FOR THE WILD | An Informal Sharing of Dance & Music Works in Progress

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45 W Hastings St

45 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 1G4


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Dearest friends, family and loved ones,

We will be holding an informal sharing of dance and music works in progress to raise money for The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society “CPAWS”, to raise awareness of the very real climate crisis we are experiencing and to offer a space for freedom of expression and deepen our connection to nature.

Our sharing will be:


*Doors Open at 730pm. We will have space for sharing after the performances to connect with the artists.

*Admission is by donation (option to pay via cash/card at the door)

Space is limited so please RSVP via eventbrite in advanced!


Rachel & Ben Helten

Sophie Brassard (Performers: Charlotte Newman, Carly Davis, Rachel Helten, Sophie Brassard & Jenna Kraychy)

Alina Sotskova (Performers: Alina Sotskova, Rachel Helten & Sophie Brassard)

Chelsea Goddard

Shion Carter

Kestrel Paton

Claire Plunkett- Blazi

Jenna Kraychy & Kayla Devos (Performers: Charlotte Telfer-Wan, Rachel Helten, Chelsea Goddard & Carly Davis)

Nathan Marsh


1) Attend our event! Donations will be collected at the door. (Cash or Card). Please RSVP in advance.

2) Contribute to our Online Giving Page:

3) Educate yourself, contribute to charities, volunteer, learn ways to live sustainably (I have lots to learn), support one another, help raise awareness!

*The entrance is in the alleyway behind The Karma Teachers entrance. The door has a sign that says “Phoenix”. We share space with The Karma Teachers and there will likely be class in session. To respect the process of our neighbours we will need absolute silence upon entering the building. Once you are in the studio space feel free to talk and share. One of our beautiful volunteers will be at the door to greet you and direct you up stairs.

*Our event is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.

*We will have some chairs and pillows but most seating will be on the floor. If you or a loved one needs/prefers a chair let me know via email

Thank you enormously to the artists and volunteers for offering their time, energy and brilliance!

*We acknowledge 45 W Hastings is located on the unceded, ancestral and traditional Coast Salish territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) people. As artist that live, work and play on these lands, we strive to be allies with, to learn from and to acknowledge the rights of indigenous peoples.

*Supported by Future Leisure-

*In collaboration with Voirelia: Dance, Psychology & Philosophy Hub-


CPAWS protects wilderness in every corner of BC and deep into the ocean:

People Powered Preservation for a Wild Future:

A group of teens from across Metro Vancouver coming together to demand action on climate crisis:

PLEASE VOTE! For the making of the documentary What About Our Future? Created by: Jaime Leigh Gianopoulos It’s “ A coming of age story of a teenage environmental leader facing the threat of climate crisis while completing highschool”

Listen to Greta Thunberg and be inspired:

“About Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)

CPAWS is Canada’s voice for wilderness. Since 1963, we’ve led in creating over two-thirds of Canada’s protected areas. That amounts to about half a million square kilometres – an area bigger than the entire Yukon Territory! Our vision is that Canada will protect at least half of our public land and water. As a national charity with 13 chapters, 60,000 supporters and hundreds of volunteers, CPAWS works collaboratively with governments, local communities, industry and indigenous peoples to protect our country’s amazing natural places. We’re also on guard to ensure that our parks are managed to protect the nature within them.

Our Mission

CPAWS envisages a healthy ecosphere where people experience and respect the natural ecosystem.

We will achieve this by:

* protecting Canada’s wild ecosystems in parks, wilderness and similar natural areas, preserving the full diversity of habitats and their species;

* promoting awareness and understanding of ecological principles and the inherent values of wilderness through education, appreciation and experience;

* working co-operatively with government, First Nations, business, other organizations and individuals in a consensus-seeking manner, wherever possible.

CPAWS believes that by ensuring the health of the parts, we ensure the health of the whole, which is our health, too.”

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45 W Hastings St

45 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 1G4


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