Wow! Fall is in the air! The winds have changed and the seeds are ripening. Every fall we look forward to the start-up of the Creative Arts Program for Adults. This will begin on Tuesday September 26th and run for 10 weeks. New this fall: We are starting a program for children aged 7 [...]
Dear Bill Gates, I did an experiment today. I asked Chat GPT to emulate you making a pitch to invest in building a model accessible mixed residential, commercial, agricultural neighbourhood/village that can produce more food and energy than it consumes. This is what it generated: I’m here to present to you a visionary opportunity that [...]
The Alexander Society For Inclusive Arts has been helping people with developmental challenges grow and learn in healthy ways for over twenty years. We have learned there are two important ways to focus our attention in providing developmental support: One is on helping the individual grow capacities for living successfully in community, the other is [...]
NOTE! Saturday, July 10 Jam Dance has been moved to Saturday, July 17 at Oakdene Park Stage, Kentville. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date. Our monthly Jam Dances are starting up again! As we emerge from another lockdown, the Town of Kentville, along with the Alexander Society for Inclusive Arts and Music [...]
Music in Communities Co-op is partnering with us to make Jam Dance available to the whole community. We are grateful for the leadership from Kim Barlow and Sarah McInnis.
Join us for our first public event since March! Wednesday morning, Oct. 14th. We are partnering with Music in Communities to present a fun, creative activity of music and movement. Since the number of people we can accommodate is restricted, please contact the email on the poster or to sign up. Note the new [...]
Two sets of video “lessons” are now available on the website. The first set of five lessons will take you through a process of skill development using bean bags. As explained in the previous post, these skills help build capacity for academic learning. Parents and teachers are free to use the videos however they like: [...]
We are launching a series of videos to help and inspire parents and teachers bring some fun, creative and beneficial activities to their children/students during this time of COVID19. The first series that is being posted is called Rhythm and Movement Exercises for children, youth and adults who are experiencing difficulty with reading, writing or [...]