May 26, 2019 9:00 AM

This Event is Presented by The Los Angeles School for the Spiritual Arts We are all mediums!It's true, we are all born with the ability to receive messages from the spirit world. As humans we are constantly receiving messages from the spirit world. Wouldn't you like to know what is coming from you, and what is coming from the spirit world?This workshop was created to help you develop your Mediumship gifts from zero.This is a one day workshop that will teach you everything you need to know as you get started on your Mediumship journey. The goal for this workshop is to help you understand how you work as a soul, what your natural abilities are, and help you open up the one ones you have, and didn't know about.Please join us for this very informative, and life changing workshop!​(This workshop will prepare you for Development Groups.)Space is limited! Topics that are  covered in the Workshop: How to Ground Yourself  How to Discover Your Life Purpose  Learn about Spirit Guides, and meet yours.  Angels; what they are, and how to connect with them. The 'Clairs.' How to connect with your own Spirit Family, and Angel Automatic Writing How to clear your energy, and raise your vibration. How to clear your house. Haunted Houses; what are they, and how to clear them. How to do a reading on someone. And much more... LectureDuring the first 45-60 minutes of the class I'll talk in-depth, about your spirit guides, angels, life path, and how the soul works. I'll also discuss mediumship; why we are all born with this ability, and how we can use this gift to better our lives by connecting to the otherside. Finding Your Own AbilitiesIn this part of the workshop we'll discuss the different types of abilities (Psychic, Mediumship, Empath), and find out what abilities you have!You'll learn several exercises that will help you uncover your own abilities, and truly know what type of gifts you have naturally. After these exercises I go around and read each person to validate what abilities they have.Making The ConnectionFirst we'll start out by connecting you to your passed loved ones and spirit guides. I do this by guiding you through a meditation that will help you to see, hear, and feel the spirit people that are around you. We'll go around the group and talk about what you saw, and make sense of it. Then I'll tell you who I see around you, and anything you should know about them, or any messages they have for you. Knowing who is around you is so important! This knowlege really gives you an understanding of who is around you, and that they are ready and available for you to connect with.Connecting on Your OwnIn this part of the Workshop I'll teach you how to use your natural mediumship abilities to connect with your Loved Ones and Spirit Guides. I will teach you several methods including hearing voices, seeing images, feeling, knowing, and automatic writing. Lastly, I'll show you an easy method of communication called dowsing. LunchLunch is provided by hotel catering. There will be  vegan, gluten free, and nut free options available. Snacks and water are provided all dayConnecting to OthersIn this second half of the workshop, you'll learn how to do a reading on someone, and connect to their loved ones and spirit guides. I will discuss the types of gifts that you may have (Psychic, Mediumship, and Empathic), and teach you different methods of reading. You'll have the opportunity to practice reading someone in the class. Then we'll sit down, and talk about what you got from your reading. Through your reading, we will determine what abilities you use naturally, what abilities you can open up, and who is around you in spirit helping you. Final WordsAt the end you'll have a chance to ask questions, and get clarity on anything that we discussed. Before sending you off, I'll give you some homework that will help you continue to grow your Mediumship abilities. This homework will include several meditations, which you can record, and tips and tricks for raising your vibration.Class CapacityThis workshop has a maximum capacity of 16 people. I like to keep the workshops small so that we can work closer to discover more about you, and help you in moving forward with your gifts. Each person will receive one-on-one ability analysis, and validation for the information they get. This method of teaching can only be done in a small group. What should I bring?  Just bring a note book or paper, and something to write with. You can bring a pendulum, or a homemade pendulum (something heavy on a string, like a ring on a chain). Wear something comfortable, you'l be sitting and moving around all day.ParkingParking is always free in the venue's lot.​ About the InstructorHillary Michaels is the founder of the Los Angeles School of the Spiritual Arts, she also has her own Mediumship practice. She's taught over 300 classes, and workshops since her school opened in 2013. Hillary really enjoys working with students to help them find meaning and purpose in their natural gifts, and is very good at helping them open up new ones. She has mentored and trained hundreds of students all the way up to professional. ​You can visit her website at You can view more classes like this at

