A FREE Storytelling Workshop w/David Roche & Marlena Blavin at the ARC

Join us on November 16th at 9:30am in the newly renovated ARC Community Event Centre for a morning of storytelling. Everyone has a story and the ever engaging duo of David and Marlena will be conducting a workshop where the community is invited to hone their story telling skills or just listen. These workshops are always immersive, illuminating and entertaining. Limited seating! Please RSVP at Eventbrite using the link provided. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/storytelling-workshop-wdavid-roche-marlena-blevin-tickets-37464499326

These workshops are always immersive, illuminating and entertaining. Storytelling begins at 9:30am! Limited seating! Please RSVP at Eventbrite

ARC Community Event Centre 7055 Alberni St. Powell River, BC


The Great BC Shake Out!

Yesterday, inclusion Powell River joined thousands of other British Columbians in the Great British Columbia Shake Out! This province-wide initiative for earthquake preparedness serves as a reminder that we live in an earthquake zone and we must remain ever vigilant. For more information on the Great BC Shake Out go to https://www.shakeoutbc.ca

Thank you, City of Powell River! From Ages and Stages

inclusion PR would like to thank the city of Powell River for accepting our grant-in-aid application for the Ages and Stages event.
The 14th Annual Ages and Stages event that ran on May 26, is run by multiple organizations such as inclusion PR, Success by 6, SD 47, Vancouver Coastal Health, PR Public Library, PREP, PRCYFSS, Tla’amin Health, PR RCMP and the PR Fire Dept.
We rely solely on financial donations to pull off this event. Thanks to the city accepting our grant in aid application, the Recreation Complex rental costs were covered for our event. This space rental is the largest cost for our Ages and Stages. Thank you city of Powell River!

BC Disability Pride Celebration and March!

On June 15th inclusion Powell River joined in celebration with folks from all over the province in the first BC Disability Pride Celebration and March. Celebrating the full citizenship of Canadians of all abilities, they marched from Richmond Cultural Centre Plaza to Brighouse Park.

The local media in Nanaimo covered the group from Clay Tree Society and their participation in the march. http://nanaimonewsnow.com/article/540683/disability-pride-march-inspires-nanaimo-society

Basic Income: A conversation with Hugh Segal – April 10th

Please join us for an important conversation about Basic Income for people with disabilities. It will be sparked and guided by our very special guest and Canadian champion for Basic Income — former Senator Hugh Segal.

Click on this link to register.

This free event is for everyone interested in gathering in the spirit of collaboration and learning. If you are inspired to propel everyone toward full economic citizenship, you won’t want to miss this.

We hope to see you there!