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2018 Events and Programs

Thank you to the GLORIA GRAY FOUNDATION, SOUTHBURY COMMUNITY TRUST FUND and the WESTERN CT MEDICAL GROUP for their support of our vision and mission.

For Information, enrollment, cancellations and tickets:
call the Arts Escape office at: 203-586-1474

All registrations need to be paid for before program/workshop date. There are no refunds for programs not attended.

Coming this Summer – Kids Art CampsPlease see our EVENT Page for our Summer Kids programs.

New this year is membership in our Threads Program which entitles’ members to an Open Studio once a month and a few “member only events.”   For details please go to our EVENT page.


Books and Bites
Facilitator, Barbara McKay

April 18 – 1 pm

In 1948, a small stretch of the Woodmont, Connecticut shoreline, affectionately named “Bagel Beach,” has long been a summer destination for Jewish families. Here sisters Ada, Vivie, and Bec assemble at their beloved family cottage, with children in tow and weekend-only husbands who arrive each Friday in time for the Sabbath meal.  During the weekdays, freedom reigns. Ada, the family beauty, relaxes and grows more playful, unimpeded by her rule-driven, religious husband. Vivie, once terribly wronged by her sister, is now the family diplomat and an increasingly inventive chef. Unmarried Bec finds herself forced to choose between the family-centric life she’s always known and a passion-filled life with the married man with whom she’s had a secret years-long affair.

But when a terrible accident occurs on the sisters’ watch, a summer of hope and self-discovery transforms into a lifetime of atonement and loss for members of this close-knit clan. Seen through the eyes of Molly, who was twelve years old when she witnessed the accident, this is the story of a tragedy and its aftermath, of expanding lives painfully collapsed. Can Molly, decades after the event, draw from her aunt Bec’s hard-won wisdom and free herself from the burden that destroyed so many others?

Elizabeth Poliner is a masterful storyteller, a brilliant observer of human nature, and in As Close to Us as Breathing she has created an unforgettable meditation on grief, guilt, and the boundaries of identity and love.

Copies are available at the Southbury Library.
Please call the Gallery to register, seating is limited.

May 16 –  Killers of The Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and The Birth of the FBI by David Grann



***  APRIL PROGRAMS   *** 

Advance Watercolor Workshop

painting by Susan Berger

Instructor, Betty Ann Medeiros
Thursdays, April 5, 12, 26, May 3 (no class on the 19th)
10 am – 12 noon

This class is for returning students and students that have watercolor experience. Advance students will be able to work at their own pace with the help and guidance of the instructor. New techniques will be introduced during this workshop as well. Enjoy working with others in a friendly nonjudgmental atmosphere.

Techniques that will be covered are:

*painting with wet on wet technique
*using masking fluid
*creating soft and hard edges and
*painting negative space

The fee for the 4-week workshop is $100.  Supplies are available for purchase and some watercolor paper is provided.


Realism to Abstract, Shifting Focus!

Previous Workshop – Student Work

Instructor, Priscilla Watson
Mondays April 9, 16, 23
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Realism and Abstract Art share the same basic, visual structure. Line, color,movement and shape are some of their shared elements of composition.  Create a personal abstract work in the media of your choice. Acrylic paint, watercolor, colored pencil and collage will be available. Subject matter will be provided. This workshop is open to new and returning students. Returning students will to continue working while new students will start with the basic exercises to formulate their own unique piece.

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $75 which includes most supplies. 


Come Play with 

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Fridays, April 6, 13,20
11:30 am – 1 pm

Celebrate National Poetry Month in April and try your hand at poetry.  No experience necessary.  In each class, we’ll explore a different poetry form.   We’ll begin with Haiku, one of the most accessible forms of poetry.  We’ll move to the fascinating Pantoum, a patterned with repeating lines which yields a structure both intriguing and revealing.  In the third class, we’ll tackle the Villanelle, a lyrical, rhyming poem that also uses a formula of repeated lines.  The instructor will guide students step-by-step in creating their poems.  

This workshop is closed.