May 25, 2019 9:00 AM

Are you looking to move your business to Amazon? Are you looking to create a new business on Amazon? Are you trying to figure out how to make the best use of your Amazon Seller business? Then you need to attend the Amazon Seller One-Day Bootcamp! Have you wondered how Amazon manages to have nearly every product imaginable available for sale? Sure, Amazon buys and sells a lot of its own inventory. But in addition, Amazon has spent the past couple decades letting independent resellers use its platform to sell their goods. It's called the Amazon Marketplace and the sellers, like you, are Amazon Sellers.Amazon Sellers range from mom and pop businesses selling custom goods to multi-million dollar businesses and everyone in between. Whether you are looking for a "side hustle," a second job or full-time work, the Amazon Marketplace is the perfect place to start. Why? Because it's where the money is! (Willie Sutton was wrong.) WHAT IS THE AMAZON SELLER ONE-DAY BOOTCAMP?The Amazon Seller One-Day Bootcamp is an intensive training course that provides everything that is needed to successfully take an existing business onto Amazon or create an entirely new business on Amazon using the Amazon Marketplace platform.The course addresses both Fullfilled By Amazon (FBA) and seller fulfilled operations. Among the many topics covered in this bootcamp are:* How to source private label products to sell;* How to manage the Amazon Seller Central dashboard;* How to create Amazon detail pages that sell;* How to establish and manage Fulfilled by Amazon operations;* How to establish and manage Fulfilled by Seller operations;* How to create successful Amazon Sponsored Ads and Amazon Headline Ads;* How to create winning social media strategies that promote Amazon listings;* How to analyze results and make adjustments to sales strategies;* And a whole lot more in this 8-hour course!ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: The Amazon Seller One-Day Bootcamp is taught by Jesse Torres, Chief Operating Officer and Director of eCommerce for BOLDFACE.Jesse has been involved in Amazon eCommerce since the early 2000s, when he operated a very successful used business book shop on Amazon's original seller marketplace. Today, Jesse is responsible for backpack and guitar case maker BOLDFACE's eCommerce and global sales operations.Jesse's success as a small business operator includes being named Businessperson of the Year by the United States House of Representatives (32nd Congressional District) and being featured in countless articles, blogs and podcasts. Jesse was co-host of CNBC radio's Two Men in Your Business and is also a contributor for and has written several books and hundreds of small business-related articles.Jesse is a graduate of UCLA and is a Southern California native. He has been married for over 20 years and is the father of two amazing daughters.  FAQs The bootcamp sold out before I was able to register. How can I register for the waitlist or the next bootcamp? Attendance to this bootcamp is limited. If the course is sold out send an emaili to the presenter at [email protected] and request to be added to the waitlist. If space does not open you will receive a notice for the following bootcamp. Attendance is kept small to encourage discussion and maximize value to attendees. Where do I park? Plenty of free parking is available on 190th Street. Building parking is very limited and fills quickly. What can I bring into the event? Bring a notepad and plenty of questions. While there will be structure to the course there will also be the opportunity to go "off script" to address specific questions and challenges. Although eight hours may sound like a long time you will find yourself wondering where the time went. So be prepared with specific questions you may have to make sure you get the most from the eight hour boot camp! Can I bring a laptop and will there be wifi? You may bring a laptop. The facility will have wifi available. Will food be provided? Coffee, juice and bagels will be provided in the morning. Sandwiches and soft drinks will be provided during a "working lunch." Cookies and soft drinks will be provided in the afternoon. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? The best person to contact will be the presenter. You can contact Jesse Torres by email at [email protected]  Allow him 24 hours to respond as he receives many emails. Can this program be provided to my chamber of commerce or other organization? Jesse Torres makes himself available to organizations. Contact him directly at [email protected] to obtain his speaker rate and other information. Can I attend future boot camps at no cost? Paid attendees of the Amazon Seller One-Day Bootcamp can attend "refresher' sessions as ASODB "alumni" for $20 for up to 12 months after attending the paid session. Up to 30% of each bootcamp may be comprised of alumni. Email [email protected] to obtain an alumni code for the bootcamp. The frequency of future Amazon Seller One-Day Bootcamps are dependent on demand and presenter availability. Bootcamp participants will be invited to join a private alumni Facebook group where notifications of future bootcamps will be posted.

May 28, 2019 3:00 PM

Join us as Telluride Angels launches into something larger with West Slope Angels.  As part of this launch, we're featuring five companies from the region. Interested investors will be led through a new, more formal process to invest via Special Purpose Vehicles if there is significant interest.  THE COMPANIES PITCHING on May 28th:  Kelly Klee, Aspen - Kelly Klee is the modern insurance solution for financially-successful families, covering homes, cars, valuables, and personal liability. Kelly Klee custom-tailors coverage plans backed by the nation’s leading underwriters, including Chubb, PURE, and AIG Private Client.  Using a high-tech and high-touch process, Kelly Klee brings all of its clients’ most important policies under one plan, in a fraction of time required by traditional brokers.  Kelly Klee was founded by insurance technology pioneer and Aspen local, Jon Kelly. CampV, Naturita - Let by Natalie Binder who has deep roots in the region, Camp V is a collective glamping space that incorporates history, art, architecture, design, outdoor recreation and unique sleeping spaces to bring together rural community and inspire solutions. Camp V is a 110 Acre township in rural Colorado that is broken down into two parcels with both cabins and campsites. The estimated 10yr economic impact for the region is well over $2M.  AGILE Space Propulsion, Durango - AGILE provides high performance propulsion components for satellite and space vehicle propulsion systems. Located in Durango, Colorado, AGILE’s low-cost bi-propellant thrusters address future needs in the Civil, Defense, and Commercial space market. AGILE is responding to the industry need for more versatile and better performing propulsion systems that can be delivered in shorter schedules and lower cost than currently available from existing providers. AGILE’s experienced propulsion design team solves this problem by rapidly developing advanced 3D printed flight thrusters in our state of the art test capabilities - producing qualified space engines in half the time, and for half the cost of comparable engines. Infocu5, Telluride - Led by Telluride native, Jake Bush, Infocu5 provides a suite of product features and a singular web based software application to allow small and medium sized businesses to bring all of their customer data and administrative processes into one place. This holistic approach in combination with deep 3rd party integrations also delivers an access point to the INFOCU5 marketplace of high-end customer service agents, sales agents, and marketing publisher professionals to seamlessly scale without compromising the customer experience. Full transparency throughout this process provides affordable and sustainable growth opportunities for direct-to-consumer businesses that directly contribute to increased customer lifetime value and loyalty. GoTie, Grand Junction - Hear from GJ local Adam Lucero and the man who convinced Chuck Norris to wear a tie. GoTie is the world's first and only pre-tied adjustable necktie. It fits anyone 5 to 7' in seconds and saves everyone the hassle and frustration of tying a tie in the first place. Using our multi patented slide-knot innovation, our neckties are able to slide through the knot which allows the wearer to adjust the length of the tie while it's worn. GoTie comes fully assembled, never needs to be tied or untied and has the perfect knot every time. With over $30M in ties sold in the previous five years via product licenses, Adam is ready to take this to market directly himself.  ElevenPine, Durango - Tom Barney, former CEO of Osprey, will showcase their innovative shorts that convert from form-fitting to loose and casual to keep you comfortable and help you perform for all your activities. Eleven Pine currently will have 17 styles this year and is positioned to grow quickly through both e-commerce and wholesale channels. Agenda:  3pm - 5:15pm: Drinks and light apps provided 3:15pm: Overview of West Slope Angels & transition of Telluride Angels - Shawn Bertini & Marc Nager 3:30pm: Five Companies Pitch - 5 minutes each + 3min for Q&A 4:30pm: Investor Only Session for interested investors. Overview of West Slope Angels Process using example companies. 

