March, 2019

This is a repeating event

12Mar7:30 PM9:00 PMToastmasters Prince Rupert7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Lester Centre for the Arts

Event Details

Prince Rupert Toastmasters Club meets every Tuesday at The Lester Centre of the Arts from 19:30 – 21:00 hrs Guests are always welcome!

Each week we explore a new theme. The remainder of the themes are as follows:

March 12: Imaginary Landscapes
March 19: Games with Friends
March 26: Planting Seeds
April 2: My ah-ha moment
April 9: The backwards meeting
April 16: Siblings
April 23: Nature tells a story
April 30: Great memories
May 7: Star Gazing
May 14: Laughter is the best medicine
May 21: Deja vu
May 28: Science gone wrong
June 4: Saitre
June 11: Jump in with both feet
June 18: Personal Growth
June 25: Sweet Summer


Since 1924, Toastmasters International has been recognized as the leading organization dedicated to communication and leadership skill development. Through its worldwide network of clubs, each week Toastmasters helps more than a quarter million men and women of every ethnicity, education level and profession build their competence in communication so they can gain the confidence to lead others. Toastmasters continues to build on its legacy by providing a strong foundation for the future. Its proven educational program continually evolves to address the needs of the world’s communicators and leaders both today and tomorrow.

The world needs leaders. Leaders head families, coach teams, run businesses and mentor others. These leaders must not only accomplish; they must communicate. By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program.

The organization answers a new generation’s plea: Where can I go to become a better communicator and ultimately, a stronger leader? Toastmasters members learn to tell their stories. They listen and answer. They plan and lead. They give feedback — and accept it. Through our community of learners, they find their path to leadership. They do this by practice and learning skills by filling meeting roles, ranging from giving a prepared or an impromptu speech to serving as timer, evaluator or grammarian. There is no instructor; instead, each speech and meeting is critiqued by a member in positive manner, focusing on what was done correctly and what could be improved. Great communicators tend to be great leaders.”



(Tuesday) 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM


Lester Centre for the Arts

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