Connecting Your Community Through the Art of Storytelling
You Gave Us Feedback, and We Listened; Our Start Time is Now at 6pm to Give You Time to Get Here!!
We now provide a monthly Raffle Draw
Our numbers increase every month so, make sure to get your ticket soon to save your spot 🙂
March 16th Topic:
Getting From There to Here; Using Trust as a Guide
Join Host, Writer, Storyteller & CEO of Daringly Mindful™,
Diana Reyers, Monthly, at the the Beach Club Resort in Parksville, BC
As She Introduces 6 Ordinary People Sharing Extraordinary Stories
March Storytellers from Your Community:
Date: March 16th and 3rd Thursday of every month from 6 – 9 pm
Evening includes 6 Community Storytellers, Music, Dinner by Pacific Prime Restaurant & Lounge , Cash Bar and Raffle Draw
Location: Ballroom at the Beach Club Resort
Tickets: at Eventbrite.ca ~ Maximum 100 spaces
Reserved Seating: If you have purchased tickets for a group of friends or colleagues, and you would like to sit together, please contact Diana Reyers to arrange email@example.com OR 778 821-3273
Do you have a story to tell?
You don’t have to be a professional storyteller in order to share a story;
You just need to have the yearning to make a difference in the world
by inspiring others and healing yourself 🙂
Contact Diana Reyers to discover if this is a good fit for you;
She will guide and support you through the process with ease
Would you like to share your story with a private group of friends?
Connect with Diana to organize your private storytelling event
at Island SodaWorks Bistro in Qualicum Beach or Realm Food Co. in Parksville
Our Daring Intention
Daringly Mindful™ events are created with the intention to inspire individuals seeking the courage to move from a place of the heart with
clarity, confidence and ease;
to dare to move ‘From There to Here’.
We believe that each of us has the ability to show up in the world in a way that reflects what we truly value and feel as unique beings,
while honouring others and ourselves along the way.
Do you dare to grab your courage to share ‘who’ you really are?