Saturday Morning Salons

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Saturday Morning Salons

Time: October 31, 2009 from 10:30am to 12pm
Location: Omega House
Street: 371 S. Mountain Ave
City/Town: Ashland
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Phone: (541) 488-2304
Event Type: saturday, morning, salons
Organized By: Rich Lang
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2009

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Our next salon will be focusing on "Caring presence,stories and rituals for crisis, trauma, loss and grief.
This Salon will feature our guest, Hospital Chaplain Amy Hoyt, who will lead us in discussion on how best to deal with these challenges of life that face us all.

Salons have been described as "shaping our futures through conversations that matter" (The World Cafe)

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