January 27th, 2020
New starts, new stories!
(your ticket price includes a couple of slices of pizza!)
It's a new year and a new decade. Let's look at how we've taken on adventures and learned their lessons, kicked their butt, had our butt handed to us or just been given a great opportunity to laugh as we grew.
Come to the RA Park Officers' Mess on December the 9th for some real inspiration. You'll wish every day was a momondays.
January 27th, 2020
New starts and new stories
It's a special time for us. We're given the chance to wipe the slate clean. Taking what we've learned we get to start fresh and look forward to adventures and living in a way that allows us to be our selves at our very best. That's what you're going to see at our show this month.
First up will be Brooklyn Blackmore. She's an country artist from Three Fathom Harbour, Nova Scotia with an incredible sound. She made her debut in 2016 with a storm and since then has performed over 150 shows across the Maritimes, has graduated with a degree in music, and has been named Female Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year by the North American Country Music Association. Most recently, and I'm meaning fresh off the press, has been her new album. Come out and hear what this talented woman can do as she starts off the new decade with a real bang.
Next up is Mike Kennedy. His life story is really incredible. He was a navigator in the navy who ended up in Scotland doing a PhD in Celtic sociology! His wanderlust led him all over the country but he's recently returned to his home here in Nova Scotia. He's really well versed at making fresh starts. We hope this will be his last geographic one.
We've got Gizelle de Guzman coming back from last month's show! She's got a story to tell this time. This is a young woman who's travelled from the Phillipines to Calgary and landed here on our rocky shores. She's had some scrapes along the way and has some stories to tell about how she conquered them to become and incredible singer/songwriter who works on cars!
We've got more! There's a story about that time in Cornwallis in the early 80's when a traumatized young private started a journey of growth and determination that would land him in the Governor General's home years later.
It’s going to be an incredible evening of magic, connection and, above all, stories.
What a night. Come on out and socialize with all kinds of wonderful people in a fun, positive environment. Put in your own speaker application to speak at the next show… or grab some friends and get your fix of heart, humour and happiness.
Come down to the RA Park Officers' Mess on January the 27th, 2020. You'll wish every day was a momondays.
Tim retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force in 2012 as an HR Officer with a speciality in Dispute Resolution and team-building. He has also experienced a broad spectrum of work environments, having served in operational squadrons across Canada and in United Nations missions overseas. In recognition of his achievements, in 2008 he was inducted into the Order of Military Merit by then Governor General, the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean
After retirement from the RCAF he was invited to come and work with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Canada’s Atlantic Region where he replicated his successes from the military environment in the community of policing and public service. With almost five years’ experience in that arena he retired and now works as a contractor, delivering training and services in a broad spectrum of first responder and security sector environments.
However, no matter where he’s worked, the common experience he’s witnessed our universal love of stories. That’s what drew him to the momondays experience, especially in Halifax … a city renowned for its traditional love of tall tales and community yarns.
RA Park Officers' Mess
1575 Queen Street Halifax, Nova Scotia