
donations for food banks, mince pies and choc logs for snacking at class

About the teacher, Andrea Reid

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Rad Storm
6050 Almon Street
Halifax

The concept of 'constructing civilizations' is a means to explore myth making, our humanity and a sense of place within an ecosystem. The workshop will be playful. This 2 hour workshop looks at introductory principals of Ecological Siting and how they relate to intentional and constructive inhabitation... a.k.a. 'good' design. It explores this both at a building and an interpersonal level. As the workshop is fairly condensed it will focus on introducing strategies for identifying and interacting with ecological edges. Examples of dynamic edges in nature will be explored, discussed and designed around (intertidal zone and the edge of a forest). Group and individual exercises will stress the importance of practice. The curriculum is unique in that it must be practiced lightly and curiously to be understood and to be effective.

Bring one of the following:
Beautiful old wooden or metal things
Food (of course (excluding excessive processed sugar)
Hardware, screws, brackets, bolts, etc.
Lighting fixtures that cast interesting shadows (possible old antique metal somethings)
Mirrors
Taller tripod
Tools: roofing square. combination square, jigsaw
Use of a bike trailer (at a future date)
Use of a truck or a trailer (at a future time)

About the teacher, Joshua Collins

Joshua Collins graduated with a Masters of Architecture three years ago and has taken to construction, education and artistic endeavours since graduating. He maintains a special emphasis on light and lightness in his practice.

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One Block Barbershop
2010 Gottingen
Halifax

In this presentation/workshop, we explore the following questions: How does debt and today’s debt-driven capitalism shape or inhibit creativity and the lives and communities of artists, poets, designers, performers and other creative people? How has debt-driven capitalism conscripted or consumed the idea of creativity for its own purposes, spinning dangerous myths of “creative capitalism,” the “creative class,” “creative destruction” and “creative cities”? How can we create new creative forms of solidarity to confront and overcome a system that is constricting our individual and collective futures? How are artists and others confronting and reimagining debt as a radical act of refusal? What might life beyond debt look like and feel like? How can we get there from here?

Bring one of the following:
Beer
Juice
Vegetarian Snacks
Wine

About the teacher, Max Haiven

Max Haiven is a writer, teacher and organizer, and an Assistant Professor in the Division of Art History and Critical Studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Canada. His research focuses on themes including the financialization of society and culture, social movements and the radical imagination, the politics and economics of culture, critical art practices, and social and cultural theory. He writes articles for both academic and general audiences . He is author of the books Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power: Capitalism, Creativity and the Commons (Zed Books, 2014), The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity (with Alex Khasnabish, Zed Books, 2014) and Cultures of Financialization: Fictitious Capital in Popular Culture and Everyday Life (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

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South House
6286 South Street
Halifax

Lacto-fermentation is one of the oldest ways to preserve foods and it can work with a wide variety of vegetables: cabbage, turnip, carrots, onions, zucchini, etc. At this workshop you will slice vegetables, add salt, knead the sauerkraut, and leave with a bottle or two for your winter supply of vitamin C.

Bring one of the following:
Cabbage, turnip or other fall vegetable (again some will be available)
One or two large (quart/litre) jars with lids
Sharp knife or mandolin (some will be available)

About the teacher, Jim Sharpe

Jim is a gardener who always wondered how to store his fall vegetables. After attending Sandor Katz’s fermentation workshop this summer, he started making sauerkraut again and sharing his garden bounty with all who are interested.

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Save the Seeds!

4:00a.m. to 5:00a.m.
Plan B
2180 Gottingen Street
Halifax

A discussion and hands-on seed saving demo. We’ll discuss pollination, isolation requirements and techniques for collecting seeds from a variety of different plants (focusing on edibles). We’ll also cover biennials and their overwintering needs, seed storage and breeding your own varieties. Hands-on threshing and cleaning of beans and brassicas and more. We have co-evolved with seeds for thousands of years, and without them we’re relying on corporate interests for the very basis of our food system. Help keep the seeds in the hands of the people... On that note, there will be free seeds!

Bring one of the following:
- A joke (bad puns if possible)
- Clean wine bottles or beer bottles with resealable lids (bonus points if they still contain wine or beer)
- Glass carboys of any size for brewing
- Large Mason Jars with lids
- Snacks and/or Birthday cake for the group (it’s my birthday!)
-A smile
-Seeds or a recipe with a story behind them

About the teacher, Owen Bridge

Owen Bridge is a farmer and seed saver, who runs Annapolis Seeds in Middleton. Saving seeds since the age of 10, he’s currently growing 2 acres of gardens and maintaining over 300 seed varieties (with lots of help from friends and community). Annapolis Seeds offers locally adapted seeds by mail order and at markets. When not farming or at markets you can find Owen foraging for mushrooms and wild herbs, exploring valley woodlands and waterfalls or playing the mandolin really badly.

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Wild Leek
2156 Windsor Street
Halifax

Learn how to not be afraid of yeast, how bread-baking can soothe your stress and get a beginner's guide to making a basic vegan dough (which can be customized easily for loaves, buns, cinnamon rolls, pizza crust, and a lot more!).

Bring one of the following:
Dried or fresh herbs or flowers of any kind
A surprise
A tasty bread accompaniment - preserves, olive oil, balsamic vinegar for dipping
Vegan sea salt chocolate

About the teacher, Courtney Harris

Courtney is a theatre-making, bread-baking collaborator originally from the Annapolis Valley. She has quickly been immersed in the generous and wholehearted Halifax arts community, and is currently fascinated by storytelling, salted caramel, aromatherapy, the lunar cycle and the ukulele. She has taught 6 and 60-year olds, and everywhere in between, to make homemade bread by hand.

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Herbal Medicine Making 101!

11:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
Sawadee Tea House
1871 Granville St
Halifax

Celebrate Health Sovereignty and heal yourself with your very own medicine! In this workshop we will explore different ways to make potent medicine from back yard weeds and wild-harvested medicinal plant allies. We will explore ethical wild-harvesting techniques, drying and storage, and the various methods of medicinal plant preparation and delivery including teas, oils, and tinctures. This workshop will also feature a hands-on alcohol-based tincture-making demonstration!

