Welcome to C3 Micro Meetups: quick, informal, and fun weekly sessions to connect with the creative community and pick up a few tricks along the way.
Come sing and dance your troubles away while getting a great workout!
Zing-Along is a singing exercise event featuring sing-alongs to pop and Broadway hits paired with simple dance, yoga and fitness moves. We’ll breathe deeply and free our voices as we gain core strength, endurance, balance and range of motion.
We will be led by fitness pro and performing artist Pam Peterson. Pam is a dynamic teacher who believes that exercise should be fun and healing. Pam is an ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and Senior Fitness Specialist whose forte is leading individuals age 50+ to greater health and wellbeing. Known for her upbeat energy, Pam has taught exercise for 40 years as a personal trainer and group instructor.
As a performing artist, Pam is known for her joyful, humorous approach to aging. Her musical parodies have 7 million views on YouTube. She is a Chicago cabaret favorite, winner of the After Dark Award for Outstanding Cabaret Artist. Pam has written and starred in shows at cabarets including NYC’s Metropolitan Room and Chicago’s Davenport’s. She is the founder of the vocal duo The Boomer Babes.
Register in advance for this Zoom meeting.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email link to participate in Zing-Along.
Past Micro Meetups:
Checkout some of our past Micro Meetups on YouTube!
Zentangle with Starla Snead
Word Games with Alicia Dale
Virtual Filmmaking with Jeff Sweeton
Woodcut-Style Illustrations with Bryan “Breadwig” Ballinger
Snapseed Photo App with Robert Potter
Comix Jam! Live Drawing with George Berlin
Hand-Stitched Paper Art with Jenn Ross
iWatermark Photo App with Robert Potter
Modern Metal Point Art with Philip Karnezis
Paper Sculpture Design with George Berlin
Creativity Can Be Contagious with Stephen Starr
Hot Stuff! Lampwork Glass Beads with Cynthia McEwen
Water-Based Painting for Illustration with George Berlin
Drink and Draw! with George Berlin and Bryan “Breadwig” Ballinger
Written by: mtanimura