Musical Explorations with Accredited Music Therapist, Emily Brown

Virtual Event

Music therapy is a practice in which a professional uses music to help individuals comfortably grow, express, explore, and play. Music can address emotional, social, spiritual and physical needs in a fun, exciting and engaging way!  Each session is an hour-long, and welcomes individuals with any musical interests or abilities! Together, we sing, dance, improvise, […]

Neighbourhood Explorer

Virtual Event

Calling all neighbourhood explorers! Each week we are trying out new ways to learn about the space around us. Join us for scavenger hunts, tree identification, mapping and more! *This experience is different than most CoMakeDo experiences you will need to have found the clue from last week to join that call. Get ready to […]

Silly Shake Out: Move & Feel Good with Dan

Virtual Event

Let’s get silly! Come ready to stretch, shake, move, and groove with our friend Dan. Event Details: How to Join: Click the link below to join the zoom meeting: Passcode: Zoom | Meeting ID: 709-405-813 PLEASE NOTE: For this event, you’ll need a phone, tablet or laptop and the zoom app. « BACK TO ALL […]

The Successful Project – A webinar about self advocacy from The Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo (SAS)

Virtual Event

Are you a member of a self advocacy group? Do you want to start one? This webinar is for you! Learn how to host fun events that get everyone engaged. Learn about fundraising, community development, and creating successful projects. The Self Advocates of Semiahmoo make change through positive relationships. They are people who are focused on […]

We Are One! 2020

Virtual Event

An outstanding, free live-streamed show commemorating Human Solidarity Day and the International Day of Persons With Disabilities. West Coast Reach Association is hosting a FREE virtual show on Sunday Dec. 6th at 2:00pm. The show will include a variety of performances and is sure to bring a smile to your face! Find out more information […]

Trampoline Effect

The Trampoline Effect Written by local authors and advocates, Gord Tulloch and Sarah Schulman, The Trampoline Effect offers stories, examples and frameworks for re-imagining the role of citizens and community. Our social safety nets must become more adept at addressing people’s human needs if they are going to stop contributing to existential harm. The Trampoline […]