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Sunday, December 15, 2019

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YWCA Advocacy Workshop Series

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THE YWCA YORK RACIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE IS EXCITED TO PRESENT THE 2016 ADVOCACY SERIES. THESE FREE INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS LED BY PROFESSORS, ORGANIZERS, AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS WILL EQUIP YOU TO MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD AND TO BE AN ADVOCATE AND A WORLD CHANGER WITHIN YOUR OWN COMMUNITY.

This session: "Community Activism" - Using person-to-person contacts, relationship building tips and tools, and free community resources, you can find the people you want and convince them of what you need. This session will be facilitated by one of York's most dynamic activists, Carla Christopher. Carla is the Regional Coordinator for Put People First - PA, Community Education Program Chair of the YWCA Racial Justice Committee, and co-president of York Progressives.
Tuesday, November 15 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Gluten Intolerance Group Meeting

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Tuesday, November 15 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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York County Chronic Pain Support Group Monthly Meeting

This is a monthly meetup group for chronic pain sufferers. It will be held the third Thursday of every month on the second floor non-fiction reading area of Martin Memorial Library at the corner of Market and Queen St., in York, Pa between 11am and noon. The intent is to create a warm, safe, and inviting place to talk about chronic pain, and to support others and trade information, and ideas to deal with pain. 

Contact the York County Chronic Pain Support Group on their Facebook page. 
Thursday, November 17 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Every Month until October 17, 2017

York Lyme Disease Support Group Monthly Meeting


The York Lyme Disease Support Group meets the third Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at: 
                        Country Meadows Retirement Community (Leader Heights)


                        2760 Pine Grove Rd

                        York, PA  17403

                    Use the center entrance and go to the 3rd floor chapel.  

 November's guest speaker is:


Krisztina Powell, CNC, LSHC, HHP
Certified Nutrition Coach, Homeopathic Practitioner

Krisztina studied Homeopathy in Budapest, Hungary. When her second child contracted Lyme disease at the age of 5, she combined her knowledge of Nutrition, Homeopathy with the principles of Homotoxicology she was able to rebuild her daughter’s health. Her success in treating her daughter’s Lyme disease has inspired her to share this knowledge with other Lyme sufferers.

Just a reminder:  It's requested that attendees please refrain from wearing any scent (perfumes, cologne, lotions, oils, shampoos, scented deodorants) as some participants experience hypersensitivity to smells and/or have chemical sensitivities.Thanks for your understanding and cooperation!

Medical Advice Disclaimer: The information included here and through this group is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult his or her  healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of information for their own situation or if they have questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan. This group does not provide professional medical advice.
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Sacred Sounds Concert

Tuning consciousness to inner space With Paul Thomas 

Cost:
$25 Pre-registration required. Space is limited!

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Sound and music have a powerful way of moving the deep waters of our being, illuminating the cavern of our mind, and igniting the fire of our heart. In more holistic and esoteric understandings, it is at these substratum levels of the psyche and emotion where patterns of imbalance in mind and body are rooted, and the seeds of healing and well being await activation.

Using chant, overtone singing, a shruti box, crystal singing bowls, and shamanic drumming, sound healer and musician, Paul Thomas, creates a deeply relaxing and powerfully transformative sound meditation experience – opening a sonic doorway for others to journey into the cosmos of their inner being. Participants are immersed in a cathedral of vibration and energy which can act as a potent catalyst for:
  • Stress relief
  • Deep relaxation & centeredness
  • Emotional release & clarity
  • Physical pain relief & healing
  • Chakra & energy system balancing/activation
  • Personal insight, transcendental awareness, & spiritual connection
Participants are asked to bring something comfortable to lie or sit on (i.e. thick cushions or blankets – one yoga mat won’t do!), a warm covering, and a pillow. Eye shades and a water bottle are recommended as well.

Pre-register on the event's webpage.





Saturday, November 19 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Community Tree Lighting

Where:
Grounds of the Hoke House in Spring Grove - use address of 404 North Main Street, Spring Grove. 

Come out and enjoy hot chocolate, cookies, storytelling,

caroling, Santa and live reindeer. The more the merrier!

Show your support for the Hoke House!

Parking will be available at surrounding businesses including:
Borough of Spring Grove Municipal Office
Santander Bank
M&T Bank
Small World Daycare Center
Spring Forge Shopping Center Parking Lot
Glatfelter Memorial Library


Thursday, December 1 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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YWCA York Racial Justice Film Series "Preschool to Prison"

Join the YWCA at the Strand Capitol (50 N. George St. York, Pa 17401) for the third in a three part film series and community discussion this fall. 

Topic: Putting a halt to the Preschool to Prison Pipeline 

Doors open at 5:30 PM, film starts at 6:00 followed by a community forum and discussion around how York City can make sure ALL children have access to high quality early childhood experiences and ALL early childhood programs have what they need to promote the success of every child. 