Jun 03, 2019 6:30 PM

This is a course for beginners which introduces students to computer programming by presenting the fundamental concepts and terminology of programming. Skills in designing and writing simple computer programs are developed.     Schedule This is a week day course held on monday and wednesday every week between 6:30 and 8:30 PM US Pacific time. The course starts on June 3rd and ends on June 26, 2019. Please check your local date and time for first session. Please see at the bottom for more detailed weekly course schedule     What you will learn Learn programming concepts and terminology; read, trace, and understand simple code; write, test, and debug code to solve problems, and use IF statements and loops. Identify and write basic programs using constructs, such as variables and constants.   Who can take this course This course is designed for students interested in learning general programming concepts. This course also provides a foundation for students desiring to learn one or more programming languages. This course is intended to be an exposure to programming for students who have never seen or worked with programming languages.   Prerequisite Windows and basic computer proficiency The prerequisites are considered to be the basic skills and knowledge needed prior to taking this class. Instructors will assume your readiness for the class materials and will NOT use class time to discuss prerequisite materials.   Course Contents Introducing Basic Concepts Overview of program execution path Overview of high level programs Overview of programming styles: procedural, structured, event-driven Overview of basic terminology: functions, procedures, classes, objects Introducing Microsoft C# .NET Explain the development environment Explain the assignment statement syntax Explain the syntax used for comments Code first program Explain basics of a C# program Using Elementary Statements Describe data types and literals Explain variables and constants Explain arrays Explain IF statement Explain loop statements Using Operators and Expressions Explain expressions Describe operators: arithmetic, assignment, comparison, logical Describe value data type versus reference data type Describe use of reference type variables Describe data type conversion Describe comparisons of number and string data types     Refund Policy 100% refund can be applied if request is initiated 24 hours before the 1st course session. If a class is rescheduled/cancelled by the organizer, registered students will be offered a credit towards any future course or a 100% refund. Detailed Course Schedule This course is attended by students from across all time zones in US, Canada and countries around the world including UK, many European and Asian Countries as well as Australia. Please check your Local Date and time for the first session and subsequent sessions as well.  June 3, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 5, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 10, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 12, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 17, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 19, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 24, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST) June 26, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time (US PST)

