connect.faith community eventsThe Creativity Lab
Introducing “The Creativity Lab” | March 3 at 7:30pm
Introducing Creativity Lab
With Ike Sturm, Debbie Bronkema, and Friends
Beginning on March 3 from 7:30 – 8:30pm
and then every 1st and 3rd Wednesday
The Creativity Lab is an opportunity for you, whoever you are! Creativity gives you a chance to express yourself and let your imagination, your personality, your interests and your passions come together in a way that makes you feel fully alive – fully present to the moment you are in.
This lab will be a chance for you to hear other people’s stories, learn from their process, and explore the creative process yourself. Bring paper and pen, and prepare to play together in a creative environment! Come join us and see if there might be something you haven’t yet discovered about living life today!
Your hosts will be Ike Sturm and Debbie Bronkema, and our first guest will be Tabreeca Woodside. Tabreeca is an amazing singer, who has been exploring her sense of connection between her spiritual side and what some might see as secular jazz. Come and hear about Tabreeca’s creative process, meet some interesting people, and exercise your own creativity on March 3rd from 7:30-8:30.
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