The Panel Mixer Event

The Panel Mixer Event

 

We are so excited to feature our first event in the Lower Mainland. 

MAY 27th, 630pm, at Old Hand Coffee in Abbotsford 

This intimate event will be conducted in a style we are calling a Panel Mixer. The framework includes a panel discussion, time and space to meet and connect with one another, and some tasty savouries, sweets and sips. 

There are many women doing work online and wrestling with issues of their faith, their success, and their creativity. A Little Light is a community for these women who are looking for support and encouragement. This evening is all about bringing this community together. 

We hope you will come out and take this opportunity to meet some like-minded women, learn from some inspiring ladies and simply connect with one another. 

Tickets are $15 per person. Doors open at 6pm, event starts at 6:30pm. 

 

 

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MEET The Panel

Jenni Marie

Jenni Marie will be facilitating the panel. She is the photographer and blogger of JenniMarie.com

Louise

Louise Chapman is a teacher turned photographer, blogger and foster parent. She is the blogger of Talk Nerdy to Me Blog.

Lynnelle

Lynnelle Peters is the owner and designer at Tiptoe Meadow design and decor.

Stefanie

Stefanie Tong is the blogger of ECE Mom and is in the works of publishing her first book.

Kim

Kim Gladman is the owner, designer and blogger of SHE IS CLOTHING

Thank you to our door prize sponsors

Rose Dykstra of Simply Rose Photography will be gifting a headshot photo session.
Claire De Boer of The Gift of Writing will be gifting a free online course.

Special Thanks to

Elsie Road Magazine

We are excited to have Katy Togeretz of Elsie Road Magazine, an online magazine for Christian Creatives, sharing a short message of inspiration.

Lemon Thistle

Thanks to Colleen Pastoor of Lemon Thistle for generously donating some of her hand-lettered art for the event.

The sweet baker

We are proud to feature the sweet treats made by Katie-Sue Stauffer of The Sweet Baker, based in Hope.

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