Events at The Center
Friday, April 15 - 7 to 8:30 pm
Every third Friday of the month In-Person at The Center
Traditional Native American communication is organized in a Circle. A circle has no head. When sitting in a circle, we move with the energy of Mother Earth around Father Sun, in a clock wise motion. In a Talking Circle, we remove the physical barriers between us, so there are no tables. This was the way of the Ancients.
All are welcome. We only ask that those present carry an open heart and an attitude of respect. Our primary purpose is to recognize and share our sacred connection, our sacred relationship with each other and all Creation.
Morning Meditation with The Center
Monday through Friday - 6:30 to 6:45 am
How we begin the day can have a tremendous impact on how the rest of it goes. The Center is honored to support the start of your day. 15 min every weekday Monday – Friday from 6:30 – 6:45am join the Center community for a short and powerful practice led by a facilitator dedicated to helping you bring more peace, calm and balance into your day.
Join any day, any time, from anywhere - home, work, or while on vacation, on a bus, train, plane or in the passenger seat of a car and stay as long as you want. There is no charge for this class and the only thing you need is to be seated.
Donations in time, talent or treasure are happily accepted to help the Center continue to fulfil their mission of sharing the good news with the community.
You have the power to think positively about yourself, the community and the future. You have the power to create habits that are supportive to your growth. You have the power to manifest wellness and prosperity on all levels into your life.
Manifest peace. Manifest purpose. Manifest joy. Manifest light. Manifest love.
We look forward to practicing, learning and sharing with you.
Use the following Zoom link to attend: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81358772809
Thursday, July 14 - 5 to 7 pm
Join Marsh Haven Nature Center Director, Renee Wahlen, to discover how you can use nature as your inspiration and guide to writing. Journaling can be therapeutic and fun. A nature journal is a place to grow your thoughts, feelings, ideas, activities, observations, and relationship with the natural world. And, it is an opportunity to use the changes of the four seasons and the connection to the four directions to interpret your own personal changes and growth. This hands-on program will help you get started on your journaling adventure. In this workshop we will explore the history of storytelling with a focus on the written word. Different forms of journals will be looked at, along with the many different journaling methods and their benefits. We will explore the connection between seasons and directions and our own connection to the natural world. There will be time to wander the trails at Marsh Haven and begin the journaling process. Each session ends with an informal discussion around the fire, and community time for those who can stay a little longer.