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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Caernarfon


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Caernarfon, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Because it's an unmanned event, wear something red. When you see someone in red say “Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
Tafarn Y Port
5–9 Eastgate Street Caernarfon

When:
Mon, 9 Dec 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Property Tuesdays! Free property networking event in Caernarfon


Looking for a FREE local and regular property networking event? Look no further. WHOOur attendees are people who are passionate about all things property. So making money from property, interior design, property finance and much more. WHYMeet like minded people to help further develop your property goals and ambitions. WHEREWe meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHENWe meet every Tuesday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The meeting finishes whenever.... WHATDiscuss everything to do with property.  Suitable investment hotspots, current interior design trends, best mortgage rates and much more. COSTIt's 100% free and always will be. DRESS CODEBecause it's an unmanned event wear something green. When you see someone wearing green at the right hand side of the main bar say "Hello!" RULESBe courteous and wear something green. That's it. ATTENDIf you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENTShare your experience on social media using the hashtag #propertytuesdays MORE INFOVisit propertytuesdays.co.uk and follow us on Instagram @propertytuesdays OUR SPONSORThis event is sponsored by Ahuja Holdings. Learn how you can make money selling property deals.

Venue:
Tafarn Y Porth
5–9 Eastgate Street Caernarfon

When:
Tue, 10 Dec 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Oasis Experience



Venue:
Copa Bar And Diner Caernarfon
26-28 Castle Square Llandudno

When:
Fri, 13 Dec 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Self Rescue for Climbers - an Introduction


This 3 hour evening session will give any climber key and useful skills to deal with a whole host of unforeseen issues.  We will cover the introductory skills for dealing with common problems and get you into the mindset of being able to foresee, problem solve and improvise. This workshop will fully engage you, not just practically but also cerebrally. We will show you all the amazing things you can do with a couple of lengths of 6mm cord.  Knowing them will give you more confidence as your climbing takes you into more adventurous places such as sea cliffs, higher and more remote mountain crags and cliffs. Any climber/ mountaineer will find value in being equipped to cope with certain eventualities that may occur and be as self reliant as possible in these environments. Not only will we help you demystify this key climbing skill set but we will have a lot of fun too.

Venue:
Beacon Climbing Centre
Cibyn Industrial Estate Caernarfon

When:
Mon, 16 Dec 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Abba Revival



