Remembrance Day is approaching soon! It is important to understand what the day is about and why we commemorate it.
So let’s honour that day with some poppy crafts. Come and join our Drop-in this Friday, November 10th at 9:30-12pm at Whistler Public Library. Everybody is welcome!
Would you like to learn how to prepare delicious BOLIVIAN food?
On Tuesday, November 7th 5:30-7:30 PM, our chef Carla will teach us how to prepare Picante de Pollo. This Bolivian food with chicken, green peas, onions and other healthy ingredients is perfect for the long winter evenings. This pot dish is also healthy and quick to prepare.
Come and be part of this community program at Spring Creek Drive WCSS building (SSCS kitchen space at the back). This is a great opportunity to meet people and gain new knowledge and skills. Space is limited to first 10 participants, so be quick! Please RVSP at your earliest convenience either at 604-388-5511 or email@example.com. Children welcome! 10$ Donation
Check out our November calendar, there are lots of things to do!
For example this Friday – join us for Reiki Drop-in with Reiki Practitioner. You can also learn more about winter driving November 24th or try out one of our English classes. During November we are also planning 2 Multicultural Community Kitchens, November 7th we invited Carla Eguez Paz from Bolivia and November 28th you can try Filipino food with Marie Romero.
Would you like to learn about Reiki healing? Come and join us Friday, November 3rd, 10:30 AM.
Reiki is the Japanese art of healing using the energies of your own body.
Ajita, Reiki Practicioner, studied Reiki 3rd level and the 3 year “Transformation” program in Mumbai, India with the Reiki Grandmaster Prasad Karmarkar, will share her experience with you. She says: It brings in exactly what is needed in your life. Healing, courage, peace, cleansing.
So gift yourself one session of Reiki and experience what you truly need!
The Whistler Welcome Centre is delighted to announce the beginning of our new program, Parenting Across Cultures, beginning on Wednesday November 1st. With thanks to generous funding from the Community Foundation of Whistler, Sea to Sky Community Services and Whistler Multicultural Network, the Welcome Centre is able to offer this program.
Parenting Across Cultures is a 6 week program, every Wednesday morning at 10-12, from November 1st until December 6th 2017. We will meet at the Maury Young Arts Centre (formerly Millenium Place). Registration is required and babies are welcome too. The program will be facilitated by certified counsellor, Lana Lutke, as well as Welcome Centre and Sea to Sky Community Services staff.
Settling into life in a new culture is a huge adjustment and it can take many years before you feel fully adapted. Becoming a parent is certainly a joyful time in your life but it can also bring about new challenges as you continue your adjustment to a new culture. Parenting Across Cultures offers a safe and supportive environment for immigrant moms to meet, connect and share their experiences as multicultural parents. The program aims to help you be a successful multicultural parent in Whistler and to help you build a support network as a newcomer to Canada.
Come and join us to celebrate you, your babies and your culture!
Halloween is here next week! Come and join us this Friday, October 23th to celebrate Halloween with us. At 10 AM we will join Whistler library program “Preschool Story Time” and then we will be carving pumpkins together.
Do you know why we have pumpkins on Halloween?
Carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns is a popular Halloween tradition that originated hundreds of years ago in Ireland. Back then, however, jack-o’-lanterns were made out of turnips or potatoes; it wasn’t until Irish immigrants arrived in America and discovered the pumpkin that a new Halloween ritual was born.
I will have a few pumpkins to carve, so make sure you come on time to create your masterpiece 🙂
You can also wear a mask so we can have a real Halloween Party 🙂
On October 20th at 10 AM, we have WorkBC – Employment Service Centre coming to Friday Drop-in.
You can learn how to write your Resume, get to know more information about WorkBC and what services they offer, for example, job search resources, personal employment planning, workshops and training and specialized services.
Winter season is just around the corner. Would you like to know how to boost your immune system? Do you know about the amazing health benefits of pickles?
If you would like to learn how to make your own homemade cabbage pickles, come and join our Drop-in program this Friday, Oct.13th at 10 am at Whistler library.
Would you like to learn how to prepare a traditional Japanese dish? Then why not come and join us on Thursday, October 12th….
Our Japanese chef Rumi, will teach us how to prepare Miso Soup, that is one of the main items in the Japanese kitchen, then Okonomiyaki, Japanese savory pancakes, containing a variety of ingredients, and as a dessert she will serve Shiratama Dango, sweet glutinous rice dumplings.
Space is limited to the first 10 participants, so be quick! Let me know who is interested in coming by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 604.388.5511
$10 by Donation
Join our Nutrition Workshop this Friday, September 29, 2017, 10:00-12:00pm at the Whistler Public Library.
Come learn alternative sources of calcium and tips on how to maintain positive calcium balance in the body for strong bones.
We invited Sarah, experienced nutritionist, certified Plant Based Chef to tell us more about Dairy alternatives.