Saturday, November 4, 2017

Nov 15: Dances in Chicago



What:  Dances of Universal Peace with Heather Hayat & Conie
Where:  First United Church, 848 Lake St, Oak Park, IL
When:  Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7 p.m.

Facebook event link to share with others! 



Many, many thanks to Heather Hayat and Len for being willing local organizers for this event! 

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Singing & Dancing in NJ and West Central MN

In October Points of Light Music did a lot of Wandering...
Wandering HeARTist at work
We were the onsite coordinator and one of five co-leaders a 3-day Music that Makes Community workshop at Cross Roads Camp & Retreat Center near Port Murray, New Jersey.  From MMC's facebook page: 


And from Cross Road's page: 


The following week we were in west central Minnesota.  First stop, Vinje Lutheran Church in Willmar where we lead MMC style songleading for a Wednesday evening service. 


Next stop was A Place to Move dance studio in Morris, MN to share the Dances of Universal Peace on a Thursday evening. 


All of these feel like seeds for more collaboration and partnership.  We're looking forward to nurturing these and others with light, water, spaciousness, and love. 

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Upcoming Singing Opportunities

Ooo!  So many delicious singing opportunities.  Find yourself at one or all of them!


The December and last edition of
Sing Harmony, Hungry Hearts
(SHHH!) in the East Side Freedom Library (ESFL) is
 
**Updated: Friday, December 8, 2017, 7-8:30 p.m.
 
with guest leader Brenna Everson


Brenna leads with heart and groove.  And catches sweet tunes and meaningful words.  Come.  This will be good. 

Reflections from UST Labyrinth installation

A lone labyrinth walker (Photo taken from Dr. Mauer's office in Herrick Hall/ (c) PLM)
It's been a busy month and I'm just getting around to reflecting on the labyrinth installation I did at the University of St. Thomas almost three weeks ago.  Other than pondering if I answered the question of "Did I pick the correct present to pay attention to in the meantime?" I'm really grateful for the opportunity to install an unusual temporary design in a beautiful and interesting space with materials that were new to me. 

Special shout-outs to ...