What do you wish for?

Do you base our choices on what you want, or what you think you're supposed to want? Let yourself feel what you feel and want what you want, THEN engage your mind in the process. The best wishes are born from your heart.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Molly Blue Dawn's List of Events for the Week starting Wednesday, November 30, 2011

British Traditional Wicca 101, The Creative Spark, Rise Up and Dance!, World Aids Day, Beaded Jewelry Making Class, A Tale of Two Genres, Dickens Family Victorian Holiday Party, Red Tent Evening, Napa Valley Ceramic Artists Winter Holiday Sale, Earth Energy Walk, Journey of the Divine Feminine, San Jose Heritage Holiday, California College of the Arts Holiday Fair, Introduction to Shamanic Practices from Ireland, 20 Harps for the Holidays, Roy Zimmerman: Live from the Starving Ear, Urban Composting, Harnessing Hormonal Harmony, Recycle Woman, Deco the Halls, The Great Dickens Christmas Fair!, Goddess Awakening, Ashkenaz International Holiday Bazaar, Hanging of the Greens, Roy Zimmerman's PeaceNick Concert, Iona Dreaming: The Healing Power of Place, Bardic Evening, South Bay Pagan Salon, Expand Your Heart Awareness

British Traditional Wicca 101
with Lady Argante
Wednesday, November 30, 7:00-9:00PM, and 2 more Wednesdays through December 14
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355
$10 per class

“Lady Argante, a third-degree Gardnerian Elder and the High Priestess of the Coven Daoine Sidhe, comes to The Sacred Well to offer a class that will provide students with a spiritual and practical introduction to Wicca from a British Traditional perspective.

This 14-week course includes an introduction to British Traditional Wicca's history, cosmology and Wheel of the Year; meditations on the Goddess, the God, and the four elements; basic magical ethics and methods; and informal rituals for Samhain and Yule.

Class space is limited, so call The Sacred Well today at 510-444-9355 to sign up for the entire course, or for any individual class.”

The Creative Spark
part of The Power of Dreams film series
Wednesday, November 30, 7:00PM
The Dream Institute of Northern California, 1672 University Avenue, Berkeley, 510-845-1767

“Filmmaker and sociologist Michelle Peticolas will show selected episodes from the Discovery documentary, “The Power of Dreams,” offering comments and leading discussion following each film. She worked on this film series and also produced her own award-winning three-part documentary, Secrets of Life and Death.

Wednesday, November 30 - Sacred Sleep
Ancient cultures considered dreams as messages from the gods, and recorded them in myth and legend. This film takes us on a journey into Native American, Aboriginal, Tibetan, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic religious traditions to show how dreams have shaped the worlds in which we live. How does the spiritual aspect of dreaming manifest in modern times? Michelle will share examples from her workshops and participants are welcome to share relevant stories of their own.

The Dream Institute is an experimental cultural center founded in 2003. It has come into being during this time known as the shift or the great turning. Our offerings include weekend workshops, daylong seminars, evening salons, film series, professional training, art exhibits, retreats, and dream-based performances. We are also the West Coast center for Culture Dreaming. Programs and events are open to the public; continuing education seminars are for professionals in the healing arts. We do not advocate any single philosophical, psychological, spiritual, or religious viewpoint toward dreams or personal growth.”

Rise Up and Dance!
Wednesday, November 30, 7:00PM
Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley
$8-$20 sliding scale

“A concert and dance party to support and benefit Laney College’s CalWORKs, a program that helps families rise from poverty to careers through community college education.

Open to all, whether you like partner dances such as West Coast swing, nightclub two-step, country-western two-step, Argentine tango, or just want to boogie, or sit down and enjoy the show!”

World Aids Day
Thursday, December 1
check the website below to find local events

“World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held in 1988.

World AIDS Day is an opportunity for you to learn the facts about HIV and put your knowledge into action. If you understand how HIV is transmitted, how it can be prevented, and the reality of living with HIV today - you can use this knowledge to take care of your own health and the health of others, and ensure you treat everyone living with HIV fairly, and with respect and understanding.  

You can also show your support for people living with HIV on World AIDS Day by wearing a red ribbon, the international symbol of HIV awareness.

World AIDS Day is also a great opportunity to raise money and show your support for people living with HIV.”

