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Lost, Found, Lasting: Celebrating Stories of Still Creek

Our AGMs are a lot of fun! Join us as we celebrate an evening of story, music, fun activities, and reflecting on another year of Still Moon Arts!

Featuring the harmonious Balkan tunes of Zlatna Mountain and stories from our upcoming book, Still Creek Stories!

Doors open at 6:30.
AGM at 7:00pm
Celebrations begin at 7:30pm.

Still Moon Membership: $5 (Sign-up beforehand here)
Entrance by donation for non-members.

This event is a part of Collingwood Days, a local week-long festival celebrating the diversity and culture of the Renfrew-Collingwood Neighbourhood

2017-18 Board of Directors Opportunity

Still Moon Arts Society is currently recruiting passionate and dedicated individuals to join our Board of Directors at our upcoming Annual General Meeting on May 25th at 7PM at Collingwood Neighbourhood House. The Board plays a significant part in Still Moon’s programs and projects throughout the year. The Board meets monthly, and there are also a variety of committees that you would be able to join.

To learn more about joining the Board, or if you are interested in joining, please click here to see the 2017-2018 Still Moon Arts Society Board Recruitment Package. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at mail@stillmoon.org.

 

Birds! Birds! Birds!

Still Moon is partnering up with Vancouver Bird Week and other organizations and individuals to celebrate Vancouver Bird Week May 6th-13th! Check out our workshops below, as well as other great events around the city here.

Words for Birds

Learn about Vancouver City Birds! Join us for an exciting workshop with community artists Cathy Stubington and Carmen Rosen and Fresh Local Poets, Jami Macarty and Kevin Spenst.

Write poetry, make puppets, explore movement and sound.  Bird Blurbs, bird quizzes, bird poems on sticks. Pick a bird to learn about, find out what their beaks do, where do they like to live? Explore their movements and learn their songs. A multitude of activities to choose from, or try them all. At the end of the workshop we’ll flock together to make a little parade, led by one of the candidates for Vancouver City Bird… which one will it be? To be announced at the Bird Week Celebration at Creekside Community Centre May 13th!

Workshop #1
Roundhouse Community Centre
May 6th 2:00 – 4:00PM

Workshop #2
Hillcrest Community Centre
May 7th 2:00 – 4:00PM

Workshop #3
Renfrew Community Centre
May 11th 3:30 – 5:30PM

Workshop #4
Troutlake Community Centre
May 13th 10:00 – 12:00PM

Bird Week Celebration
Creekside Community Centre
May 13th 5:30PM – 7:00PM

Crow Curiosity Bike Ride

Join us for a short, meandering ride on to investigate and learn about crows. We will be checking out their territories, visiting the roost, and begin to understand what the birds are actually saying. There are over 20,000 crows living in Vancouver, Burnaby and surrounding cities that are thriving in the urban habitats we have created and this will be a great opportunity to explore their wise ways of living.

This ride is co-presented for Vancouver Bird Week by Still Moon Arts Society and HUB, and will be hosted by RedSara. If you have binoculars bring them along, but not necessary.

Max 20 people. Please register here, and if you register please come so that you don’t take a spot from someone who wants to be there.

May 8, 7:00 -9:00PM
Begin: Slocan Park Field House in Vancouver
End: Crow Roost (near Gilmore Skytrain) in Burnaby

Birds, bikes, the feeling of flying through the air: what a wonderful world! See you there. Questions? Contact Sara: redsara@gmail.com

RedSara has been leading the Crow Roost Twilight Bike Ride in Vancouver and Burnaby for 5 years. She has studied and is tuned in to the mysteries of bird “language” and is a former Lead Instructor with Soaring Eagle Nature School. She’ll be joined here by HUB Burnaby Committee ride support.