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Greeting Fluency Salon – Wednesday September 25th, 2013

Learn some of the Greeting Phrases and Cultural Insights of your neighbours. Wednesday September 25th 2013 3:00 – 4:30 pm followed by light refreshments Performance Centre at the Roundhouse Community Centre 181 Roundhouse Mews Vancouver BC Admission $10 cash at the door. Doors open at 2:30 pm

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Public Salon 16: June 5, 2013

Jonathan Becker  |  bio Alexandra Gill  |  bio Bruce Haden  |  bio David Lemon  |  bio Bettina Matzkuhn  |  bio James Tansey  |  bio Yosef Wosk  |  bio Henry Yu  |  bio

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Public Salon 15: April 3, 2013

Anadi Canepa  |  bio Stanley Coren  |  bio Ilana Labow  |  bio Paul Merrick  |  bio David Robertson  |  bio Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos  |  bio Timothy Taylor  |  bio Dr. John Webb  |  bio

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Next Public Salon: June 5, 2013

Join us at the next Public Salon on Wednesday June 5th. Vancouver Playhouse. Where the audience is as eclectic as the speakers. 7:30 – 9:00 pm Hear presentations from: Jonathan Becker – Social Media Guru Alexandra Gill – Restaurant Critic Bruce Haden – Architect David Lemon – Health Arts Bettina Matzkuhn – Textile Artist and […]

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Next Public Salon: April 3, 2013

Join us for the first of three Public Salons in 2013. Wednesday April 3rd at the Vancouver Playhouse. We are looking forward to introducing you to particle physicist Anadi Canepa, dog psychologist Stanley Coren, urban farmer Ilana Labow, architect Paul Merrick, scholar of Narivie languages David Robertson, Shakuhachi Master Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos, author Timothy Taylor […]

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What is Greeting Fluency?

What is Greeting Fluency?

Greeting Fluency official launch June 23, 2011. Courtesy of Abco Film Corp. The Greeting Fluency Initiative encourages citizens to learn a few words of greetings in the languages of their neighbors. Our communities are becoming more multicultural and multilingual. This presents great opportunities for both the more traditional older communities and the newer ones. Older […]

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A chance to become ‘Greeting Fluent’

Source: Vancouver Sun Over the last few decades, Vancouver’s streets have filled with voices speaking more than 100 languages. For most of us the sounds seem like impenetrable babble. Although it is unlikely that any of us will become fluent in these languages, this should not deter us from discovering the treasures that they hold nor […]

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