Saturday, March 31, 1-3 pm.
Tour two houses in the Pontiac Trail/Wright St. area and check out their repurposed architectural features, from redwood flooring to bowling alley countertops. On hand will be John Haling, who runs a local “urban lumber” sawmill discussing the benefits and how-to’s of utilizing wood from urban areas that otherwise would be chipped, burned or landfilled. Click here to see the flyer for the event!
$6 per ticket
For more information and to register, go to the Hour School.
(Proceeds will help pay for this summer’s Northside Neighborhood Picnic
-July 22nd, Beckley Park–Mark you calendars, details TBA!
More information on the picnic coming to A2Share.org .)
Introduction to Council Circles
Wednesday, 3/14, 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Rudolf Steiner High School, 2230 Pontiac Trail Dr., 48105
~Sessions is free; donations welcome~
Learn about and experience the ancient pan-cultural practice of sharing insight and experience in a council circle. Council circles have re-emerged as a place to listen deeply and speak from the heart. Check out http://www.ojaifoundation.org/page/what-council and http://www.wisdomcircle.org/format.html to see more about council circles.
(Registration is not required, but helps us in planning the session.)
This is the second in a series of three sessions that focuses on “heart and soul” skills for a graceful transition to our low-energy future.
Sessions presented by Jeanne Mackey, MSW
Jeanne Mackey is a lifelong musician, community-builder, and change-maker. Her CD, “Drop the Knife: A Memoir-in-Song”, is available at Crazy Wisdom Bookstore.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org * (734)846-8024