Beaded Jewelry Making Class
Thursday, December 1, 7:00-9:00PM
Julie's Coffee and Tea Garden, 1223 Park Street, Alameda, 510-865-2385

“Just in time to make holiday gifts...  all materials provided free.
Linda Benmour and Anne Marie Foley of Bettes Bodacious Beading Beauties  are happy to share their jewelry making skills.  

We will provide everything to make one pair of earrings or one necklace.  Additional beads, jewelry and supplies will be available for purchase.

Join us to learn simple techniques to make beautiful jewelry for yourself or for holiday gifts.  
This is our way to give back to our wonderful community.”

The Un-Scripted Theater Company presents:
A Tale of Two Genres
Thursday-Saturday, December 1-3,
Thursday and Friday 8:00PM, Saturday 3:00PM and 8:00PM
playing through December 21
SF Playhouse, Stage 2, 533 Sutter Street, San Francisco
see website for detailed schedule and ticket information

“The Un-Scripted Theater Company is reprising 2010's successful improvised musical, A Tale of Two Genres, performed in the style of the audience's choice - as if written by Charles Dickens. The audience supplies the genre: it could be a post-apocalyptic drama, a western on the American prairie, a Tarantino heist story, or whatever else strikes their fancy. The Un-Scripted Theater Company uses that genre to improvise a full-length musical, as filtered through an absurd, complex, Victorian world, with quirky characters and sly narration that Dickens himself might have created.”

Dickens Family Victorian Holiday Party
Friday, December 2, 6:30-9:00PM
Falkirk Cultural Center, 1408 Mission Avenue, San Rafael, 415-485-3328
$10 Adults, $7 Children

“Join Charles Dickens and his family for a joyous evening of Victorian revelry at the Falkirk Mansion in San Rafael. Partake in a holiday treat as you go back in time to Victorian England and meet Charles Dickens, listen to him read from his famous works, watch his characters come alive (look out for Scrooge), meet and greet the true Father Christmas, play Victorian parlor games, dance and sing with our Victorian family and make traditional holiday crafts. Light food and drink will be served. A true family event..”

Red Tent Evening
Friday, December 2, 7:30-9:30PM
The Red Tent, 15495 Los Gatos Boulevard, Suite C, Los Gatos, 408-365-4905
$5-$10, complimentary entrance for young ladies menstruating-17 years old
Please RSVP/register at the website below

“Focus for the evening: Share a defining memory for each decade you have lived.

Women: Mothers, daughters (menstruating), grandmothers, sisters, aunts and female friends come together to share their power, love, courage, understanding, support and wisdom with one another.

Listen...receive...come to share from your heart

Food offerings brought to share are welcomed and encouraged

Red Tents are an old ritual honoring a time of transformation or transition in a woman's life...please join us for this amazing evening at The Red Tent in Los Gatos.

The well of power and wisdom is rich and deep...come and drink from it...we look forward to sharing this evening with you.”

Napa Valley Ceramic Artists Winter Holiday Sale
Friday-Sunday, December 2-4, see website for detailed schedule
NVC Community Education Center, 1360 Menlo Avenue, Napa

“The Napa Valley Ceramic Artists will hold their annual Holiday Ceramic and Mosaic Show and Sale, Dececember 2-4. The public is invited to the opening reception on Friday, December 2 from 6:00-8:00PM.  Refreshments will be served. Saturday hours 9:00AM-5:00PM, Sunday 12:00PM-5:00PM.

This talented group of artists present a diverse collection of decorative and functional pieces, from whimsical garden art to one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and ornaments. Shoppers will find something special for everyone on their list,  priced from $5.00 - $100.00.  This event is too good to miss. Stop in, look around, enjoy refreshments, and meet the artists.

A selected group of items will be raffled to benefit our scholarship fund. And a portion of sale proceeds go to fund classroom projects, tools and equipment needs. For more information please call 707-253-3070.”

Earth Energy Walk
with Community Seed
Saturday, December 3, 9:45AM-1:00PM (and first Saturday of every month)
Quail Hollow Ranch County Park, 800 Quail hollow Road, Felton
see link below for directions to meeting place

“Join us on our monthly walks, and feel the power of the Earth.  
Walks are on the first Saturday of each month!

Gather at 9:45AM
Departure: 10:00AM
Return: around 1:00PM.