May 25, 2019 4:00 PM

             Welcome to the Camp Marimac Charity Bash*** Presented by: The Peachtree City Convention and Visitor Bureau                                 Proudly Sponsored by:  Georgia Tour Company  & Chris Twellmann / German Abraham  We are pleased to announce that we are putting on a charity event on May 25th, 2019 at Marimac lake in Senoia Georgia! We will not be charging fans for general admission to attend, all we ask is you bring to the event non-perishable food items that will be donated to "Backpack Buddies of Georgia" or a cash donation. 100% of all proceeds will go to local charities. We will have food and drinks available for purchase on site along with music & entertainment. We will have actors signing autographs and doing selfies (for a charge) along with many great vendors & artists booths for you to shop at! What better way is there to support the community and give back...We have a great line-up set for you all, we will have featured artists and actors along with vendors! Spend YOUR money on what YOU want. This is a free TWDFamily event. Hosted by TWDFamily members and TWD fans, just like you!   Whether it be a piece of amazing art, a shirt, some earrings… That new bag you have been eyeing, or that autograph/selfie from your favorite actor you have been wanting to get. We have some more great things lined up for you, as we get things set & in place we will keep you updated. So with that being said…….. MARK YOUR CALENDARS for May 25th, 2019 Please be sure to follow our Facebook/Twitter & IG pages, and on our website for more updates, announcements and additional events throughout the weekend!  Website:  Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: We thank you all for your support, and we cannot wait to see you all there!  Charities: Backpack Buddies of Georgia  S.A.A.G. / Southern Animal Alliance Group  More to come Featured artists: Rob Prior Xander Berkeley: (Gregory on The Walking Dead, Magistrate Hale on Salem, George Mason on 24, Percy Rose on Nikita) Click here to purchase Xander's pre-sale autos/selfies or to schedule an exclusive portrait sitting Oscar Rodriguez III: #OscarsRedHat Robin Overton: The Black & White Guy  Brittany Vaughan: Pixie Crystals Will Torres Johnny Green Media/MC's:  Brandon Davis (  BeaztModeNY Dead Cast ( )  Auto/selfie combo included in the limited bundled ticket option for guests listed below with (*) in front of their names  Celebrity Guests:** Pollyanna McIntosh  Jadis / Anne on The Walking Dead Writer / Director of the upcoming movie Darlin’ (due out summer 2019) Clara on Lodge 49 “The Woman” in The Woman Heapsters reunion photo ops tickets available here  Pollyanna Solo Photo ops available here  Heapsters Exclusive tour with Georgia Tour Company available here  IronE Singleton   T-Dog on The Walking Dead  Alton on Blindsided  All autographs/selfies must be purchased in advance for IronE:  Click here to purchase IronE tickets  *Ann Mahoney Olivia On the Walking Dead  Gladys Presley on Sun Records Gleema Perdue on Logan Lucky Click here to purchase Ann's Pre-sale Autos/selfies  *Sabrina Gennarino Tamiel (Heapsters) on The Walking Dead Madelyn (leader of The Matron Saints) On The Purge TV series Bethany on Claws Click here to purchase Sabrina's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Thomas Francis Murphy Brion (Heapsters) On The Walking DeadReverend Lewis on Salem (TV Show) Mr. Haddonfield / Claude on American Horror Story Elias Hood: Free State of Jones Click here to purchase Thomas's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Lindsley Register Laura on the Walking Dead Dharma Caulder in the History Channel TV series “Six” Karl Makinen Richard on The Walking Dead Inspector Randy Hollister on Twin PeaksGeneral Braxton on Strange Angel Detective Furst on Desperate Housewives *Carlos Navarro Alvaro on The Walking Dead Mateo on Bloodline Marco Ortiz on Madden NFL 19: Longshot Homecoming (Video Game) *Steve Coulter Reg Monroe on the Walking Dead John Owens on The Purge TV Mitch Scanlon on House of Cards Carl in Insidious: Chapter 3 Coach Pom Pom On BrockmireGeneral Childs in The Birth Of A NationFather Gordon in The Conjuring 1&2 and in the upcoming Annabelle Comes home Click Here to purchase Steve's Pre-sale autos/selfie  *Peter Luis Zimmerman  Eduardo On the Walking Dead  Click here to purchase Peter's Pre-sale autos/selfies *Jeremy Palko Andy on the Walking Dead  Nicholas Widmark on Bloodline *Lew Temple Axel on The Walking Dead Mayor Bob Coletti on 5th Ward Terry (Kidnapper) in the movie Kidnap  Click here to purchase Lew's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Vincent M. Ward Oscar on The Walking Dead Bo on The Starter Wife  Hollis on True Blood Thile in the movie Death House *Markice Moore Andrew on The Walking Dead  Ryan Payne in Tyler Perry’s The Payne’s Andrew on Meet the Browns Austin on ATL Click here to purchase Markice's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Nick Gomez Tomas on The Walking DeadDwight Brisco on LongmireNick Riley on Bosch Marco Santos on General Hospital Oscar Ruiz on Snatchers Frank Morgan on The Red Road El Sapo in Dexter *Jason Kirkpatrick Alex on The Walking Dead Big Mike in The True Don Quixote Aaron Dale Burkeen in Deep Water Horizon Mike in "Stay at Conder Beach" (post-production) Click here to purchase Jason's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Emma Coulter Whisperer on The Walking Dead Juanita In The Devil All The time (currently filming & due out 2020) *Amber Dawn Fox Officer Bello on The Walking Dead Click here to purchase Amber's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Jake Kearney Nelson on The Walking Dead Gravedigger on Lore Brandon on Cleveland Border Patrol Click here to purchase Jake's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *Chris Greene Savior on The Walking Dead Oscar on Outcast Nathan Wielder: on Atlanta Nelson: The Birth of a Nation Deputy Martinson: on The Vampire Diaries *Jeff Wagoner Savior, Walker, Whisperer & Kingdomer on The Walking DeadOrderly on The ResidentMystic Falls Resident on Legacies Click here to purchase Jeff's Pre-sale autos/selfies  *W.F. Bell Savior on The Walking Dead  JD Haun Savior on The Walking Dead Click here to purchase JD's pre-sale autos/selfies  Skylar Felton Savior on The Walking Dead Brandon Hardison Savior, Walker, Whisperer on The Walking Dead  *Indiana Sifuentes Savior on The Walking Dead  Click here to purchase Indiana's pre-sale autos/selfies Stacey Crowder Savior on The Walking Dead  Adam Channing Savior on the Walking Dead  Click here to purchase Adam's Pre-sale autos/selfies  Warren Franks Savior on the Walking Dead  ****More announcements coming soon: Food & Drink service: McMaster BBQ & Catering **Bundle Ticket Menu posted below** Lisa’s Creperie  Dixie Dogz Food and drinks will be available for purchase at regular price during the event. **Unlimited drink packages will NOT be sold separately, They will only be available with the bundled ticket option** **Guests are subject to cancellation/schedule changes, due to professional or personal commitments.  >All Weapons are strictly prohibited ***Not affliliated with AMC

