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Wilbur Sargunaraj--Musical Storytime

Saturday Jan 25 2020 1:00 pm, Saskatoon, Travel Alcove

Join Wilbur Sargunaraj for an interactive musical performance, storytime and book signing.

In How to be a Simple Superstar, Cultural Intelligence Facilitator Wilbur Sargunaraj takes us around the world to teach us what it means to be a Simple Superstar. As he makes friends from all walks of life, Wilbur shows us how to celebrate the beauty of every person and live a simple, other-centred life. Inspired by his mentor Jean Vanier, Wilbur introduces 8 ideas that will encourage children and adults to become the best versions of themselves. Makes for an excellent gift for parents, kids or a coffee table book for a Wilbur fan!

Known as the “Simple Superstar”, Wilbur Sargunaraj is a musician and certified Cultural Intelligence Facilitator. Wilbur uses his platform to create films and music, which call attention to many social issues and his passion is for reconciliation, justice, and helping people build relational bridges across differences. In addition to his artistic projects, Wilbur performs and speaks at schools, orphanages, youth centres and businesses to inspire children and adults around the world to become first class culturally intelligent Simple Superstars. Wilbur was born in a small prairie town on Treaty 7 territory in Alberta, Canada and grew up in rural South India. Wilbur considers Treaty 6 Territory, SK one of his many homes! Wilbur is currently on tour with his new children’s book and album. (For more info on Wilbur visit www.wilbur.asia Social Media: @wilburworldwide)

See:

How to be a Simple Superstar

- by Wilbur Sargunaraj

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In How to be a Simple Superstar, Cultural Intelligence Facilitator, Wilbur Sargunaraj takes us around the world to teach us what it means to be a Simple Superstar. As he makes friends from all walks of life, Wilbur shows us how to celebrate the beauty of every person and live a simple, other-centred life. Inspired by his mentor Jean Vanier, Wilbur introduces 8 ideas that will encourage children and adults to become the best versions of themselves.