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We haven’t scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there’s one you can attend!

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My 4-H Story

BY MACKENZIE KERR
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 01, 2015

Without 4-H in my life from day one, Mackenzie Kerr would not have been able to present this PechaKucha infront of you today! She started in 4-H at age 12 starting with horse and dog projects and today she is honoured to represent BC 4-H at a Provincial and National level. She is a BC 4-H Ambassador and Youth Advisory Committee rep. for 4-H Canada.  She is currently studying at CNC taking "Natural Resource and Environmental Technology" planning on finishing my degree at UNBC in Natural Resource Management. She works at Tim Hortons and works on her private pilot's license in my spare time! 

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Perspective Divided by Time = δ

BY JOHN MAKOWSKY
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 01, 2015

Perspectives constantly change over time, or at least John thinks they should. He recounts some highlights of great perspective shifts in his life.

John Makowsky is a young tech entrepreneur and the founder of Vector Finesse, a 3D printing startup in Prince George. He’s a storyteller by nature, and spends a lot of time “spongin”. A firm believer that being smart is cool, he is constantly learning and teaching himself (and others) new things.

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Upside Down in Korea

BY HEATHER FISHER
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 01, 2015

Heather Fisher is a mother, wife, and teacher who loves to learn new things, read, and walk.  She lived in South Korea for 4 years with her family where she was an unintentional cross-cultural disaster and an inept language learner who still managed to be an English teacher, university professor, freelance editor and writer, corporate marketing executive, ESL curriculum writer, and homeschooling mother.

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Windshield Perspectives - Moments That Change Us

BY SUSAN MAILLOT
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 01, 2015

Our perspective is like a windshield that can provide clarity and security or become obscured by damage. You choose whether to change it or live with it cracked and splintered.
 
Susan Maillot has the good fortune to travel doing what she loves – telling stories.  She believes that we are made of many stories, and it is in understanding how these stories came to be written in our souls that we understand ourselves and others.  And she loves to laugh........just sayin.
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Changing my Perspective on a Mouse

BY CHRISTINE KINNIE
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 01, 2015

Christine Kinnie is a mother of four children, daydreamer, writer, and lover of animals from a safe distance

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Wine a Little, Laugh A Lot!

BY KATHLEEN ANGELSKI
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 15, 2015

"You can make just about anything into booze, right? Dandelion flowers, rotten potatoes, roadkill, ...just about anything!" 

Kathleen thought she won the lottery when she and her new family moved into their new home and discovered a mature pear tree growing in the front yard…until they tried to eat one. The pears were either rock hard or complete mush, with no happy medium. She tried every which way to make something edible out of the fruit, but nothing turned out quite right. Kathleen finalized realized that the solution to her problem was not edible, but drinkable! Join maker and crafter extraordinaire Kathleen Angelski are she guides us through the step-by-step journey of making pear wine.

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HERstory of Make

BY DIANDRA OLIVER
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 15, 2015

Diandra Oliver is a DIY'er, feminist, writer, and radical economist in Prince George. She comes from a long line of makers and women who could turn any ol' piece of garbage into gold. Her presentation is about the origins of maker culture and the important role of punk women in changing the way we think of, make, and buy stuff.

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Artivism

BY SI TRANSKEN
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 15, 2015

Si Transken is the creator of an artivism for healing program with the Northern Women's Center at UNBC. This program has created a space for women to share their artistic expressions at various events though out the year; to sell their creations in the open space in front of the Women's Center and to participate in various workshops for healing. She is pleased to share photographs of the art and poems that emerge from the sessions.

As a survivor of abuse, Si has a deep commitment to assisting others to land on their feet - and even find their dancing feet! She is currently working toward Advanced Diploma in Art Therapy with the Vancouver Art Therapy Institute.

 

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