November 2017 newsletter

November 2017 Newsletter



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Dear Friends,


Our final month of the Fall 2017 term comes with several activities:


Effective Agents of Change: Lessons from History: 11/1, 8 & 15th; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $60; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

The first meeting of this course was on October 25th, but you can still attend the last 3 sessions, in which we will examine the lives of several key change agents in recent history, illustrating how the principles involved in effective change get lived out in practical reality toward fostering civic hygiene. Included are discussions of some of the significant documents in the social transformation movement. Led by Sue Mehrtens


Women’s Biography: Joan of Arc, 11/2; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $10; to reserve a spot, call Sue (802) 244-7909

The third of our series of biographies of notable women in Western history, this biography takes an unusual perspective on the famous mystic heroine/saint. Note: as is true for all our courses and workshops, this series is open to all.


Opportunities and Challenges: A Jungian Perspective on Our Time and Our Future, 11/18; 1-3PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $15; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

The fourth of our lecture series focuses on the question “What’s coming?” I have been asked this question numerous times in recent months, and here’s your chance to get a definitive answer. Come for insights and stay for after-lecture tea, coffee and dessert.


Please note: the Dreaming for the Collective program will not be on-site, but through email. If you have a dream you think may relate to the collective, email it to me ( and I will give you my feedback; then if you are willing, I will share it in a future edition of the Newsletter.


Looking ahead to our Winter term lineup, we will be running courses on Applied Symbology (Jan 3rd-31st) and Gnosticism (Feb 14th -Mar 7th), with a snow day (if we need it) on Feb 7th. The Women’s biography program continues, with bios of Anne Hutchinson, Mary Wollstonecraft and Harriet Tubman (1/4, 2/1 and 3/1).

Please let me know if you have ideas for courses or workshops–either for our faculty to create, or for you to teach.

Have a great month, and a wonderful Thanksgiving!




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