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All are welcome to celebrate the spirit of Christmas with a candle light spiral ceremony.  There will be a fragrant spiral of balsam fir boughs, live music, poetry, apples and candles. The location is L’Arche Hall,  341 Main Street, Wolfville.  5:00pm to 6:30pm.   Click on the link to learn more. Click Here

Our fall program for youth and adults will start on Tuesday Sept. 25. from 7 – 8:30 and will run for 10 weeks.  I am excited to welcome back Music Therapist Page Gallant as co-facilitator.  The program takes place at the Greenwich Community Hall.   Lots of fun is in store for participants and friends with [...]

This Fall we are planning to run two programs:  one for children and one for youth and adults.  We have several facilitators on board as well as four Music Therapy students who will do a practicum with us.   To find out more about the programs, click on the About tab.   If you know of [...]

The Alexander Society for Inclusive Arts is running a 6 – week Creative Arts Program for Children aged 7 – 11 who have special needs or any learning challenges. With facilitators Kathleen Purdy and Music Therapist Heather Price, the children will engage in story, drama, music, movement & visual arts! Begins May 3 and runs [...]

Jam Dance is a fun way for all kinds of people to come together and express themselves in a safe and creative way with the help of  experienced facilitators and live musicians.  Our next event will be at the Louis Millett Civic Centre in New Minas on Friday, March 24 at 7:00pm. More about that [...]

Exploring Developmental Movement and Consciousness through the Fluid System  with Occupational Therapist  Kathie Brown. Oct. 29, 2016     10:00 – 4:30.    Greenwich Community Hall  Cost: $50. Our human bodies are largely composed of water. In this one-day workshop we will explore the characteristics of several fluid states, each related to different qualities of [...]

Arts and Free Play

Thoughts for the day: Recent research shows the correlation between the amount of dramatic play in pre-school and expulsion rates.  Basically, less play leads to more expulsion.     Stephen Henshaw, professor of psychology at Berkley, says: “Even more vital than the learning of reading  is the learning of play skills.” In the 1970’s, Germany turned Kindergartens [...]

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