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Feeding Hearts & Minds: A Monthly Community Dinner and Dialogue on Spirited Social Change

Event Details

Feeding Hearts & Minds: A Monthly Community Dinner and Dialogue on Spirited Social Change

Time: March 25, 2012 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: Lakeview Multicultural United Church
Street: 2776 Semlin Drive
City/Town: Vancouver
Website or Map: http://www.spiritedsocialchan…
Event Neighbourhood and Type: east, vancouver, community dinner
Organized By: christine.e.boyle
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2012

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Event Description

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WHAT:

Feeding Hearts & Minds is a monthly meal and dialogue exploring the intersection of ‘spirituality’ and social change. It’s a chance to reconnect with people, to remember what feeds your work, and to re-engage in strategic and fulfilling ways.

WHO:

It’s for activists, organizers, artists, nurturers, students, leaders, and those who are still trying to figure it all out. It’s for people trying to find purpose and meaning beyond the limits of consumerism and self-interest. People longing to live out their values in more impactful and effective ways. People deeply engaged in social change work, and tired as heck from it. People who sometimes experience despair at the state of the world, yet keep getting out of bed each morning to make it better.

And, it’s for people of all ages. For now we won’t be able to provide separate childcare, but we endeavour for the space to be welcoming to children, so if you’ve got them, feel free to bring them along.

MORE DETAILS:

The last Sunday evening of each month. The next few are: March 25th, April 29th, and May 27th.

At Lakeview Multicultural United Church. 2776 Semlin Drive. On East 12thAvenue, between Victoria Drive and Nanaimo St. (The location is wheelchair accessible, and there is an accessible, gender-neutral bathroom)

Rotating guest speakers telling stories of what inspires and grounds their work for a better world.

Simple and delicious food prepared by a fantastic team of volunteers (with vegetarian/lactose-free/gluten-free options).

Music led by talented local folks (singing along encouraged).

Conversation, socializing, conspiring, and some frivolity.

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