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Gluten Intolerance Group Meeting

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Tuesday, February 21 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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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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Drum Circles for Healing

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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, March 2 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Every Month until June 02, 2017

Guiding Hearts With Hope Fundraiser

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Saturday, March 4 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Webinar: Compost Science: Separating the “Feel Good” from the “Real Good”

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Composting is both an art and a science. For some, composting is a passion and an emotional experience, but often when we start thinking emotionally we stop thinking rationally. Join Rick Carr, Compost Production Specialist at Rodale Institute as he uses scientific data to illustrate some of the more technical and highly debated aspects of compost and compost teas.

Please register by filling out the online form below. You will receive an email with the link to the webinar log in page about 10 days before the scheduled date for your webinar.

Fee: $15
This webinar is FREE to Organic Farmers Association (OFA) members. Consider becoming a member of OFA to take advantage of the many benefits for its members, including 40% off of all our classes/workshops/field days.

For more information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 610-683-148.

Register online here: Compost Webinar Registration
Wednesday, March 8 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Guiding Hearts with Hope Exhibit

Guiding Hearts with Hope will be exhibiting at the North Hanover Mall (1155 Carlisle St, Hanover, PA 17331)  on Friday, March 10 from 3pm-9pm and Saturday, March 11 from 10am-9pm for the 2017 Builder's Home and Garden Show.
Friday, March 10 3:00 pm - Saturday, March 11 9:00 pm
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Bread Baking Full Day Workshop at Horn Farm Center: York, Pa

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Come and enjoy a full day of baking bread from recipe to consumption. We will pick two or three different bread doughs to make. Learn about ingredients in more detail. See the difference in bread kneaded by hand, with a dough hook and in a bread machine. You will get to taste bread baked in a conventional oven and in the wood fired 1870's Squirrel Tail Oven. During down times, we will talk about quick breads, flat breads and any thing else you might want to discuss. March should be a perfect bread baking day (cool temps; snow on the ground; warm toasty fire inside.) We'll break for lunch, bring your own or enjoy what we have to share. 

Class will be led by Ellen Gibb and Gary Jones. Ellen is a Horn Farm Center Board Member and Gary is a former Board Members - both are long-time volunteers and the driving force behind our Squirrel Tail Oven and Summer Kitchen revitalization project. 

For more information or to register, go visit the following link: Register



Saturday, March 11 8:00 am - 3:00 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, March 16 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Every Month until October 17, 2017

Answers Instead of Prescriptions Workshop

FIND THE NEXUS OF SYMPTOMS & REAL CAUSES
Answers Instead of Prescriptions


Dr. Conrad Maulfair has been improving the health of his patients for over forty years utilizing medical modalities that are noninvasive and not usually available in main stream medicine. Looking for underlying causes he alleviates many common ailments of aging and tough medical conditions that appear chronic. Make the connection for yourself. Chelation therapy is a non-surgical treatment for improving circulation and slowing the aging process.

Find out just how he does this and if you could benefit. From heart disease to cancer to digestive disease to hormonal problems, this workshop is for everyone. Saturday, March 18th, 10am-1pm in our conference room. Call for reservations, seating limited. Please refrain from wearing scented products in consideration of others. 

www.drmaulfair.com
www.purelyyoudetox.com
2970 Corporate Court
Suite 1
Orefield, PA 18069
800.733.4065
610.682.2104

Saturday, March 18 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Online Detox & Cleanse Workshop

Food Matters TV Presents:
Free Online Detox & Cleanse Workshop with James Colquhoun from Food Matters

Learn how to increase your energy, lose excess weight & feel incredible
in your body again with inspiring documentaries & educational interviews.
Plus receive a free download of "7 Foods to Avoid in Health Food Stores". 

Visit the following link to register for the workshop: Register



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Citizens' Climate Lobby of York Meeting

Wednesday, March 22nd at 7PM: Meeting will be held in the Susan B. Anthony Room  downstairs in at UUCY (925 St. George St. York, PA 17403)

March Guest Speaker: Devashree Saha, Brookings Institution

Saha.pngDevashree Saha will discuss the decoupling of decarbonization and the economy, and how carbon emissions are declining despite a growing economy. She is a senior policy associate and associate fellow at the Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program. Her research primarily focuses on the intersection of clean energy and economic development policy, including the transition to a clean energy economy.

Prior to joining Brookings, Saha worked at the National Governors Association, where her work spanned clean energy, transportation, and land use planning issues. She holds a Ph.D. in public policy from the University of Texas at Austin and a master’s in political science from Purdue University.