Bring one of the following:
large glass bottles with sealable tops (like beer bottles or jars, they must come with tops though)

About the teacher, Megan Tardif-Woolgar

Megan Tardif-Woolgar is a Registered Medical Herbalist with the Canadian Herbalist`s Association of BC. She offers private herbal consultations at her clinic and dispensary on the North Mountain. Megan custom-makes herbal formulas for individuals using organic alcohol-based tinctures. She also custom-makes herbal tea blends, capsules and creams. Herbal medicine can successfully treat most acute and chronic health conditions. MEGAN TARDIF-WOOLGAR, BSC. DIP. PHYT. RHT (CHA OF BC) MEDICAL HERBALIST 1994 Lily Lake Rd. Middleton, NS, B0S 1P0 902-825-2286 902-824-0547

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DIY Dog Nail Trimming

4:00a.m. to 5:00a.m.
Townhouse Backyard
2486 Chebucto Lane
Halifax

Get your dog's nails cut and learn some helpful tips for doing it yourself! There will be discussion of proper tools as well as advice for keeping your dogs happy while they are being groomed! If you have your own pet nail trimmers, feel free to bring them. We will help you cut your own dog's nails if you wish.

Bring one of the following:
A hug
Bowls
Mason jars
Skateboard bearings
Skateboard bushings
Useful things!

About the teacher, Zacc Paul

Zacc is an avid longboarder who has a deep love of dogs and has been working in dog grooming for 1.5 years.

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Indianapolis

Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center
Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center at 727 N. Oriental St
Indianapolis

Are you tired of being the one assigned plates and paper napkins at holiday dinners and parties? In this class you'll learn all the skills you need to work your way up from "just bring ice" to being trusted with a side dish. We'll go step by step through basic recipes which are delicious left plain and then learn to dress them up. You'll learn all the tips and tricks to garner all of those coveted "YOU cooked this?!" comments. Recipes will be vegetarian friendly and we will be using recipes containing dairy, gluten (including white flour), sugar and some processed ingredients, though not necessarily all in the same recipe. If you have any allergies, intolerances or foods that you avoid, please reach out to us before signing up to ensure this class will be beneficial to you. You will leave the class with a booklet containing the basic recipes with lists of ways to fancy them up, PLUS the confidence to rock your next holiday pitch in.

Bring one of the following:
a 6 pack of any local beer
a book that you love with a note why
a surprise from a local Indianapolis business
Blue Buffalo or "I and Love and You" adult cat food
your favorite cooking ingredient (sauces, jams, herbs, aioli, anything you love!)

About the teacher, Darcy Marlett

Darcy is an Indianapolis public relations professional who currently works for the National Chimney Sweep Guild. She honed her cooking skills as a student at IU cooking for (sometimes hungover) friends. Along the way she learned how to create big meals for friends and family even when that group includes one vegan, three who keep kosher, and four voracious bacon eaters. Outside of work and cooking Darcy is an avid volunteer, runner, hiker, and roommate to a 15 lb cat named Bing.

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Learn to Applique!

10:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.
Indy Reads Books
Indy Reads Books at 911 Mass Ave
Indianapolis

In this class you will learn the basics of a hand-sewing technique called needleturn applique. Applique is a means of creating pictures with fabric, and is commonly used in quilts (though its uses extend far beyond them)! You can create any shape or combinations of shapes you like - and, unlike in piecing, curved shapes and layering of shapes are no problem at all. Many people find the hand-stitching of applique to be a soothing, meditative activity. Everyone will leave the class with a completed 8" square with a simple applique on it, and a set of instructions on how to make their applique into a pillow. If you have them, please bring a smaller pair of scissors (thread nippers) and a hand sewing needle or two. This class will work for even those who have never sewn so much as a button before. Sophie will be leading this class with her mother Diane, who loves to make quilts and just about anything else out of fabric! Applique is one of their favorite techniques to use in their quilts, because of its artistic potential, and also the time and love its inclusion in a quilt demonstrates. To be sleeping under a beautiful blanket you know someone who loved you hand stitched is a special feeling!

Bring one of the following:
100% cotton machine quilting thread (not hand quilting, at least 1000 yds please)
100% cotton quilting fabric or cotton flannel for baby blankets to give away (at least 2 yds please)
a spiral bound graph paper notebook for making quilt plans and knitting patterns + a book you love with why you love it written inside
a water and air soluble quilter's pen for making impermanent marks on fabric
heirloom flower or veggie seeds for our gardens
local organic produce or honey
organic dark chocolate bars
organic whole bean coffee to get the creative juices flowing every morning

About the teacher, Sophie Williams

Sophie Faught is a human being who fervently believes in the power and importance of true CRAFTSMANSHIP. The first craft she devoted herself to was the playing of the saxophone. To that end, she has performed jazz music in New York City and other locations around the country and world (not to mention around town here in Indianapolis!), and is eager to help build appreciation for jazz music wherever she goes. More recently, she has become enamored with the crafts of knitting, crocheting, fine tailoring, and garment design. She makes most of her own clothes and wears a custom creation every day! She believes that nearly every facet of life can be enhanced by CRAFTSMANSHIP... cooking, eating, writing, conversing, BEING. Whatever you do, do it with devotion and love and freely share the beauty you create with your fellow human beings!

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Trade School Indianapolis
95 Barter Ave
Indianapolis

*//THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL EVENT, JUST A PLATFORM TO PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT//* Trade School is an all-volunteer effort and will be closing unless we receive your support. After two years of all-volunteer work, we've grown to the point where we have real monetary costs and need extra hands to continue running our school. You will never have to pay money to attend Trade School classes...but we do require support to be able to successfully organize our school. This is a yearly fee & exchange that will support Trade School operations and keep our all-volunteer school open. Please note that this is simply a pledge and you are not paying anything at this time. You can visit our Memberships page above for more information about what each pledging option is.

Bring one of the following:
35 volunteer hours in exchange for a Teaching Fellowship for 2015
40 volunteer hours in exchange for a Student Membership for 2015
a $20 Teacher Fellowship for 2015
a $25 Student Membership for 2015
a $40 Student Membership for 2015 (includes t-shirt)
an amount higher than my pledge because I fully support this mission!
your support in another fashion (have other ideas? choose this one!)

