An “eco-lyric song-writing workshop” will be held November 4, from 10 am to 12:30 pm, at the TRU Arts and Education Building (2nd Floor), to be followed at a later date by a performance event. Participants are asked to register in advance by email. Continue reading Music for the planet: An Eco-lyrics workshop!
George Johnson’s play Boomerangst, an eco-comedy featuring idealistic seniors attempting to protect their paradise from environmental threats, runs in Kamloops June 8-17. Continue reading Boomerangst coming our way soon
Celebrate Earth Day, April 22nd, and support Chimera Theatre, a grass-roots, independent company to mount its production of George M. Johnson’s award-winning eco-comedy, Boomerangst. Continue reading Earth Day fundraiser for new eco-comedy
Climate scientist Elin Kelsey in Hope Matters writes, “We can choose the stories we live. We are shaped by the stories we tell. Hope lies in the capacity of stories to transform.” Imagining is key. So, here are some what ifs that occurred to me, without regard to cost or practicality. Continue reading What if…
Join us for a special Climate Cafe: a candlelight vigil to reflect and share our love for our planet, our concern for ourselves and our fellow human beings at risk from climate change, and our hopes for truly transformative action to happen at COP and through each other. Continue reading Climate Cafe: Nov 10 @4pm, Smorgasbord Deli
Transition Kamloops member George Johnson has gathered a list of recommendations to help inform and inspire us as we tackle the climate emergency. Dig in! Non-fiction: Berry, Thomas. The Great Work. Three Rivers Press, 1999. “Only in literature, poetry, music, … Continue reading George’s Climate Crisis Reading List