Sagg Pond November 2016
Cormorant. Great Blue Heron. The call of Kingfisher seizes my attention. I hear him and wonder if it is he standing poised atop the flagpole, noble one of Sagg Pond . The lower stripes of the American flag drape around the old mooring. Spiderwebs – woven threads of gossamer curtain across reeds. Each delicate strand with tiny dewdrops. “Enjoy yourself!” radiant beads of early morning light
A workshop dedicated to stepping into greater wholeness this winter and establishing creative practices with your own rhythms and in relationship to what is relevant to your life –
We will be writing as an exploratory and visionary tool to tap into our deep nourishing creative potential. Setting up a map for our winter journey. Committing to a creative practice that suits your imagination, vision, internal landscape. Creating as a way of insulating, preparing, restoring.
Winter Counts are a Native American practice that traditionally chronicled the important events that occcured in a year beginning with the first snowfall. They were physical records used in conjunction with a more extensive oral history.
Friday November 18th, 11:00 a.m – 2 pm
Workshop fee: $45
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