About the teacher, Trade School Indianapolis

Trade School Indianapolis is part of an international collective of alternative, self-organized schools that run on barter. Each school is organized cooperatively by a group of volunteers. The Indianapolis branch launched September of 2012 and in 2014, became a coordinator for Trade School Everywhere, helping new Trade Schools open all over the world! Our mission is to provide non-traditional education focused on mutual aid and respect that makes ideas, skills and resources available to the creative community. We are actively working to create safe spaces for people and ideas, and our organization is always learning and evolving.

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Lille

Médias Sociaux & Nouveaux Usages

4:30a.m. to 6:00a.m.
La Coroutine
8 rue Molière
Lille

Ensemble, approchons ce nouvel "Individu Social", qui avec ses nouveaux outils développe de nouveaux usages, et de nouvelles envies... Nous tenterons de comprendre et mieux appréhender les nouveaux usages qui créent de nouveaux liens et de nouvelles proximités. Comment trouver sa place sur Internet ? Comment tirer le meilleur des réseaux sociaux (Facebook, twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitch...) et y prendre du plaisir ?

Bring one of the following:
Bière

About the teacher, Claire-Marie Mériaux

Nouveaux médias, nouveaux usages, création de liens, retrouver du SenS et développement désirable.

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Los Angeles

Brand Park
1601 W Mountain St
Glendale, CA 91201

This class is for the students that are interested in learning Persian (Farsi) language, and who do not know any, or know very little, Persian (Farsi). Short outline of the class format: Start with introductions, teach essential words like greetings, feelings, family and more. Teach some Persian (Farsi) grammar. Asking questions from students & check pronunciation. Wrap-up and closing questions. ////SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING TO CLASS: Notebooks,pens and pencils. Appropriate clothing for sitting outside as this class will be held OUTDOORS.

Bring one of the following:
apple pie
Bananas + organic red apples
Black chocolate (>60%)
bottle of good red wine
dish soap
ground coffee
organic fruit juice(any)
Organic milk
organic tomatoes

About the teacher, Alen Hartounian

Hello! My name is Alen. I like to teach Persian (Farsi) language conversation to those who like this language. Persian (Farsi) is my native language. I've taught Persian (Farsi) doing tutoring in Los Angeles, at students' place or at public place like Starbucks.

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Chez Arroyo
211 S Ave 57
Los Angeles

This class is a design thinking crash course (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design_thinking) with ideas of social consciousness and gift culture floating just under the surface. Design thinking methodology can be very useful in tackling any problems, formalizing what is essentially a very intuitive approach. We use parts of design thinking in our daily lives all the time. The core of the class will be a slightly modified version of the Gift-Giving Project (more on this @ Institute of Design at Stanford - http://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/), followed by a community leadership building exercise. You will walk away from the class inspired, reminded not to exclude yourself from the community, and having heard that "everything is interconnected" at least a couple of times! ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: If handy (not required): various "craft workshop" materials and tools to share , such as: color paper, tape, glue, stickers, Popsicle sticks, wire, thread, fabric, scissors, markers, etc. ///// Location Accessibility: This classroom is located on the second floor but does not have a ramp or escalator/elevator.

Bring one of the following:
a used book that you've read and would recommend!
surprise me!
a small to medium size (and no more that ~5-7lbs) object that you have sitting at home, not useful to you now, but hesitant to throw away because you think someone else might find it useful
a way to jump-start learning to swim as an adult
ideas for renting a cheap RV, and RV road trip tips

About the teacher, Hayk Makhmuryan

Hayk Makhmuryan is an advocate for building community through arts and creativity, coordinating a community arts studio in the Skid Row community for over 6 years. He is keenly aware of his constant use of the word "community", but is yet to find a better word. We learn best by practicing and sharing the knowledge with others. As he's learning more about design thinking, he'd like to share the ideas with others to better understand it himself (also because the ideas are worth sharing!). A self-described everythingian.

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Making Great Coffee at Home

6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m.
Helio Cafe
710 N Heliotrope Dr,
Los Angeles

Learn how to make great coffee at home. Learn different variables to adjust to improve your daily cup(s). After reviewing the elements that go into making a cup of coffee, we will prepare (and drink!) several cups using a variety of brewing methods and coffee beans.

Bring one of the following:
AA Batteries
Hablamos en Español conmigo por una hora
Handmade bar of soap
Have a work or social meeting at Helio Cafe in November
Lemons
Pound plus of oatmeal, barley, or beans
Red Wine

About the teacher, Molly Ortiz

Molly Ortiz is from the mountains & deserts of Idaho and has lived in Los Angeles since 2008. She smiles a lot.

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Chez Arroyo
211 S Ave 57
Los Angeles

An overview of the basic contracts you will likely come across as an artist or independent business owner. The contract basics: purpose of a contract, elements, enforcement, when you need a lawyer; intellectual property issues; employment contracts; common contract disputes for artists.

Bring one of the following:
bottle of wine
coffee beans
dark chocolate
Great book
organic fruits and/or veggies

About the teacher, Danielle Fredericks

Los Angeles-based attorney Danielle Fredericks has always straddled the divide between art and business. She pursued her joint JD/MBA degree from Loyola Marymount University while performing in local theater productions and performance painting with poets and musicians. Danielle concentrated her legal studies on the protection of independent artists and businesses: intellectual property rights including First Amendment law, copyright, trademark, patent and Internet technology law. ArtVenture Law is the fusion of Danielle’s passion for the arts and social justice, with her legal and business training and experience. She hopes to provide legal services to artists and independent business owners, those who are often unsure of their rights and need attorneys, but do not know how to access the legal system. Danielle believes she can build a bridge between the legal and artistic communities based on the guiding principles that ignite both justice and the creative spirit.

