Use email marketing to communicate your company’s messages. Attend this workshop and we will demonstrate and walk you through the set-up and help you get your first email out.
This practical workshop will give you a concise, but comprehensive overview of how easy it is to create and send professional-looking emails to customers and prospects. You will learn how become comfortable and proficient with using email marketing to attract new business!
Who Should Attend:
This basic training workshop is geared towards those new to email marketing or considering adding email marketing to communicate to customers and prospects. This is a hands on in person training workshop.
Pre-registration required to ensure a definite count of attendees!
COST TO ATTEND:
ADVANCE REGISTRATION: $30.00
For event information and registration click here: http://bit.ly/2EWk2b9
Registration Closes – Monday, March 19th
In 2015, postpartum depression left Brooke searching for an identity beyond parenting and partnering. Like many, she felt a sexier self-was underneath her other roles but no one was helping her, nor her peers, access it. Brooke decided to give moms just like her what they secretly craved: honest, open conversation about the struggles of staying sexy amid the craziness of a busy life. Brooke connects with women quickly and potently. Why? Because she’s just like them: a frazzled mom, a busy wife, a woman who struggles with her post-baby body daily. Her blog, social media posts and speaking engagements produce an inspiring chorus of “me toos!” from women across the country who are desperate to be heard, understood and most of all, lifted up. Having formerly run marketing & promotions at top women’s magazines like InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and O, The Oprah Magazine, Brooke leverages her former role as a fashion and beauty influencer to not only change women’s sex lives but to change women themselves. Oh yeah, and she’s addicted to vibrators.
Brooke will offer guests really easy, really attainable ideas for growing their sexual self-confidence – both inside and outside the bedroom. She will outline 5 simple ways to unlock your sexiest self and then showcase gorgeous and effective play things that will help guests actually DO what she suggests. Mainly she targets moms and their particular struggles but can certainly address ALL women.
California’s largest annual Hispanic culinary celebration, ¡Latin Food Fest!, takes place March 23–24, 2018 at Santa Monica Pier Beach (1550 Pacific Coast Hwy, Santa Monica, 90401).
The sixth annual action-packed line-up features a festival kick-off party “Mexico In 32 Flavors,” high energy multi-sensory street food experience “Mercado,” and the festival signature event “Gran Tasting,” which is the epitome of culinary festivals with cooking demos, live music, michelada contest, spirits expo, wine workshop, and tasting tents serving food, wine, spirits and beer.
For more information, visit http://www.latinfoodfest.com
Workshop size: 20 kids
Registration Closes – Friday, March 16th
Yay! Spring is officially here!
In this workshop, each Lil’ Dreamer will create a Springtime puppet monster to chase away the last traces of winter. Using a variety of paper manipulation techniques, artists will have fun using their imagination to dream up what their own springtime monster would look like if they were to come across one. Artists will consider personalities monsters might have (scary, silly, spooky, etc.) and will learn how they might match and combine collage techniques (textures of paper, ways of changing paper with their hands and scissors, etc) in order to depict features of their monsters.
ABOUT THE SHOW
From ANNIE to PHANTOM to WICKED, this fall-down funny, satirical roast of over 30 Broadway hits features outrageous costumes, silly spoofs of the songs you know by heart and madcap impressions by a stellar cast! Newer spoofs include HAMILTON, THE BOOK OF MORMON and ONCE. It’s never been more fun poking fun at your favorite musicals and stars! A New York sensation for 35 years, a talented quartet of comic chameleons throw out pointed parodies at a dizzying pace. Whether you are a seasoned theatre-goer or new to it all, the Tony Award® winning Forbidden Broadway is your one-stop ticket to non-stop laughs: a hip and fresh view of theatre’s tried and true that will leave you begging for more!
Forbidden Broadway is the recipient of a Special Tony Award®, an Obie Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award and the Drama Desk Award for Best Off Broadway Musical, and a 2013 Drama Desk Award nomination for its most recent edition, Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!
PAC audience favorite Orpheus Chamber Orchestra creates extraordinary musical experiences, performing music at the highest level, challenging artistic boundaries, and inspiring the public.
