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Expanding Your Knowledge in Acadiana
I believe self-care can take many forms. As much as I love a facial or massage, part of my definition of self-care includes expanding my knowledge in some way. This weekend, there will be a collection of seminars and parties for you to do just that. You can sharpen your communication skills, meet like-minded women and much more. I fall more in love with the world the more I go out of my way to learn more about it, and I hope you do, too.
There is also a rather cheeky Valentine’s Day celebration for good measure.
2/2: Compassionate Communication Short Course: This Saturday from 2-5 p.m., The downtown Lafayette Public Library will begin a four-week course exploring the four-part process of Compassionate Communication (NVC), a foundation which strives for social change and conflict resolution. Session topics include making precise observations without evaluation, exploring the power in our feelings, learning how needs are values and making requests. Each session will commence in the library on Saturdays from 2-5 p.m.
2/2: I’m That Lady! Fellowship Seminar: The downtown Lafayette Public Library also hosts Alpha Rho Omega Christian Sorority’s seminar for women this Saturday from 12:30-2:30 p.m. The fellowship wants women from all walks of life to attend this inspiring and encouraging event. Registration is free, but space is limited. The first 25 women to register on Eventbrite will receive a gift!
2/2: 2019 Lunar New Year Festival: The Asian Chamber of Commerce, Lafayette Chinese Immersion Program, the Lafayette Chinese American Association and myriad UL Lafayette Asian student organizations have come together to host the second annual Lunar New Year Festival in Parc International! Celebrate the Year of the Pig with food and drink vendors, arts and crafts booths, games and entertainment. This daylong event is free to the public from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
2/2: 2019 TECHE Project Annual Membership Banquet, Arnaudville: The Little Flower Auditorium in Arnaudville will host this Teche-centric event from 6-9 p.m. Attendees will hear discussions on how the Mississippi River influences the Teche-Vermilion watershed. Water flow into the Bayou Teche is entirely dependent upon the management of the Mississippi.
2/2: Lovestruck: A Valentine’s Variety Show: The Platform at Dat Dog hosts this playful and flirty performance Saturday night. Flow Productions hosts dancers burlesque dancers Naughty Lola, Jay Storm and more will take the stage, and the night will be full of sweet surprises. Cover charge is $10, and doors open at 8 p.m.