Film: Strange Fruit Redux
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Facilitator: Ruby Martin, M.Ed. With special guest film director, Hakim Rashid, Ph.D., Howard University
Panelists: To be announced

To register for this free event: email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Drum Circle at UUCY

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Join us ​as we gather together and celebrate the coming of the Winter Solstice.


Along with our drumming we'll have a few poetry readings, a candlelight ceremony and, weather permitting, a few other Winter Solstice activities. 

The fun begins at 7 pm. Bring your drums, bells or rattles. If you like, bring a snack to share. If you have a short Winter Solstice reading or poem, you are welcome to bring it. 

Come; join with us as we celebrate new life!

This is a family event; all ages are welcome.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York.

925 South George Street, York PA
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York County Chronic Pain Support Group Monthly Meeting

This is a monthly meetup group for chronic pain sufferers. It will be held the third Thursday of every month on the second floor non-fiction reading area of Martin Memorial Library at the corner of Market and Queen St., in York, Pa between 11am and noon. The intent is to create a warm, safe, and inviting place to talk about chronic pain, and to support others and trade information, and ideas to deal with pain. 

Contact the York County Chronic Pain Support Group on their Facebook page. 
Thursday, December 15 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Every Month until October 17, 2017

Vaccines Revealed: Online Free Film Screening

Register online at http://www.vaccinesrevealed.com/ to get free access to the docu-series Vaccines Revealed, a 9-part series airing January 10, 2017 - January 18, 2017. The series explores questions surrounding vaccines with the help of doctors, scientists, researchers, legal experts, and many more. 

Disclaimer:
Information shared by Sonnewald is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as a replacement for qualified health care. We suggest that you seek counsel from numerous sources that you trust and follow your heart.
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Subtle Energy Explorers Meetup

Many of us begin the New Year by resolving to do or not do certain things during the coming year. Rather than making resolutions we may or may not keep, we'd like to focus on something that can be even more powerful--FORGIVENESS.

Today we will focus on FORGIVENESS--of others, of self, of situations, events, etc. Join us as we endeavor to start the New Year by being kind to ourselves and others as we explore what it means to truly FORGIVE and how it can benefit our lives to do so. You will have the opportunity to participate in a FORGIVENESS CEREMONY.

PLEASE NOTE: If the Hanover or South Western School Districts are closed due to inclement weather, we too will be cancelled.

A $5.00 donation is appreciated.

We look forward to sharing time with you—and feel free to bring a friend!

Blessings,

Terry & Steve Klunk

Details and/or additional information can be obtained by contacting:

Terry Klunk   ~   717-515-3538   ~   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Steve Klunk   ~   717-515-8206   ~   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or

visit our Meetup Page

https://www.meetup.com/Subtle-Energy-Explorers-SEE/

(join www.meetup.com to RSVP online and to receive updates on Meetups in your area).
Wednesday, January 11 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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The Lancaster Chapter of the American Holistic Nurses Association Presents: Ayurveda: Health & Balance for the New Year!

Get your New Year's commitment to better health off on the right foot with Jenny Schulder Brant! Jenny is is a certified yoga instructor and a Kripalu Center certified Ayurvedic Educator and Lifestyle Consultant at West End Yoga in Lancaster.
 
Ayurveda is a traditional system of health care that was developed by the sages of India more than five thousand years ago It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vibrant and healthy while realizing their full human potential.”
 
Through proper nutrition, meaningful exercise and meditation, imbalance in the mind, body and spirit, which is thought to be at the root of all illness, can be brought into harmony. Ayurveda not only helps one come into better balance, but it also guides one to take better care of oneself, with a great emphasis on preventative self care as a component of its healthcare system. Won’t you  please join us?

All are welcomed.Cost: Donation

Where:
Manheim Twp. Public Library
Morgan Auditorium
595 Granite Run Drive
Lancaster, PA 17601

Wednesday, January 18 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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York County Chronic Pain Support Group Monthly Meeting

This is a monthly meetup group for chronic pain sufferers. It will be held the third Thursday of every month on the second floor non-fiction reading area of Martin Memorial Library at the corner of Market and Queen St., in York, Pa between 11am and noon. The intent is to create a warm, safe, and inviting place to talk about chronic pain, and to support others and trade information, and ideas to deal with pain. 

Contact the York County Chronic Pain Support Group on their Facebook page. 
Thursday, January 19 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Every Month until October 17, 2017

18th Annual Eco Farm Days

Sponsored by CARE (Communities Alliance For Responsible Eco-Farming) Annual Meeting.