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HoliDIY Watercolor Class

10:00p.m. to 12:00a.m.
At the Teacher's Art Studio in Silverlake
Address will be provided upon registration
Silverlake - Los Angeles

Using nature as our inspiration, we'll have a crafternoon of creating watercolor holiday postcards! Utilizing simple watercolor techniques, we'll create branches and leaves in Fall's natural colors. Later, we'll be able to add hand carved stamps and stencils for a finishing touch! //// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING TO CLASS: water bottle, snacks and a smock /// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by wheelchair & walker, although because it's a very small classroom, please email us ahead of time so that we can ensure that sufficient room is available.

Bring one of the following:
10 Luna/Cliff Bars or Trader Joe's Fruit Leathers
2 Bars of Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap,
any scent Emergen-C or generic brand
Dr. Bronner's Fair Trade & Organic Lavender Coconut Hair Crème - 6 oz.
Watercolor Paper Pad, 140 lb., any size

About the teacher, Sienne Mascarenas Diaz

I am an Illustrator who creates adventure themed, eco-friendly goods and teaches my craft!

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Pop-Hop Books and Print
5002 York Blvd
Los Angeles

Using the idea of design as a way of thinking and problem solving, this workshop will help artists and creative professionals put together materials for job and grant applications. Emphasis will be on using graphic design skills and larger design principles and strategies to effectively communicate the artist’s intentions in portfolios, resumes, artist statements and grant applications. We'll attack the portfolio/application in terms of such design terms as user need, UX, branding, hierarchy and the grid to think about how to put together materials in a way to show off work in the best light. ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Computers with software you are designing application in. InDesign preferred, but the ideas can be applied to any program. ///// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by walker & wheelchair

Bring one of the following:
coconut butter
coconut flakes
half hour massage
organic meat
organic vegetables
plants
written testimonial about the course written after class

About the teacher, Betsy Medvedovsky

Betsy Medvedovsky is an Echo Park-based graphic designer who's applied for a million jobs, residencies and other opportunities, at least some of the time successfully. She never knew how to do a portfolio when she was coming up and likes teaching this class as a gift to her younger self.

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Figure Drawing 101

4:00a.m. to 6:00a.m.
Teacher's Home in Echo Park
1505 1/2 Allesandro St 90026
Los Angeles

Get an overview of figure drawing techniques, an intro to some of the masters, and lots of practice sketching a live model. Class will cover basic instruction and techniques, followed by plenty of practice with a live model. Either clothed or nude subjects (depending on who will work for free) with timed poses ranging from 1-30 minute poses. Possibly would use participants as models (clothed, of course). ///// SUPPLIES You'll Need to Bring: A large sketch pad, at least 18x24 inches (larger is better). Vine charcoal, graphite pencils, pens, markers, pastels, crayons, oil pastels, colored pencils, paints (and brushes, if you promise not to make a mess). Easel if you want, but otherwise we will be seated around the room. Some might like a large clip board to work on, but make sure that you at least have a sturdy sketch pad or other surface to draw on. ///// Location Accesibility: This location is accessible by walker but is not equipped with a ramp for wheelchairs.

Bring one of the following:
A book that you’ve read and liked (or that has really great illustrations in it)
A unique/weird coffee mug, like a Goodwill or garage sale gem
Bag of coffee
Christmas lights
Something you made (food or craft)
Surprise Me!

About the teacher, Karen Stasevich

I grew up in rural Michigan with all sorts of animals around. I'm not a professional artist, but I sure do like trying and I enjoy hosting twice-monthly figure drawing sessions (Happy Drawing Times at Echo Park on Facebook).

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Introversion Explained

7:00p.m. to 8:30p.m.
Chez Arroyo
211 S Ave 57
Los Angeles

So, you’ve taken an online test and learned that you’re an introvert. You’re not entirely sure what that means, but you suspect you’re now doomed to die alone with 15 cats and one parakeet. There’s an amazing number of misconceptions about introverts out there, and I’ll be helping you to sort through these half-truths and well-meaning myths. In this class we’ll talk about the definition of introversion (no, it doesn’t mean shy), and what science is telling us about our temperament. We’ll also talk about an introvert’s strengths and weaknesses, and then examine how to use this label to understand ourselves without being confined by it. Although this class is geared toward introverts, respectful extroverts who want to learn more about introversion are welcome too. // Format: class will be formatted * We start off with students taking a common introvert/extrovert quiz. We then discuss the results. The remainder of the class is a lecture, with plenty of opportunities for questions. Towards the end students will get a chance to reflect on how they can use this knowledge in their everyday lives. ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: A pen. ///// Location Accessibility: This location has stairs but no ramp or elevator/escalator access.

Bring one of the following:
A Facebook Like (https://www.facebook.com/Introvertology)
A home grown fruit or veggie
A surprise
A Twitter Follow (https://twitter.com/introvertology)
Nice stationery
One hour worth of digital illustrations
One hour worth of research

About the teacher, Thea Orozco

Thea runs a website for introverts called Introvertology. She coaches people to work with their introversion instead of against. When she’s not ranting about how introversion is not the same as shy, she can be found nestled in a corner, reading non-fiction books that most people would find boring.

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Beginning Ballet/Jazz

10:00p.m. to 11:30p.m.
Teacher's Backyard
1666 Westmoreland Blvd (not Avenue, there is one near by)
Los Angeles

We will cover some of basics of jazz and ballet. We will go through some technique, performance quality and vocab. Class will begin with an introduction of ballet and jazz. We will begin with a warm-up, across the floor and center. ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Flexible shoes if possible or ballet/jazz shoes. No sandals. Comfortable clothing that you can move in. No jeans. ///// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by walker & wheelchair

Bring one of the following:
Clean Garden Soil
Indoor Plant
A good used book
An accordion lesson
ANY kind of art piece
Bag repair service
Mixed CD
Organic Seeds
Pocket knife
Vegan food or baked good

About the teacher, Ashley Towne

Ashley Towne - moved to LA from Flagstaff, Arizona. In Arizona she established and participated in multiple performing dance companies while receiving her Bachelors Degree in Sociology from Northern Arizona University. Through out time she has used dance as a tool for connecting to individuals, the environment and her community. She has worked with choreographers such as Dante7, Andre Fuentes, Lisa Eardly, Sheri Godfrey and more. She has been teaching dance and performing in the United States, Asia and Europe for over 10 years.

