The Jubilee! Players Present An Act of God
…Friday and Saturday, May 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm in a Reader’s Theater style
It’s all about the laughs! And so, if you like to laugh plan to attend the satirical production of An Act of God by David Javerbaum starring Jubilants Jerry Crouch as God with Susie Davis and Sally Carter as the Archangels, Michael and Gabriel. The play is sponsored by St. Lucian CALYPSO Caribbean Restaurant on Lexington in downtown Asheville. Tickets are $10/person and will be available at the door, but no one will be turned away.
A Teaching of Sacred Ecology
…Tuesday, May 23 from 7 to 9 pm
Jubilant Page Bryant invites you to explore this interesting concept. Topics include understanding the World Grid, proper protocol at Sacred Sites, definition of vortexes and ley lines and how to find them, and finding portals as “gateways” into other dimensions. This class is sponsored by the Spiritual Journey Team. Tuition is $20.
Are You a Moody Blues Fan?
…The Lost Chord will be in concert on Friday, May 26 at 7 pm at Jubilee!
If so, you’re in for a real treat! Long time Jubilants, Sherman Hoover and Garry Byrne, have formed a Moody Blues tribute band called The Lost Chord. They will be performing a concert at Jubilee!, sponsored by The World Beat Band, with songs from The Moodies’ classic period of the sixties and early seventies. Some of the songs you will hear are Tuesday Afternoon, Ride My See-Saw, Nights in White Satin & Question. Tickets are $7 at the door.
The Life Together Team Invites You to Retreat
…Join other Jubilee! women in Tazewell, TN on June 23-25 to relax and renew
Laurie Berry Clifford will be leading the retreat in which we begin to view our Life as Story, from the little girl to the wise grandmother. PERKS include the beauty of guided meditations as you move through the day and the magic of a hypnosis massage each night. The only set cost is for lodging. Questions? Go to www.wellbeingretreat center.org.
A New Time
Vespers with Jay Joslin is making a time change for the summer. The Service will now begin at 6 pm instead of 5 pm.
A New Book!
…Discussion begins on Monday, May 22nd
On May 22, we will begin discussion of The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible by Charles Eisenstein. From Amazon: “This inspirational and thought-provoking book serves as an empowering antidote to the cynicism, frustration, and paralysis so many of us are feeling, replacing it with a grounding reminder of what’s true: we are all connected, and our small, personal choices bear unsuspected transformational power.” Join us on Mondays from 1:30 to 3 pm.
…Opening reception on June 2nd at 5 pm
Jubilant Maureen Simon is excited to share her vision of art and photography from Biltmore Iron and Metal, showcasing her love of architecture, colors, metal, wood, and the abstract. It features works of art in photography, mixed media and encaustics.
Support Fair Districts
…Sign the petition on Sunday mornings
Voting is important, but having fair districts is essential to fair elections. Efforts are happening state-wide to support a process for drawing political district maps that are fair and open, avoid racial or partisan gerrymandering, and allow voters to pick their political representatives, not the other way around. The Voting Rights issue group of the Social Justice team will have petitions for you to sign to support fair districts and oppose gerrymandering on Sunday mornings in the Hospitality Room.
The Jubilee! Directory Committee is accepting applications for the new “Jubilee! Directory of Wellbeing Practitioners.” This will be a listing of professionals within the Jubilee! Community whose primary training is specifically intended to address mental, emotional, and/or spiritual concerns. Eligibility guidelines are available in the Hospitality Room. Mail applications to Sue Martin at Jubilee!, 46 Wall St., Asheville, 28801 or by email to at [email protected].