Archive for December, 2009

Salon! You’re On! Jan 23, 2010

Salon Jan 23, 2010

Eth-Noh-Tec presents
Salon! You’re On!
Saturday, January 23 at 7:00pm

Jerry Falek, Storyteller/Conflict Resolution Activist
Irina Rivkin, Vocal Live Looper
Gary Lapow, Songwriter/Photo Projections
Mimi’s Makeshift Players, Theater Troupe

977 South Van Ness Ave
between 20th and 21st Streets
near 24th Street Bart & Muni
San Francisco, 94110
Map of Our Location

Donation: $5-$15
New: all Alumni Salon Artists are free.

We invite you to bring a dish to share with the new artists and community.

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Eth-Noh-Tec Winter Newsletter

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Read our Newsletter in PDF format.

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Green Grow the Teachers!

Call Out for Teachers in San Francisco
Eth-Noh-Tec is looking for 5-6 San Francisco teachers who have a passionate commitment to positively impacting global climate change to help heal our planet. Teachers will act as consultants to help Eth-Noh-Tec with their exciting project Green Grows the Story: Empowering our Youth, Healing our Planet.
Storytelling, Curriculum & Activism
Come alive with story writing and performance by the students. (for more in-depth info on project visit www.ethnohtec.org and click onto Green Grows the Story).

Get Together!
(3-4 meetings: between January – April). We need teachers:
2 elementary teachers
2 middle school teachers
1-2 high school teachers.
Gift for Students or School: Each teacher will receive a $100 certificate from Office Depot or art store and a FREE storytelling concert from Eth-Noh-Tec for their school. Each teacher will provide their own classroom for dialogue with Nancy and Robert that will help us further develop our Green Grows the Story project.

How to Apply:
1) a paragraph why you’re interested and what you’ve already been doing about Global Climate Change
2)  your name, phone number and email address, and…
3) the name of the school you’re teaching in and grade level. Thank you so much.

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Filed as: At the Moment, Green Grows the Story, Programs