It’s Easter weekend, and we’re giving you an early Easter treat since we won’t be able to post next week.
Do you have any Easter traditions? Your hosts share their traditions, past and present, as well as their chocolate addiction. Fiona talks about scary movies (alternative title to this episode: Ea Ooa, and you’ll have to listen to find out why) and animal baking with Bunny Buns. We’re also celebrating the coming of Spring! And finally seeing some sun.
Also, congratulations to those of you who completed Walkabout 2013!
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Episode 56 (12:58)
No time stamps this week, since there is only one segment. However, here are the links to the programs/courses we talked about.
1) CP13 – MED in Counselling Psychology in Kelowna – Information sessions on April 11 & 12 – see site for details on times and locations.
2) PDCE Summer Institutes – including “Creating the Future: Partnerships for Inclusive Learning” – July 15-19, 2013
3) Celebrate the Year of Indigenous Education with a gala celebration on April 13.
Plug: Meetup – a web site for finding groups of people with similar interests.
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Our theme music | “Chased by a Cow” by Heifervescent, both through a Creative Commons license.
Next episode: Friday, April 19