Venue:
Copa Bar And Diner Caernarfon
26-28 Castle Square Llandudno

When:
Fri, 20 Dec 2019 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


January 2020, 2-7 Day Secular Mindfulness & Compassion Retreat in Snowdonia


This flexible 2-7 day retreat is open to anyone who has attended Integrated Mindfulness/Mindful Resilience Enhancement mindfulness practice days or training workshops. It is also open to anyone who has undertaken training in other mindfulness-based and/or compassion-based training or other professionals who have experience of attending mindfulness practice days. The retreat is led by Annette Dunn and Tim Duerden who are lead trainers for Integrated Mindfulness and experienced mindfulness teacher-trainers and retreat facilitators. The retreat is held in the wonderful Trigonos centre which has views of Snowdon, lovely grounds, walks by the lake and amazing food. The image below shows the practice room we use on the left, taken in January 2016: This is a view from the centre, taken in January 2017: For those concerned about winter weather, Trigonos assures us that it has been many years since the local roads were closed due to snow and even that was for less than a day. We have been lucky to have had really good weather for the previous January retreats held at Trigonos prior to 2018: our 2018 was the first with more wet days than dry days. Our 2019 retreat had very good weather: And we also had the lunar eclipse on a clear night with this amazing full moon lake view: For those coming by train, there is a local driver who will do group pick-ups from Bangor station at a very reasonable cost. The retreat can be attended to meet the Good Practice Guidelines for Mindfulness Teachers requirements for retreat attendance whether this is partially through attending for 2-3 days or fully by attending for 5-7 days. Some training courses have very specific requirements for the retreats that are needed as part of their qualification process: so please check with your training organisation that this retreat will meet the requirements.   We aim to have a common start time of Friday evening, although arriving early Saturday morning is an option. We find the retreat is well paced by staying on Sunday night until Monday mid-day (though some people leave Sunday evening). From Monday lunchtime onwards, people are welcome to stay for additional days up to Friday lunchtime. These additional days have the same structure of practice times as the first 3 days, but the practice periods are almost all unguided. We therefore suggest that anyone who has not been on a mindfulness practice retreat before attends, at most, Friday evening to Monday lunchtime. The theme of the retreat is Kindness and Ease with the programme and associated practices infused with the invitation to explore how each of us can make kind choices about our needs throughout the retreat. We have a particular focus on exploring the way we approach mindfulness and self-compassion practice and how we experience transitions both within periods of practice and as we move from one form of practice to another. What we aim to cultivate, in each retreat we facilitate, is a supportive community of practice where everyone participating has the space 'to be and to do' in the way that is best for themselves and with kindness for each other. In this spirit, the programme for the retreat is always optional and is best seen as a series of starting points for what emerges as the kindest way for each of us to practice being mindful and self-compassionate. We will lead a range of sitting, lying, standing and moving practices in the periods where we practice together between breakfast and the evening meal. Weather permitting, this will be a mixture of practice inside the group practice room and outside in the grounds of Trigonos. We usually also share new approaches to teaching mindfulness and self-compassion we have been developing in the previous year. We encourage people (if it is within what is most kind for themselves) to start these guided practice periods with us all together but with the equal encouragement to leave the group practice at any point if what is best is another way of practicing, another type of activity or simply resting. The great thing about Trigonos is that there are spaces to go inside if you don't want to engage in any of the guided practice sessions as well as well-maintained paths in the grounds and by the lake that offer easy walking and a whole range of paths through the adjacent disused slate mines and in the nearby hills and valleys. It is also a short drive to the coast. While mobile phone reception is patchy at best, free wifi at Trigonos means you can easily stay in touch with family etc. Please note that, beyond mutual respect of each other, confidentiality and being supportive of each other's needs to have the best shared retreat experience, we do not make any requirements on how you choose to be on the retreat. So we have no rules on how much or how little contact you have with 'the outside world' while being on retreat (though we do ask you to check out with others about whether they want you to share the latest news or celebrity gossip!). Rather, we see the retreat as giving each of us the space to notice and track, hopefully with warmth and generosity, the different waves of reaction and response that arise from whatever we are doing while on the retreat.  A note on companionable silence: we hold a period of time over the first part of the retreat where we tend towards not talking. This is from the end of Saturday evening to just before the evening meal on Sunday. The purpose of this is to explore how it is to choose not to engage in optional conversation. The aim is to tend towards not talking – so if we need to ask something etc. we can do so, but with the invitation to then return to not-talking afterwards. There is no requirement, during this time, to move or eat any differently than normal - we are not trying to recreate the hush of a library!  