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NEW! Summer
Your Guide

 

"The Color of Sound"
Art Exhibit

March 14–May 11

Mindfulness Group
April 21, Noon–1:00p

Living with Joy
April 22, 1:30–4:00p

"Miss Representation"
Film & Discussion

April 23, 6:00–8:30p

Restorative & Vinyasa Flow Yoga
April 24, 9:30a & 5:30p

Therapeutic Yoga
April 25, 10:00–11:00a

Matting & Framing Workshop
April 26, 10:00a–12:30p

Supper & Film:
Third Star

April 28, 6:00–9:00p

Lunch & Learn:
Chiropractic–
Not Just for Adults

May 7, Noon–1:00p

 

Calendar of Events

 

Womanspace Rockford

 

Womanspace Programs

 

Living With Joy | Miss Representation Film & Discussion

 

Living With Joy
Learning to live a more joyful, fulfilling life can seem unreachable using old patterns of thinking and feeling. If you want to feel more alive, self-assured, positive and energetic, this workshop offers highlights to improve that. It also provides insights as to what may be blocking you from a happier day-to-day experience. You might imagine how your day could be as you bring to it some quality Daily Joy practices using tips, exercises and affirmations.

Patricia Halverson is a holistic health consultant and founder of The Center for Living Whole, as well as the School of Sacred Wisdom. She trained in herbal medicine at the Wildwood Herbal Institute and the Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education (CARE). She is certified in Breath Therapy and provides many workshops and classes for those seeking natural, healthy ways to heal their body, mind and spirit.

Course #: WK13-22
Date: April 22
Time: Tuesday, 1:30–4:00p
Instructor: Patricia Halverson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $35
Members' Fee: $25
Register by April 20 Registration Policy

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Film & Discussion: Miss Representation
A must see for women & men! This movie provides an excellent overview of how women in the United States are portrayed in the media and the impact this has on society. There are a number of scenarios presented about women’s lives — the challenges and struggles they have had to deal with as well as the many challenges that young girls face every day. Join an impressive array of personalities, activists, politicos and entertainment figures who share many diverse viewpoints, all striving for that same elusive result of enlightenment. This film is great for women, men and teens and will have a definite impact on how you view the media in the future. Dinner will be provided!

Judy Pickle is a retired education professor from NIU. She taught curriculum, gender sensitivity, early childhood, language arts, & ethics. Nancy Miller is a retired teacher who spends many hours volunteering at Womanspace. Nan and Judy are becoming well known for the movies they uncover and the insights and discussion that follows.

Course #: WK13-20
Date: April 23
Time: Wednesday, 6:00–8:30p
Instructor: Judy Pickle & Nancy Graham Miller
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
Register by April 21 Registration Policy

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