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All workshops and groups are free and start at 6:30pm at NCTV's studio at 158 Main Street! All are welcome, under 16 with a parent/guardian.
November 7, 2017: Live Streaming Learn about what it takes to live stream on different platforms such as YouTube and how you can utilize this technology!
November 14, 2017: NO WORKSHOP Due to Town Meeting, we will not host a workshop on the 14th.
November 21, 2017: Film Discussion Group We'll take a look at family friendly films in this session and common themes throughout.
November 28, 2017: Screenwriting Group Writing is hard, but we want to help! This screenwriting group is meant to serve local screenwriters who want support. The group is open to all writing levels, and we encourage anyone to join. We will offer time for table reads to workshop member's screenplays, helping the writer work through dialogue and story development. We will also plan discussions about various writing aspects including, structure, formatting, keeping on schedule, defeating writer's block, character development, and more.
To sign up for a workshop or group, head to our website www.norfolkcable.com/workshops
Plan now to start the holiday season by enjoying an enchanting evening on Wednesday, November 8 when the Garden Club of Norfolk presents Holiday Magic at 7:00 PM at the Freeman-Kennedy School in Norfolk. The highlight of the event will be Allen and Bea from Windfall Florals of Falmouth who will be challenged to create holiday designs in containers supplied by Garden Club members. Members have been busy searching for odd or unusual containers to make the challenge more fun. Come and watch the designers use their magic to create some very special holiday decorations and along the way you will get some valuable tips on making your own original holiday arrangements. All of Allan and Beas floral creations - containers included - will raffled at the end of the program. Lucky winners will take home a unique design and everyone will be inspired to be their own floral designer. There will also be an impressive number of other donated raffle items. Adding to the magic will be an assortment of delicious refreshments and nominally priced holiday ornaments made by club members. Be sure to get your ticket now, as there are a limited number available at $10 each. Each ticket will include one free raffle ticket when presented at the event. To purchase your tickets, please contact: Tricia R. - email@example.com, Anne P. firstname.lastname@example.org, or Michele D. email@example.com.
My name is Jennifer Cote, and I recently opened Exhale A School of Dance in Norfolk! We run our classes out of the beautifully, historic Norfolk Grange Hall (28 Rockwood Rd). Our mission is to encourage the joy of individual human expression through the collective experience of dance and movement. Life skills are taught in our classrooms such as: teamwork, inclusiveness, leadership, ``I can'' confidence, a strong work ethic, accountability, and the importance of community involvement.
We offer empowering, inspiring classes for all ages. Exhale has classes for the two-year-old student learning to live life rhythmically, through the adult needing a place to destress with exercise and music. *Exhale is excited to announce that we will begin offering Saturday morning classes in January* along with our Monday and Wednesday evening programs!
Life is dance; come join our passionate dancing family!
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2/23, 2/25 Norfolk Historical Commission will be selling sweatshirts for $35 at the Library on February 23rd and 25th between the hours of 10:30 - 1:00--in case we run out we will be happy to put one on order for you. If you have any questions please feel free to email NHC@virtualnorfolk.org or leave a message at 508-528-2604.
4/23 Father of Ecology Focus of Documentary Showing at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Norfolk Green Fire film connects legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold with modern environmental projects.