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PRESENTS

THE HEALING
POWER OF ART

Engaging Millennial Minds // Series 4

Creative activities are therapy for the mind. Whether it’s writing, sewing, playing music, or painting, a creative outlet can improve your mental clarity.

Creativity can reduce your stress and quell anxiety, increase and renew your brain function, and improve your mood. Art also enhances the communication between different parts of your brain, which is vital for preventing cognitive deterioration. These mental and emotional benefits play a huge role in achieving long-term wellness.

Join us to learn about the role art can play in health, wellness, and managing stress, plus enjoy an art workshop with oil and chalk pastels as well as a full watercolour experience.

WITH SPECIAL GUEST

OR HAR-GIL

OR HAR-GIL
Art Therapist

EMCEE

LAURIE PILTZ

LAURIE PILTZ
Young Person’s Cabinet
Board Member

Tuesday jan 14, 2020 | 6:30-9:00 PM
Peter Pan Bistro | Upstairs
373 Queen St W. | Toronto

Tickets:
General Admission: $40 | Millennial Minds Member*: $20

PURCHASE TICKETS

Light Refreshments will be served.

Proceeds support

Charitable No: 80099 3206 RR0001

*MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS PRIVILEGES! FOR MORE INFO VISIT:
womensbrainhealth.org/millennial-minds

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Details

Date:
January 14
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://emm_arttherapy.eventbrite.ca/

Venue

Peter Pan Bistro
373 Queen St W. (Upstairs)
Toronto, Ontario M5V 2A4 Canada
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Notice regarding our events and COVID-19

Your safety is our top priority. In light of the ongoing social distance requirements, Women’s Brain Health Initiative has rescheduled its live events to 2021.

For fall, we will be hosting livestream events and hope that you’ll join us. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.