The Colour Café is a free, fun and, informal colouring group for adults. Taking place once a month from October 2017 until June 2018, this activity is a great way to relax and meet others. No talent is required and colouring within the lines is optional! Let your creative juices flow, or just stop by to have a chat while you colour. This group is open to all – no colouring experience is necessary! You do not need to participate in all the Colour Café sessions – join us when you can…we’d love to meet you!
While colouring, you’ll have the chance to learn about local resources available to you, in English, so it’s a great way to find out what is available in your area.
Bring your own books and crayons (some supplies will be available for new colourers)
Snacks will be provided (cookies, fruit, tea, coffee, etc.). You are welcome to bring your own beverages.
Children are welcome to join in with an adult.
Colour café is hosted by Townshippers’ Association, Centre d’Action bénévole (CAB) du Haut-Saint-François, La Passerelle Women’s Centre, the Eaton Valley CLC and is a CHSSN initiative funded by Health Canada through the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities.
The Colour Café is constantly evolving! Follow Townshippers’ on Facebook for the latest dates and news.
11am-1pm at the Eaton Valley Community Learning Centre, 523 Stokes.
Afternoon: 2-4 pm at La Passerelle Women’s Centre, 275 Principale Est. The women’s center has a ramp and is wheelchair accessible.
Evening: 6-8 pm at Maison de la culture John Henry Pope in Cookshire (formerly known as The Rectory of St. Peter’s Anglican Church), 25 Principale Est. This beautiful old home, which now serves as a cultural centre and art gallery, will be sure to inspire your colouring and get your creative juices flowing!
Finished colouring? Show us your creations – #ColourCafe