Calendar of Events
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Class cost: $180
Min students: 6
Max students: 15
Class Dates: Thursday, September 7-October 26 (8 weeks)
Time: 7-9 pm
Location: Whitmire Activity Center, 310 Lily Pond Dr, Hendersonville, NC 28739
Must be 18+ to attend
Last class will include a showcase of student’s work on the Hendersonville Theatre stage, which will be open to the public
The last day to receive a full refund is August 7, 2023. After August 7, 2023, no refund will be issued.
Get ready to unleash your inner comedian and dive into a world of laughter and creativity in our fall adult improv class! Prepare to think on your feet as we explore the exciting realm of improvisation. Through a plethora of entertaining theater games, we’ll challenge your creative instincts and coax out your wonderfully silly side.
In this class, you’ll have the opportunity to craft scenes entirely from scratch, using your own unique ideas and boundless imagination. We’ll guide you in mastering the art of creating dynamic and unforgettable characters, employing the power of your body and voice. Get ready to captivate audiences with performances that will leave them in awe!
To top it all off, we’ll culminate the class with a special showcase, allowing you to proudly demonstrate your newfound improv skills to your family and friends. Whether you’re an experienced performer or just starting out, this class is designed for anyone who craves the thrill of having fun and expressing themselves through the art of theater.
Don’t miss out on an unforgettable fall season filled with laughter, camaraderie, and personal growth. Enroll now and embark on a journey that will unlock your comedic potential and leave you with memories to treasure!
Presenter(s): Chris Grasinger + Panelists
Virtual via Zoom
Transitioning out of your business or selling a part of your business can be a complex process. This session will provide guidance on preparing your business for sale, including valuation methods, legal considerations, and marketing strategies. We will also address succession planning, exploring options such as transferring ownership to family members, employee owned, or seeking external buyers. Gain insights into maximizing the value of your business and ensuring a smooth transition for all stakeholders.
Succession Planning and Business Continuity
- Identifying potential successors and planning for leadership transitions
- Establishing a comprehensive succession plan and exit strategy
- Ensuring business continuity and preserving company values
Chef Corso will host a premiere of his new show, Outdoor Eats TV, at 7:30 p.m. on September 27th at WNC Outdoor Collective in Black Mountain, NC. The show takes viewers on adventures following a professionally trained chef as he whips up actually good meals for backpacking with items from your local market. Enjoy the episode and a backcountry cooking workshop following.
Join us in The Solarium for a powerful workshop led by Rachele Scevola aka The Breath Nurse. Rachele will guide you through a transformational breathwork session to help tap into your inner beauty, allowing you to bloom into our most vibrant, abundant, and radiant version of yourself—from the inside out.
Early Daoism was essentially a reflective and contemplative practice that aligned the adept to the natural phenomena of the world. Intrinsic in such meditations was the individual’s connection to the forces of nature and their movements. As these vectors of energies became internalized, the Daoist adepts were able to “capture” or “summon” such forces and displace their dynamics into objects — eventually relegating their intentions onto mediums of writing (e.g., silk, bamboo, and paper) that became known as Fu-talismans. This workshop will introduce participants to energetic symbols and the cultivation of drawing upon those symbols into empowered paper.
Please note: Calligraphy supplies are not included in the course fee. Supplies can be purchased on Amazon or at many art supply stores. You will need:
– Calligraphy brush.
– Ink stick (we will not use liquid ink)
– Ink grinding stone
– Calligraphy paper (also called xuan paper or rice paper), approximately 11×17 or 10×18 inch size. You will want something larger than 8 1/2 x 11 paper.
– Newspaper to protect your work surface and cloth rag to clean up any messes
Just like the names of Chinese acupuncture points, there is much richness in the names of herbs used in Chinese medicine. Drawing upon folklore, philosophy, and history, much of the names of the herbs confer the experiential realizations of their “discoverer”, the mundane to the extraordinary revelations exemplified by the plants, and the reverence accorded to their existences in fostering healing and evolution of humanity. Studying herbs can be as entertaining and provocative as poetry. This two-day class explores how some formulas represent the intricate weaving together of each plant like an acupuncture trajectory that offers a pathway to understanding, healing, and liberation.
This class is taught by Master Jeffrey Yuen who is one of the most sought-after teachers of Classical Chinese medicine in the world.