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Jellyfish December Newsletter 2014

Jellyfish December Newsletter 2014

Our Mythic Yule month is arriving – my favourite time of year, filled with lights, warmth and magic in the frosty darkness, cosy evenings, mythical artworks, musical events and more – December promises you all many days ahead to enjoy with us at Jellyfish.

Exhibitions:

Our stunning and thoughtful November exhibition has been bringing up many valuable discussions – sessions of sharing emotions and experiences on parenting and being mothers. A sensitive female exhibition with darker undertones and emotions. I would like to thank Sian Walton, Lisa Evans and Kate Hyland for creating and sharing their inviting universe with us, bringing depth, thoughts and involvement in our lovely community. An exhibition to remember!

December Mythic Yule exhibition

We welcome you to a new, exciting and mythic exhibition by three Devon based artists.
Jellyfish is delighted to present: Jackie Juno – paintings, Tati Dennehy – sculptures and Linda Hill – mythic prints.

Everyone is welcome to the Opening Event on Saturday the 29th of December from 5-8pm.
The Bar will be open and you can enjoy free local nibbles as usual.
Live Music – Mythic Soundscapes by Brian Abbott & Rachel Miller with Jackie Juno on vocals. We look forward to a wonderful opening event and exhibition this amazing winter evening!

Goddess Workshop with Jackie Juno:

Jackie welcomes you to a Goddess Workshop on Friday the 5th of December from 7.30-9.30pm. Experiential workshop based on the Goddess archetype Hathor. Men and Women welcome.
Booking essential before Wednesday the 3rd of Dec. (£10 per person) www.jackiejuno.com or jackiejuno@yahoo.co.uk

The Clockwork Moth adult Wreath Workshop:

Saturday the 6th of December from 6-8pm.

Come and join the wonderful Clockwork Moth for an adult Christmas Wreath making workshop. Make your own luscious wreath, from a wide choice of local foliage The ultimate symbol of ancient winter celebration.
Booking essential (£5 per wreath) theclockworkmoth@hotmail.com

The Clockwork Moth Family Bottled Dream Workshop:

Sunday the 7th of December from 10-12noon.

A wonderful workshop for the whole family. Make mesmerising bottled liquid dreams to hang on your tree, swirling with magic wishes.
Drop in, all ages welcome (£3 per bottle)

Life drawing session:

Tuesday the 9th of December from 7.30-9.30pm.

This session is with a female model.
Booking essential! (£7 per person). These evening sessions once a month are with a model only – you come with your own materials and passion 🙂

Live Music evening on Friday the 12th of December, doors open 7pm:

Join us for a wonderful evening of music and atmosphere with Singer Songwriter “Sweet Savage Saint” from Gloucestershire

-Conscious lyrics fused with uplifting melodies-

Tickets £5 in advance from Jellyfish or on door. Bar/cafe open:)

Expressive Art Workshop with Emma Capper:

Saturday the 13th of December from 10-3pm. “A light in the dark” – As we step into the dark of winter the creative fire lights our way to a dreamtime where we can release the old and conjure the new in its flames – Emma Capper
All materials included. No art experience needed. Bring food for shared lunch. Wear old comfortable clothes. To book, please contact Emma Capper 01803 862 821, emma@emmacapper.co.uk Early bird price £35.

Film Study Group/Film Screening:

Friday the 19th of December at note: 6pm

December is honouring Sweden’s master Ingmar Bergman, screening the wonderful “Fanny and Alexander” on the 19th of Dec. The film is three hours long, so we will open the doors at 6pm and have a break mid way:)

Fanny and Alexander:
Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling bourgeois clan in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Sweden.

Doors open at 6pm, time for drinks and an intro talk. There are always wonderful discussions after the screenings, so feel welcome to stay and join in.
Everyone welcome – Tickets £3 – please book in advance – Café/Bar open.

Santa Lucia celebration parade and Carol singing on The Green with OMG:

Saturday the 20th of December – 4.30pm at Jellyfish & 6pm on The Orchard Millennium Green

This magic tradition and event is for everyone – Please come with your children to Jellyfish at 4.30pm with white clothing, lanterns, candles (batterydriven) or torches. We will get dressed, practise the Santa Lucia song in Scandinavian and English whilst the cafe will be open with mulled wine or hot rosehip juice on the menu We will parade the town singing, offering saffron buns to everyone on our way.

We will bring song and light to everyone on our way on the longest night of the year.
Last year was absolutely magnificent!

Our beautiful parade will end on The Orchard Millennium Green for Carol Singing with The OMG Trust and service by St Luke’s Church – from 6pm

Winter Warmth Poetry & Music Evening in support of saving our Pool

Sunday the 21st of December from 7pm:

Amanda Player and her group of lovely poets are following their two earlier success evenings with us and inviting you to a winter warmth poetry evening with Christmas nibbles and bar open. Amanda is accompanied by Andrew Leith, Annabel Milln with David Holmes, Gerard Couper, Robin Horsley and Sally Willow.
Donations will go to Friends of Buckfastleigh Swimming Pool.

