Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Mindful Facilitation

Outcome oriented facilitation is the most common model of group leadership/collaboration. It is goal oriented and focused on the accomplishment of tasks. There is always an agenda to follow, its great usefulness comes from the very fact that for problem “a’ there is a solution “b”. Mindful Facilitation does not discount the value of outcome…

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Matters of the Heart Dissection Lab

Registration is required and limited. A team of local medical professionals work with students (9 years old and up) conduct an exploration of hearts in a dissection lab setting. Included in the day’s activities is an opportunity to create a take-home heart valentine! For tickets visit:

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Inward Bound

The Inward Bound course is a series of indoor classes offered to anyone who seeks a greater sense of self empowerment and creativity in their life and relationships among family members, coworkers and fellow community members. Participants experience a combination of lectures, demonstrations, media presentations, and activities.

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Setting Marketing Goals for 2018

Transitioning to a new year can be daunting! Wrapping up budgets, year-end reports and still trying to find the time to celebrate …oof! What if you had a way to stay ahead of your deadlines (instead of feeling the pressure to meet them)? What if you could incorporate a system that was convenient, and maybe…

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Mindful Ageing

Join The Ripple Foundation’s Deb Pobst and Theresa D’Litzenberger at Mountain Meadows Senior Living in Leaveworth for Mindful Aging. This free, hour-long program is open to the community and lets community members connect with the wisdom of the area’s elders. Each week of the program there is a theme that is reflected in a short…

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WestSide High School Night Program Lecture Series

On November 15, at 7PM in the WestSide High School Commons at 150 Ninth Street in Wenatchee, will present Anna Gullickson of Ethical Choices. She will present a program dealing with modern culture, the environment, and factory farming titled “Ethics of Eating.” Admission is free and the public is welcome.

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Can You Eat That? Alchemy of Herbs

From deliciously edible to potently poisonous, join eastern Washington herbalist and author, Rosalee de la Forêt, on a photo tour of our local plants and discover the edible, medicinal and poisonous plants of this beautiful area. From the pain relieving properties of Arnica to the immune enhancing benefits of elderberry, she’ll discuss both historical and…

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Conifers of Washington

As summer turns to fall and leaves begin to change and fall off the trees, many see the ever green conifers as a symbol of winter. These amazing plants are used for their wonderful photographic beauty, aromas, wood, holiday wreaths and decor, and may even be collected from public lands with a Christmas tree permit.…

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NCW Military Information Night

The NCW Military Information Night is for all area high school students and parents who are interested in what the military and ROTC have to offer. Representatives from all military branches, ROTC schools, and the Naval, Air Force, Merchant Marine Academies, and West Point will be available to answer questions. This event is hosted by…

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