Please join us for this highly important workshop that affects EVERYONE living in Switzerland, so it is essential to understand the ramifications that this (relatively) new institution could potentially have on you and your loved ones, even if you have a will or living will.
On Saturday 23. June the Lili Centre will be celebrating it's second anniversary! Come and celebrate with us! To mark the occasion we will hosting an open door day party at the Lili Centre (Alpenquai 40a, 6005 Luzern) on Saturday 23. June from 9:00 to 22:00. There will be food and drinks throughout the day, a variety of fun workshops for kids and adults, live music, entertainment as well as a raffle with the chance to win many great prizes.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
9:30 Doors Open - Breakfast Buffet
10:00 Treasure Hunt For Kids
10:30 Yarn / Crafts Workshop
10:30 Music For Kids
11:00 HSK Sports Activities
11:30 Yoga Workshop
13:00 HSK Games For Kids
14:00 Photography Workshop
14:30 Cupcake Decorating
15:00 Translation Services
16:30 'My Mountains' Presentation
17:30 Live music
18:30 Dinner - BBQ
19:00 Movie screening for kids
20:00 Theatre performance
20:30 Music & Dancing
SESSION ONE: 7. June 2018 (18:30 - 20:30)
This first session will be led by Denise Mattsson of JIFF and is all about preparing your CV for the Swiss market. Your USP, your CV & selling yourself on paper. Participants should bring their CV's with them on this evening.
SESSION TWO: 14. June 2018 (18:30 - 20:30)
The second session will be divided into two parts. The first will be led by Petraviciute Lina of Tuskwood who will talk about LinkedIn, your social media profile and its importance. The second section will be led by Denise Mattsson and include follow-ups to CVs as well as looking at participants online profiles.
SESSION THREE: 21. June 2018 (18:30 - 20:30)
The final session will also be divided into two parts. The first section will be led by Dr Brandi Eijsermans of Optimal Wellness Global. How are your CVs interpreted by recruiters? How to make your weaknesses your USPs?! The second part will be led by Evelin Bermudez of Swiss International Volunteer Organisation - SIVO who will talk about strategic volunteering.
Where: The LiLi Centre (Alpenquai 40a, 6005 Luzern)
When: 7. / 14. /21. June
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Cost: CHF 40.- per person* for the whole 3 part workshop (to be paid in cash on first evening) Drop in rate: CHF 20.- per session
*Please note a minimum of 5 participants is needed to run the workshop.
To sign up:
Workshop 1 - Learn the fundamentals of composition. We will examine some of the basic rules of composition and apply them to help you begin to think critically about your images
Workshop 2 - Mastering Manual Exposure. Take your photography to the next level with this workshop designed to help you master shooting in manual mode.
The course will be taught by photographer Gergely Molnar. For more information click here.
Where: Lili Centre
When: Saturday 2. & 9. June
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Cost: Lili Centre Members CHF 80.- / Non-Members CHF 100.-
To sign up:
More about Gergely
I was born in 1980 in Tata, Hungary. I was a sport enthusiast from a very young age and started playing basketball at 10 and playing in the first and later second league for almost 20 years. Next to the sport I have started working in technology in Budapest for different multinational companies. I always loved to travel and discover new places and that’s how photography got my attention. It is all started with my trips to the Olympics, at the beginning with only a compact camera and from 2007 with my first DSLR a Nikon D70. With a change in my career I moved to Switzerland in 2010, where I still live today and where I continued working in technology but this time in a university where I also started to teach.
My mission is to promote the preservation of our nature and night skies and inspire exploration of our world through still imagery & workshops. I am specialised in landscape and astrophotography ranging from fine-art imagery of high altitude wilderness areas to time-lapse videos of the night sky.
Reuse, recycle, re-home!
On Sunday 17. June we will be hosting a ‘Yard Sale & Craft Fair’ at the Lili Centre! Members can rent a table for CHF 10.- to sell craft / handmade goods or any unwanted items (books, clothing, children toys, household items, electrical items etc.) Please note items must be clean and in good condition. Any electrical items must in good working order. No food items.
Reserve your table today! If you would like to rent a table please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Tables cost CHF 10.- for the day (payment must be made in advance by 15.06.18) and sellers must be there for the duration to supervise their table. All unsold items must be taken away at the end of the day.
Where: Lili Centre
Date: Sunday 17. June
Time: 10:00 - 16:00 (set up for sellers from 9:00 - 10:00, clean up from 16:00 - 17:00)
Cost: Entrance is free!
Learn about creating content for social media, how to run live social media accounts, planning and implementing integrated campaigns, creating and managing social media advertising campaigns, tracking analytics and using data to improve performance. This is a 2-part workshop, the next instalment will be on Saturday 26. May.
The evening presents an opportunity to taste and purchase an exclusive selection of fine ciders from the Ciderhouse.ch collection. All of the specially chosen Ciders are made from 100% fresh pressed juice. Bring your food for the BBQ and let the Cider expert provide suggestions for the perfect Cider match.
Due to inclement weather there will be no bring your own BBQ this evening.... the good news however is tonight is the opening of photographer Gergely Molnar exhibition "Wild West" at the Lili Centre! The exhibition is focusing on the “Wild West” of Lucerne in the region called Entlebuch Biosphere, a natural reserve at the foot of the Alps in the Swiss Canton of Lucerne. The collection includes dreamy landscapes, starry nights & unbelievable sunsets of the last 10 years. Join us from 18:00 - 20:00 for a cosy apéro and to meet the artist! Entrance is free.
To find out more about the exhibition click here.
And you can also pick up your copy of the latest Living in Luzern magazine - hot off the press!