Our walk and tour co-host Steven Stevens, owner of the
Museum, is also highly respected by the Boulder
Meetup group for his life of sharing his direction for what Fran Rew calls an Economics of Compassion, connecting passion, people, planet and prosperity!! Here's a link to a wonderful article that Sustainability Reporter Jerry Brown wrote about Stevens.
Both on a walk and a tour, Steven will introduce us to his practical experiences making sustainable choices, and help us to discover more examples of people to celebrate, historically and currently - people who shared their direction of life choices for an Economics of Compassion.
Visiting the Golden Oldy Cyclery Museum (which is also a beautiful home) is by reservations only. This tour is limited to 10 people. There's an automatically generated waiting list for this event, in case people would like to schedule an additional date and time together for this event. The museum admission fee is $5/person. You can read more about the museum on the museum's website at
CONFIRMATIONS IMPORTANT: Because this event is limited to 10 people, and we have people on the waiting list for our colaborating TTWalks group, please officially confirm your reservation by calling or emailing me (Fran Rew) at (303)[masked] (H), (720)[masked] (C), or send an email to [masked]. Everyone who has received an official email confirmation from me by Saturday, December 8, 2012, will be invited into the home and museum. If you don't get an email confirmation, you may stay on the waiting list for a future visit in 2013.
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In our past TTWalks collaborative George Washington Carver
Movie, Walk and Tour event on Friday, September 28, 2012,
we discovered how powerful Carver's shared life choices were to the direction of an Economics of Compassion in the South. Carver's life continues to inspire connecting passion, people, and planet for prosperity.
Over the next 5 years, TTWalks is building a captioned
photo album titled "Celebrating an Economics of Compassion". We'll create an opportunity to celebrate our favorite examples of an Economics of Compassion in each annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Marade. Please upload your captioned photos of your favorite examples into this photo album.
George Washington Carver and Steven Stevens are 2 of the bright stars in the galaxy of stars we'll be celebrating for the next 5 years in annual MLK Marades!