Hello Lewy Warriors!
We hope you have all had a wonderful March. We don't have a whole lot to update you on this month so this will be a short blog post. We do have a bunch of plans that are really starting to come together for the summer months, so expect some updates and information on these events in the next blog post at the end of April.
What we can tell you today is that we are finally working on having our site translated so that we can offer an English and French version of the Canadian LBD Information website. This process has been slow going as we're taking extra time to find a translation service that understands the importance of medical terminology and will give us a proper translation of those words. We don't want anything to get lost in translation. That update to the site should be coming in the next month or two and when it does happen, we may have to close the page down for a day or two. Don't worry though, you will be given plenty of heads up and our Facebook will remain active during the downtime.
Secondly, we have had to move the date of the second CLBDI online art show to July due to some personal things happening behind the scenes and have decided for various reasons that it will remain as an online-only event. This means that there will no longer be an actual in-person art show. We are sorry if anyone was looking forward to that but this will be safer for the public. We're looking forward to announcing more information on the show at the end of April.
With that being said, we are looking at hosting some sort of outdoor CLBDI event in the summer, so there will still be a chance for us to (hopefully) get out into the community and see some friendly faces.
And, lastly, there are still a few CLBDI shirts left! Our stock numbers are dwindling fast and some of the sizes are completely sold out, so if you wanted to get a shirt... the clock is ticking! Check out the design and place an order on our "Community" page.
That's all from us this month. We hope you have a wonderful April.
The CLBDI blog is run by Advisory Board member Joseph Daniel.