LACONIA — REIKI healing is one of the most ancient methods known to man. In its simplest terms, REIKI is a natural, gentle, non-invasive healing method. It is used to heal physical, emotional and spiritual issues that many people are coping with. It allows the body to re-establish its own natural balance by restoring order to the body, clears energy blockages and detoxifies our physical systems.
The classes train you to perform REIKI healings. Level One (I) training gives you the ability to do healing on yourself and your family. Level Two (II) training extends your healing capability to help balance the mind, body and spirit and gives you the knowledge to heal others as well as animals.
The instructor, Carol Wallace, is a certified REIKI Master Teacher and has a private practice in Alton Bay. She has extensive experience providing one-on-one client counseling, using the REIKI healing process and teaching all levels of REIKI.
A free Energy Healing/Reiki: Come & Learn About It Demonstration will be offered on Thursday, September 25 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Laconia High School. Call the Laconia Adult Education Office at 524-5712 to register.
REIKI Level I Training will be held for one week on Monday, October 6th and Wednesday, October 8th from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. REIKI Level II Training will be held for one week starting Monday, October 20th and Wednesday, October 22nd from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Call the Laconia Adult Education Office at 524-5712 for tuition information and to register.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:22
PLYMOUTH — PSU invites community organizations with service learning volunteer opportunities to the Community Connection Fair, Sunday, September 21, from 6–7:30 p.m. in the Hartman Union Building on the campus of Plymouth State University.
PSU students will be there to find a match for a volunteer service learning opportunity with a community partner. Jessica Dutille, PSU’s Service Learning Coordinator, said the event is a great way to meet the community’s needs while helping students, too. “Our goal is to connect students to local organizations in efforts to develop meaningful experiences for them, as well as to help support the great work that our community partners are doing,” said Dutille.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:20
GILFORD — Preparations are under way for the annual Harvest Supper at the First United Methodist Church in Gilford scheduled to take place on Saturday, Sept. 27.
The meal will be served in two seatings: 5 p.m. and 6:30.
The meal will feature two varieties of bean hole baked beans. The beans are baked in the traditional bean holes. It takes a team of preparers and a good dose of old-time knowledge and experience to build the fires in the bean holes and to know just how to prepare the caldrons of beans so that they are uncovered at the peak of flavor just prior to dinner. The dinner will also include the traditional corned beef, cabbage, carrots, boiled potatoes, rolls, and a choice of home-made apple and pumpkin pies for dessert.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $5 for children under 10. Reservations may be made by calling the church office at 524-3289.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 07:47
GILFORD — Lakes Region Singers, a community choral group, will begin rehearsing for its fall concert schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 23.
The Youth Chorus (for singers in grades 2-8) will meet at 6:30 in the First United Methodist Church in Gilford, and the Adult Chorus (for singers in high school and up) will meet at 7:30. "We welcome everyone interested in performing good music, and we don't require auditions," said director Karen Jordan. "If you know anyone who might like to join our groups, encourage them to come, or bring them along with you."
At its advisory board meeting on Monday, Sept. 15, the group discussed ways to increase its outreach to music lovers throughout the Lakes Region. The Advisory Board is comprised of Jordan along with LRS members Mary Albert, Kelly Cleveland, Charlotte Cox, Lorraine Gebhardt, Paul Stickney, Betty Welch, and Rachel Young.
Jordan said, "Our membership as well as our audience has grown steadily during the past couple of years. And the creation of our Youth Chorus has expanded the age range of our musical appeal. Our advisory board continues to offer new ideas and new interests from the community."
There will again be two performances of the Christmas Concert, one on Friday, Dec. 19, and another on Sunday, Dec. 21. This year's program will include traditional favorites like "Winter Wonderland," and "Joy to the World," as well as arrangements of "Festival Gloria" and a medley called "Irving Berlin's Christmas." Some pieces will be performed by the Youth and Adult Choruses together, and some will feature vocal soloists, along with flute, organ, brass, percussion, handbells, and four-hand piano accompaniments.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 07:21
- Laconia, Plymouth Elks lodges to host Grand Exalted Ruler on Tuesday
- Squam Lake foliage cruises offered
- Temple B'nai Israel announces High Holy Day services
- Tyler Road at Pitman's Freight Room Saturday night
- Drive a Ford at Irwin Auto on Monday and raise money for LHS athletics
- New England Autumn Breakfast to be served at Smith Orchard on Sept. 28