Connecting Generations is a program that is part of School District 64. People of all ages living on the Gulf Islands can connect to talk about shared interests, skills and life experiences. Click here to see a video.
You can find resource people by searching the Living Links Library.
Please Contact Us if you are interested in sharing your skills or life experience.
Connecting Generations was invited to have a booth at the Volunteer Fair at the public library on October 14th. 3 volunteers signed up and representatives of other organizations inquired about possible collaborations.
The wet stormy weather was no hindrance to the enthusiasm of those in attendance!
Welcome back…and here we are nearly at the beginning of October!
It seems as though Connecting Generations inspires more interest every year. A Fall update with more news will follow shortly.
Here in the meantime announcements for our TWO writers’ groups that begin next week: The Written and Spoken Word will encourage those who would like to prepare for Open Mic poetry events. In the Stories workshops we will create stories using words and images. Both workshops are supported by the Salt Spring Arts Council and begin together on Thursday October 6th, each continuing separately on alternate Thursdays after that.
CONNECTING GENERATIONS Update May 2016
Some Connecting Generations activities in the Merry Month of May!
Students at Fernwood School have been meeting once a week. Guided by Helen and her family of cats they have been exploring the 5 senses through writing…
Here is an update about activities under our Connecting Generations “umbrella” – an appropriate metaphor for this time of the year!
CONNECTING GENERATIONS Update February 2016
Here is a video about our intergenerational Writers’ Group. We have just started a writers’ group at Fernwood Elementary School. The Word is Spreading!