Location:
Miller's Natural Foods 2888 Miller Lane
Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania 17505

Schedule of Events:
8am-9am: Registration
9am-10:15am: Stephen Byers - "Integrative Approaches to Lyme disease" with Q&A to follow
10:15am-10:30am: BREAK
10:30am-11:30am: Will Winter - "Successfully Farming and Ranching the Grasslands of America"
11:30am-12pm: GMO Free PA - "GMOs in Lancaster County & Around the US"
12pm-1:30pm: LUNCH - Prepared by CARE farmers
1:30pm-3:30pm: Will Winter - "Beneficial Biology, from Soil To Rumen to Our Own Health"

To receiving more information on registration and pricing for event, please call: 
Cherise Harper - 484-336-4328

Friday, January 20 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
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18th Annual Eco Farm Days

Sponsored by CARE (Communities Alliance For Responsible Eco-Farming) Annual Meeting.

Location:
Miller's Natural Foods 2888 Miller Lane
Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania 17505

Schedule of Events:
8am-9am: Registration
9am-9:45am: CARE Annual Meeting
9:45am-10:45am: Stephen Byers - "Balancing Auto-immune Conditions Naturally"
10:45am-11:00am: BREAK
11am-12pm: Lois Douglass - "Partners in Burn Care"
12pm-1:30pm: LUNCH - Prepared by CARE farmers
1:30pm-4pm: Will Winter - New (And Sometimes Ancient) Trends in Holistic Herd Health-A Rediscovery

To receiving more information on registration and pricing for event, please call: 
Cherise Harper - 484-336-4328
Saturday, January 21 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Seed: The Untold Story Film Screening

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Color Me Brite: De-Stressing with Coloring

Color Me Brite: Another holistic modality for dealing with stress. De-stress with coloring.

Sharpen your colored pencils and dig out your favorite markers because staying inside the lines isn't just for kids. Coloring gives people a creative outlet as well as a low-stress concentration and exertion with bright colors that can lower anxiety. Coloring also lets the brain free up thoughts to think about people value in life and divert energy into something constructive. Studies show coloring can have a calming effect on the mind and helps promote overall wellness. A study in the journal Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association found that just 30 minutes of an artistic activity, like coloring, is enough to reduce anxiety levels.

Come out and join the circle for an evening of fun, relaxation and color. All materials will be provided, but feel free to bring your favorite coloring materials as well.

Sessions are held the 1st Thursday on these months: February, March, April, May and June.
Location: St Mark Lutheran Church, 129 Charles St., Hanover, PA 17331.
Please enter by Willow St. the red door entrance (office entrance) closest to the hospital. Park on the street.
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (dates subject to change)
Pre-registration is required at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
SPACE IS LIMITED- Fees $5.00 donation at the door
Questions contact Martha King at 717-968-3083
Thursday, February 2 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Every Month until June 02, 2017

Restore Your Health: Phone Conference with Dr. Maulfair

Prevent or Reverse Heart Disease, Diabetes, Hypertensioin, Fatigue and more. Learn More about Chelation Therapy.

Dr. Maulfair is offering a phone conference 7PM February 7th and again on February 21st. Notify us of your interest and we will give you the call number and code to join the conversation. Learn how Dr. M helps his patients restore their health. 

Call our office or send us a request through our website - we would love to meet you on the phone!

Contact:
1-800-733-4065
610-682-2104
drmaulfair.com
purelyyoudetox.com
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York County Chronic Pain Support Group Monthly Meeting

This is a monthly meetup group for chronic pain sufferers. It will be held the third Thursday of every month on the second floor non-fiction reading area of Martin Memorial Library at the corner of Market and Queen St., in York, Pa between 11am and noon. The intent is to create a warm, safe, and inviting place to talk about chronic pain, and to support others and trade information, and ideas to deal with pain. 

Contact the York County Chronic Pain Support Group on their Facebook page. 
Thursday, February 16 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Every Month until October 17, 2017

Totalitarian Agriculture and the Traditions of the Axial Age

Class at Horn Farm Center, York:

Join us in our winter classroom as we welcome local educator, Sam Schindler of Lancaster's TBA School to discuss the historical intersections of agriculture and civilization.

Along with their traditional, well-traveled purposes, Axial Age religion and philosophy provide a record of the growth and development of Civilization. We can consult documents such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Tao Te Ching and even the Hebrew BIble as rich resources for understanding the human relationship with nature. For example, the book of Genesis has provided a basis for viewing human beings as, at best, the stewards of creation; at worst, the conquerors and plunderers of the earth. So, too, the Tao Te Ching considers the degree of harm human ingenuity can visit upon itself. 

In this class, we will look at some key passages from the Gita, the Tao Te Ching, the book of Genesis and others, in tandem with modern analysis of social and religious movements. The goal is to illuminate these understandings in connection with the gradual emergence of what author Daniel Quinn calls "Totalitarian Agriculture" as the dominant form of human survival. 

About the presenter: Sam Schindler is a teacher of history, literature, religion and world politics. Along with a few colleagues, he is currently in the process of creating an independent, progressive high school in Lancaster city. He also produces a podcast called What We Will Abide, in which he addressed systemic problems in our civilization and profiles people and institutions who offer local and communal solutions. He's married to a writer who works in higher education. They have two children, ages 7 and 4.

You can register for the event here: Register

Thursday, February 16 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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