We also find non-verbally connecting to each other - for example, smiling or nodding a greeting - adds to the companionable nature of the period. As outlined above, it is up to each person to decide whether or not the period of not talking with others on the retreat extends to being in touch with friends or family at home. The additional days, from Monday evening onwards, are held mainly in companionable silence. For those wanting to undertake the first part of the retreat in companionable silence( this may be due to a training requirement to attend a silent retreat), please let us know and we will make arrangements for this such as a specific area to eat at meal-times. Annette and Tim are available through the retreat if anyone needs time to reflect on their experience or has any issues arising while on the retreat.   Preliminary Programme: Friday January 17th 2020 Arrivals from 4pm onwards. 6.30pm evening meal 7.45pm - 9pm at the latest - Welcome meeting and practice   Saturday January 18th 7.00am-ish – 8.00am - For early risers, a ‘very optional’ unguided time to practice together. You can arrive or leave at any point during this time. 7.30 - 9.00am - Breakfast 9.30 – 11.00 – Practices for fully arriving and settling in 11.00 – 11.20am – Break 11.30am – 12.45pm – Practice together 1.00 – 2.00pm – Lunch Afternoon break 4.00pm – Afternoon tea 4.30 – 6.30pm – Practice together 7.00 - 8.00pm – Evening meal 8.15 – 9.00pm-ish – A ‘very optional’ unguided time to practice together. You can arrive or leave at any point during this time. Last thing Saturday evening - period of companionable silence begins.  Sunday January 19th 7.00am-ish – 8.00am - (Companionable silence continues.) For early risers, a ‘very optional’ unguided time to practice together. You can arrive or leave at any point during this time. 7.30 - 9.00am - Breakfast taken in companionable silence 9.30 – 11.00 – Practice together in companionable silence 11.00 – 11.20am – Break taken in companionable silence 11.30am – 12.45pm – Practice together in companionable silence 1.00 – 2.00pm – Lunch taken in companionable silence Afternoon break (possibly in companionable silence or people may decide between them to go for a walk with talk - it's up to each individual)   4.00pm – Afternoon tea in companionable silence 4.30 – 6.00pm – Practice together in companionable silence 6.00 – 6.30pm – Companionable silence ends for the group with a period of practice and reflection. Individuals can carry on with being in silence should they wish (speaking is not enforced!).  7.00 - 8.00pm – Evening meal 8.15 – 9.00pm-ish – A ‘very optional’ unguided time to practice together. You can arrive or leave at any point during this time. Monday January 20th 7.00am-ish – 8.00am - For early risers, a ‘very optional’ unguided time to practice together. You can arrive or leave at any point during this time. 7.30 - 9.00am - Breakfast and packing 9.45 – 11.00 – Practice together (starting a little later for packing) 11.00 – 11.20am – Break 11.30am – 12.30pm – Practice together and goodbyes 1.00 – 2.00pm - Lunch (Packed lunches are available for those leaving early).   From Monday mid-day to Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, additional retreat days are available for those that have attended a retreat before.   Fees The fee includes full board and depends on the type of room. The fee is based on the accommodation costs charged by Trigonos plus a small addition amount to help cover Annette and Tim’s costs for organising, administering and leading the weekend retreat. If the room type you want is not available we will contact you to let you know the room options remaining.  If you are willing to share a double room the total fee is reduced by £12 a night - so £36 for a 3 nights booking. The rates by room type are as follows: To secure your place for the 2020 retreat we require a £66 deposit.  After June 1st 2019 the deposit is non-returnable as Trigonos will charge us a £20 per person per night cancellation fee. However, our retreats are usually fully booked so we can often transfer a cancelled place to another booking in which case we can return £60 - this is less the £6 Eventbrite booking fee that is not returned to us.   The full balance will be required by December 1st 2019 otherwise your place may need to be reallocated. We will contact you in November to arrange payment of the remaining balance. Places on the retreat are limited so we offer places on the basis of the date order of bookings received. To Book: Just Click 'Register' When you register there is a detailed booking form that provides information we need in order to facilitate the retreat ethically and in the best way to meet everyone's needs. If you would prefer not to answer any of the more personal questions electronically please email us to arrange a telephone conversation instead. If you have never attended a residential retreat before (and especially if you are new to mindfulness practice) it would be best to contact us, via the email below, before booking and paying the deposit. We can then advise you as to whether the retreat is a best next step in terms of developing your mindfulness practice. If you haven't attended a retreat (and haven't been in discussion with us), please email us with a brief outline of your experience of mindfulness so far and any personal development experience that might relate to being on a mindfulness retreat. If you have any questions or want more information please email Tim and Annette via [email protected] We hope you can join us at Trigonos in early 2020. Warm regards Tim & Annette

