- Organizer: Kristina Jessen
- Date: Wednesdays
- Start Time: 11am
- Event Length: 1 hour
- Location: All Saints by the Sea - Lower Hall
- Expires: 23 days, 4 hours
Group singing for the purpose of joy, connection, community, and overall wellness. Under the Ubuntu Choir Network training, this aural tradition involves easy to learn melodies, harmonies, and lyrics. No singing experience or skill necessary! All ages and identities welcome, children under 5 are asked to be accompanied by an adult. This is a non-performing group, and is treated like a wellness practice, the health benefits of singing and singing together are innumerable.
Running Wednesdays, from January 30 to March 27. Singing starts at 11am.
Location/Time: All Saints by the Sea (lower hall) in Ganges, one hour sessions 11am-noon.
The cost is a donation of your choosing. You can make an offering at the beginning for the total 9 weeks or on a drop-in basis. E-transfers or cash accepted. The principle behind the donation is an intention of mine to explore the principles around an economy based on gifting and gratitude, as well as an open to door to anyone who wants to share and express through song.
Come sing open your heart through the ancient healing tradition of community singing, and connect to this natural source of energy and joy!
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