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Thursday September 17th, 2015 with Suzette Schmiedel
Boosting Learning and Memory

BOOSTING LEARNING AND MEMORY How would you like to be better at problem solving, memorizing, increasing your ability to focus, and learning new things no matter what constraints you were born with or have acquired along the way? Find out how with Neuroscience Researcher Daniel Moreau an Expert on Accelerated Learning. This will be followed by new scientific Stem Cell research with Dr. Chris Morris.
Excerpt of Bach - Cello Suite No.1 i-Prelude
Mischa Maisky - Youtube
A song that portrays how it feels when our brain is foggy and we can't remember things:
Out of Control
Beast - Beast Canadian
A tune that allows us to increase the neuro plasticity of our brain by practicing language skills:
(French Version) What I Wouldn't do
Serena Ryder - Harmony [Limited Edition] Canadian
Recorded Interview Dr. Morris
Something to Nourish the Heart and Brain:
The Mystic's Dream
Loreena McKennitt - Nights from the Alhambra Canadian
Special Guest:
Daniel Mauro, M.Cog.Sc
Neuroscience Researcher and Accelerated Learning Expert
Founder/Editor of High Performance Brain Magazine

Toronto October 2 & 3
Contact: Sylvia Parker at
or call (613) 297-9924
Interactive CKCU
I AM ALIVE EVENT CALENDAR The Ottawa Peace Festival is featuring over 25 free events spreadout throughout the city, hosted by 21 organizations for 32 days at 18 locations around the capital. You can go to to view the calendar of activities and the interactive city map. One event that I would like to highlight is free screening of DamNation on Tuesday September 29 at 7PM, a documentary that tells the story of grassroots people working to free the dammed rivers of the U.S. This documentary will allow you to better understand the importance of taking part in Freeing the Falls' at Chaudière in Ottawa. E ATTENTION EVERYONE: It will be held at the Ottawa Citizen’s Building, 1101 Baxter Road in Ottawa at 7PM. For more info contact Judith Matheson at 819-684-3099 or Sylvia Parker at 613-721-0039 or visit What’s on in Wakefield: On Friday September 25 The Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre Will be featuring “If I had a hammer”: The Life and Times of Pete Seeger, presented by Stephen Richer PhD at 7pm in the Gwen Shea Hall. Banjo playing sociologist folk/protest singer, Stephen Richer, will provide us with an insightful and musically entertaining look at the life and music of Pete Seeger. Go to for more information.

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