A good memory is not exclusive to a lucky few, anyone can use memory training to develop their full potential.
Do you have trouble remembering the names of people you have just met? Do you struggle to recall dates, facts or phone numbers? if you do, then the Art of Memory is for you. GNAG is pleased to present this special workshop on memory training with renowned mindreader Jaymes White. Jaymes has appeared on CBC, CTV News, and Rogers, and his live shows continue to astound audiences across the country. In addition to teaching at various universities, Jaymes also trains law enforcement officials, detectives, and business leaders on observation, memory, and handwriting analysis. Jaymes will provide participants of the workshop with a fresh insight into the hidden powers of the human mind. Memory training is an essential tool for professional and personal development, why struggle when you don’t have to?
The Dance Show will take place on Thursday, March 21 in the Main Hall of The Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group (GNAG), located at 175 Third Avenue, at the corner of Lyon and Third.
Admission is FREE! Get inspired! Join us for an evening of great dance shows!
Performances by Emilie’s adult classes (winter session). Hip Hop Level 2, Reggaeton, Sass Level 2, Dancehall Funk Level 1, Dancehall Funk Level 2, Street Dance Level 2, Street Dance Level 3, Burlesque Level 1 and BPM Dance Troupe!
After Party at P&Q Glebe, located at 779 Bank Street, near Bank and Second Avenue. It’s a 5-minute walk from GNAG. Wear comfortable shoes and expect lots of dancing!
Taste in the Glebe is a high point on the local food and drink calendar, recognized throughout Ottawa as one of year’s best cocktail parties. This year, the 21st edition of Taste in the Glebe will take place Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 6:00–8:30 pm.
The event is also a crucial annual fundraiser for GNAG. The monies raised go to our Community Development Fund (CDF) which subsidizes families across Ottawa so they can participate in GNAG’s many recreational, social and cultural activities. The CDF also provides for capital and community projects. Our Integration Support Program (ISP) has largely been funded by the CDF and provides one-on-one help for kids with special needs to attend our programs and camps.
Main Event Ticket SOLD OUT: Please call 613-233-8713 to be placed on a waitlist: $70
Premier Tutored Tasting SOLD OUT: Please call 613-233-8713 to be placed on a waitlist: $115