Our walk is usually about 2-3 hrs round trip with a stop for meditation half way in. We will walk rain or shine, however... if the forecast is very stormy, call ahead to verify. 831-469-0336
Before beginning our walk together, we will take a moment to center our minds and bodies. Once we are all fully present, we will begin our journey, all the while tuning in, listening, and absorbing the energies of the elements, plants, and animals. Halfway into our walk we will sit for meditation, a guided visualization, and to share food.

Drinking water
A small snack
Hiking Shoes
Comfortable Clothes
Money for Parking (Several parks)
If the location is not listed... please call or email us.  831-469-0336, info@communityseed.org

Journey of the Divine Feminine
Workshop Series for Women
Saturday, December 3, 10:00AM-5:00PM, final session
Rudramandir, 830 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
$85 per workshop  
Women only
for more information or to register, please call 415-448-7043

“The time will come when it will be auspicious to be born into the body of a woman.  This is a ‘prophecy’ that came in novel I am working on called Daughter of Beautiful Promises.  Not long after, I was deeply moved by a Buddhist documentary where an aging nun was crying, wishing to be reborn as a man so she could practice and become enlightened.  I strongly believe that now is the time when it is auspicious to be born into the body of a woman.
Women are being called to come into their full power, to awaken the divine feminine qualities of love, compassion, forgiveness, patience and wisdom that the world so needs to come back into balance. The Dalai Lama, Mata Amritanandamayi and many other spiritual leaders and thinkers are calling women to guide the world into a new era by bringing forward the innate qualities of the divine feminine into ourselves, our communities and the world.  It is my deepest heart’s desire to answer this call and be a part of a positive change.
As women in this modern world, we are often struggling with day to day existence, trying to balance families, work, friendships, creative pursuits and spiritual practice, and yet there is this calling to offer.  Maybe answering the calling begins by not buying into what has been created for us.  I believe we need to find a place of stillness in the constant motion and noise to be able to deeply listen and hear the inner voice of guidance.  We need places of gathering women together for support, envisioning and creating.
We are blessed with having many amazing women teachers and leaders who have broken new ground, role models who can inspire us.  Yet all of us can participate in this change in small or large ways.  What is your vision?  As a woman, and perhaps as a mother, grandmother, a wife, an artist, a healer, a lover of life, what is it that you want most, for yourself, for others and for the world?   And how do you think we as women can walk the path?”

San Jose Heritage Holiday
Saturday, December 3, 10:00AM-4:00PM
Tea seatings at 11:00AM and 2:00PM
Fallon House, 175 West Saint John Street, San Jose
Holiday Tea tickets are $45 and include admission to Heritage Holiday

“Enjoy a traditional tea with scones, finger sandwiches and sweets featuring Satori Tea served by the players of the Shady Shakespeare Theatre Company. And tour the Fallon House decorated for the holidays with carolling Lyric Theatre!  Reserve your tickets today by calling Juanita at 408-918-1045, or email jlara@historysanjose.org”

California College of the Arts Holiday Fair
Saturday, December 3, 11:00AM-3:00PM
CCA Oakland Campus, Main Walkway, 5212 Broadway, Oakland

“CCA's idyllic Oakland campus becomes a bustling arts bazaar for a day. The public is invited to shop for one-of-a-kind, handmade, affordable gifts created by the CCA community: paintings, drawings, prints, cards, jewelry, ceramics, hand-blown glass, clothing, photography, textiles, ornaments, and more. Discover unique gifts while enjoying live jazz music and holiday treats.”

An Experiential Introduction to Shamanic Practices from Ireland and Beyond
a Spirits of the East Bay and Beyond Meetup event
Saturday, December 3, 12:30-2:30PM
Spiritual Permaculture Collective, 1211 Hazel Street, Pinole

Event organizer Kathy Buys says:
“In this three-hour workshop, we will explore some basic aspects of shamanism including working with the 3 worlds, establishing relationship with Guides, and non-ordinary states of consciousness. We'll learn about the Celtic sweathouses and the fairy realms. We'll spend some time stalking nature and relating to trees and stones as did the ancient Celts of long ago. This is an excellent workshop for those who want to learn more about core shamanism as well as about some aspects of shamanism specific to Ireland. It is a pre-requisite for a course this Spring that will delve deeper into Irish and core shamanism. No experience is necessary for this course and is open to experienced shamanic practitioners as well!”