Remember Me? A Facilitated Memoir Class

Instructor, Cindy Eastman
Fridays, April 6, 13, 20
10 am – 11:30 pm

One of the biggest questions for writers embarking on a memoir is: “What is my truth-and what will happen if I tell it?  Often when writers start out on their journey of mining their memories, they wonder what is their “truth” and then worry about what will happen if they tell this truth.” (http://namw.org/National Associate of Memoir Writers) This facilitated course will guide the writer through exercises and provides resources for creating their own memoir, for personal use or publication.

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $60. Class size is limited to 8. Closed, Now registering for May.


DRAW TO PAINT
How to take your drawing to a full color painting

Instructor, ShawnaLee Kwashnak
April  9, 16, 23, 30
10 am – 12 pm

This is a workshop for those that would like to take their drawing skills to the next level and try painting.  Here’s your chance! Media such as watercolors, acrylics, and oil paints will be covered.  Students will gain a working understanding of how to paint while practicing from life and from photographic references.  Students are encouraged to bring meaningful items and photographs to work from to each class.

This workshop is closed.


Beginning Watercolor Workshop

Instructor, Betty Ann Mederios
Thursdays April 5, 12, 26, May 3  (no class on the 19th) 
1 pm – 3 pm

The workshop is for beginners as well as students with some experience who want to review, learn new techniques, or just want to work with others in a beautiful well-lit gallery.  The instructor will cover wet and dry techniques, color mixing, layering with glazes, texturing, and masking out.   Emphasis will be on learning how to understand watercolor’s spontaneous nature and how to work with color successfully.  Students will complete the workshop with a finished watercolor painting.

The fee for the 4-week workshop is $125 which includes most supplies.  Closed Now registering for May.

 


Back by Popular Demand EVENING Beginning/Intermediate WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP

Instructor, Grace   McEnaney
Tuesday, April 10, 17, 24
7 pm – 9 pm

Think Spring! In this new evening workshop, the relaxing and calming qualities of “A watercolor mindset” will be emphasized through working in a watercolor sketchbook. The class will cover fundamental concepts in color blending, values, textures, and more. This class is ideal for beginners and intermediate painters who would like to add foundational techniques to their artistic toolbox.  By the end of the three sessions you will have created a watercolor sketchbook filled with reference information that can be used for future paintings, and as a guide for your unique, personal exploration in watercolor. All materials provided.

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $90 which includes most supplies. 

Registration is Closed for this Workshop


Spring Fling Fun
for Kids 

Instructor, ShawnaLee Kwashnak
Thursday, April 19
10 am  – 1 pm

Spring Fling Art Camp will be a fun day of exploration from drawing, painting and sculpture to nurture and enhance the skills of your budding artist!  Spring themed projects include a time lapse still life, creative drawing, pen & ink plastic eggs, watercolor painting, sculpting and more!  Classes are taught with an emphasis on personal growth and in a way to promote camaraderie.  Please wear art clothes. Materials included. For artists aged 8 & up.

The fee for the program is $60 per child.  Class size is limited to 12. 





Zentangle

Instructor, Kothy Hafersat
Wednesday, April 18, May 16, June 20
( 3rd Wednesday of each month)
10 am – 12:30 pm

The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.  Almost anyone can use it to create beautiful images. It increases focus,  creativity, and provides artistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal wellbeing. The Zentangle Method is enjoyed all over this world across a wide range of skills, interests and ages. We believe that life is an art form and that our Zentangle Method is an elegant metaphor for deliberate artistry in life. Beginners can jump in at any time too.

Zentangle will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.  The fee for the first workshop is $50 which includes a kit with all needed supplies. Additional classes are  $35 each.


Workshop Choices




CREATIVE CARD MAKING is BACK!

Instructor, Lynne Henriquez
Monday, April, 23rd
2 pm – 4 pm

 

This is a one-day interactive workshop where participants will learn to create their own personal cards from recycled and new papers, ribbon, cutouts, stamps and many other materials.  Each participant is guaranteed to leave with at least one card and with the techniques to make your own card at home.

The fee for the workshop is $30 which includes all supplies.  Class size is limited to 8.  We have one slot left.





