All posts tagged workshop

  • Concrete Heartbeat (Storytelling Workshop)

    Thursdays, from 5pm to 6pm, A Million Drops will be hosting Concrete Heartbeat, a storytelling program with Beowulf Jones (Risk!, Nerdist, MTV), host of Turtle & Teacher at the Story Studio!

    If you would like to develop your storytelling skills, more confidence with public speaking or if you are just curious please come on out!

  • Concrete Heartbeat (Storytelling Workshop)

    Thursdays, from 5pm to 6pm, A Million Drops will be hosting Concrete Heartbeat, a storytelling program with Beowulf Jones (Risk!, Nerdist, MTV), host of Turtle & Teacher at the Story Studio!

    If you would like to develop your storytelling skills, more confidence with public speaking or if you are just curious please come on out!

  • Planting In The Garden

    Come out to apply and get hands on with what you’ve been learning about ‘New Era’ organic gardening techniques!

    This workshop is free for all clients of A Million Drops. This workshop is available to the community with a recommended donation of $10.

  • Garden Beautification

    Come join Denise and help bring some extra
    color and aesthetic to our already lovely garden.
    All are welcome to join in!

  • Improvisation & Acting Workshop

    This week we will be looking at a script for a short piece and improvising scenes from it.

    Robert Galinsky will be returning next week.

    This workshop is free for all of our clients and available to the community with a recommended donation of $10.

  • Our First Storytelling Workshop (Concrete Heartbeat)

    We had our first storytelling workshop (Concrete Heartbeat) this week with Beowulf Jones (Risk!, Nerdist, MTV)! We are glad to have him teaching here! The first workshop was loaded with great information and storytelling concepts. If you are interested in storytelling, confidence or public speaking please come on over to A Million Drops next Thursday (May the 2nd) at 5pm! Thanks for the great turn out everyone who showed up (the picture obviously doesn’t do the turn out justice).

  • Poetic Perspectivez with Kiki – Friday, March 29th, 3:30pm – 4:30pm

    Kiki is a professional spoken word poet set to lead us through another poetry workshop this week! Do you enjoy creative writing? Spoken word and performance? Are you just interested? Come try it out!

  • The Making Of An Organic Food Forest (Make Up Classes)!

    For those who have taken part in at least five (5) out of ten (10) classes, they may make up for missed classes over the next two (2) Wednesdays. Material for 2-3 classes will be covered each of the next two weeks. The Making of an Organic Food Forest. Concepts taught will include, but not be limited to, learning ‘new era’ methods for planting, caring & propagating all types of fruits & vegetables; plus improving soil, irrigation options & fertilizing. Those who participate in the classroom lesson will have the added incentive of $5, which upon completion of all 10 classes can earn a $50 gift (what type of gift has not been decided yet). Additionally, those who graduate the class will receive an IV Organic Certificate of Completion, plus recommendation for any horticulture or nursery-based business; as it is expected that those who complete the course to have an understanding that will place them in the top 10% in the industry.

  • Poetic Perspectivez with Kiki – Friday, March 29th, 3:30pm – 4:30pm

    Kiki is a professional spoken word poet set to lead us through another poetry workshop this week! Do you enjoy creative writing? Spoken word and performance? Are you just interested? Come try it out! She will be focusing this week on group poetry!

  • The Making Of An Organic Food Forest (Make Up Classes)!

    For those who have taken part in at least five (5) out of ten (10) classes, they may make up for missed classes over the next two (2) Wednesdays. Material for 2-3 classes will be covered each of the next two weeks. The Making of an Organic Food Forest. Concepts taught will include, but not be limited to, learning ‘new era’ methods for planting, caring & propagating all types of fruits & vegetables; plus improving soil, irrigation options & fertilizing. Those who participate in the classroom lesson will have the added incentive of $5, which upon completion of all 10 classes can earn a $50 gift (what type of gift has not been decided yet). Additionally, those who graduate the class will receive an IV Organic Certificate of Completion, plus recommendation for any horticulture or nursery-based business; as it is expected that those who complete the course to have an understanding that will place them in the top 10% in the industry.