Jun 07, 2019 8:45 AM

ThriveKids™ PA Day Camps offer your kids an incredible fun filled day with exercise, learning and lots of fun! SuperHero Circuit™ - high energy brain boosting workout Artsercise™ - incredible combo of arts and movement Nature is Nurture - outdoor activities Table Gaming -social skills through play Robotics & Coding Yoga & Mindfulness - an amazing day ending in calm TKI Parkour/FreeRun Bring running shoes, water bottle, change of clothing, and snacks. Hours- Monday to Friday 8:45am to 5:00pm (after 5:00pm $1.00 per minute) Important Information: A pre-registration intake process will be completed prior to this event. At that time we will make a determination as to whether your child requires one-to-one , individualized assistance or any additional supports. If your child currently does require these supports in school they will most likely require them in our programs as well. Please note there will be an additional cost for individualized support services.  1. It is very important to identify your child's conditions should they have any exceptionalities whatsoever. An intake process will then be followed in order to aid TKI (ThriveKids, Inc.) in providing the best possible care and assistance for your child during our programs.  2. If your child requires personalized care assistance or one to one care at school, they will also require personal assistance for our programs. Please let us know if this will be necessary well in advance of our programs, so that we may offer you the best and most affordable help.  As well, if you have a personal care worker you would like to bring with your child, you must tell us well in advance in order for us to accommodate both your child and the worker.  To contact TKI to discuss your child's needs, please contact us at [email protected]

May 24, 2019 11:00 AM

Welcome to Wisdome LA - new immersive art park in Arts District We are dedicated to presenting the avant-garde transformational experiences and unforgettable events in a unique Los Angeles Arts District multiple projection domes setup. SAMSKARA is an immersive art exhibition featuring works of transformational artist Android Jones. Samskara includes: Full dome mapping projection show Android Jones art gallery Microdose VR experience Interactive photo experience  Video about Samskara  What is SAMSKARA?  Samskara (sanskrit संस्कार)) is the scope of experiences which we collect through our life journeys: the infinite flow of feelings, actions, ideas, choices, and emotions. Good samskara is driven by positive experiences and deeds, while negative samskara is the result of evil or selfish thoughts and actions. Samskara allows us to experience inner conflicts, conflicts between people, nations, religions, and generations, through which we evolve to a more industrial world and end up with complete destruction... but total devastation clears the path for rebirth and revival, and the eternal quest for light, magic, goodness and harmony in better, more spiritual, realms. You make the choice... Links: Website: Instagram:  Facebook: / Hours of Operation: Thursday 11am - 9pm (Doors close at 8:15pm. Final Samskara showing is 8:30pm) Friday 11am - 12am   Friday Samskara After Dark Special Events from 7pm - midnight (additional fee) Saturday 11am - 12am, after 6pm Samskara experience will be playing in one of our smaller domes Saturday Samskara After Dark Special Events from 7pm - midnight (additional fee) Sunday 11am - 9pm (Doors close at 8:15pm. Final Samskara showing is 8:30pm) Tickets for regular operating hours maybe be used for other dates as long as the ticket has not been scanned. Re-entry for the day is welcomed. Rain or Shine, we are open.  After Dark Special Events have live musical performances, food, beverages and cash bar available, as well as a variety of performances from sound healing to a journey through the stars. (Regular admission does not include special events, guest are welcomed to upgrade at anytime if tickets are still available.) Box office last call is at 10:50pm   Doors close at 11pm   No re-entry after 11:30pm We are closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  What is the location? Wisdome LA 1147 Palemetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Where can I park? There is no private parking space. You can park on the street for FREE or use a public parking facility nearby called Mateo Garage at 1262 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Uber & Lyft is highly suggested.  How much are tickets? Standard - $29.00 Student - $19.00 (Must have student ID to redeem ticket at the door) Military - $19.00  Senior - $19.00 (Ages 55 and under)  Child  - $9.00 (Ages 12 and under) Group tickets 5 tickets for the price of 4 10 tickets for the price of 8 Please contact us [email protected] for more information about the group ticketing 

