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Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposiu, helping North Lake Tahoe residents respond to global issues, will take place at the Incline Village Library from 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24. It will provide an opportunity to understand what is happening in the world and to consider how we can play a part in addressing problems and creating a world that works sustainably, for us and for future generations.
Participants will explore our modern culture and engage in a workshop that uses inspiring video, up-to-the-minute facts and dynamic group interaction. We’ll hear from some of the world’s leading experts on topics as diverse as the current state of the Earth’s biodiversity and the reality of the socio-economic disparity throughout the world. Through this inquiry, each individual will discover the unique stand they wish to take for a more just, sustainable and fulfilling world.
Learn from the multimedia, interactive event and explore a new global vision built on environmental sustainability, spiritual fulfillment and social justice. Now you can be part of what’s emerging, because you already are. For more information, call (775) 232-3394 or e-mail email@example.com. To RSVP for the event, go to awakeningthedreamer.org and click on the Symposium Map.
Drugs, Plastics and Your Brain: Jan. 29, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Arthur Seelig completed his master’s degree in neuroscience at the University of Massachusetts. His work there focused on the effects of light on mood-altering chemicals in the brain. Following this he worked as a researcher at Harvard Medical School. Since then his interests have shifted to work on the formation of sex-differences in the brain. In September 2008 Arthur joined the Tahoe Environmental Research Center’s (TERC) education and outreach team as an AmeriCorp volunteer. Among other things he is helping to manage the Youth Science Institute, an after school program for high school students interested in science careers. Lecture begins promptly at 6 p.m. Cost: $5 donation requested. No-Host Bar.
Location: Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, Assembly Rooms 139 and 141, 291 Country Club Dr., Incline Village, Nev., campus of Sierra Nevada College.
Truckee Pilates begins 2009 with new classes Thursdays and Fridays 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. and 4 to 5:15 p.m.
Kelly Creps, the instructor, comes from San Francisco weekly for these two days and returns to teach and practice at IRI in San Francisco. Check out the school by visiting http://www.iritaichi.org. Kelly has been studying Tai Chi for more than 18 years. He has a gentle yet committed style of teaching. He is patient with students and shares a little humor in class, which keeps it fun and light as well as a powerful strengthening, healing process.
Observe or drop in for a class to see if it is for you. No charge to observe. Truckee Pilates, 11890 Donner Pass Road, Suite 3. Call 584-1717 or visit truckeepilates.com.
Carmen Carr shares her passion with the community by providing monthly, guided hikes and snowshoe trips of our backyard’s endless trail systems. Next hike meets at 9 a.m. at the Martis Peak trailhead on Saturday, Feb. 21. Take Highway 267 south from Truckee. Turn left 1/2 mile south of Brockway Summit at a convenient turn out. This is where we will park and meet. The hike is a steady snowshoe on a well snow-packed trail with rewarding panoramic views. Approximately five miles round trip.
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