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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.

Please note that it may take up to 2-3 business days for events to be approved and appear on the National Calendar.

Rainforest Mask Exhibit at Selby Gardens

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens

Jan 17, 2019 - Jan 27, 2019

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Transport yourself to tropical Costa Rica as you wander through the Rainforest Mask sale and exhibit at Selby Gardens. The masks return for the 15th consecutive year to enchant locals and art enthusiasts with over 300 original pieces by indigenous Borucan artists. Between January 6th and 13th, meet Esteban and Marcos, the two visiting artists as they demonstrate their carving and painting...

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ENERGETIC YOGA

Eco-Institute Gazebo

Jan 20, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday.

ENERGETIC YOGA SUNDAY MORNINGS, 10AM-11:30AM EVERY WEEK FROM MAY 14TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24TH Come enjoy Hannah Byrum’s upbeat and celebratory yogic philosophy! We meet rain or shine and, yes, even on holidays!   Hannah offers a new twist on ancient yogic cosmology, helping to shed light on our ancient questions while practicing asana: Who are we? How did life come to be? What is our...

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Essential Oils 101: Learn the Basics!

Ivy Counseling Group

Jan 23, 2019

We invite you to come to this casual, fun, yet educational, event hosted by certified aromatherapist Susan Niedt where you will learn the basics needed to feel empowered when using essential oils.Essential Oils are natural, yet powerful alternatives to many over the counter (and prescription) protocols. Learn how others have used Essential Oils in their journey for greater health and wellness...

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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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GARDENING COOPERATIVE

Eco-Institute Learning Garden

Mar 7, 2019 - Jun 8, 2019

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday and Saturday.

GARDEN COOPERATIVE GROW GREAT FOOD AND FRIENDSHIP Do you wish you had a fall garden? Do you love to be outdoors with friends getting your hands dirty? Want to learn more about growing your own fresh vegetables? Sign up for a membership to Farmer Dave's Spring Gardening Cooperative!   DETAILS Step #1: Purchase your membership  Step #2: Join Farmer Dave in the Eco-Institute gardens...

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Lambing Production Weekend at Heifer Ranch

Heifer Ranch

Mar 21, 2019 - Mar 24, 2019

This intensive program is geared towards men and women who wish to gain a deeper knowledge of small-ruminant production. Hands-on animal work with the sheep and goats will be combined with formal and informal informational sessions regarding starting and maintaining a successful farming operation. Participants will also learn about Heifer’s work globally and locally, while enjoying...

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Lambing Production Weekend at Heifer Ranch

Heifer Ranch

Apr 12, 2019 - Apr 14, 2019

This intensive program is geared towards men and women who wish to gain a deeper knowledge of small-ruminant production. Hands-on animal work with the sheep and goats will be combined with formal and informal informational sessions regarding starting and maintaining a successful farming operation. Participants will also learn about Heifer’s work globally and locally, while enjoying...

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Viva Vivaldi

St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption

May 11, 2019

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra closes its season with the region's first indoor - outdoor performance. Celebrate the liturgical and secular classical hits of the "Red Priest," Antonio Vivaldi. Three area choirs (VOCE, The Bishops's Choir, and KSO Chorale) join the KSO for Vivaldi's Gloria. Then the concert moves outside, where a consortium of area photographers have provided hundreds of...

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