Jun 06, 2019 12:00 PM

You are invited to the best free fitness events in Canada's capital.  Join us for a 5th summer season of Movecamp - powered by Green Beaver.  MoveCamp is about getting people moving and having fun at the same time. We create an inclusive environment where no matter your fitness or skill level you have a place to move your body free from judgement. The 12-week summer fitness series begins Thursday June 6 on the lawn of Parliament Hill. We meet every Thursday 12:00-1:00pm until the end of August. MoveCamp is open to all ages and we encourage everyone to attend as we provide options for every fitness level. Participants should wear comfortable clothes and running shoes and bring a water bottle and exercise mat.WHEN: 12:00-1:00pmWHO:Open to the public. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Register at www.movecamp.caOPPORTUNITY:• Get in shape with Ottawa top fitness experts as they share their expertise at MoveCamp on the hill• Complimentary event open to adults of all ages and fitness levels• Participants should wear comfortable gym clothes and running shoes• Participants should bring a water bottle and yoga matWHAT TO BRING:- A yoga mat- Sunglasses- Water bottle- A great attitude- Your co-workers, family and best friends to sweat with you!Help us create a #phitottawa and to get our city moving! ABOUT MOVECOLLECTIVE After four successful years of providing free fitness classes on Parliament Hill we are excited to announce more locations and dates across Canada. “It’s not about how hard you push or how much you sweat, but about listening to your body and taking care of yourself. In many cases, less is more,” says MoveCamp founder Mia St-Aubin.In addition to the free 12-week summer fitness series on Parliament Hill and Ottawa City Hall, MoveCamp will offer fitness events in Toronto and Montreal and conferences workshops and lunch and learns around Ottawa to educate the public on how to truly live a healthy life, taking into account mind, body and spirit through education and movement that makes sense. The next MOVECON conference is November 23 at the Ottawa Art Gallery. MoveCamp kicks off the 2019 season with National Health and Fitness Day on Parliament Hill on Saturday, June 1, 2019. 

Jun 07, 2019 6:30 PM

Camp Fire Mural Series “Beauty from Ashes” By Shane Grammer and Terence Duffy  Art Exhibition Fundraiser to support Paradise Artists, Survivors Friday, June 7, 2019 Chico/Paradise, CA – Artist, Shane Grammer and Photographer, Terence Duffy will host a fundraiser art exhibition to benefit local artists and survivors of the Camp Fire, set for Friday, June 7, 2019 at the Northern California Museum of Art, 900 Esplanade, Chico, CA. Murals painted by Grammer and photographed by Duffy, sponsored by Hughey Phillips LLP and others, will benefit the Museum of Northern California Museum of Art’s Summer School for trauma victims of the Camp Fire and ongoing programs at Paradise Arts Center. The exhibition will start at 5pm with a VIP event reception for sponsors, donors, and special guests including artists meet and greet, art installation reveal, and more. Main event: presentations from survivors, local officials, survivor updates, victim memorial, a live painting experience by artist Shane Grammer, photo ops with the artist and photographer, poster and canvas painting raffles, as well as posters and art pieces for purchase. “Beauty in Ashes” was conceived when Shane Grammer saw a picture of a friend’s home lost in the Camp Fire.  Grammer contacted his friend to see if he could paint a picture on his fireplace to symbolize that there is still beauty among ashes.  It was the first of many murals that Shane painted in Paradise. In Grammer’s word “I wanted to paint something that brought hope in the middle of complete destruction.”   Exhibition Details: Who: Camp Fire Mural Series “Beauty from the Ashes” What: Art Exhibition Fundraiser to support Paradise Artists and Survivors When: Friday, June 7, 2019, VIP reception will be from be from 5- 6:30 pm, doors open to the public 6:30-10pm Where: The Museum of Northern California Art, 900 Esplanade, Chico, CA VIP sponsorships from $1500 to $500 plus individual tickets: $100 for the VIP Event, $25 for the Main Event are available at or monca 530.487.7272  Ridge residents FREE with proof of residence. See below for sponsorship details. Sponsorship Levels: First Responders- $1,500+ 4 VIP/ Main event tickets; 8 complimentary drink tickets Company logo prominently displayed on all print media; full page ad in program Signed print from photographer, Terence Duffy Exclusive raffle for an original Shane Grammer painting #Butte Strong- $750 2 VIP/ Main event tickets; 4 complimentary drink tickets Company logo displayed on all print media; half page ad in program Signed print by photographer Terrance Duffy Reflective- $500 2 VIP/ Main event tickets; 2 complimentary drink tickets Company logo displayed on all print media; quarter page ad in program We welcome your support at any level, and would be thrilled if you give more! The Museum of Northern California Art (monca), at 900 Esplanade in Chico, CA has been providing exhibitions and community events since opening in July of 2017. Its mission is “to make art accessible and promote awareness of Northern California artists through collections, exhibitions, and educational programs.” The museum has become a cultural hub in the Chico and surrounding area. Docent led classroom experiences, museum tours on-site, concerts and performances are what make monca the place to be. About Paradise Arts Center Paradise Art Center, with its Wheeler Gallery, has been supporting, encouraging, and teaching visual arts in our community in excess of 60 years.  Its historic 100-year-old building survived the Camp Fire in November 2018. Although many of our members have had to relocate as a result of this devastating catastrophe, the Art Center is committed to re-opening our facility and continuing our mission to expand and enrich the lives of Ridge residents with art by summer of 2019.

