Dear Friends of PACE,
This February, we are bringing back two of our most popular PACE series: On February 6, Your Meaningful Life: the Wisdom of Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, The Dalai Lama, & Byron Katie, and starting February 25, The Boring Guide to Building Wealth. Amongst the brand new sessions to PACE, we introduce various sessions to help you make sense of it all, including the following workshops on homeschooling, photography and social change, and the ethics of coffee.
Did you know that over 70,000 Canadian children learn at home? What would happen if instead of getting up in the morning in time to catch a school bus, children were to stay at home learn? Come find out at PACE’s workshop, Teaching Outside the School: Solutions on How to Homeschool Your Child, with Kelly Howarth on February 22. Learn more here.
On February 23, explore the power of your artistic voice at PACE’s hands-on, practical photography workshop Humane Exposures: A Photographer’s Workshop for Social Engagement, led by critically-acclaimed photographer Amanda Tetrault. Learn more here.
Have you noticed the increasing number of independent coffee shops popping up around Montreal? Is this for good, or just a phase? During February 26’s Cutting Edge Coffee: A Hands-on Session to Drinking with Meaning, renowned food experts Maeve Haldane and Sarah Musgrave will lead you through an interactive workshop to be held at progressive coffee shop Le Couteau. Learn more here.
Visit our website for information on the rest of the PACE Winter/Spring 2013 programming slate.
Coordinator, Personal and Cultural Enrichment Program (PACE)