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Basic Creative Drumming

10:00p.m. to 1:00a.m.
ABC Rehearsal Studio
2575 N. San Fernando Road
Los Angeles

This is a hands-on class where students will have the opportunity learn a basic groove on the drum set, how to hold sticks, and familiarize themselves with a basic drum set. Students will spend time deciphering the different sounds involved in percussion through listening, observing and trying it for themselves! I will spend the first section demonstrating the different parts of a drum set, how it is played, and some of the possibilities and roles each component plays. Then, we will begin with the basics of holding the drum sticks (provided by the teacher) and hitting drum pads as a group. We will cover a couple basic rudiments and techniques during this time. The second half will be spent giving everyone a chance to get behind the drum set and working on a basic rock or jazz groove and fill. If there is time left, I'd like to ask everyone to bring in a song that has a drum part they particularly like, and we will listen to it, dissect it, and learn to play it if time allows. All styles are welcome! In fact, the more esoteric, the better! ////SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING TO CLASS: Bring in a recording of a song with your favorite drum part (or one you want to learn) on your phone, ipod or a CD. Also, bring drum sticks and a drum practice pad (or a hard surface to hit) if you have them! Otherwise I will provide you with those things! ////Location Accessibility: This location has stairs 4 but no ramp or elevator/escalator access.

Bring one of the following:
1 hr of help building a website
A dvd of the strangest movie you've ever seen
A metal object that makes a significant sound when struck
An original business card design
The most inspiring book you've ever read
The strangest hummel you've ever seen

About the teacher, Joe Westerlund

Joe Westerlund is an internationally touring drummer for the bands Califone, Megafaun, Gayngs, and his solo project, Grandma Sparrow. He holds a BA in Music Compostion/Improvisation from Bennington College, where he studied with avant-garde jazz pioneer Milford Graves, and NYC composers Kitty Brazelton and Anthony Coleman. His education encouraged him to continue to explore the lines between convention and experimentation in his own original music. When not on the road, Joe lives with his wife Carson and his pug Dora in Eagle Rock, where he works by day as a drum technician for Drum Doctors.

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Neighborhood Microbiome!

7:00p.m. to 10:00p.m.
Gallery of Art Center South Campus
950 S. Raymond
Los Angeles

The Human Microbiome is an environment of beneficial microorganisms that live on and in your body. Having a healthy and diverse microbiome is increasingly seen as an important method for better health. The class will explore what a healthy microbiome means and what are ways to ensure a healthy microbiome for ourselves and our community. By exploring together we will uncover our hidden bacterial neighborhood and how to move past the"icky" of bacteria. The class will be formatted as following: Introductions! 1. What is the microbiome? intro + information packets 2. What are ways to work with your microbiome? info 3. class forum/ talking, questions and suggestions by class 4. make kim chi (a natural probiotic) 5. prep table 6. mapping kit distribution/ students are given a kit to map their neighborhood microbiome ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Teacher will provide all materials ///// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by walker & wheelchairs.

Bring one of the following:
a pack of pens (for the class to write notes)
paper towels (to help clean up the class)
sample of your microbiome
snacks to share
stickers

About the teacher, Kristina L. Ortega

Kristina L. Ortega is a designer currently enrolled in Graduate Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design. Kristina is interested in systems and how individuals exist, benefit and tactically operate within them. Kristina perviously worked in the fashion industry.

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HM157
3110 N. Broadway
Lincoln Heights

When you project your radiance you become magnetic. Through yoga and meditation the aura is strengthened, and it glitters and sparkles with golden hues, giving you a radiance. When we are radiant in a pure, subtle, sophisticated manner, others are unconsciously drawn to us; therefore, we become prosperous. This workshop style Kundalini Yoga and Meditation class will work with the current Astrology to assist students in navigating these intense times of rapid and profound transformation. Students will learn basic mantras, meditations and exercises that will assist with releasing karmic blocks that hinder us on our path to greatness. Astrology is our roadmap; our birth chart is a navigational tool. When we learn to recognize the signs, and follow the signs, listening to our heart / soul, we truly come into balance... and balance is the key to happiness. ///// SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Open mind / heart; Yoga mat or blanket; Water to stay hydrated ///// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by walker but is not equipped with a ramp for wheelchairs.

Bring one of the following:
champagne / chablis / sancerre
crystals / minerals
jewelry making / soldering lesson
massage / healing session / tarot, astro, numerology reading
vintage china teacups & saucers

About the teacher, Erica Marie Liscano

Erica Marie Liscano is a certified Kundalini Yoga & Meditation teacher, who works with astrology, crystals and dream-state to provide students with positive and profound results. Her focus as a teacher and healer is on sexuality and spirituality. She also holds degrees in Gender, Feminist and Comparative Religious Studies.

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Pop-Hop Books and Print
5002 York Blvd
Los Angeles

Do you have a skill or bit of knowledge that you'd like to share in a class, but are nervous about planning a class? Do you feel like you need some guidance when it comes to being a great teacher? Whether you want to test the waters as a brand-new teacher, or are an old-pro, this class will aim to have something for everyone. We'll discuss tips on preparing for and structuring your class, online resources that can be useful, how to maximize your time with students and how to make classes more engaging. While we'll discuss some things that will be specific to teaching a Trade School class, you could easily apply this knowledge anywhere. ////SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Paper & pen //// Location Accessibility: This location is wheelchair & walker accessible.

Bring one of the following:
1 hour consultation from someone with +5 years experience in PR & Marketing
2 bottles 100% pure coconut water
A drawing depicting a positive sentiment or phrase (like, "You're doing an awesome job!")
Bottle of sauvignon blanc
Dr. Bronner's liquid lavendar soap

About the teacher, Leanne Pedante

Leanne Pedante founded Trade School LA and heads up its organization. When not thinking/talking about/working on Trade School LA, she works as a freelance graphic designer and also as a fitness trainer. She is on the board of nonprofit HM157 and resides in Highland Park.

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TSLA Brainstorming Party!