Schubert and Prokofiev always followed their hearts and their ears, even when the world misunderstood them.
Schubert never had a symphony performed publicly in his lifetime, but he conjured masterful sounds in the “Unfinished” Symphony that he abandoned midway, inexplicably. Music from Rosamunde — one of his many failed attempts to break into the theater world— matches the intensity of the “Unfinished” Symphony, and may have actually begun as its finale.
Prokofiev endured his own rejections during his years of exile in Europe, especially once he turned toward a self-described “new simplicity.”
The Georgian violinist Lisa Batiashvili brings her insightful perspective to Prokofiev’s elegant Second Violin Concerto, a work steeped in the crosscurrents between Russia and the West.
SCHUBERT Entr’acte No. 1 in B Minor from Rosamunde
PROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 63
PROKOFIEV/CHIHARA Schubert Waltzes Suite
SCHUBERT Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759 (“Unfinished”)
Join us at 7:15 for a pre-concert Artist Talk. Free with your ticket.
Tickets: $80 / $65 / $50 / $25
WAR, from the very beginning, in 1969 was a concept and musical laboratory to experiment with the blending of many musical styles and influences. They wound up being honored with 17 gold, platinum or multi-platinum awards, which included the triple platinum “The World Is a Ghetto” and double platinum “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” The group garnered excellent reviews from mainstream and music press alike after touring extensively across Europe and the United States. England’s New Music Express called WAR “the best live band I ever saw” after their first UK gig in London’s Hyde Park. Musicians on both sides of the ocean were buzzing about this new band. Jim Hendrix jammed with WAR at Ronnie Scott’s Club the night on which Hendrix died. In late 1971 WAR released All Day Music, the title track would be the group’s first hit single, and their first gold single “Slippin’ Into Darkness” followed propelling the album to over 1 million sales and a winning streak that would continue for years. In 1972, the band’s sound was refined and deepened with the release of The World is ghetto; a celebratory, reflective, and gritty album which was recorded in just 29 days with Goldstein and legendary British recording engineer Chris Huston behind the recording console. Its first single, “The Cisco Kid” shipped gold and brought the band a following in the Hispanic community that has remained loyal to the group to this day. The thought provoking title song “The World Is A Ghetto” fueled the album to the Number One chart spot in Billboard and was voted Billboard’s Album of the Year. WAR’s global popularity is a tribute to the timelessness of its music and message. Perhaps, nothing epitomizes this truth greater than the fact that WAR has twice been honored by its hometown of Los Angeles, over twenty years apart, for its music making positive contributions to the betterment of the community. “The world is still a ghetto,” singer/keyboardist Lonnie Jordan said, echoing the title of the early album and song. “There will always be a reason to play our songs. When you come back to reality, you pull down WAR, because WAR is reality.”
Saturday, March 24
Two Sessions: Noon-1:30pm & 2-3:30pm
Join instructors from New Canaan’s own: My Cupcake Party at our Easter Cupcake Decorating Workshop!
Drop off your kids for Easter treats and creative fun with friends at the Carriage Barn Arts Center. During the workshop, kids will receive step by step hands on instruction in creating 4 custom Easter Cupcake designs. When the cupcakes are completed, we will use a collection of supplies to package each treat individually for gift giving.
Ages 5 – 8, space is limited
Cost: $50 per child / $45 for CBAC family members
Register online at www.CarriageBarn.org
At her private “Ho Hum Hollow Farm,” Pamela Page maintains a 10,000 square foot kitchen garden where she grows almost 200 different kinds of fruits and vegetables, everything from the usual farmer’s market produce to rare or heirloom varieties such as Chinese watermelon radish, purple carrots, multi-colored cucumbers, white beets, and black tomatoes. In more than 300 images, Pamela takes us through the evolution of her kitchen garden, from early inspirations to the challenges and rewards of growing your own. Before and after Pamela Page’s lecture, representatives from Turtle Tree Seed will offer some of their favorite varieties of seed for sale. Co-sponsored by The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program, the Cary Institute, and Innisfree Garden.