A lovely blessing for November:
May you have a feast for your heart, focus on your blessings, and flourish in November.
Dia de Los Muertos with Do Palma and Betsy Cannon
Dia de Los Muertos is the Mexican holiday celebrating and honoring our ancestors and loved ones who have passed. Fiber artist Do Palma and Betsy Cannon will explain the traditions and share their experiences exploring the altars, stories, and graves through central and southern Mexico. Come make a shadow box, a Day of the Dead memento and honor your ancestors with us. See more.
Creating a Sustainable Food System for All with Oran Hesterman
Another of our favorite “F” words for November is food. Breaking bread with friends and family can be one of the grounding moments of our year. A broken food system can be emblematic of our broken culture. During several presentations, Oran Hesterman will show us how our food system is broken and how we can help fix it. See more.
Mindfulness Meditation with Pete Kirchmer
Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present in the moment and to have healthy responses to the world around us. Pete Kirchmer will lead and teach Mindfulness Meditation so you’ll develop enhanced creativity, learn to respond appropriately to stress at work and home, and experience greater freedom and ease. Sign us up for this life-changing week. See more.
Chi Running and Chi Walking with Chris Griffin
Do you wish you had longer legs, faster half marathon split times, and were ten years younger? Us too! In the meantime, there’s Chi Running and Chi Walking with Chris Griffin. Come learn how to have shorter recovery times, faster run times, and be a more efficient runner. Chi running is an integrative approach that addresses your joints, muscles, body, and soul. See more.
Pilates with Michael Fritzke and Ton Voogt
Thank your lucky stars it’s Pilates week! Join us for Pilates Week with two of its most recognized instructors, Michael Fritzke and Ton Voogt. Focus on improving your flexibilty, posture, strength and mental awareness this week with Pilates. You’ll be thankful you did. See more.