20 Harps for the Holidays
Saturday, December 3, 4:00PM
Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Avenue, Los Altos
$15 general, $12 children 4-12 and seniors 60+

"Annual 20 Harps for the Holidays Concert

At Harpeggio Music we are not superstitious, so we are delighted to present our 13th annual holiday harp concert! The program will include a wide variety of festive holiday music and we will feature harp solos and ensembles, including our unique studio ensemble of more than twenty harps.

We are delighted to present this year's featured artist, Natalie Cox. Natalie has been a professional harpist, specializing in all forms of classical music, for thirty-five years. Natalie is well versed in solo, chamber, and orchestral playing and is principal harpist with the Oakland East Bay Symphony and the Festival Opera Orchestra.
Natalie teaches lever and pedal harp, both privately and at Dominican University in San Rafael. She also founded Harps of Orpheus, a performing student ensemble, to promote the joy of learning and making music with friends and colleagues. She has numerous recording credits to her name, including CDs as well as tv, radio and film scores.”

Roy Zimmerman: Live from the Starving Ear
Saturday, December 3, 8:00PM
Acoustic Vortex House Concerts, 14740 Mustang Trail, Larkspur
please RSVP to bruce@acousticvortex.com

“What's funny about war, poverty, ignorance, bigotry, neo-conservatism, homophobia, greed, lust and fear? Ask Roy Zimmerman. He's been writing satirical songs for twenty years.”

Urban Composting
Saturday, December 3, 10:00AM-12:00PM
Garden for the Environment, 7th Avenue at Lawton Street, San Francisco
Free, please register at the website below

“Winter can be a great time to start a new compost pile or to jump start one that just isn't breaking down. Join Garden For the Environment for a fun, hands-on workshop teaching basic methods of both backyard and worm composting! Compost is a rich soil amendment that will greatly benefit your garden plants, houseplants, and the environment, by diverting compostable material from the landfill. Learn how to turn those food scraps or fallen leaves into "gardeners black gold". Rot on!”

Thanks to Pixie for letting me know about this event!

Harnessing Hormonal Harmony
with Tomasa Macapinlac
Saturday, December 3, 1:30-3:30PM
The Mystic Dream, 1437 N Broadway, Walnut Creek, 925-933-2342
Free - please pre-register by phone or at the website below

“Are you tired of raging hormones controlling your life? Discover how to ease into hormonal shifts by doing three simple things and get instant results without spending outrageous amounts of money on products. You will learn three secrets to creating true hormonal harmony. The secret that’s right at your finger tips to keep your emotions at bay. How to create harmony in all areas of your life.

Tomasa Macapinlac is a nationally recognized Diplomat of Asian Bodywork Therapy who’s given thousands of sessions to woman and men with lasting results.”

Recycle Woman
Saturday, December 3, 5:45PM
Michaan Auction House, 2751 Todd Street, Alameda

“Recycle Woman is a movie bringing awareness to environmental issues while empowering the youth and community with the tools to become the solution to the problem. The film's script was cleverly written by Donald E. Lacy, who fused the real community work and journey of Jessica Jane Robinson, Miss Alameda, with comedy, Reality TV spoofs, romance, special effects, and real environmental disaster footage.

Screening Details:
Michaan Auction House: December 3, 5:45-7:00PM
Your VIP ticket includes the $10.50 movie ticket, a $10 donation to the foundations listed below, 3 personalized certificates from each organization, and a personalized autographed picture of Recycle Woman and Donald E. Lacy Jr.

Recycle Woman is a super hero whose alias is Miss Alameda. Recycle Woman made a promise to herself that she would do everything in her power to help save the planet and the people of the world. Her super powers help her accomplish this mission by giving her the ability to fly and show people images of the planet’s condition due to pollution and mistreatment, through the palm of her hand. She can even dump plastic gyre from the ocean onto people who refuse to listen. Her mission is to teach the community the power behind living sustainable lifestyles and taking responsibility for their everyday choices.

The film is sponsored by StopWaste.org, Northern California Recycling Association, Altamont Education Advisory Board, and Alameda County Industires. There are special guest appearances from Alameda's Mayor Marie Gilmore and the Alameda's Fire and Police Captains. With the support from Captain Charles Moore (who discovered the plastic gyre), the movie provides real life footage of plastic in the ocean from his movie, “Synthetic Sea.” The goal is to help create more awareness of the planets condition and empower people with the tools to start making simple sustainable changes in their daily lives to help save our home, planet Earth.”

