(1) On the morning of Wednesday, May 16, 2012 we will help you move to the next level in your breakthroughs with a brand new Lessons in Leadership “Winning Workshops” event. Again, our friends at UNC-Asheville are making the Kimmel Arena facility available to us (along with the arena itself, there are some amazing rooms available for workshops and break-out sessions), and the organizing team are planning to get things rolling at 8:30am until 11:30am.
This will be a FANTASTIC, engaging, and exciting event that will leave you at level 10 energy to tackle even the toughest challenges. Winning Workshops will present three dynamic presentations that will help you breakthrough in key areas to your success:
– Breakthroughs in RELATIONSHIPS – both personal and professional.
– Breakthroughs in dealing with CHANGE
– Breakthroughs in PERSONAL ENERGY
These will be fast-paced, participative sessions led by three of the most vibrant and talented speakers and teachers in Western North Carolina. PLUS, the one and only George Fleming will be back by overwhelming popular demand to emcee the morning.
George’s unmatched gift for mixing humor with powerful learning points will elevate the Winning Workshops event to the top!
This kind of event typically costs at least $100 per person. But in the unstoppable spirit of Lessons in Leadership, your cost is once again only $20 to register! This is definitely an event you’ll want to share with your entire team! And, as always, all the proceeds will be donated to local WNC charities.
So, why not go ahead and click here to register yourself and your team now!
(2) Love Among the Frankensteins (May 3-June 9) by Steven Samuels
Thursday, May 3 at 7:30pm – Saturday, June 9 at 7:30pm
“Love Among the Frankensteins (A Monstrous Comedy)” tells the story of Henry Victor Frankenstein Whale, a wealthy filmmaking descendant of both the lost line of the Frankensteins and James Whale, director of “Frankenstein” and “The Bride of Frankenstein.” At a crucial moment in his career, Henry moves to the real Castle Frankenstein in Germany, only to discover that the original Frankenstein monster and his Bride are not only alive and kicking but presently occupy the castle, and they’ve embarked upon an experiment that will either solve Henry’s problems or create “a race of devils” that destroys him.
Tickets: $13 Thursdays, $16 Fridays and Saturdays
($8 previews May 3 and 4. $16 opening night gala May 5, includes post-show champagne and dessert.)
For tickets or reservations, please visit http://www.themagneticfield.com, call 828-668-2154, or stop by The Magnetic Field at 372 Depot Street in Asheville’s River Arts District.
Written and Directed by Steven Samuels. Starring Jeremy Brett Carter, Courtney DeGennaro, Alphie Hyorth, Tracey Johnston-Crum, Darren Marshall, Joan Atwood, and Rodney Smith.
Sets and props by Annette Griffin, lighting by Ryan Madden, costumes by Naomi Dunn, sound design by Mary Castellaneta, choreography by Kathleen Hahn, puppets by Madison J. Cripps, murals by Christy Farmer, practical electrics by Lauren Bacchus, set construction by Mike Coghlan, juggling assistance by Keith Campbell, stage management by Justin Evans, assistant stage management by Dylan Jung. Produced by Chall Gray.
For more info, visit http://www.themagneticfield.com/love-among-the-frankensteins
(3) RSVP~ Your Volunteer Center for the Second Half of Life
Want to volunteer in your community but don’t know where to start, already volunteering but want to try something different? We invite you to attend a Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Information Session in which you will receive a short orientation to RSVP, enjoy a guest speaker and then receive volunteer placement assistance from our RSVP Coordinator.
On Tuesday May 8th, 2012, 9-11 am at the Reuter Center, Room 205, we welcome guest speaker from the ABCCM’s new program Circles.
Circles bringing volunteers together with families in poverty to offer encouragement, coaching and wisdom. Circle volunteer teams meet with families monthly for eighteen months over a shared meal to discuss and plan strategies to overcome barriers to getting out of poverty, such as improving self-sufficiency and expanding social networks. This is your chance to be a friend to a struggling family giving them the support they need to be successful.
For more information, contact Patti Cameron, Lead RSVP Coordinator at the Land-of-Sky Regional Council, 828-251-6622 or email@example.com.
(4) Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective Presents
Romulus Linney’s A Lesson Before Dying
1 Script + 2 Casts = Multiple perspectives
The performance times are as follows
Asheville High School Theater (from Victoria Road)
Call (828)275-2093 for tickets and additional info
Directed by Steph Hickling Beckman and Scott D. Bean
Presented in support of the YWCA Stand Against Racism Campaign in association with the Asheville High School Thespian Society