Upcoming events: 10.16.15

October 15, 2015 |

Male-Female Healing Mysteries…Healing the Wounds to Create a Harmonious Life
Tuesdays, October 20—November 10 at 7 pm at Jubilee!
Do you ever long to end the pain and frustration of unfulfilling friendships and relationships? Do you ever wonder, ”Why does this crap keep happening to me?” The inconvenient yet powerful truth is, reality is an inside job. Like attracts like, thoughts and feelings are magnetic. Healing the age old rift between the male (thought), and female (feeling), is the personal and collective imperative of our time. This free, empowering, and exciting study series will be facilitated by David Robertson, Ph.D., Leader of the Jubilee! Spiritual Journey Team.

Get on the Path…Thursday, October 29th, 6—9 pm at Hanger Hall
Interested in learning more about Jubilee!? Want to meet some of these wacky Jubilants? Then sign up for Pathways which is the best way we know to get involved at Jubilee! And if you would like to become a member, this is the way to get started. Finger foods and beverages will be served. Participation is limited to 25 folks. Sign up at the Welcome Table on Sunday mornings.

The Stress-Less Family: Smoothly Navigate Everyday Challenges
Sunday, November 1st from 1—3:30 pm
Whether you want to avoid “meltdowns” or find new ways to easily do routine activities like brushing teeth, going to bed, or getting out the door, this workshop is for you. Using scientific findings from the fields of neuroscience and human development, you’ll learn new ways to handle everyday conflicts productively and respectfully for all and increase family harmony and connection. Advance registration is asked. Cost for workshop and materials is $25/person or $40/couple. Register at ShonnieLavender.com/less-stress or (828) 778-2871. This event is sponsored by the Spiritual Journey Team.

Day of the Dead Rises Again…Sunday, November 1st
Jubilee! is celebrating the Day of the Dead a.k.a. All Souls’ Day again this year on Sunday, November 1st, with a LaZoom Bus Tour led by Howard with music from Mexico.  The bus leaves from the north side of the Wall Street Parking Deck at 5 pm, returns at 6:30 pm.  We’ll be visiting Riverside Cemetery, singing Mexican songs, lighting candles and throwing flowers in the river to honor our dead loved ones. Tickets are $20. AND THAT’S NOT ALL!  At 7 pm that same night, we will have our traditional All Souls Day Bonfire at Hanger Hall, 31 Park Avenue, North, less than a mile from Jubilee!. We’ll talk about our dead loved ones, send them messages and read, pray and burn the prayers from the Jubilee! Prayer Wall.  Bring munchies & drinkies if you wish.  There is no charge for the Bonfire.

Room in the Inn Coming
Want to follow the directions of Pope Francis? If so, you can feed the poor and house the homeless by signing up to help at Room in the Inn at Jubilee! which starts on Sunday, November 8th. We need volunteers to cook, drive and serve as evening or overnight hosts. Sign-ups begin on Sunday, October 18th and continue thru November 1st in the Hospitality Room. You can also call Carol Greenspan at (828) 298-6066 or email her at mcgreenspan@ gmail.com.

Wear your favorite costume or deck yourself out in Pink for this fun event. Numerous fabulous ZIN members have agreed to participate. Saturday, October 31st from 10 am till noon at Jubilee!. Cost: suggested donation of $5. We are dividing the proceeds between ALS and Party in Pink because members of our community have family struggling with these illnesses. We will have live drummers to add to the excitement. This event is sponsored by the Wellness Team.

Entura Art Workshop
Awaken your own creative spirit using the techniques of this channeled art form. You will learn how to do soul portraits and offer guidance to yourself, clients and friends. It is NOT necessary to be an artist. This intensive weekend workshop begins Friday Oct 23rd and concludes Sunday Oct 25th. The fee is $295 + cost of supplies, 10% of proceeds go to the Jubilee! Compassion Fund. Contact David Robertson (828) 808-3879.

Can’t Sleep?
Then, come to a class led by Jackie Dobrinska called Everyday Herbalism: Backyard and Kitchen Remedies for Insomnia on Monday, October 26th from 6:30 to 8 pm. Roughly 48% of Americans suffer from insomnia.  While pharmaceuticals have a place, they are often addictive and have significant side effects. Learn the different kinds of insomnia and how to address each more naturally. We will look at simple solutions using lifestyle, diet and herbs. The event is free but donations will go to the Jubilee! Community Life and the Compassion Funds. Questions? Email Jackie at herbalyogini@gmail.com or call her at (828) 337-2737.

Time to Fall Back
Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, November 1st. So…be sure to set your clocks back on Saturday night, October 31st, which also happens to be Halloween!