Beginning/Intermediate  Colored Pencil Workshop

Instructor, Rita Paradis
Tuesday, April 24
10 am – 1 pm

This workshop designed for Beginners & Intermediate students.   Students will work in a small group setting of no more than 8 students with award winning artist/instructor Rita Paradis. Students will start with value exercises and basic layering techniques that will serve as a foundation for more advanced work. Those students that  attended a previous workshop will work on more advance techniques gearing up for your own personal project.  This is NOT an adult coloring activity. Once basic skills are taught students are welcome to join the the Advance workshop where students work more independently on their own work.

The fee for this workshop is $60.  Seating is limited to 8.  





UN Series-Welcoming the Stranger!



A Historic Moment:
Refugees, Immigrants, Undocumented

Wednesday, April 25 – 2 pm

The UN has human dignity at the heart of its programs. This has been solidified in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. Today, we are in the midst of a humanitarian crisis, the most extensive one since World War II. Over 60 million refugees have been displaced from their homes, while
millions of immigrants are still looking for a better life. How do we bring intelligence and heart to these challenges? In this lecture, Rev. John Carter,an Episcopalian priest working with undocumented families in Connecticut and Kara Hart, an attorney who has focused on the law to aid many who struggle with these issues, will be the keynote speakers.

Admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door.






Oil Painting Basics

Instructor, Zufar Bikbov
Saturday,  April 28
10 am – 4 pm


Level: beginners to intermediate

Oil painting can be daunting for beginners and the expense of the supplies can be a deterrent as well.  This class is designed for the student that has very little to no experience painting with oils.  Master painter, Zufar Bikbov will teach students how to use the medium, how to mix colors, layering of colors, brush strokes, color palettes and more.  This is an introduction to the art of painting with oils.  Students should bring their lunch, drinks and snacks are provided. Supplies are included in this all-day workshop.

The Fee for this workshop is $150 which includes all supplies.





Living History
The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin

Actor, J.T. Turner
Monday, April 30
2 pm

Printer, Scientist, Author, Ambassador, Philanthropist, Patriot: Benjamin Franklin has been called “the First American”. Join us as one of the world’s greatest statesmen weaves together history, civics, science, and humor. In this engaging show performed in period costume, Dr. Franklin relates true tales of his challenging youth in Boston, his days as a printer and writer in Philadelphia, and his adventures as an inventor, philanthropist, diplomat, and hero of the American Revolution.

Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door.





**** Programs in May ****

Spring Awakening Floral Workshop
Patio Primer

contributed photo – not the workshop


Instructor, Jan Peterson
Wednesday, May 2 – 10 am
Wednesday, May 2 – 6:30 pm

Want to have a lovely patio plant to adorn your front steps or outdoor table?  In this class we will work with annuals to design a patio pot that will take you through the summer.  You’ll get to know plants that work in shade versus sun, assess color and combine textures with your plants.  Bring gardening gloves, a small container (no bigger than 12” across the top), and a small bag of potting soil.

Please specify shade or full sun when registering.  The fee for this workshop is $65 which includes all plants.


Time and Sun or Shade




Having the Last Word
(Obit writing workshop)

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Friday, May 4, 11, 18
11:30 am – 1 pm

How would you like to be remembered after you die?  Expressing your vision of how you have lived your life and your personal legacy is an enriching and enlightening experience.  It can give a sense of clarity to the unique life you have lived. It’s your last chance to share your personality with friends and family, by “Having the Last Word”. All levels of writers are welcome.

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $60.  Class size is limited to 8 so advanced registration is required.




 


The Craft of Writing Dialogue

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Fridays, May 4, 11, 18
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Dialogue serves many purposes in both fiction and non-fiction. And readers don’t skim dialogue!  In this class we’ll explore the functions of dialogue and how you can bring your characters to life through this versatile element.  We’ll do exercises in class to help you develop this important skill.  If you have a work-in-progress, please bring it.

The fee for this workshop is $60 and class size is limited to 8.




