Through our working careers, perhaps too many of our social contacts and activities are work related, and it may be that too many of our friends are really colleagues. Men's sheds are a opportunity for men to get together in a relaxed and informal way, and establish new connections. We are hoping to have ongoing small building projects that will give us chance to collaborate, and to give back to our community.
Learn more at http://menssheds.ca
Dates & Locations:
We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, at 10:00AM, in place agreed to at the end of the previous meeting. This is often a coffee shop or, when our projects get going, in a workshop. We meet at times at a makerspace, Fuse 33.
Registration by email
There are no requirements (other than CALL membership) to join, although a few decades of life experiences and a willingness to share them is a plus.
Facilitators: Joe Boivin / John Mauel
Joe is a retired oil industry person who is learning about Men's Sheds. He also coordinates the Science and Environment lecture series. John is also an oil patch survivor. He has helped coordinate Treks and Travels.