“The show is just a fun way to hang out, make new friends, and celebrate all the talent in St. John’s and beyond,” Sharpe said, “It’s also a way to make it through the winter without feeling isolated.”
Part of what makes Little Nest Children’s Community different from other daycares is their commitment to strengthening kids’ relationship to nature. “Kids approach the world with a sense of awe and wonder anyway, so we want build on that.”
Noel learned she was pregnant with triplets just as she was preparing to begin her post-doctorate work in Seattle.
Rural Newfoundlanders are legendary for their attachment to home, but few hold a candle to Stan Deering.
“It’s not just about learning all the neat science, you learn so much about yourself and the world in general.”
“Getting kids on horses, fostering awesome mer-art that shakes up gender in a playful way, and having a time while at it. Hasan Hai is the role model we need for a new millennium.”
The St. John’s Status of Women’s Council’s Feminist in Residence, Chandra Kavanagh, is giving a talk titled, “Feminist Activism: A toolkit” at Memorial University on Monday October 30th at 12:00pm in room SN-4087, as part of the Department of Gender Studies Speaker Series.
Impact Construction is 1 of 3 remarkable social enterprises operated through Choices For Youth.
You can vote for her at the Futurpreneur website until October 18th.