 


Remember Me? A Facilitated Memoir Class
Returning & New Students

Instructor, Cindy Eastman
Fridays, May 4, 11,18
10 am – 11:30 pm

One of the biggest questions for writers embarking on a memoir is: “What is my truth-and what will happen if I tell it?  Often when writers start out on their journey of mining their memories, they wonder what is their “truth” and then worry about what will happen if they tell this truth.” (http://namw.org/National Associate of Memoir Writers) This facilitated course will guide the writer through exercises and provides resources for creating their own memoir, for personal use or publication. New and returning students are welcome.

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $60. Class size is limited to 8.





Composers with Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Who’s Who & Why

 

Lecturer, Jeffrey Engel
 Wednesday, May 9th
10:30 am  – 12:30 pm

Composers With Stars On The Hollywood Walk of FameThere are over 2500 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but  only some 60 have been given to classically trained musicians. Jeffrey Engel will present a two part single lecture devoted to Leonard Bernstein, whose birth centenary is being celebrated this year and to Jerry Goldsmith, the composer of over 160 films scores including “Rambo.” Planet of the Apes” and several “Star Trek” features. Mr. Engel will also answer the question that intrigues so many Hollywood Walk of Fame promenaders, ‘How does one get a star?’

The fee for this lecture is $15 in Advance and $20 at the door. 




This program is sponsored by the Southbury Community Trust Fund and the Southbury Film Commission.


The Reluctant Artist
Workshop

Instructor, Priscilla Watson
Mondays, May 7, 14, 21
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This workshop is for those that think they have no artistic talent and are convinced that they cannot draw or paint. This mini workshop will include a low profile, calming series of lessons. Basic drawing and painting techniques, as well as  experience with a wide variety of media. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and personal guidance. All will be encouraged to learn at their own pace. Materials will be provided.
Be brave!

The fee for the 3-week workshop is $75 which includes all supplies.




 


Advance Watercolor Workshop

Student Work, Deb Trainor

Instructor, Betty Ann Medeiros
Thursdays, May 10, 17, 24, 31
10 am – 12 noon

This class is for returning students and students that have watercolor experience. Advance students will be able to work at their own pace with the help and guidance of the instructor. New techniques will be introduced during this workshop as well. Enjoy working with others in a friendly nonjudgmental atmosphere.

Techniques that will be covered are:

*painting with wet on wet technique
*using masking fluid
*creating soft and hard edges and
*painting negative space

The fee for the 4-week workshop is $100.  Supplies are available for purchase and watercolor paper is provided.





Beginning Watercolor

Instructor, Betty Ann Medeiros
Thursdays, May 10, 17, 24, 31
1 pm – 3 pm

The workshop is for beginners as well as students with some experience who want to review, learn new techniques, or just want to work with others in a beautiful well-lit gallery.  The instructor will cover wet and dry techniques, color mixing, layering with glazes, texturing, and masking out.   Emphasis will be on learning how to understand watercolor’s spontaneous nature and how to work with color successfully.  Students will complete the workshop with a finished watercolor painting.

The fee for the 4-week workshop is $125 which includes most supplies. 




 


Painting with Oils
for the Beginner 

Instructor, Betty Ann Mederios
Fridays, May 4, 11, 18
10 am – 1 pm

This class is for students who are new to oil painting or who have painted before but would like to go back to the basics. In this class students will learn the basics of oil painting. Students will learn about the properties of oil paint and how to best manipulate the paint. They will learn about materials and how they are used while  exploring the foundational techniques such as: Color mixing,Color value, Composition, Brushwork, Paint application and Texture. Students will do small exercises to get used to mixing colors and practice the technique of fat versus lean. Students will follow along with the instructor in a step by step fashion to practice techniques and create a finished alla prima painting. This workshop is designed for those that would like to try oil painting before purchasing supplies and learning basic skills and techniques before advancing to more intense workshops.  All supplies are provided in this 3-day workshop.

The fee for this 9-hour workshop is $125 which includes most supplies.            





PAINTING with ACRYLICS

Instructor, Linda Marino
Saturday, May 5
10 am – 3 pm

Painting Trees and Mixing Greens to Create a  Spring Landscape

This workshop is for those that are interested in working with acrylic paints in a warm friendly non-judgmental environment. The one-day workshop will start will simple easy to follow lessons on mixing a variety of greens,  layering to create depth and simple brush techniques to create realistic looking trees. We will combine these lessons into one Springtime Landscape painting.   Students are asked to bring their lunch and AE will supply beverages and snacks.