Deco the Halls
Saturday-Sunday, December 3-4, Saturday 10:00AM-6:00PM, Sunday 10:00AM-5:00PM
Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 8th Street, San Francisco

“Deco The Halls - 20th Century Design Show Offers a RARE Glimpse into the ENTIRE ERA of 20th Century Design !

Over 200 exhibitors featuring a fusion of the best in antique genres ranging from the Arts and Crafts movement, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Streamline Moderne, Mid-Century Modern, 1950s, 60s, 70s design, vintage clothing, vintage fine and costume jewelry, Bakelite jewelry and ephemera. Tiki, Pop, Mad Men, Funk.”

Thanks to Violetta Pomme de Terre for letting me know about this event!

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair!
Saturday-Sunday, December 3-4, and every weekend through December 18, 11:00AM-7:00PM
Cow Palace Exhibition Halls, 2600 Geneva Avenue, Daly City
(various discounts may apply, and season tickets are available - see website for details)
Parking fees are $10.00 per car (charged by the Cow Palace).
Aphrodite’s Closet is offering a free ticket to the Dickens Fair with any purchase of $75 or more!
1201 Park Street, Alameda, 510-521-3313, info@sanctuaryoftheopenheart.org

“Celebrate the Holiday Season in Victorian London!
The bustling streets of London, immortalized for all time by the mighty pen of Charles Dickens, form the living backdrop of your excursion into Christmas Past. You are a living part of a Victorian Christmas card come to life!
A Bay Area tradition since 1970, the Great Dickens Christmas Fair returns to the San Francisco Cow Palace Exhibition Halls for four weekends in 2010, including the Friday after Thanksgiving, from Friday, November 25 through Sunday, December 18 from 11:00AM 'til 7:00PM.
Created by Ron and Phyllis Patterson, the fair is now produced by Kevin and Leslie Patterson and Red Barn Productions, who continue the family tradition of theatrical excellence through authenticity, participation, and playfulness.
Come wander the lanes of Victorian London, as the glow of twilight settles upon the city, with the scent of pine boughs and freshly baked scones floating in the air and the sound of carolers and holiday merrymakers accompanying your stroll.”

Goddess Awakening - Temple services for She of 10,000 Names
with Rabbit, Iris, and guest Priestesses
Sunday, December 4, 11:00AM-12:00PM, (and the first Sunday of every month)
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355
Donations gratefully accepted
Women only

"Women! Join Rabbit and Iris as they share myths that explore and validate the many different experiences of womanhood, from the precious to the painful and back. We all find a Mother, Healer, and Queen in the Goddess, and She can help us honor the lessons of our own experiences.

This month join guest priestess Gladys Sofia Acosta (Sofia) as we look at the clash of Cosmovisions (beliefs, understandings about the nature of life) that occurred between the native peoples of the Americas and how the appearance of the pregnant Lady of Guadalupe in 1531 in Tepayac, Mexico, represents the blending of those Cosmovisions into the synthesis needed for Planetary Harmony. Through poetry, guided meditation and song we will connect these ideas to your personal journey. The Guadalupe you are. What your spirit is carrying in "La Cinta," that Spiritual pregnancy.”

Ashkenaz International Holiday Bazaar
Sunday, December 4, 11:00AM-5:00PM
Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley

“Ashkenaz is excited to announce our 3rd annual International Holiday Bazaar, happening on Sunday, December 4, 11:00AM-5:00PM.

Over 25 vendors will be gathering under the Ashkenaz roof to offer all kinds of handcrafted, sustainable, local, ethnic and other juicy gifts. Among the wares there will be: Handcrafted soaps, ethnic and vintage clothing, jewelry, hula hoops, ceramic art, musical instruments, artisan foods, photography, greeting cards, honey and beeswax and Haitian sculpture.

There will be musical entertainment too:
Mana Maddy, and Trevor Garrod (of Tea Leaf Green)
Sauce Piquante (Cajun)
Joe Balestreri (Singer/Songwriter)

Beer and wine, hot and cold beverages, and organic vegetarian food will be available from the cafe.

Support local artisans this holiday season!”