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Starting Your Garden Workshop at Horn Farm Center

An evening with the Accidental Agonomist - Ideas for getting started with your garden plot.

This two-hour classroom session will tell you all you need to know about getting your garden started for the season. We'll cover your own goals for the garden, discuss the merits of different methods of gardening, seeds, plants, fertilizers and ammendments, tools and more. Whether you are new to gardening, stating in a new space, or just looking to refine your understanding and gain new ideas, this class will be a great primer for the coming spring. 

Participants will leave with an understanding of where to start, knowledge what resources are available, and an enthusiasm to get their hands in the soil. 

Class will be held indoors and presented by Monica Pape of The Accidental Agronomist Consulting. To register, please visit: https://hornfarmcenter.org/starting-your-garden/

Location: Horn Farm Center
                4945 Horn Road
                YorkPA 17406

Contact: (717) 332-8710 
Thursday, March 30 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Wild Lands Immersion: Primitive Skills Spring 2017

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Five full-day workshops designed to reconnect you to the land and develop essential survival skills. Saturdays, 9:00am-4:00pm, beginning April 1.

Students will gain hands-on experience with basic, pre-industrial, woodland-style survival skills/bushcraft. This includes gathering wild foods and medicine, building debris-huts, animal tracking, fire-making techniques such as hand-drill and bow drill, making basic hunting implements such as a survival bow and simple traps, and much more! These classes are being offered as stand-alone one-day workshops but as a group provide a well-rounded introduction into these skills. Discounted package for those signing up for the full five-class session.


Location: Horn Farm Center
4945 Horn Road
YorkPA 17406


Contact: (717) 332-8710

Learn More: https://hornfarmcenter.org/wild-lands-immersion-primitive-skills-spring-2017/


Saturday, April 1 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Food Preservation Basics

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Learn about food preservation techniques and the science behind food preservation.

Gardening season has begun! Seeds have been planted, the greenhouse is green with life - Time to learn how to preserve the vegetables you plan on growing so you can enjoy them all year round.

This class will be led by Aeman Bashir, a Food Preservation certified instructor. She will present a general overview of various preservation techniques and discuss the science and safety behind food preservation. Tips and pointers on how to use a water bath and a pressure canner will be covered. Various techniques will include freezing, acidifying, canning, curing, and pickling. This class will be primarily lecture with some demonstration as well.

Location: Horn Farm Center
               4945 Horn Road
               YorkPA 17406

Contact: (717) 332-8710
Learn More: https://hornfarmcenter.org/food-preservation-basics/ 




Saturday, April 1 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Wild About Mushrooms Workshop with Michael Judd

Learn all about growing culinary mushrooms in your landscape through this hands on event and take a mushroom log home! This wonderful event takes place in Frederick, Maryland.

To learn more about the workshop and/or register, please visit: Wild About Mushrooms Registration and Information
Sunday, April 2 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Introductory Yoga Session

Where: Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall 6 York Street Spring Grove, PA 17362
When: Wednesdays in April (5th, 12th, 19th, 26th) 8:45am-9:45am
Cost: $40 for the month if paid on the first day of class, $13 drop-in
Contact: Dayna Pinkerton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., to register

All levels welcome. Dress in comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat and water.
Wednesday, April 5 8:45 am - 9:45 am
Every Week until April 27, 2017

River Crossing Playback Theatre: Open Rehearsals

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You are invited on the first Wednesday of each month to join the River Crossing Playback ensemble in a free Open Rehearsal.

Come, watch or join in on any Wednesday, 7-9 pm at the Belmont Theatre, 27 South Belmont Ave in York, Pennsylvania (formerly York Little Theatre). The two hours, if you choose to participate fully, would include:

  • Physical warm-up or game to “get out of our heads” and wake up our creative improvisational capacities;
  • An embodied game or exercise to develop some aspect of improvisational skillset: listening, responding, moving, vocalizing, ensemble contact and more;
  • “Checking In” to say what’s “on top” for each of us and have that acknowledged using a responsive Playback theatre form;
  • Learning and using various Playback theatre forms to respond to the essence and deep notes of each check-in and story told.
The Open Rehearsal is a new offering in South Central PA to open the circle of the unique embodied process of Playback Theatre to strengthen our community connections, build skills for deep listening and enhance our innate capacity to create beauty in each moment.

Simply RSVP by the prior Tuesday (24 hours) by calling (717) 382-8292 with questions.

Arrive between 6:50-7 PM. Bring a water bottle. Wear loose-fitting clothes. See you there?
Wednesday, April 5 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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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, April 6 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Every Month until June 02, 2017

Meditation Workshop Series - Intro Session

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Saturday, April 8 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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