Tuesday, December 17 and 19 first meeting (two groups): Women’s Shamanic Mentoring Group, three-month winter session, Read more and register by clicking here: Shamanic Mentoring Group, Winter Session.
Register and learn more here: Earth Light Workshops.
Friday, June 23: 10 am to 2 pm. Nature Meditation. Meet in the Look About Lodge parking lot. This event is free.
April 4, May 2, and May 23, Shamanic Journeying: An Experiential Step-By-Step Approach. Shadybrook, 6 to 8 pm Find out more and register at: http://shadybrook.org/shamanic-journeying-an-experiential-step-by-step-approach
February 8, 17: 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Grief Ritual and Meditation for the Healing of the World. Lake Erie Institute, In this community gathering, I will facilitate one of Joanna Macy’s grief and empowerment rituals, discuss some heartening ideas from her book Active Hope, and close with a healing meditation. This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 20, 2016, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Sacred Earth Circle and Solstice Meditation. Lake Erie Institute. Email for readings and detailed directions: email@example.com.
September 25, 2016, 1 to 4 pm, Equinox Nature Meditation. Meet at the parking area for Look About Lodge, in South Chagrin Reservation. This event is free. Bring something to sit on and a bottle of water.
April 6, 2016, 6:30 pm (email me for the address): Concert and Fundraiser for the Indigenous Environmental Network, with Liz Meacham, Stuart Abrams, and the EcoLogos Singers. Founder and director of the IEN, Tom Goldtooth, will also speak. This is a rare opportunity to meet one of the most influential environmental activists of our time. Click on their name to learn more about the Indigenous Environmental Network. Suggested donation is $20.
Arts for the Earth, March 31, 2016, 7 to 9pm, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, Musical selections from EcoLogos: original ecospiritual music by Liz Meacham (with my inspiring and talented EcoLogos singers!). Opening for Chris Reynolds, singer, teacher, and shaman, www.urrealist.com. Also, students will share their art work, poetry, and music for the earth. See a flyer here: Arts for the Earth.
October 4, 2015, 1pm to 4pm: South Chagrin Reservation, Contemplative Ecotherapy and Shamanic Practices for Women.
Sunday, August 2nd, 9am to 4pm: Look About Lodge: South Chagrin Reservation, Chagrin Falls, OH: Contemplative Ecotherapy Retreat
Saturday, June 6th, 3 to 4:30: South Chagrin Reservation, Squaw Rock Picnic Area, Healing Meditation (being something to sit on in the woods).
Saturday, May 16th, 1 to 3 pm: Introduction to Ecopsychology, Tarsitano Winery, Conneaut, Ohio, Buckeye Art Therapy Association Regional Meeting.
Sunday, April 26th, 3pm: Sustainability, Spirituality, and Community, a Free Webinar through Ursuline College. Register here.
Thursday, April 23rd, 6 to 8 pm: Ursuline College, Mullen Commuter Lounge: Sustainability, Spirituality, and Community, a “salon” sponsored by the Department of Theological and Pastoral Studies.
Tuesday, April 21st, 7 to 9pm/Parnell’s Pub on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights: PorchSwing
Tuesday, April 4th, 8 to 9:30 pm: Barking Spider Tavern, University Circle: PorchSwing
Tuesday, March 24th, 7 to 9pm/Parnell’s Pub on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights: PorchSwing
Monday, December 8th at 11:30 AM/St. Angela Chapel, Ursuline College: #LightForLima Interfaith Global Climate Vigil
Thursday, October 30th at 7:00 PM /Ursuline College 16th Annual Faculty Lecture Series/Pilla Dining Room
Fracking and the Future of Sustainability Justice in Northeast Ohio
A local food movement is exploding in northeast Ohio, part of a growing network of sustainability, social, and political activism. Meanwhile, horizontal hydraulic fracturing is coming to the region, potentially threatening the soil, air, and water that are essential to emerging sustainable food systems. This multi-media presentation investigates the interacting political economies of global industrial energy and the local grassroots sustainability movement in our region. Is there a way forward that can include multiple ethical perspectives on, and visions for, “the land” in Northeast Ohio?