Upcoming Events: 08.03.2018

August 5, 2018 |

If You Care, You Will Be There!
Attend the Community Forum on September 8th at 10 am
The Jubilee! Transition Team — those 12 people guiding the process that will lead Jubilee! into it’s next 30 years under new leadership —  is inviting you (yes specifically YOU!) to BRUNCH!  Whether you’ve been coming to Jubilee! for 29 years or just found out about us last month, if you consider yourself a Jubilant! your stories, visions and wisdom matters to this process. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for this community and its imperative that you play an influential role in fostering the evolution of  Jubilee! into the future.  So mark your calendars and plan on coffee, tea and pastries on Saturday, September 8th at 10 am.  We’ll be meeting in the Celebration Center for a fun and creative process called The World Cafe. You don’t want to miss it!

Who Are the New Jubilee! Board Members?
…Welcome Bill, Catherine, Pam, Molly!
Four Jubilants began their three-year term on the Jubilee! Board of Directors on July 1st.  They are Bill Byrne, Catherine Cope, Pam Garrett and Molly Pritchard.  During the months of July and August we will be introducing each to you.  They bring a world of experience both inside and outside of Jubilee!.

In previous issues we introduced Bill Byrne and Catherine Cope.  In this issue, we will be featuring Pam Garrett. The first question we always ask of prospective Board members is For what reasons would you be willing to serve? Pam responded, “I have been attending Jubilee! regularly for four years and now have the time after leaving my corporate position, to dedicate to the Community I have grown to love and count on. Jubilee! offers a safe and loving environment for anyone wishing to celebrate and grow their spiritual gifts. I find it offers a refreshing new perspective and liberation from traditional religious communities that I have experienced through my life.”

When asked about the talents she offers to the Board, Pam replied, “I am comfortable working and communicating with most people…but I am not a public speaker! I am a natural organizer, troubleshooter, and researcher and am driven to keep the peace and spread the love. I have more wisdom, wit and work to offer to Jubilee! than I do wealth. If I am privy to more wealth at some point in my life, it will be shared with Jubilee!”

Revolution In 3 Sound Steps:
T.A.P. the flow of your power to shape personal, social & system health
Do you care A LOT about what’s going these days but are concerned about either a) adding to an atmosphere of division and mistrust, or b) holding back and not speaking your truth?  What if there was a simple (if challenging) way to express your truth powerfully, inspire others to join with you to engage in common purpose, and move toward the world you’ve always imagined possible? Throughout his precociously circuitous career, Daniel Barber, M.S. has studied, explored and implemented many approaches to personal and social change.  He has threaded these perspectives into a 6-phase process called TAP the Flow that combines mindful sonic presence with a unique improvisational modality to help you connect with your source of inspiration, feel your deep truth and engage your most influential action. Experience this radically fresh approach to political engagement in three powerful steps.

  • Saturday, September 1st from 10 am to 5 pm (gluten-free lunch included)
  • Cost: $87 online — $100 at the door. 20% to benefit World Beat Band stage and sound upgrades

Sign up online: https://danielbarber.samcart.com/products/revolution-in-3-sound-steps-saturday-workshop/

Good Going, Kids
Many thanks to the kids in the Nurture program who make up the mattresses and set up the classrooms for our Room in the Inn guests. Some of the kids have been performing this community service, 3 times a year, for 10 years!

Summer Orchestra in Concert
Sunday, August 12, at 7:30 pm
The Jubilee! Summer Orchestra will present its 2018 concert on Sunday, August 13 at 7:30 pm.  “Story of the West” will feature the 50 piece symphony in the second in their series of concerts honoring the cardinal directions.  The program includes music from West Side Story, Dances with Wolves, and Lord of the Rings, along with Copland’s famous “Hoedown” and “Buckaroo Holiday” from Rodeo and other works from Spain and West Africa.  Tickets are by $5 donation at the door, but nobody will be turned away. www.jubileeorchestra.net

Final Chat ‘n Snack Coming
Sunday, August 19th, 6—8 pm
 It is hard to imagine , but the final Chat ‘n Snack of the summer is just around the corner.  Join us at Hanger Hall, 31 Park Avenue, North, near downtown Asheville from 6 to 8 pm for our final Chat ‘n Snack of the summer. We will gather around the pool to swim, enjoy potluck food, dance to the music and enjoy each other’s company.  Be sure to wear your swim suit and bring your own towel if you and/or your family want to swim. Also please bring food to share. Beverages will be provided.  Chat ‘n Snacks are a perfect venue for meeting other Jubilants and expanding your circle of friends.  This  final event will be hosted by the Jubilee! Social Justice Team. Please bring a $5 donation for the band. More if you can to support renovations in the band area!

Jubilee! Wants You
People are always wondering, “how do I deepen into the Jubilee! community?”  Volunteering is a great way to start.  There are so many exciting opportunities—from one time events to long term engagements—everything from graphic design and videography, to street art and outreach, to database entry and office work, to team leaders and greeters.  If you have a great gladness you want to share with the Jubilee! family, contact Jackie Dobrinska or [email protected].

Let’s Have Fun!
Sunday, August 26th at 9:45 am
We’ll kick off the new school year with a field trip for our Middle School class. On Sunday, August 26th, we’ll walk to Splashville for some fun in the sun. Then, we’ll head to The Hop for a sundae party. We’ll meet downstairs at Jubilee! at 9:45 am. Pick-up will be at The Hop at 12:30 pm. The party is free. Please share with any middle schoolers you might know. All are welcome.