Venue:
Trigonos Centre
Nantlle Caernarfon

When:
Fri, 17 Jan 2020 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ruth & Dana's Anglesey yoga retreat with food by Mary-Ellen McTague in 12-14 June 2020


Outdoor Alternative in Anglesey is a place where the sea meets the land, it's down a remote track, and it feels totally away from it all. The owners grow much of their own food here, and it's a great setting for yoga, writing, walking, swimming in the sea (image is Rhoscolyn beach) and some great food - the site itself is 5 minutes walk from Silver Bay, Shelly and Rhoscolyn beaches. Lead yoga instructor is Dana Baniel who will lead four classes over the weekend. The classes will be carefully planned to suit everyone, a morning energising practice and a lovely yin and restorative in the evening. Dana's flow classes have a focus, it might be a part of the body or working towards a pose or yoga philosophy. She likes to have a slower build up, limbering the joints and connecting to the breath and gradually developing into more dynamic and challenging sequences and ending with deep relaxation. Throughout her class she cultivates awareness to the breath and alignment as well as using music, humour and light heartedness. We are also offering one 60 min (optional but included!) additional workshop on Saturday - details TBC. Food is by hugely acclaimed chef, Mary-Ellen McTague (Fat Duck, Aumbry, The Creameries) with vegan / free from etc all available / included. There will be time for at least a couple of 1-2hr walks on Sat & Sun PM - we have planned a couple of routes for you to follow at your leisure and we are hoping to have a fire on the beach on Saturday night. Accomodation is in small rooms of between 2 and 6 bunks but we have hired more space than needed so we will be able to group you with people you'd like to share with. There's also the option to bring your own tent and camp among the dunes adjacent to the accomodation outside at no extra cost. Meals provided will be Friday evening, 3 meals on Saturday and breakfast and lunch / packed lunch to go on Sunday. Total cost is £310 per person - this is a price rise on last year to enable us to bring Mary-Ellen back again. 20 places are available in total. The balance of £210 must be paid in full 28 days in advance.

Venue:
Outdoor Alternative
Rhoscolyn, United Kingdom Holyhead

When:
Fri, 12 Jun 2020 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ultimate 80s night



Venue:
Copa Bar And Diner Caernarfon
26-28 Castle Square Llandudno

When:
Sat, 28 Dec 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rainbows Snowdon Trek


New to trekking and looking for the perfect challenge, while supporting Rainbows? Come and join us as we take on Snowdon. Experience the sights of North Wales like never before, by joining us on our NEW Snowdon trek in 2020. Along the way, you’ll experience spectacular views and make new friends! Climbing Snowdon is an excellent challenge for people of any ability, all you need is a sprinkling of enthusiasm and a dash of determination. By taking part in this challenge, you're helping us continue to be there for local children and young people with life-limiting conditions. We know we couldn't do the work we do without your support, this is why by taking part in this trek you'll get from us: A Rainbows technical t-shirt to wear as you climb Expert support on Snowdon A dedicated Fundraising Pack full of amazing ideas on how to increase your fundraising efforts Full support from the Rainbows team A coach will be available, at an extra cost, if you would like transportation. It will leave Rainbows Hospice at 4am on Saturday 26 September 2020, with additional pickups at Ashby and Swadlincote and return the same evening. The trek will start at approximately 9am at Snowdon,  should you choose to make your own way there.

Venue:
Snowdon
Pen-y-Pass Car Park , Llanberis Caernarfon

When:
Sat, 26 Sep 2020 4.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Sound Walk, Sound Listening, Parys mountain circular,


Explore the sounds of Parys Mountain while looking and reflection on the landscape. This will be a 3 hour sound walk with breaks for stops. There will be places of silence and times where people will want to chat together. Bring a Flask and sandwiches to stop and spend time for refreshments.  This landscape is extrondinary, well worth a walk and trip out.  Listening into sound can bring us into the moment, it can offer us spaces of reflection and creativity, it can change the way we understand public spaces. Come along, all very welcome.We are an inclusive group and flexible Tickets £10 or Pay what you can / Free   Message  email : [email protected]   Soft Apple Music's, Soundwalks, Meet up's, Art.Practising through inclusive and fair approaches.We pay all our artist's standard musicians union rates Founder Jo Thomas is a qualified musician, composer, performer and teacher. She has worked on different sound walks for the last 12 years and is a keen advocate of inclusive practise in the arts.

Venue:
Parys Mountain
Amlwch

When:
Sun, 9 Feb 2020 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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