March 18th, 2019
Reset, re-energize and reinvent!
That's what March Break is all about isn't it? Well, we're delivering the goods!
Come to The Carleton on March the 18th, 2019 for a recharge. You'll wish every day were a momondays.
March the 18th, 2019
Recharging your soul
The first show at our new venue, The Carleton, was a huge success. Folks are still raving about it. Now, the momentum is building and you don't want to miss this.
Our March show is about recharging. We've got a couple of exceptional fellows who are going to share their experiences with life, with kids, with reality! One's a world class athlete who's making a difference in a profound way. The other's an award winning actor who's brought smiles to literally thousands of folks during his career. He's got something important to share about that.
Also, the ladies are back! We've got two exceptional women with stories to share that will leave you speachless. Think being a hero, strong and courageous is a man's realm? Think again. We have two women who are going to show you want strength really looks like.
We're going to have music too! Bring your tapping shoes, because we're going to start the show with some exercise for your toes! They'll be tapping away to the sounds of some real Maritime music by George Woodhouse, a Halifax musician with a really really cool story.
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. Either way, you’ll be leaving an indelible footprint.
Come down to The Carleton on March the 18th, 2019. 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.
The Carleton (venue of the year, 2018)
1685 Argyle Street