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Natural Awakenings National Calendar

The Natural Awakenings National Calendar is free for events of interest to our readers that have regional or national interest.  For small, local events, classes, etc.  please go to your Local Natural Awakenings publication, many of which offer local calendar listings.

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Songs of Elderhood With Laurence Cole

The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain

Nov 15, 2018

SONGS OF ELDERHOOD A SONG CIRCLE WITH LAURENCE COLE In many traditional cultures, elders were respected as carriers of the nourishing wisdom that held people together, with each other, their ancestors, and the more than human world, both present and yet unborn. In this evening with Song Elder, Laurence Cole, we will learn songs and other old and new ways of re-membering ourselves as a...

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Songs of Hope and Belonging With Laurence Cole

The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain

Nov 16, 2018

SONGS OF HOPE AND BELONGING A SONG CIRCLE WITH LAURENCE COLE Laurence Cole has for some years been part of a worldwide cultural re-awakening to the nourishing and healing power of group singing. He teaches easily learned songs, chants and rounds in which the interlocking parts blend in exciting and gently challenging rhythms and harmonies. They are like “eco-spiritual” song games,...

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PA Jazz Collective's Annual November Series

Moravian College, Foy Hall

Nov 16, 2018

The Pennsylvania Jazz Collective’s annual November jazz series will focus on the Jazz Arrangers in 2018. The featured artists for this years event are published arranger/composers Andrew Neu, David Springfield and Mike Tomaro.  All three are Pennsylvania natives that began their respective careers at young ages. The November Series will conclude with the presentation of the...

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Grief Tending Retreat With Laurence Cole

The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain

Nov 17, 2018 - Nov 18, 2018

GRIEF TENDING IN COMMUNITY TENDING GRIEF COMMUNALLY WITH SACRED WITNESS, SONG, AND RITUAL In many traditional cultures throughout the world, the full and wholesome expression of grief arising from life’s inevitable sorrows and losses was often known to be most effectively released in a communal setting.  It was recognized that unexpressed grief could be toxic, leading to illness,...

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WYES It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere

Home of Allyson and Mike Sanderson

Nov 17, 2018

Grab your favorite Hawaiian or Jazz Fest shirt and join us for WYES IT'S 5 O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE event at one of the largest houses in Louisiana...the home of Allyson and Mike Sanderson at 18447 Three Rivers Road in Covington. Inspired by Jimmy Buffett's relaxed mantra, leave all your work behind and join us for a fun evening of live music, cocktails and refreshments. Event proceeds benefit WYES,...

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Stop the World — I Want to Get Off!

Greaves Concert Hall

Jan 26, 2019

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra dusts off Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley’s rarely performed 1966 musical “Stop the World — I Want to Get Off!” with a complete semi-staged production. Hit songs include “What Kind of Fool am I”, “Gonna Build a Mountain”, “Once in a Lifetime” and others. Starring: Joshua Steele & Brooke Steele. Brian Robertson, stage director.  

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Stop the World — I Want to Get Off!

Greaves Concert Hall

Jan 27, 2019

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra dusts off Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley’s rarely performed 1966 musical “Stop the World — I Want to Get Off!” with a complete semi-staged production. Hit songs include “What Kind of Fool am I”, “Gonna Build a Mountain”, “Once in a Lifetime” and others. Starring: Joshua Steele & Brooke Steele. Brian Robertson, stage director.

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Gainesville's 3rd annual Vegfest

Depot Park

Feb 16, 2019

Join us for the 3rd annual Gainesville VegFest on February 16, 2019 at Depot Park in Gainesville, FL! Presented by North Florida Veg Events, Inc., Gainesville VegFest is a celebration of a healthy, sustainable and compassionate way of life in the Gainesville community. This all-invited, free admission and family-friendly event includes speakers, food, music, cooking demos, yoga, vendors, kids'...

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American Pie

Greaves Concert Hall

Feb 16, 2019

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra serves up a slice of today's Americana  with a techno-driven opener and a leather-clad closer that you must experience. The program includes the tri-state premiere of Mason Bates’ "Mothership," Ferde Grofe’s Grand Canyon Suite, Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto featuring Sandy Cameron, violin. She’ll also play Danny Elfman’s Suite from Edward Scissorhands.

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