2:30a.m. to 4:00a.m.
Pop-Hop Books and Print
5002 York Blvd
Los Angeles

Trade School LA grows each month and we need YOU to help mold its future! During this brainstorming party, we'll look together at TSLA's future potential and its current challenges. We'll start by introducing ourselves and doing a session of Speed Bartering to meet each other and get in the exchange spirit. Then we'll talk briefly about where TSLA stands and what it's done so far. Next we'll move into the Brainstorming part of the party. We'll do some exercises to brainstorm solutions and ideas that will help Trade School LA offer more of what you want, help sustain its future, ease some of the logistical challenges and keep improving what its offering to the community. Oh, we'll also be having FUN while we do all of this. Anyone who has attended or taught a TSLA class is encouraged to attend. If registration fills up quickly, we may move the class location. /////SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: Pen & Paper /// Location Accessibility: This location is accessible by walker & wheelchair

Bring one of the following:
1 bottle of sauvignon blanc wine
1 easel pad of paper (approximately 27" x 34")
1 Pack of large name tags
1 pack of Sharpie markers
2 bars of dark chocolate

About the teacher, Leanne Pedante

Leanne Pedante founded Trade School LA and heads up its organization. When not thinking/talking about/working on Trade School LA, she works as a freelance graphic designer and also as a fitness trainer. She is on the board of nonprofit HM157 and resides in Highland Park.

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Manila

Introduction to Papercutting

10:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.
Commune (Salcedo Village, Makati)
Liberty Plaza, 102 H.V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village
Makati City

If you've always wanted to try papercutting but were intimidated or don't know where to start, this one's for you. If you've just started papercutting and want to learn a few tips to refine your skills, this class is for you too! :) Templates and worksheets will be provided. Please bring the following to class: - Cutting Mat - Cutter or craft knife - Your enthusiasm :)

Bring one of the following:
/bench GCs
Ayala Malls eGC
Fully Booked GCs
Landmark GCs
National Bookstore GCs
Rustans GCs
SM Department Store GCs (gift certificates)
SM Gift Cards

About the teacher, Liee Lozano

I have a day job as an editor, but I also do some design work on the side. I papercut to keep my sanity and because it's fun :)

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Travel Doodling for Beginners

2:00p.m. to 4:00p.m.
The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market (CommerCenter, Alabang)
CommerCenter, Alabang
Muntinlupa

Imagine yourself marveling a breathtaking scenery and simultaneously doodling or drawing what you see. Can't draw? Don't fret.The 2-hour class will help you discover your artistic and creative side through unstructured drawings. *Workshop participants are requested to bring their own drawing materials. (sketchpad, notebook, any sign pen - preferably Uni,Pigma Micron Pen, Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Pen)* Please take note that this is not an art class and I am not an art teacher. :D

Bring one of the following:
642 Places to Draw (new or 2nd)
Any 2 or 3 items (handmade, travel or craft related) purchased from the Urban Food Collective vendors
Fully Booked or National Bookstore GC
Lonely Planet's Europe on a Shoestring Budget (2nd hand will do)
PetExpress Gift Card
Puregold, Shopwise, Rustans, Sodexho, SM Gift Certificates cos i love grocery shopping :)
Street Art Doodle Book (new or 2nd hand)

About the teacher, Julie Flores

I am a manager in an IT firm by day, a doodler/crafter by night..and a (budget) travel junkie on holidays. :P I have a stressful day job so I doodle obviously to de-stress and travel for the same reason. hahaha! Thus I considered myself a travel doodler (if there's such a term). :)

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From Day To Night Makeup

4:00p.m. to 6:00p.m.
The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market (CommerCenter, Alabang)
CommerCenter, Alabang
Muntinlupa

Learn how to create that perfect day to night look with the help of Hair & Makeup Artist Tina Henson-Ngkaion on November 22. Learn tricks and hacks into perfecting the wing tip and the red lip as well as applying falsies. Find out how to contour your faces too! Note: Please bring your own make-up kit. :)

Bring one of the following:
Boxes of Falsies
Egg Pie! My favorite... mmmm
Egg sponges
Mermaid Hair Curler (Suesh has it)
Parisian Brush Cleaner

About the teacher, Tina Henson-Ngkaion

A southern belle for over 30 years, who was once trapped in the corporate jungle, decided that being a wife and an artist was more important than a 9-5 stable job. Now doing makeup full time, I have done shoots for magazines, weddings, special photo shoots, proms, a movie and my favorite client, my mom!

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Norwich

The Fine Art of Napkin Folding

6:00a.m. to 7:00a.m.
St Laurence's Church
St Benedict's Street
Norwich

Have you ever turned up at a meal to find some beautifully-folded napkins on the table in the shape of a boat, a bishop's mitre or a rose? If you have then keep up with your friends by coming along to this class and learn some great napkin folds. If you haven't then be the envy of your friends by being the first to display your new-found napkin folding skills.

Bring one of the following:
Clothes for an 11 year old boy (charity shop stuff okay)
Empty jam jars with lids
Folk or Classical CDs
Homemade biscuits or cakes
Kilner jars or bottles
Loose tea
Your favourite vegetarian/vegan recipe

About the teacher, Colin Hynson

I'm a freelance educational and children's writer, researcher and consultant. I love teaching (and learning) quirky but useful things.

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Making Your First Sourdough Bread

7:00a.m. to 8:00a.m.
St Laurence's Church
St Benedict's Street
Norwich

This class is aimed at newcomers to sourdough bread making. It will give simple step-by-step instructions on developing and caring for a sourdough starter. Students will learn to bake a delicious basic loaf and be given ideas for enhancing that loaf by changing the flour mix and adding additional ingredients. I will have samples available to try.

Bring one of the following:
Bread proving baskets
Cookbook
Large bread mixing bowl (non-metallic)
Organic bread flour
Surprise me

About the teacher, Mark Bond-Webster

I am a former teacher of history, now working for a charity providing housing for the homeless in Norwich. I am a passionate reader. I am also a passionate amateur cook, with a particular fondness for baking. I can also be found at many of the wine tastings held in the local area!

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St Laurence's Church
St Benedict's Street
Norwich

Original and fun design for all abilities using recycled plastic milk bottles to make unique Xmas tree decorations. All materials supplied: this is an achievable task within one hour, resulting in a very attractive, fun decoration. (Do bring along your own plastic milk bottles - any size - if you can, make sure they are washed out well, and have the lid too.

