Jan 27 Thursday
Instead of another "get rich quick" approach, this live interactive web class will give you a realistic, behind-the-scenes introduction to today's voice over field. Whether you're just curious about the field, interested in supplemental or retirement income, or looking for a whole new career, this class is a tremendous and fun place to start. Because the class is live, there will be time for questions with the instructor whose company has produced voice over services for organizations including Discovery Network, Netflix, HGTV, Universal, WE Network, Disney, Nintendo, and numerous others.
You'll also have the opportunity to do a voice range and quality exercise with your instructor at the end of the class.
How narrative voice over including audio books, training material, and educational television and web content have dramatically increased voice work opportunities.
Why conversational, sincere, and believable voices are now strongly favored and most in demand.
Where to look for repeat voice work opportunities in and around your own community.
How to position yourself for long-term success whether doing voice work in the studio or from home.
About Voice Coaches
For more than 25 years Voice Coaches has provided professional communication training and voice coaching to clients across the US and Canada. In addition, our production team provides voice over and audio services to numerous media, business, government, and private sector organizations. Our studio and offices can be reached by phone at 866-887-2834 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice Coaches is a 17-year A+ member of The Better Business Bureau. Voice Coaches is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.
Interested in learning about beekeeping? During this six-week class, participants will learn everything from equipment (what is needed and what is not), setting up hives, bee pests, products of the hive and much more. Those registrants that complete the full 6 week program will receive a complementary 1 year membership to the Greene County Beekeepers Association.
Jan 28 Friday
Bird Language Wednesday Walk and Sit Spot
Every 4th Wednesday of the Month
Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm ET
Location: Agraria Farm, 131 E Dayton-Yellow Springs, Rd.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387.
Join this ongoing outdoor meditation practice, staying united and connected to other humans through deep nature connection and the birds! Each month, nature mentor Emily Foubert will guide the group in exercises to deepen our relationship with the birds, animals, and land. You will be invited to carry a bird language prompt into a solo meditation on the land, called a ‘sit spot’. After returning from your individual sits, the group will collectively tell the story of the sit spot through mapping, writing, and story-telling. No perfection or birding experience is required.
All abilities welcome. Ages 10+.
Meet in front of the barn promptly at 5:00pm.
Dress for the weather. Registration required.
Questions? Please email Emily at Emilyfoubert@communitysolution.org
We've moved! Previously located at Smile A While in Centerville, we now meet at the Kranz.
A weekly gathering of fun loving people who love to dance! From 8-9 learn the dance of the month; anything from blues and tango, waltz and polka, swing and set dances. At 9:00 we start the requests. Our repertoire stretches from 16th century Renaissance dances to mid 20th century. $5 drop in fee, no partner or dance experience required. Part of Dayton Historic Dance, we are a registered 501(c)3.
Feb 02 Wednesday
Join us in the Temple for an evening celebrating Imbolc. Also known as Imbolg, Saint Brigid's Day, and Candlemas, this is a day that is recognized as the coming of spring via the Celtic Wheel of the Year.
-Dine by candlelight with a hearty root vegetable soup and fresh baked bread. You are welcome to bring a side dish, dessert and/or beverage. Coffee, water and tea provided.
-Share stories in circle
-Plant seeds of manifestations with spell work
-Create crafts such as Bridget’s Cross
-Build our first seasonal altar in our shared altar room
Imbolc is one of 4 main celebrations according to the celtic wheel of the year, along with Bealtaine (May 1-2,) Lughnasadh (August 1-2,) and Samhain (October 31-November 2.) These main holidays are anchored with the cross-quarter holidays of Ostara (March 19-22,) Litha (June 19-22,) Mabon (September 19-22,) and Yule (December 19-22.)
Each festival is in honor of an important aspect of the season, and for Imbolc that is the coming of spring. A time of purification, this is believed to be where we get the term “spring cleaning,” as it is customary to clear out and open up for a fresh start to the season.
Whether you are in or out of the Broom Closet, this gathering is for you!
Be on the lookout for each of these holiday celebrations at the Temple of the Rebel Goddess
Feb 04 Friday
Feb 07 Monday
Set yourself up to be a successful you! For grades 7-12 and their parents. Local expert Shyra Thomas, Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admission at the University of Dayton, will be here to answer all your college and career-related questions.
Feb 11 Friday
Feb 18 Friday
Feb 19 Saturday
Just breathe! Looking to slow down, exercise your mind, or just relax? Join us for a monthly meditation/mindfulness book discussion. We will spend 30 minutes exploring various guided meditations, plus 30 minutes of an introspective book discussion. Please bring a meditation cushion or blanket, if meditating on the floor. Registration preferred. Walk-ins welcome.
January - Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness by Sharon Salzberg
February - Stay Woke by Justin Michael Williams
Event Type(s): Book Discussions
Age Group(s): Adults