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Do SMART People Prefer SMART Events?

From: user 7.
Sent on: Sunday, November 30, 2008 10:19 PM
Hello Smart People.

Given the incredible amount of group intelligence in SMART Singles, Laurence and I thought that there might be also an interest in organizing events that challenged us, and got us hanging out with the other Smart people in Vancouver.

I have offered a selection of events that I took from Common Ground, The Georgia Straight and Business in Vancouver to see if other people in our group we?re excited about attending these events as well.

A great example of a SMART Event would be attending a lecture by David Suzuki on climate change at UBC.

Below is a list of SMART Events that seemed interesting. Please take a look at them and then visit our new poll. It is only one question so should take about five seconds to answer.

Thanks

Heron Free
SMART Singles Assistant

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http://www.meetup.com/smartsinglesvancouver/polls/160746/

Possible SMART Events:

1) Our Southern Neighbours
Dec. 4, 2008
SFU communications professor Roman Onufrijchuk discusses Canada's relationship with the U.S. and the significant effect it has on our economy and history. More information at www.sfu.ca/philosopherscafe/falsecreek/
Admission $5

2) Retro Design And Antiques Fair
Dec. 7, 2008, 10 am?3 pm
Featuring 175 vendors of jewellery, decor, linens, textiles, kitchen collectibles, accessories, dolls, toys, period lighting, and pottery, as well as appraisals by Gale Pirie.
Tix $4

3) Identifying your customers: the keys to market research
Monday, December[masked], 9:00am - 10:30am
You have a business idea that everyone says you should pursue. But how will you figure out if there?s a large enough market for your product or service to support you in your own business? Learn market research techniques in this seminar.

4) A Mountain Year
Dec. 8, 2008, 7:30 pm
Slide presentation by Chris Czajkowkski, author of A Mountain Year: Nature Diary of a Wilderness Dweller.
Free admission
Vancouver Public Library Central Branch (350 W. Georgia)

5) Wired Woman Games Night Mingler ~ a little networking, a little mingling ~
Tuesday, December[masked], 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Sponsored by BIG FISH GAMES and WOMEN IN GAMES INTERNATIONAL, Supported by NEW MEDIA BC :: A pre-holiday mingler with games, networking with some great people involved in technology and lots of door prizes. An event not be missed!

6) Building Power Without Domination: New Approaches To Social Change
Dec. 10, 2008, 12-1:30 pm
The Hollyhock Leadership Institute and Hollyhock Foundation present Judy Rebick, publisher of Rabble.ca, in a lunchtime lecture on new approaches to social and political change that build on the knowledge and practices of the women's movement. More information at www.hollyhockleadership.org/
Tix $15/12
UBC Robson Square (800 Robson)

7) The Emperor Of Atlantis
Dec. 18, 2008, 7 pm
An introduction to The Emperor of Atlantis, an opera produced in 1944 by inmates at a Nazi concentration camp, and an examination of the life and musical career of composer Viktor Ullmann.
Free admission
Vancouver Public Library Central Branch (350 W. Georgia)

8) Exotic Cabaret With Stiletto Storm
Every Sun
Weekly Sunday supper club with acrobatic dance show. More information at www.stilettostorm.com/
Tix $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Maxine's Hideaway (1215 Bidwell)

9) DEC 13
Shamanic Drummng and Dreaming Circle: Saturday, 7-10pm. Experience insight/healing from your Nature Spirit Animal Totem guardians. Vancouver Multi-Cultural Society, 1254, W. 7th. Donation. Earthsong Healing Circles. 604.418.9636.
www.shamanichealing.info

10) DEC 14
Josephine Harrison, artist-writer and humanitarian talks about documented unexplained healings and phenomena appearing in media reports from all over the world. Presentation 3 pm, Sunday, YWCA Hotel, 733 Beatty, CANFOR Room. Free event sponsored by Tara Canada. Donations gratefully accepted.

11) The December Man (homme">L'homme de d?cembre)
From Thursday, November[masked] - 8:00pm
To Sunday, December[masked] - 4:00pm

Join Green Theatre Thumb at the Vancouver premiere of Colleen Murphy's Governor General's Award winning play, The December Man (L?homme de d?cembre)! This a heart breaking play leaves you speechless as you witness the aftermath and devastation of tragedy. Address: Performance Works, Granville Island

12) DEC 20
Luminance - A Multimedia Winter Solstice Celebration Film, ecstatic dance ritual, performance, visionary art, music and dancing until 5am. Scotiabank Dance Centre. Tickets, information: www.ekstasisdance.com/luminancev[masked]


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