The fee for the 5 – hour workshop is $125 which includes all supplies.  





Pastel Workshop Spring Flowers

Instructor, ShawnaLee Kwashnak
Mondays, May 7, 14, 21
10 am – 1 pm

By popular demand, this pastel class will focus on flowers while using the rich vibrant colors of pastels.   All skill levels are welcome!  Participants will learn about the difference between soft pastels and oil pastels and create “paintings” of each media.  Drawing skills will be reinforced as we explore and apply elements of drawing and color theory.  We will work from life and a collection of flower photographs.  Participants are welcome to bring their own flowers or references.

The fee for the 3 week, 3 hour workshop is $125 and all supplies are included.





Sewing Workshop
English Paper Piece Quilting

Instructor, Kothy Hafersat
Tuesday, May 8th
10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn English Paper piecing.  Working with precut templates, folding the fabric and then hand sewing the pieces together.  Then after the piece is created.  Learn to applique it to a base fabric and the learn to hand quilt the base fabric, batting and backing.  Each student will receive their own kit which will include: Backing, Batting, Piecing Needles, Thread, Templates, Quilting Thread and Quilting Needles and Wax.

Quilting Hoops are available to be loaned but if you have your own, please bring it.  Size 14-18 inch Hoop.

The fee for the workshop is $60. Please pick your color choice when registering.  Class size is limited to 12.


Color Choice




Artist Talk 
Robert Crawford, Book Illustrator

Wednesday, May 9
7 pm

Southbury artist, Robert Crawford will give a talk describing his approach to children’s book illustration. He will explain how he interprets text into pictures and will demonstrate his step by step method of laying out a book and taking it from concept to finish. Robert will show how he determines which manuscripts he will accept to illustrate and what makes a good children’s book.  He will talk about how his first book was actually born from a  class  that taught children’s book concepts. Robert will be teaching a class on children’s book illustration next month.

Registration is required and seating is limited.  Admission is complimentary. Please call the Gallery to register.


Evening Learn to Paint

Instructor, Lorraine Chapin
Thursday Evenings – May 10, 17, 24
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This is an introduction to painting with acrylics and oils.  First class, students will learn about the two types of paints, their effects, mixing and explore brush techniques with the two mediums.  The following two classes students will pick either acrylic or oils to work with and explore in more detail working with their medium of choice.  All supplies are included in this 3-week workshop.

The fee for the workshop is $90.





Beginning Colored Pencil

Instructor, Rita Paradis Saturday, May 12th 10 am – 1 pm

This workshop designed for Beginners & Intermediate students.   Students will work in a small group setting of no more than 8 students with award winning artist/instructor Rita Paradis. Students will start with value exercises and basic layering techniques that will serve as a foundation for more advanced work. Those students that  attended a previous workshop will work on more advance techniques gearing up for your own personal project.  This is NOT an adult coloring activity. Once basic skills are taught students are welcome to join the the Advance workshop where students work more independently on their own work.

The fee for the workshop is $60 which includes all supplies.




 


Advance Colored Pencil
Workshop

Instructor, Rita Paradis
Tuesday, May 15th
10 am – 2 pm

This workshop is designed for those students who have completed the Beginner and Intermediate workshop or for those students that have  previous colored pencil experience.  Students will continue to learn more tips and techniques for working with this versatile medium. This is NOT an adult coloring activity. Class size is limited to 10 students with award winning artist/instructor Rita Paradis.  Advance students are encouraged to bring reference materials to work on their own projects. Students are required to bring their own colored pencils to class.  We have additional pencils to purchase should you need extra colors and our studio set is available to use during class.

The fee for the 4-hour workshop is $50. 





One Day Painting
Workshop with Oils

Instructor, Zufar Bikbov
Saturday, May 19th
10 am – 4 pm

This is a one-day workshop for those students that want to learn oil painting basics or for those students that want to enhance their oil painting skills with new techniques.  All supplies are included. Students are asked to bring their lunch.  Drinks and snacks are provided.