Bring one of the following:
A surprise!
Big cushion
Good Christmas Pudding
Granddad shirt for tall man, slim fit
Home made sloe gin
Norwich blend tea from Wilkinsons
Pedicure or Manicure - or both!
Pointy nosed pliers
Real wool cardigan size 14 or more
Slow cooker

About the teacher, Jessica Perry

Jessica Perry uses paper, clay, textiles, buttons and a whole range of recycled materials to produce intricate and colourful paintings, assemblages, necklaces and sculptures. A freelance artist for over 25 years, she combines commissions, exhibitions and art projects in schools, including family learning workshops. As well as restoring and repainting Norfolk Village signs, she has commissions for public art, murals, pub signs and other public spaces.

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St Laurence's Church
St Benedict's Street
Norwich

Find out how to play some of the now-forgotten parlour games that were popular for Christmas get-togethers over one hundred years ago. It's time to rediscover these traditional family games and introduce some more fun into your Christmas celebrations.

Bring one of the following:
Assorted nuts
Ceramic garden pots
Christmas decorations
Christmas wrapping paper
Fruit
Handmade Paper
Holly
Loaf tin for baking

About the teacher, Colin Hynson

I'm a freelance educational and children's writer, researcher and consultant. I love teaching (and learning) quirky but useful things.

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Toronto

Waiting List

8:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
East End Arts (2nd Floor of Linsmore Tavern)
1298 Danforth Ave.
Toronto

Please check off the class you're interested in and you will be notified of any cancellations. It is possible we will have the workshop again in the future.

Bring one of the following:
Apple Sauce & Canning
Bread
Healthy Sweet Treats
How to Make the Perfect Pie Lattice
Kefir
Kombucha
Sauerkraut
Sustainable Eating

About the teacher, Trade School Organizer

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East End Arts (2nd Floor of Linsmore Tavern)
1298 Danforth Ave.
Toronto

Kefir. It looks like milk but tastes similar to yogurt. Many people have heard about it, but what exactly is it? How do you make it, what can you do with it, and why do some people call it a wonder food? The word kefir is derived from the Turkish word “keif”, which literally translates to the “good feeling”. Come and feel for yourself. During this workshop we will take a look at the different stages of kefir making, show you how to work with the kefir grains, and discuss several uses of kefir, including how to make a soft kefir cheese. ** Please bring a 250ml cup of milk to this class. ** Please be aware that we will work with milk kefir. It has less lactose then regular milk, similar to yogurt, but severe lactose intolerant might still have problems with this. ** Even though we talk about “kefir grains”, there are no real grains anywhere near this workshop.

Bring one of the following:
A 2 litre carton of dairy milk (up to 2 people)
A copy of your favorite gluten free recipe
A healthy snack to share with 3 people (up to 4 people)
A knitting lesson (1 person)
A professional make-up lesson (1 person)
Almond flour (up to 2 people)
Cans of tuna in water (up to 2 people)
Salad serving cutlery (1 person)
Some cheese (NOT cheddar or mozzarella)
Something you baked/cooked yourself sugar and grain free

About the teacher, Ellemiek Wintjes

My name is Ellemiek Wintjes, and I love to cook. Cooking for me is a way to be creative, and to experiment. If you give me a recipe I will hardly ever follow it to the letter, mostly because I improvise with items I have at home instead of going to a store and buying the required items. Being born and raised in the Netherlands, I basically grew up on dairy and cheese products. When I moved to Canada I used to make yogurt, but since this is relatively labor intense, I switched to kefir when I got a chance.

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Kombucha 101: How to Brew Your Own!

10:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.
East End Arts (2nd Floor of Linsmore Tavern)
1298 Danforth Ave.
Toronto

Kombucha is a naturally carbonated fermented soda that’s as delicious as it is nutritious, though it can be tricky to make and expensive to buy. In this workshop, learn a tried-and-true method to brewing your own kombucha, making it right the first time and saving a ton of money in the process! In this workshop participants will receive a step-by-step guide with the recipe, some samples to try as well as plenty of ideas on how you can customize your brew. The various health benefits of kombucha will also be discussed.

Bring one of the following:
A beeswax candle
A bottle of your favourite hot sauce
A copy of your favourite food memory
A copy of your favourite inspirational quote
A plant-based recipe you love (eggs are cool)
A sugar-free treat to share with 5 people
A yoga class
Dark chocolate
Something homemade and tasty (preferably sugar/grain/dairy free)

About the teacher, Katie Rosenberg

Katie Rosenberg is a Toronto-based registered holistic nutritionist and recipe developer specializing in plant-based nutrition. She empowers people using her unique brand of candid and informative teaching, sharing that healthy choices can be delicious ones too! When not in the kitchen, she can be found trolling farmers markets, biking around the city like a speed demon, and eating good dark chocolate.

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East End Arts (2nd Floor of Linsmore Tavern)
1298 Danforth Ave.
Toronto

In this workshop you will learn how to make nutritious shelf-stable apple sauce, receive a take away recipe to make your own plus samples to try! You will also learn: * introduction to WEFC, Co-ops, and our Community Cannery * buying or harvesting apples * why roasting is often better than boiling * three core safety principles for home canning * sterilising * what is safe to can and why * correct processing of jars

Bring one of the following:
A copy of your favourite apple or fruit picking story
A couple of your favourite apple recipes
Nutritious bread to sample our apple sauce on
Nutritious gluten-free crackers to sample with our apple sauce
Some apple cider to share with the group
Some apples!
Some Mason jars with lids and rings

About the teacher, James Partanen

James Partanen an expert canner with many years of experience will be leading you through a delicious recipe and an in-depth discussion about canning and preserving. This will be a great way to learn new skills or brush up old ones. http://westendfood.coop

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Glorious Bread! More Please!

12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m.
East End Arts (2nd Floor of Linsmore Tavern)
1298 Danforth Ave.
Toronto

Bread has been around for thousands of years for a good reason, it's delicious. While bread is available to buy almost everywhere there is food, it is a very simple thing to make at home. In this workshop you will learn about different recipes for bread, the step by step process of how to make a basic bread plus have the chance to try some samples! I will also briefly talk about the mass production of white flour and the effects of this on people's bodies.