Intimate Yule Evening of Baroque, Classical and Romantic Guitar & Flute Concert with Appassionata Duo (Alex Knight and Suki Trussler)

Tuesday the 23rd of December – Doors open 7pm

Come and enjoy a magic evening of live music and get into the real Yule feeling with us at Jellyfish.
Bar will be open with Mulled Wine, Home made Mince Pies and Stilton and Cranberry cheese board.

We are delighted to have our last open day before Christmas embraced in Appassionata’s wonderful music.

Tickets £8 online at www.wegottickets.com/event/298783
Also in advance at Jellyfish or on door.

Jellyfish Film Making Classes for Children (age 7-13)

Nathilde’s Film Making Course for Children run on Mondays from 4pm. The children are making a ghost story(!) this time. The course run over 7 Mondays and the Children make their own short film with a proper premiere. Please get in touch for more info and new courses in the new year. Here is a link to see the films made by the children so far: http://jellyfishprod.com/?page_id=596

The Seed talks Thursday evenings

Thursday evenings from 7.30-9.30pm.
For more info contact Greg on 07973 708758, greg@villageofkin.org.
or Derek Lapworth for more info: dereklapworth@gmail.com or 01364 644010

Yoga Classes at Jellyfish:

Every Wednesday from 6-730pm with Kim Edwards:
An end of day yoga class to restore and strengthen us in body, mind and spirit.
With a focus on good, comfortable posture and breathing; strength and stability of core muscles; safe practice; overall integrity (physical emotional mental spiritual)

Over the course of a lifetime our needs change. The breadth and depth of yoga practices available to us means that yoga remains a lifelong practice. Research shows that in the long term yoga is more effective than other therapies in helping to maintain physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. With 25 years of teaching experience as a qualified yoga teacher and therapist and many years more of my own yoga practice, I aim to support each person as they explore yoga as a way of meeting their ever changing, individual needs.

Kim Edwards

For additional information please contact Kim on 07792 910 785 or 01364 644613
Prices:
£35 for a 5 week yoga course every Thursday from 6-7.30pm

Every Thursday morning from 10.15-11.45am with Uma Oliver:

Includes postures and sequences for building strength and tone of the muscles balanced with flexibility and mobility of the joints. These practices help increase your energy whilst encouraging relaxation and ease into your life. Breath awareness will be taught within the practices including deep relaxation in every class.

For more info Contact Uma at uma@phonecoop.coop or 07985 013 085

Rosamund Design Jewellery:

Rosamund Design’s stunning handmade jewellery cabinet will be changed and filled with more gorgeous gifts to spoil your loved ones or yourself with from December.

Pure silver with diachrioc glass, pearl or seaglass designs. Pendants, rings, earrings & studs as well as cufflinks and other wonderful treasures…

Christmas Presents:

Are you looking for a more unusual present? A yoga class, a life drawing session, a film making course, an individual photography class or a workshop, ticket for gig? Take a good look at what we have on and surprise your loved ones with something a bit special:)

Jellyfish is Buckfastleigh’s Volunteering Centre of Information

If you are looking for volunteers or would like a job as volunteer within our wonderful community, Teignbridge CVS have a display of posts and information in Jellyfish, so do come and have a look or find out more.

Jellyfish Cafe/Bar and Gallery:

is open from 12-6pm Tues-Fri and From 4-8pm on Saturdays (or by appointment).

Jellyfish is very happy with our wonderful local cake baker Lisa Beale, Cake Creations Devon https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cake-Creations-Devon/242421595811215 – Every week is a new adventure of flavours and tastes – no wonder Lisa’s cakes are very popular!
We sell organic espresso coffee and hot choc & tea from local producer Owens Coffee. Soft drinks from local producer Luscombe Drinks and delicious biodynamic cordials from Derek Lapworth, Buckfastleigh.
We also sell Salcombe Diary Ice creams and home made spelt flour waffles cooked fresh on the spot 🙂
Jellyfish cafe/bar is fully licensed and have Luscombe Cider, Jale Ale, lager, white & red wine on the menu.
Bring your children and come into the warmth – enjoy the wonderful exhibition, let your children be creative and find out more – explore!

Photoshoots:

Jellyfish’s family or portrait photoshoots can be booked in the studio or on location. £25 for 1/2h.
Please book now for memorable Christmas presents:)

Anything else you would like to do – come in and have a chat – we are open for more events to come:)

Warm December, Christmas and New Year wishes from Nathilde & Jellyfish

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