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7pm-9pm East Village Writers

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7pm-9pm Night Writer

7pm-9pm T.A.L.E.S 

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6pm-9:30pm Calgary Screen Writers 

7pm-9pm East Village Writers

7pm-9pm Night Writer

6pm-9:30pm Urban Curvz

6pm-10pm M:ST Spring Run Off Fundraiser

1pm-3pm Smutty Story Circle

12pm-5pm Tarot

Card Readings 

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Tarot Card Readings 

12pm-5pm Tarot Card Readings

10am-3pm Long Table Creative

10am-3pm Long Table Creative

10am-4pm Art Install

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12pm-5pm Tarot Card Readings

10am-3pm Long Table Creative

10am-3pm Long Table Creative

10am-10pm Pearl’s Place Poetry WIR Shane Hitchock

6pm-10pm FATS Painting Class

10am-5pm Private booking

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4pm-6pm Yoga Classes

4pm-6pm Yoga Classes

4pm-6pm Yoga Classes

4pm-6pm Yoga Classes

7pm-9pm Tuesday Night Writers

>> private event 

7pm-9pm Tuesday Night Writers

>> private event 

7pm-9pm Night Writer

6pm-9:30pm Calgary Screen Writers 

6pm-9:30pm Urban Curvz

10am-6pm Pearl’s Place Poetry WIR Shane Hitchock

Bridge is cancelled due to family illnessDi

12pm-10pm Baby Gurlz

12pm-5pm FATS Painting Class

6pm-9pm Women In Leadership Mentorship

5:30pm-9pm Women In Leadership Meeting

4:30pm-10pm

Limelighter Music Night

SCHEDULE.

        April 2016
Event Board

Meet Shane Hitchcock

April 1 & 2 - 10am-10pm

A graduate of S.A.I.T Polytechnic Film and Video Production Program, Shane Hitchcock is the author of Moose Toques, a 36 page children’s book about a snowstorm, a family and some very stubborn moose and The Great Adventurer (Author/Illustrator), a 60 page book of poetry that follows The GreatAdventurer as he chases after his dreams and goes on the journey of a life time. During his residency, Shane will work on his upcoming book Naked and Running  which explores nudity in children’s literature. 

 

Please come and meet Shane Hitchcock and support hisPearl's Place Residency 

Poetry Reading Title: The Great Adventurer Date: Saturday, April 2 7pm

Audience: Adult

Come join Shane as he reads poems from his new book “The Great Adventurer”. Listen as he explains the real life stories behind the poems and shares how they relate to his current life. Follow along as he tells the stories of his bumps and bruises, good days and bad, and connect with him through your shared experiences. We are each on our own separate journey through life, each with our own stories to tell. We are each on our own great adventure. 

$10 at door

(70% of door goes the poet, 30% is invested in Pearl's Place Residency

Bridge For Beginners

April 16 & 17 - 1pm-4pm

Played by suburban couples, ladies who lunch, your grandparents, and the young and hip whiling away fireside time at cabins, the game of Bridge is an intellectually challenging and enjoyable card game that only requires you to have a deck of cards, three friends to play with, a pencil and a pad to keep score, and a sharp mind.

 

Intended for the complete beginner, one who knows nothing, or almost nothing, about bridge.

$5 drop in fee RSVP loftonetwelve@gmail.com

Smutty Story Circle

April 23 - 1pm-3pm

Whether you're bringing some steamy fantasy into your relationship with yourself or your partner(s), the Smutty Story Circle is a great way to generate some heat this Valentine's Day. Write it for yourself, write it to share, write it as foreplay, write it as a gift - whatever your reasons for attending, the Smutty Story Circle promises to be fun, welcoming, and empowering as a space that welcomes your sexy mind and creative voice.


The Smutty Story Circle is a guided writing workshop, open to all experience levels. This is a queer-friendly, gender-inclusive, pleasure-positive workshop. The workshop costs $15, and sliding scale is available. 18+

 

Night Writer!

Wednesday Evenings 7-9pm, April 6, 20, 27

Loft 112 opens its doors to aspiring writers. Whether you want to work quietly on a project, share an idea, collaborate or brainstorm, this is the place (and time) to do it.

 

 

Host Gina Freeman, a Calgary-based writer, comedian and bioethicist. 

 

 

East Village Writer’s Circle (private)

Loft 112 is a dandy place for writing groups to meet and critique. 

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