May 28, 2019 8:00 AM

Camp Elevate 2019  Join us for the most unique approach to coaching development you'll ever experience. Camp Elevate is an event that brings coaches of all sports together in beautiful Colorado Springs, CO to learn, grow and connect. It's a time for you as a coach to reflect, learn, grow and rejuvenate your coaching spirit! Read More at → We challenge our coaches with questions like:  What does being a successful coach look like for you?  How do you feel about yourself? Do you like what you do? Do you like how you're coaching? Success is liking who you are...Liking what you do and..Liking HOW you do it!-- Maya Angelou Camp Schedule and Speaker Info: To see Camp 2019 Schedule Click here! To See Camp Speaker Bio's Click Here! We have Goals: Create a space where coaches learn and grow both Personally and Professionally. Provide Skills and ideas you can take back and implement immediately into your program Introduce you to Celia Slater, True North Sports and a community of coaches you can rely on for support and ideas long after Camp is over! Re-ignite your creativity and innovation skills as a leader and as a coach. Have FUN... rejuvenate your spirit, inspire and motivate you!! We Win - topics & activities for 2019: Celia Slater: The Power of Owning your Personal Story! Inspirational Speaker Chad Hymas will kick our event off by touching your soul! Dr. Tiffany Jones: How to create "Mind Gyms" to develop mental toughness and focus in your athletes. Becky Burleigh: A FULL Day of "Dare to Lead" leadership training. Becky will walk us through the material in Brene Brown's new best-selling book, Dare to Lead. Becky is being trained and certified in this work in March 2019.  Leadership Challenge labs: Small group work to collaborate on situations that all coaches face with their team or staff. Creating a culture where the giving and receiving of feedback is safe and productive. Mental Training 101 for individuals and teams. The way of Mini Challenges to build habits and change behavior. Evening activities to tap into your creativity and innovation as a coach. Coaching Idea Collaboration lab: All participants will bring and share their best ideas on a variety of topics. We will spend one morning in the mountains hiking with Retired, Major General, Barb Faulkenberry. (USAF) Details: When: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 5:00pm MST - 1pm MST Friday, May 31, 2019. Where: University of Colorado Colorado Springs Transportation: Fly into Colorado Springs or Denver International Airport  Denver airport is 1.5 hours north - Camp Shuttle provided for $40/each way, Colorado Springs airport 20 minutes from campus - taxi or Uber available More Information at  Additional Offerings (add now, or purchase later!):  2 Pre-Camp Workshops - starting 3:00 pm MST on Tuesday, May 28th! Assistant Coach Workshop:Shannon Wells, Associate Head Volleyball Coach, University of FloridaShimmy Gray-Miller, Assistant Basketball Coach, Clemson UniversityPhil Sayers, Associate Head Basketball Coach, Grand Valley State University** Topics: What makes a great assistant coach and Recruiting 101. Head Coach Workshop with Kelly Dolson on "The Art of Decision Making" and decision making lab.

Jun 05, 2019 6:00 PM

“MAKING POLITICAL ART: Expression of a Movement” Art in Oakland and the Greater Bay Area has long been a tool for activism—from political posters to social movements. In this first speaker event of Oakland Art Murmur’s new series, we ask important questions about the confluence of art and politics, such as ‘How do deep divisions in our political scene affect the way we view art today?’ ‘Should we perceive political art differently; and if so, through what lens?’ Following the presentation, attendees are invited to meet the artists and panel moderator, mingle with other audience members, and delve deeper into the evening’s topic—all while enjoying some of Royal Coffee’s finest. Wednesday, June 5th, from 6pm – 8pm The Crown: Royal Coffee Lab & Tasting Room2523 Broadway, Oakland, California Tickets: Join in stimulating discussion. Meet other Oakland art lovers.*$15 in advance, $20 at the door Featured Arts Professionals Hear the insights and experience of three artists who make political statements through their artistic media that comment upon or promote change to the status quo.   Mark Harris, Panelist Mark Harris, award-winning artist, activist, and educator combines passions for art-making and activism, creating a unique visual vocabulary and engaging audiences on critical issues facing society today. Having established a strong, independent voice, Harris is one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most controversial artists, with The Metro Silicon Valley News calling his work “brilliantly subversive." Harris’ expanded practice includes mentoring at-risk youth through art education programs and teaching art at schools including Lycée Français de San Francisco and Yang Fan Academy. He has worked with the ArtSpan Youth Open Studios program as an Artist Mentor in San Francisco. In 2017 Harris received the Teacher 4 Social Justice award. Harris' evocative, elegant and dynamic creations have caught the eye of international and domestic art collectors alike. A native of Durham, N.C., Harris grew up in Atlanta, Ga., and now resides in San Francisco.   Sawyer Rose, Panelist Sawyer Rose is a sculpture, data visualization, and social practice artist. Throughout her career, Sawyer has used her artwork to shine a spotlight on contemporary social issues, such as The Carrying Stones Project which addresses women’s work inequity. Sawyer co-curated the 2019 exhibition titled F213 with the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art curatorial collective. The exhibition spotlights powerful artistic expressions of feminist protest, with 50 artists paired with 50 writers offering their responses to current injustices. She has been a resident artist at MASS MoCA, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture in San Francisco, Vermont Studio Center, Ragdale Foundation, and The Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland. She has been awarded merit grants from The Creative Capacity Fund, The Awesome Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, and Sawyer is President of the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art.    Jeff Kelley, Panel Moderator/Facilitator Oakland resident Jeff Kelley has been a practicing art critic since 1977, writing reviews and essays for such publications as Artforum, Art in America, and the Los Angeles Times. From 1993 – 2005 he taught Art Theory and Criticism at the University of California, Berkeley. Kelley was also the Consulting Curator of Contemporary Art at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco from 1998 – 2008, where he developed the museum’s contemporary exhibitions and publications programs. During the past several years, he has written for Artforum about internationally known artist and activist Ai Weiwei, and has contributed essays on Liu Xiaodong to catalogs for the Mary Boone Gallery in New York and the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. He recently completed a book-length essay on the paintings of Martin Mull, and for the past several years has conducted interviews with artist John Mason for an upcoming book on his work and career to be published by Scripps College.  (additional speakers to be announced) About Oakland Originals™ Art Speaker Series This series is designed to engage the public with artists and art professionals in lively conversations that: make the visual art world more approachable; spark dialog with others interested in art; provide an intimate understanding of local artists; and explore emerging trends in the art world and the local art scene. Held in intimate settings across Oakland neighborhoods, participants are able to learn about art and artists’ work on a deeper level.   *     Content Notice and Permissions     This event is geared to adults, teens and younger children may participate. Not appropriate for children 7 or younger. When you enter a Oakland Art Murmur, Inc. (“OAM”) event or program, you enter an area where photography, audio, and video recording may occur. By purchasing an event ticket and/or entering the event premises, you consent to interview(s), photography, audio recording, video recording and its/their release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction to be used for news, web casts, promotional purposes, telecasts, advertising, inclusion on websites, social media, or any other purpose by OAM and its affiliates and representatives. Images, photos and/or videos may be used to promote similar OAM events in the future, highlight the event and exhibit the capabilities of OAM. You release OAM, its officers, board members, and employees, and each and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing, or publication and use of interviews, photographs, computer images, video and/or or sound recordings. By entering the event premises, you waive all rights to any claims for payment or royalties in connection with any use, exhibition, streaming, web casting, televising, or other publication of these materials, regardless of the purpose or sponsoring of such use, exhibiting, broadcasting, web casting, or other publication irrespective of whether a fee for admission or sponsorship is charged. You also waive any right to inspect or approve any photo, video, or audio recording taken by OAM or the person or entity designated to do so by OAM.