Hanging of the Greens
Sunday, December 4, 12:00-3:00PM
BFUU Fellowship Hall, 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley

“Join in the fun of decorating our beloved Fellowship Hall for the winter season. We will have a tree, greenery and lots of lights to hang. We will also have various holiday decorations for Chanukah, the Winter Solstice and Christmas to make and take home.
People of all ages, and especially families with children are welcomed. Delicious hot soup will be served. Please bring goodies to share and a decoration for the tree/hall.
A sing-along of holiday tunes will feature musicians from the BFUU community and friends. Don’t miss this seasonal social event for members, friends and the larger community.”
Roy Zimmerman's PeaceNick Concert
Sunday, December 4, 1:30PM
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, 1 Lawson Road, Kensington
$15 in advance, $20 at the door

How does a Lefty Pacifist Humanist celebrate the Christma-Hanu-Rama-Ka-Dona-Kwanzaa season?  
By playing his usual songs about war, ignorance and greed, plus some about holidays.

You'll, laugh, you'll cry, your heart will bleed.  It's beautiful.

Iona Dreaming: The Healing Power of Place
Sunday, December 4, 3:00-5:00PM
The Dream Institute of Northern California, 1672 University Avenue, Berkeley, 510-845-1767

“Clare Cooper Marcus will take you on a soulful journey through images and words to the magical Scottish island of Iona, based on her new book, Iona Dreaming. You will hear how she first visited this place during cancer treatment and then lived there on six-month solitary retreat. The island landscape awakened her soul and dreams pointed the way to changes needed in her life after retirement from academia. Participants will be encouraged to think about their own special healing places and how these can provide solace and guidance. Refreshments served.

Clare Cooper Marcus is professor emerita in the departments of architecture and landscape architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations and The House as Mirror of Self.

The Dream Institute is an experimental cultural center founded in 2003. It has come into being during this time known as the shift or the great turning. Our offerings include weekend workshops, daylong seminars, evening salons, film series, professional training, art exhibits, retreats, and dream-based performances. We are also the West Coast center for Culture Dreaming. Programs and events are open to the public; continuing education seminars are for professionals in the healing arts. We do not advocate any single philosophical, psychological, spiritual, or religious viewpoint toward dreams or personal growth.”

Bardic Evening
Presented by The Fellowship of the Spiral Path’s Gateway Circle  
in association with Labyrinth Circle
Tuesday, December 6, 7:30-9:00PM (and the first Tuesday of every month)
BFUU Main Hall, 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley
Donations gratefully accepted

“Come one come all and Drive the Cold Winter Away with music and good cheer.

Bring your songs, instruments, and a pot luck snack.
If interested or just wishing to help, please respond  at HDGDPC@aol.com

For the Very Brave who want make some:
Wassail is welcome.
Labyrinth Circle will provide spiced cider.

See you there!

All are welcome to this open public outreach circle sponsored by the Fellowship of the Spiral Path.”

South Bay Pagan Salon
Tuesday, December 6, 7:30PM (and the first and third Tuesday of every month)
Firefly Willows, 111 Main Street, Los Altos, 650-947-9300
for more information, contact Jason Mankey at panmankey@gmail.com

Jason says:
“We'd like to formally invite you to join us the first and third Tuesdays of every month for the South Bay Pagan Salon. The SBPS is a discussion and networking group, dedicated to talking about "Pagan Things" and networking in the Bay Area. Generally we'll start each meeting with a specific topic to get the discussion rolling along, but after we get started it'll be rather open ended with the participants dictating where the discussion will go.

Upcoming Meeting Dates and Discussion Topics:
December 6: What is Magick?  How do you use it in your life?
December 20:  Yule/Holiday Traditions

We hope you'll join us.

No donations required, heck, if you show up I just might buy you a cup of coffee.

If you've got questions, I might have answers. Email me (Jason) at panmankey@gmail.com

Expand Your Heart Awareness
with Sally Page
Wednesday, December 7, 7:00-9:00PM (and the first Wednesday of every month)
Firefly Willows, 111 Main Street, Los Altos, 650-947-9300
Suggested Donation: Gift offering as your heart guides you to support this work and the space
register by phone at 650-947-9300 or by e-mail at workshops@fireflywillows.com

“Come expand your awareness and move into the consciousness of your heart. Learn how to tune into your heart as the source of inner wisdom, guidance and your connection with the Divine. Through this monthly series, you can ignite your spirit and transition to a heart centered perspective. As your awareness grows, you will experience life from the heart, seeing the divine and the delight in all of life. Join Sally Page of World Awakening Vibrations for this journey of the heart!”

Have a Creative, Harmonious, Healing Week!

Molly Blue Dawn

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