The fee for the workshop is $150 and the workshop is limited to 8 students.





Creative Cards

 

Instructor, Lynne Henriquez
Monday, May 21
2 pm

2 pm – 4 pm

This is a one-day interactive workshop where participants will learn to create their own personal cards from recycled and new papers, ribbon, cutouts, stamps and many other materials.  Each participant is guaranteed to leave with at least one card and with the techniques to make your own card at home.

The fee for the workshop is $30 and all supplies are included.  Seating is limited to 8.





Intermediate Colored Pencil Workshop

Instructor, Rita Paradis
Tuesday, May 22
10 am – 2 pm

Students will work in a small group setting of no more than 8 students with award winning artist/instructor Rita Paradis. Students that  attended the beginners workshop or have some previous colored pencil experience will work on more advance techniques gearing up for their own personal project.  This is NOT an adult coloring activity. Once basic skills are taught students are welcome to join the the Advance workshop where students work more independently on their own work.

The fee for this workshop is $60 which includes all supplies.





Living History
Laura Ingalls Wilder

 

Actress, Sheryl Faye
Wednesday, May 23
2 pm

Laura Ingalls Wilder is our writer role model whose words bring to life the pioneer times during which she grew up. The audience will learn about her encounters with neighboring Indians, her first experiences in school, the brutal winters which almost broke her family, and the joy Laura found in the simple things in life: “love and duty, work and rest, and living close to nature.” Additionally, audience members will see the development of a writer beginning with simple storytelling, to Laura creating pictures for her blind sister, Mary, to the development of her “Little House” books at the encouragement of her daughter, Rose.

Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door.  Bring your friends and receive a discount on the second & third ticket with advance registration.


Admission




Academic Drawing
Still Life & Shading

Instructor, Betty Ann Medeiros
Wednesday, May 30
10 am  – 1 pm

This new drawing class is one of a 4-part series offered once a month with artist/instructor Betty Ann Medeiros.  Each 3-hour workshop will focus on one aspect of drawing with techniques and tricks to help students understand the basics of drawing techniques.  The first workshop will be Still Life and Shading. Future workshops will be: Drawing from a Photo, Perspective Made Easy and the Human Figure, Proportions of the Body. 

Each workshop is $45 which includes all supplies.  For all 4 workshops the  bundled fee is $165.00.


Workshop Choices




Film Time Travel
Silent Films in Southbury

Presenter & Accompanist, John Mucci
Wednesday, May 30 – Town Hall
2 pm & 7 pm – Doors Open 30 minutes prior

2 pm Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928) – Buster Keaton
A young man who hasn’t seen his steamboat-pilot father for many years, arrives from a posh boarding school. Thinking him a fop, his dad is enormously disappointed in him, and everything he does seems clumsy and bone-headed. Keaton does fall in love with the daughter of his dad’s rival, captain of the very posh steamboat on the river.  By the end of the film, Keaton of course saves the day, saves the girl, gets the girl, and most importantly, gets the love and affection from his father that he wants above everything.  The last sequence, where a windstorm takes the town is a tour de force, and includes the iconic scene of a house façade falling onto Buster, but he is saved by the attic window falling around him.

7 PM Bed and Sofa (1927)

BED AND SOFA, which is a Russian film about a man and wife in a housing shortage in Moscow, where they take in his friend to live with them; he falls in love with her, and they have a strange relationship that sometimes is two of them in bed and one on the sofa, then the other. The man/woman relationship is truly devastating, as one and the other tries to tell the other what to do, and then it changes again and again. In the end the woman chooses not to follow either guy, but takes off on her own, pregnant with–(well, we don’t know which is the father…) but happier. It’s quite a plot for 1928!    It’s about an hour long. 


Film Choice




Coming later this year. . . 

Hollywood in Color – Film/Lecture Series
Living History – Women of WWII
Living HistoryHedy Lamarr – Riverview Playhouse
Writing Workshops – Fractured Fairytales
Illustrate a Children’s Story Workshop
Intro to 
Play-writing


 CALL THE GALLERY FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION
203-586-1474
or GO to our EVENTS page