When: Today until Sun, May 19, 2013
| 4:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Where: 744 Sly Pond Rd, Fort Ann, NY 12827
The first annual Spring Stewardship Weekend is an incredible opportunity for Little Notch supporters to gain an understanding of how to care for CLN and help make sure camp is safe, functional, and in its best condition for our 2013 programs. Our Property Working Group will be hosting the weekend and will have several major and minor projects that must be completed (all skill levels and physical abilities are welcome and needed). Projects may include: setting up tents, preparing the kitchen for use, opening program areas, clearing roads and trails, and more. All participants will work for 6 hours each day, leaving time to enjoying CLN in the afternoon and evening.
*No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Something's gone wrong. Do you find yourself: in the middle of yet another crisis? spinning the story in your head over and over until it drives you crazy? becoming paralyzed or overwhelmed? having yourself a good, old-fashioned tantrum? If you said "yes" to any of these, your Inner Drama Queen is sitting pretty with a big crown on her head. Ready to let go of the drama and, when the next challenge arrives, move ahead with empowered action?
Visit Gull Bay Preserve with the Lake George Land Conservancy at the height of its rookery activity! Watch the returning great blue herons as they take care of their hatchlings. Moderately easy trails, one steep, rocky section. 2.5 miles round-trip. Advance registration required. Call Sarah at 518-644-9673; email shoffman(at)lglc.org; or visit lglc.org.
Drumming is a powerful, healing way to honor the earth. Join us to explore the sacred sound that connects us all. Open to all; no talent is necessary. We are all born with an inherent ability to follow simple rhythms. Please bring any kind of drum, rattle or other percussion instrument. Chairs will be provided for those that prefer them.
Drumming is a powerful, healing way to honor the earth. Join us under the full moon to explore the sacred sound that connects us all, no matter what faith (or lack of). Open to all; no talent is necessary. We are all born with an inherent ability to follow simple rhythms. Please bring any kind of drum, rattle or other percussion instrument. Chairs will be provided for those that prefer them.
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