Bring one of the following:
A bottle of Zinfandel or Shiraz red wine
A cookbook
A copy of your favourite recipe
A good reading book
A scented candle from Bath & Body Works
A small cactus plant
Parchment paper
Some sunflower planting seeds

About the teacher, Lina Lucifero

Lina hand-kneads each dough and creates artisanal loaves that range from green-olive to stone dark rye. I look at bread as a blank canvas for creativity. I love experimenting with new flavours and adding my own personal touch to each loaf of bread I bake. All of my recipes are created with time and patience. The fans of my bread and my creative side have both played a huge role in inspiring me to do more! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ www.LuciferoLoaves.Ca https://www.facebook.com/LuciferoLoaves

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Sauerkraut: Good For You!

9:00a.m. to 10:00a.m.
Victory Cafe (2nd Floor)
581 Markham St.
Toronto

During this workshop you will: • understand the nutritional benefits and learn about the history of fermented foods • learn how to prepare sauerkraut and fermented foods • know what to watch out for during the fermentation process • have the chance to try some sauerkraut samples!

Bring one of the following:
A 2 hour photography lesson (1 person)
A bottle of wine
A copy of your favorite homemade recipe
A vegetable, fruit or herb from your garden
Cliff Bars any flavor
Coconut flour (up to 2 people)
Dog treats (up to 2 people)
Mason jar with lid (up to 5 people)
Starbucks or Second Cup gift card
Your favourite HEALTHY snack to share with 3 people (up to 5 people)

About the teacher, Jillian Hillier

I'm in school for Culinary Management Nutrition at George Brown College and I started making my own fermented foods after I was diagnosed with Lupus in 2011. Through my own research I realized how good they are for your body and how they help aid in gut health recovery which is also something I have always struggled with.

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Victory Cafe (2nd Floor)
581 Markham St.
Toronto

In this workshop, students will learn about the fine art of making pastry from scratch, as well as learning how to construct a lattice-topped pie. The class structure will be mostly demonstration-based, but students will also have a few opportunities to help out and get their hands floury. Each student will take home a copy of the recipe, as well as getting a chance to sample the pie at the end of the class. Learn how to bake like the pros!

Bring one of the following:
A bottle of wine
A cookbook
A copy of your favourite recipe
A healthy houseplant
A knitted large mason jar cover
A mandoline for slicing (1 person)
A package of generic/blank stationery cards or thank you cards
A rolling pin (it’s time to stop using wine bottles for rolling dough!) (1 person)
Dark chocolate

About the teacher, Stephanie Murphy

Steph Murphy is a high school culinary arts teacher. She honed her kitchen skills as a cook onboard tall ships that sailed as far as the Baltic Sea and Antarctica, but she trained professionally at the Liaison College of Culinary Arts.

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Sustainable Eating!

11:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.
Victory Cafe (2nd Floor)
581 Markham St.
Toronto

Join holistic-as-heck nutritionist Candace Bell (CNP) as she highlights different approaches to sustainable eating. Learn about the importance of organic foods (and what that really means), and collect tips on what to eat, when to eat it, and how to buy it. Find out how what you put on your plate can make for a greener planet and a body more in harmony with nature.

Bring one of the following:
1 hour of bodywork or energy work (reiki, shiatsu, acupuncture)
A bag of organic avocados (1 person)
A bag of organic Brazil nuts (1 person)
A book about gastroenterology,GAPS,low FODMAPs or paleo diet, grain free eating or anything by Osho
A camera tripod (used is fine) (1 person)
A lamp (used is fine) (up to 2 people)
A lesson in Photoshop, Ibooks or InDesign
Organic dates, grapes, berries or apples (up to 4 people)
Social media, website maintenance, marketing or business coaching help
Trail mix to share with the class

About the teacher, Candace Bell

Candace Bell is a certified holistic nutritionist and visual artist with a deep love of food, and a special interest in digestion, creativity, emotional health, and the link between them. Visit Candace and learn more at www.thefeelgoodfoodies.com

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Healthy Sweet Treats!

12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m.
Victory Cafe (2nd Floor)
581 Markham St.
Toronto

I will be showing the simplicity of how sweet treats can actually be healthy! During my demo I will be making homemade “Lara Bars” and homemade truffles with all natural ingredients and no artificial additives. These bars and truffles are guilt-free indulgences and the flavour combos are endless. I will have printed recipe instructions to take home and samples for you to try.

Bring one of the following:
A bottle of wine
A copy of your favourite healthy dessert recipe
A giftcard for a meal from FRESH
A journal
A Mason jar
A wooden wine box crate
A Wordpress lesson
Adobe lessons (Photoshop/Indesign/Illustrator)
Books on the Laws of Attraction
Gluten-free or vegan, raw baked goods
Homemade jam
Scented candles

About the teacher, Lorina Owen

My name is Lorina and I have a HUGE sweet tooth which lead to my love of “healthifying” recipes and baked goods. I started a blog a few years back called The Sweet Affair and a busy lifestyle put it on hold. I am working on getting it up and running again so I can share healthy recipes and inspire other through cooking and living a healthy balanced lifestyle. Check out my blog if you like! http://thesweetaffair.wordpress.com/

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Stay Tuned!

9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
Victory Cafe (2nd Floor)
581 Markham St.
Toronto

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Bring one of the following:

About the teacher, Trade School Organizer

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West Norwood

Straight forward Sushi

10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.
SRA Kitchen
45 Knights Hill
London SE27 0HS

We would like to teach you how to make basic rolls with easily accessible ingredients. We'll give a quick introduction into cooking the rice, where to get the ingredients and then crack on with the rolling using bamboo mats. The mats are yours to keep so you can keep up the good work from home.

Bring one of the following:
A magic trick!
A plant
A warm hat
An old Xmas jumper
Any fresh fruit
Wetsuit or any wetsuit parts

About the teacher, Harry Bucknell

Japanese mother and son who have lived in West Norwood for over 15 years. By no means sushi experts but love Sushi and have made it many times before.

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