Learning in Almonte: Flying pigs meet music and writing

Treat yourself to a winter mini-vacation in Greece! Dust off your memoirs and create a living treasure! Celebrate spring with a musical adventure!

Learning in Almonte is open to everyone, and welcomes participants to unlock their imaginations through these exciting courses presented by knowledgeable instructors eager to share their own areas of expertise. No prior requirements are needed, just the love of learning something unique.

Registration is necessary, the fee of $75.00 being payable at the first class. Please see the poster for dates and times.

Flying Pigs and Other Creatures in Ancient Greek Life

6 Tuesdays, beginning February 26 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
Heather Loube will revisit Greece, looking at the animal imagery in Greek legend, art, and history. For anyone with a pet at home, the connection to antiquity will be fascinating.

Good Idea to a Good Read

6 Thursdays, beginning February 28 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
Phil Jenkins will present a ten step programme to writing and publishing any type of story from memoirs to mysteries. This is not a writing course, per se, but rather the route one would take to get a work published.

Soul or Sound: How does Music Work?

6 Wednesday evenings, beginning April 10 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Ian Douglas will offer a curious exploration into the mysteries of music from creation through to live performance. From the humble “seed” of a musical idea into to patterns of sound that move us deeply and create human connection.

REGISTRATION: Respond to Claire ApSimon <cmapsimon@gmail.com> stating the course(s) you wish to attend. The fee is $75.00 per course, by cheque to “Learning in Almonte* or cash only, payable on the first day of the course. As capacity is limited, we will operate on a First come, First served basis.

More information is available from Marny (613-256-6739) or Claire (613-733-2382)
All courses are held in the meeting room of the Almonte Public Library