As it is clear that social distancing measures will be around for a while
longer (yes, longer than any of us thought or wanted!), we have setup recreation activities to be done through the Zoom video conferencing platform.
The first of these activities will be held next Friday, April 24th from
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM.
This will feature the return of Ken Wilkie, professional cartoonist. Ken
has led two workshops in the past (which were a lot of fun) and will now be conducting a drawing workshop. Not only is drawing fun & enriching, but it requires very little supplies! All you’ll need is some paper, a pencil (or pen, or crayon, or marker…) and you’re ready to go.
If you are interested in taking part in the drawing activity on the 24th,
please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know who will participate, and if you need any help setting up and using the Zoom platform. You must email to register and receive the Meeting ID & Password. These emails can be received right up until noon on April 24th.
We will be hosting activities every Friday afternoon until distancing
measures are lifted, so stay tuned for more fun opportunities to take part in art, music, drama, and other fun stuff!
The zoom platform also allows you to interact, ask questions, reconnect
with friends, as well as having a positive experience (something we all could use right now!).
If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, it is a free software product that can be
accessed through a web browser, desktop app (on windows or Mac), or mobile app (on smart phones or tablets).
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