May 24, 2019 10:00 AM

Year 10- here we come! Join us for the 10th Annual California Roots Music & Arts Festival on May 24 - 25 - 26, 2019 at the historic Monterey County Fair & Event Center in Monterey, CA. 3-Day General Admission Tickets On-Sale NOW! CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT CALIFORNIA ROOTS REDWOOD PASSES: The California Roots Redwood Pass, formerly VIP, provides the ultimate festival experience with the added bonus of supporting the Cali Roots Reforestation initiatives! The one of a kind experience gives fans awesome perks such as separate viewing areas, lush lounges, swag bags, and so much more!  Commemorative Laminate w/ special  X Lanyard Swag Bag full of special goodies & 2019 Pint Glass Redwood Pass T-shirt 2 Redwood Lounges w/ bars and snacks 2 Elevated viewing areas 2 Redwood Trees planted in your honor: Separate Redwood Entry- festival and main stage Live video & audio streaming in lounges Redwood Passes are SOLD OUT! To Buy or Sell your Redwood Pass, visit the official Lyte Ticket Exchange HERE! PAYMENT PLAN: Learn more about our Affirm Payment Plans HERE GLAMPING: On-site Glamping is back! Spots On-Sale NOW. Max of 4 Guests per spot. All Glampers must have a 3-day ticket to the festival. Learn more HERE.   SOLD OUT LAGUNA SECA CAMPING: Camping at Laguna Seca is back! To reserve by phone, call 831-242-8200, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Campgrounds FAQS and Information can be found HERE. SHUTTLES: Shuttles run all day starting at 9 AM from two Laguna Seca Shuttle stops. This is the safest and easiest way to get to and from the offsite camping options. Learn more HERE. PARKING:   Offsite parking is on sale now.  Offsite parking is located at Monterey Penisula College and includes free shuttles to and from the festival grounds for everyone in the vehicle.  LODGING: Recieve the lowest room rates in Monterey AND offset your trip's carbon footprint by booking a Cali Roots Hotel powered by TripZero. Learn more HERE. ADA ACCOMMODATIONS: Read about our ADA programming at Cali Roots HERE. RSVP TODAY! RSVP to Cali Roots VIBES HI-FIDELITY EARPLUGS: Protect your ears with these decreet and reusable earplugs designed for live music! Hear true, natural, HD-sound with hi-fidelity earplugs. Learn More HERE. $20 includes shipping. On-Sale Now! CHILDREN: Kids 10 and under are free with a paid adult.  QUESTIONS?: Drop us a note on our Contact Us page. More details coming SOON regarding Camping, Shuttles, and more! REFUND POLICY: All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be provided. In the case of a cancellation, all tickets will be valid at the rescheduled date. Refunds will be issued if a rescheduled date does not take place within 180 days. Stay tuned to our social media for details on line-up announcements and other festival information. #Road2CaliRootsX #ItsAMovement