Community Events – March 2nd, 2018
Not CLBC Eligible?-Exploring Other Options
Join us to hear speakers from WorkBC and Teen Work. WorkBC offers services and resources for BC job finders of all abilities. TeenWork Canada is an innovative program that provides the opportunity for youth aged 15-19 with disabilities and/or require mental health supports to secure successful and meaningful part-time employment while they are attending high school.
- Tuesday, March 13 7-8:30 pm
- Barb Goode Training Space – 3223 Kingsway at Joyce
- Transit – #19 bus along Kingsway or 10 minute walk from Joyce/Collingwood Skytrain
- Pay parking on Kingsway or free on the side streets
- Please share the attached flyer. All are welcome!!!
- Question or to RSVP Anne firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please share the attached flyer with your networks.
Invite families and colleagues – Share the attached flyer
Link to Poster: Family Works March 13
Here you will find Adult Education for March through August 2018.
Rise Up 2018! Call for Artwork
Note: Submission deadline is March 15, 2018. Winning entry will be announced March 21 and featured on our 2018 conference materials.
Inclusion BC invites BC artists with intellectual disabilities to submit visual artwork and photography for our 2018 conference. The artwork will be used in our conference program and other materials about our annual event, which takes place in Kelowna, BC from May 24 – 26, 2018.
Artwork theme: Rise Up!
Communities across BC are changing to reflect our increasingly diverse society. Inclusion is now a core principle in our public schools, in the places where we live and work and in the social bonds that support and strengthen us as communities.
Our vision is strong and great things are happening. But too many people with intellectual disabilities still face exclusion and isolation. This year’s theme reminds us that together, we have the answers and the power to rise up. We can join people driving grassroots changes in our communities as well as a global movement to build a world where we all belong.
- To submit a piece of art, send an email that includes the artist’s name and contact information and a scanned image or photo of the art to email@example.com by March 15, 2018.
- You could also mail a photo with the artist’s name and contact information to Karen DeLong c/o Inclusion BC, 227 6th St., New Westminster, BC, V3L 3A5.
The winner will be announced on March 22 and we will contact all artists who submitted images to let them know. The artist whose work is chosen will receive a free conference registration or an equal cash honorarium for the use of the image.
Please note: The art must be created by a self-advocate or a person with an intellectual disability who is willing to give us permission to use the image of their artwork in the conference materials.
Please contact Karen DeLong at 604-777-9100 ext. 530 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
OPENING CELEBRATIONS OF CULTURE AT THE CENTRE
Sunday, March 18
Opening remarks | 1 pm
Free admission | 1 — 4 pm
Museum of Anthropology
at the University of British Columbia
6393 N.W. Marine Drive
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z2
MOA is celebrating the opening of its new exhibition, Culture at the Centre, on Sunday, March 18 with dance performances from the communities represented in the exhibition: Musqueam, Squamish, Lil’wat, Heiltsuk, Nisg̱a’a and Haida.
From 1 to 4 pm you will experience performances from these different nations and share in a piece of their cultural history. Then you are invited to see the Culture at the Centre exhibition, which brings together Indigenous-run cultural centers and museums from across British Columbia and opens a window on the important work that they do. Experience dynamic displays, animated maps, Indigenous languages and rarely-seen items in this unprecedented exhibition.