Workshops

Work in progress at KiwiRail Hillside workshops

Tuesday, September 21, 2021, 11:32 a.m.Press release: KiwiRail The largest workshop in KiwiRail’s South Dunedin Hillside Workshops is on the verge of collapse as a major redevelopment of the historic site is underway. This month, specialist contractors will be arriving on site to prepare for the demolition of the former …

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Banking Workshop Teaches Budgeting – The Hawkeye

You ate out every day this week. You bought new clothes that you didn’t need. Now you avoid checking your bank account. Every student has been there. That’s why Alpha Kappa Alpha’s Zeta Theta Chapter held a workshop last week to teach students how to be smart with money. Making …

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Screenwriting workshops target teenage voices

The Arkansas Cinema Society is giving teens a chance to make their creative voices heard through two youth script labs offered in Helena and Springdale. The Springdale Lab, which will take place at the Teen Action Support Center at Center on Emma Ave., will run from October 11 to November …

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Return of the composting workshops with the Master Gardeners

The Master Gardener program at the University of California in Ventura County offers a free workshop called “Composting and Vermicomposting Basics” three times in October. The Master Gardener composting workshops, which return after three years, will be held in Oxnard, Santa Paula and Thousand Oaks. Even if your garbage hauler …

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“Judi Bari’s Car Bomb: A Community Remembers:” Mendocino County Museum exhibit and workshops begin September 18 • The Mendocino Voice | Mendocino County, CAThe Mendocino Voice

MENDOCINO Co., 09/17/21 – Many North Coast residents have their own memories of Judi Bari and Redwood Summer, and starting this weekend a new exhibit and series of events will open at the Mendocino County Museum in Willits highlighting his life and environmental activism. The exhibit will feature materials from …

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Racial Equity Workshop – Door County Pulse

Sturgeon Bay – A link between environmental justice and social justice is increasingly direct, said Matt Luders, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Crossroads at Big Creek. “Don’t hide behind the argument that our mission does not include this,” he said. “A healthy Earth should be an equitably distributed …

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Online CBT Workshop Improves Outcomes of Postpartum Depression

A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) workshop could yield several positive results for mothers in the treatment of postpartum depression (PPD), particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. A team, led by Ryan J. Van Lieshout, MD, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, McMaster University, determined whether a one-day CBT-based online workshop …

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