Reclaiming Our Natural Connections and Building Community Resiliency
An evening talk and weekend workshop with Jon Young, May 3rd 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $10 per adult, youth are free. Please pay at the door.
Have you heard of Nature Deficit Disorder? Are you curious about ways to increase the health and vitality of children and families, especially ways to unplug from media and get outside? Do you wonder about how to build and sustain community?
If so, come to an evening talk and weekend workshop with author and naturalist, Jon Young, that promotes connecting with nature and community building through timeless indigenous approaches such as storytelling, relationship and sustainability. Find out about an international movement that is creating sustainable culture and community through connecting people with nature, themselves and each other. Jon’'s message inspires change and provides practical advice for getting more nature connected.
Jon Young is an accomplished tracker, naturalist and storyteller. His books and training materials include: Coyote's Guide to Connecting with Nature, What the Robins Knows, and The Kamana Naturalist Training Program.
Friday night talk: 6:30-8:30 pm, New Vista High School.
There is also a weekend workshop that I highly recommend if you are available May 3-4 Saturday-Sunday workshop: 9-5 on Saturday and 9-4 on Sunday at Thorne Nature Experience @ 63rd & Arapahoe. The cost for the weekend program is $175/adult for full weekend; family discount available. $75/child for full weekend. To register for weekend workshop: go to FeetOnTheEarth.org or call[masked]