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Stories for a SUmmer Evening

June 9 • 7pm

Tickets $15

Stories are the world's oldest form of communication and serve so many purposes in our lives. These stories will touch your heart, your mind and your funny bone. Featuring tellers from the Asheville Storytelling Circle, Chuck Fink, Kyra Freeman, and Zane Chait, with Kirsten Mitchell as EmCee.

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Art in Bloom

June 15-17, 2023

Save the dates! This year marks the 17th Annual Art in Bloom, our most anticipated fundraiser of the year. This multi-faceted event celebrating nature and art combines two gallery exhibits, live floral arrangements, and local garden tours featuring working artists. Whether you join us for one event or all of them, you are playing an important role in supporting the arts in our community.

June 15, 5-7pm • Preview Party

June 16-17, 10am-4pm • Floral Exhibit

June 16-17, 10am-2pm • Garden Tour

Learn more about Art in Bloom

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Presence of Mindfulness

Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 • $90

June 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, August 1

In this 6 week series,  we will use the building blocks of mindfulness meditation practice–breath, body, feelings, and thoughts as we cultivate our capacity to be present and work with what we are noticing in each moment.  As we learn more about our own minds and hearts, there is an intimate and soulful connection to ourselves and each other. From this place of less stress, we can deepen our ability to create the lasting change we want in our lives.  Each session will include time for guided mindfulness meditation,  journaling, and group dialogue. The aim is to create a supportive learning pod, so life’s challenges can be an opportunity to grow in mindfulness and heartfulness, even while living in a turbulent world. This series is created for both beginner and experienced meditators alike. Themes of exploration include: changing habit patterns, nervous system regulation, self care, and “how to’s” from Buddhist Psychology.

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