e one, Come all…………………….. to hear our very own Lavender Knight share some of your life knowledge.
After spending most of my adult life working really hard in gardens and a variety of family structures, accomplishing many tasks and attempting to force plants and children to grow in directions i thought were best (with care and love of course), i am discovering that all that work is over-rated. My current path is one of great mindfulness and experiments in intentional neglect. I look forward to sharing some of the tools i have been learning in the realms of children and the earth, and how to use mindfulness to eliminate “work” in your gardening tasks (truly bringing to life the idea of the garden as a personal therapeutic tool). Please bring children along to this meeting…borrow some from a neighbor if yours aren’t available…
Thursday, May 21st
First Congregational Church at Old University and Breeze Terrace on Campus. Free parking off Lathrop behind the church. Fellowship Hall is down a few flights of stairs after you come in the back door. There are signs in the halls of the church.
1609 University Avenue
6:30 – 7:15 pm: Potluck and Sharing time. Please bring your own dishes and utensils if possible.
7:15 – 7:30 pm: Announcements and Sharings
7:30 – 8:30 pm: Lavender and Discussion to follow.
8:30 pm: Clean-up. Please, everyone chip in.
This should be a fun, casual meeting. As Lavender said, please feel free to bring kids. Let’s revel in this wonderful spring time energy together.
Questions? Lost? Call or text Kate at 608-213-2230.