Finding your voice

Joan McIntyre

Next weekend, Joan McIntyre brings back Finding Your Own Voice, a singing workshop for those who always wanted to sing, but are sure they can’t.

“Besides being fun, singing is a natural, therapeutic, healing release which many of us deny ourselves. Heartfelt singing lifts the spirit, opens the mind and creates presence,” said McIntyre, who is a professional singer and retired Okanagan College English professor.

“No one needs special training or even previous experience in singing to find their own voice. All that is needed is a heartfelt desire to overcome their reluctance.”

The workshop takes place Oct. 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 3301-22nd St., Vernon. The cost is $75.

For more information and registration, call 250-549-7107 or e-mail caeli@telus.net.

 

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