Friday, September 8, 2017

Hibernate & Create RETREAT!

Creativity - Classes - Food - Shopping -  Fun!

Join me for the Hibernate & Create RETREAT in celebration of the #hibernateandcreate challenge.

It promises to be a fun-filled & creative weekend with your kindred creative spirits!
Imagine two days of dedicated time & space to create in any medium of your choosing. 

When:  Saturday, January 27, 2018  from 9:00 to 8:00 pm
Sunday, January 28, 2018 from 9:00 to 5:30 pm

  Hot Shops Art Center,
1301 Nicholas St, Omaha, Nebraska

Price:   $195 per person 2-day option
$135 for 1-day Saturday only option
$90 for 1-day Sunday only option

* Price does not include optional classes
Registrations will be available on a first-come basis for the first 30 registrations.

Registration Includes:

Dedicated creative space!
Catered Saturday - Lunch & Dinner and Sunday Lunch with amazing sweet treats
Hot beverage bar & light snacks to energize you throughout the day.
Special gifts to commemorate the weekend.
The Kindness Rock Project to create uplifting messages
to inspire others and  SPECIAL surprises!


Day 1: Saturday, January 27th
9:00 am  Welcome! and creative time begins
Optional morning class
12:00 pm  Lunch
Optional afternoon classes
6:00 pm Dinner and Show & Tell
8:00 pm Retire for the evening

Day 2:  Sunday, January 28th

9:00 am  Welcome! and creative time begins
Optional morning class
12:00 pm  Lunch
Optional afternoon classes
5:30 pm Time to say goodbye with new friends and creative inspiration!

Sponsor:  Would you like to sponsor the retreat with small goodies for the participants or a larger door prize, or both?  Items must be received by January 21, 2018. Retreat will be no greater than 37 participants.  Retreat sponsors will be given a shout out on the event website and on Degrees by Kelli Facebook page upon receipt of the items.  And at RETREAT!  Plus, participants will LOVE the goodies!

1 comment:

Resonant Brain said...

I'm interested in reserving this beautiful place. Placing a music show which does not have cultural preferences becomes difficult in a banquet hall environment. It requires planning and decorating imagination. The venue NYC have the right décor for any event.