Creative Minds: October
Teach Me How To Doodle
Lucy was the winner this month. Each month we shuffle the doodles and pick a random winner for a free Creative Minds shirt.
Written before event.
October 26th (6-9pm) — Creative Minds is back for the month of October. I’ve partnered with Downtown Jeaux once again to bring the community together in fun and creative ways. Music, food, spoken word, painting, and gaming are just a few reasons to join us. If you need help with an idea, if you want to share something you’ve been working on, or if you’d just like to hang out with other cool people, this is the place to be.
How To Join
There’s two ways to keep up with this group: Mailing List and Facebook Group.
We’ll have a mic setup for you to perform. Whether it’s an original or karaoke, the stage is yours. Bring your guitar, poetry book, or story to share. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you have something to promote or sell, there will be a table setup at each event for you to display your work. Whether it’s a painting, brownies, a book, a shirt, or if you just want people to sign up for your newsletter, this table will be the place to get the word out.
THE INDEX CARD GIVEAWAY
Each event, you will get an index card to share an idea with the group (a doodle, a paragraph, a thought). At the end of the event, the index cards will be shuffled up, and a random winner will receive a free Creative Minds shirt. Also, after the event, these index cards will be scanned and shared online for the world to see your talents.
Is gaming creative? It is now! There will be Mario Kart sessions, and Fortnite battles, for anyone who likes losing. If you have a Nintendo Switch, bring it to connect with the others. If not, we have an extra controller for you to compete. My little brother will be waiting for you.
I NEED YOUR HELP
Part of Creative Minds is to brainstorm and find new ways to make an impact in our community. If you have an idea that you think would fit into this group, then that’s the biggest reason to come hang out with us. Nothing here is set in stone, and we’ll continue to evolve. I need your ideas and your help in making each event bigger and better than the one before it.
See you soon.
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