MEREDITH — Sacred Waters Yoga Studio is pleased to offer a new workshop, Yoga Tap for Pain Relief, on Saturday, June 7 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Presenters Jennifer Whitcher and Catherine Turgeon have collaborated to combine yoga and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique or "Tapping") to identify and promote the release of emotions stored in the body that are showing up as chronic pain. While Jen leads a complete yoga practice that includes LifeForce Yoga techniques, participants will pause and be coached by Catherine using EFT to address emotions that naturally surface during yoga practice. This unique approach to personal discovery and healing will be beneficial for everyone, but especially those who are looking for ways to manage their physical symptoms by getting to their core.
Cost for the workshop is $25. Sign up early to reserve a spot at SacredWatersYoga.com, call 279-3243 or stop in the studio located at 285 DW Hwy, Meredith.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 June 2014 10:33
MOULTONBOROUGH — On Saturday, June 28 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Moultonborough United Methodist Church (MUMC) will be holding a Craft Fair with over 40 vendors and a White Elephant/Flea Market with hundreds of “treasures.”
The event will also feature a BBQ luncheon, silent auction, jewelry, books, CD’s, plants, Rada Knives, gift cards for National Retailers and more. Craft vendors include: antique jewelry, photography, wood burning, hand-made soaps, stained glass, doll clothes, fleece slipper socks, quilted ornaments, art work, peanut brittle, candles, ribbon necklaces Laos silk, jams and jellies, apple pies, crocheted items, painted rocks. We will also have flea market vendors.
The Church will accept $20 per vendor for an 8 foot space. Vendors can bring their own table and canopy if desired. Register in advance for vendor space. Those who wish to drop off white elephant items may bring them by the church after June 1, 2014. No furniture, large items, or electronics including computers. Church office is open 9 a.m. to noon from Monday through Thursday.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 June 2014 10:29
ALTON — Artist, entrepreneur, and now author, Alton resident DJ Geribo has just completed her first novel for middle-grade children, The House at the Top of the Trees, published by BBD Publishing.
Although she has a BA degree in English and worked for several years at Cabletron as a Senior Technical Writer, for the past 14+ years she has been pursuing a career as a fine artist. In July 2013, she showcased some of her wildlife paintings in a one-person show at the Libby Museum in Wolfeboro.
Over the years, DJ found that she was often torn between her two passions. "When I was painting I thought about stories I was writing, and when I was writing I would think about something that I wanted to paint." She recently came to the realization that her interest in painting came about because she needed to learn this skill to illustrate the many books she has planned to complete over the next months and years. "I have so many stories I have written over the past years and since many of them are for pre-schoolers, they need illustrations."
She and her Internet Architect husband, Jim Fontaine, (www.PCSWebDesign.com) have created several businesses based on DJ's artwork. One website specifically supports wildlife refuges around the world (www.EyeHelpAnimals.com) and the other website helps support animal shelters around the USA (www.HelpShelterPets.com ).
Her first novel is available for purchase from her website that was designed with her creative input, as well as Jim's creative and extensive technology experience. Go to www.BBDPublishing.com to find out more.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 June 2014 10:24
LACONIA — Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice hosted a Volunteer Recognition Diner in honor of the many volunteers that have given their time and energy to its programs. The event was attended by 60 volunteers and staff and was located at Magic Foods Catering and Banquet Center in Moultonborough.
Pam Littlefield and Martha Horton, both volunteer coordinators for Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice, thanked and presented volunteer awards. Individuals received 1 year recognition and 5 year recognition and included: David Hayden, Connie Altieri, Mary Frohock, Jean Fournier, Nila Morrison, Charlotte Allen, Lisa Howard, Pamela Maden, David Shea, Patti Murray, Theresa Romano, Robert Shockley, Mary Lou Anderson, Heather Cone, Nan Russell, Carl Gebhardt, Lorraine Gebhardt, Eleanor Hayward and Marie Madeleine Marchand.
"Volunteers provide important services to our hospice and the people they serve. Whether it's providing companionship to a person in the final months and weeks of life, offering support to family members and caregivers, or helping with community outreach and fundraising, the contributions of volunteers are essential to the important work we provide," states Volunteer Coordinator Pam Littlefield. "We really can't thank them enough!"
The evening was rounded out by a presentation from Auntie Henrietta of Ashland. Her visit was a surprise for the volunteers, especially her "long lost nephew" and Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice volunteer John Walker. Armed with insider information from unnamed sources John's Auntie regaled the audience with stories of his boyhood shenanigans and had the room in stitches. John Walker, a long time Hospice volunteer, was pleased that he could help entertain the rest of his colleagues stating, "These people work so hard and dedicate so much energy and time to Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice it was the least I could do."
Last Updated on Monday, 02 June 2014 10:21
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