Last Sunday I had the pleasure of working with “my gang” at Rideau Manor again! 5 seniors participated in an Operation Sock Monkey (OSM) workshop and prepped a bunch of sock monkeys in celebration of Clowns Without Borders South Africa!
Yesterday, residents at Rideau Manor in Burnaby BC, participated in an Operation Sock Monkey (OSM) workshop! I had pre-prepped many sock birds for the residents to decorate (and to keep one each!). During the workshop, I talked about OSM and we decorated monkeys and birds. It was an afternoon of smiles and laughter!
We talked about the Operation Sock Monkey Handbook and had a raffle at the end of the workshop. This lovely resident won the “Canada Ambassador” and loved decorating her sock bird.
Many of the residents are visually impaired yet loved creating through the sense of touch.
Thanks to Brent for arranging the opportunity and to Parmida for doing video capture for upcoming video! And thank you to the participants for being part of the cause. And to all the local OSM operatives who made the sock monkeys!
Lindsey , OSM founder, picked up the batch of birds and monkeys today to add to this week’s shipment to Clowns Without Borders South Africa! The sock creatures will be a part of the continued development of the Sinovuyo Caring Families project in Cape Town, South Africa.