Workshops held at Music In The Pines 2017.
Magic Workshop with Loran
You too can learn magic and how to impress your friends with several astonishing magic tricks using everyday objects. Learn magic effects with ropes, cards and how to do mind reading.
Discover the psychology of illusion and explore the fascinating life of famous magicians such as Houdini. Fun and educational, this magic workshop will please children and adults alike.
Atelier de magie:
Épatez vos parents et amis avec plusieurs tours de magie étonnants en utilisant des objets de tous les jours. Apprenez la magie des cordes, avec des cartes et même à lire dans la pensée.
Découvrez la psychologie de l’illusion et explorez la vie fascinante de magiciens célèbres tel que Houdini. Ludique et pédagogique, cet atelier de magie plaît autant aux jeunes qu’aux adultes.
with Éric Lafontaine
Come and participate in this workshop to learn for fun and discover some traditional African djembe rhythms.
Tie Dye Workshop
Tie dye for young and old!!
Curious about tie dyeing? Come join us for a fun and messy workshop, where we will explore different tie dye techniques and you will walk away with a unique piece of your own! Please wear old clothes and bring your imagination!
T-shirts will be available at 10 dollars (tie dye included) or bring your own for 5 dollars. All proceeds go forwards the Music in the Pines Children’s Program.
Egyptian Bellydance Workshop
Shahna has been a musician since 1987 when she took up the classical guitar. Over the years she has played a number of musical instruments; from guitar, to French horn, harp, and finally bag pipes and drums. She is a member of Kingston’s Rob Roy grade 3 pipe band in which she competes as a snare drummer, and the leading drummer of the Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Highland Regiment’s pipes and drums. She competes solo on drums at a grade 3 level, and made her first foray into solo grade 5 piping last summer.
Her current musical endeavors include learning the Irish, or Uilleann Pipes, and tootling on tin whistles. The guitars in the closet have sent pointed letters that they wish to see the light of day as well.
When she’s not piping and drumming “The Kilt Lady” has been found in past years introducing Music in the Pines goers to the delights of the Kilt, and its many accoutrements. Otherwise she is a contract editor/proofreader, and a part time merchandiser of books and magazines.