The Learning & Education Sector focuses on progressive and integrative education for our youth, including an emphasis on: social democracy, community service, ecological literacy, problem solving, critical thinking skills, entrepreneurship, development of social skills through group work and collaborative/cooperative projects, world peace studies, pluralism, multiculturalism, interfaith understanding, and mindfulness training. This Sector also focuses on advanced training across Sectors for adults with an emphasis on expeditionary and experiential learning.
“Class Dismissed” spotlights problems with traditional schools and showcases a growing trend in alternative educations strategies that are working for many families across America.
Discussion and opportunities explored.
Date: March 19 @ 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Visitors will experience frontier culture, including cooking, gardening, woodworking, flax and wool spinning, rare-breed animals, schoolhouse lessons and more.
Date: March 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: $7 Adults, $5 Children. Reserve ahead for discount.
Lecture by Dr. Laj Utreja, Director of the Institute for Global Harmony, India. Is education failing us because it does not promote global harmony?
What can students do? What can educators do?
Date: March 15 @ 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Jun 09, 2017 to Jun 11, 2017
Women's Empowerment Workshop
All women are reflections of the Divine Feminine (though sometimes we need to be reminded of this fact). Early man honored women for their ability to create life and give birth. Indeed, early humans paid homage to the “Great Mother” – our first monotheistic deity. Over time, however, society began to dismiss and even suppress the Sacred Feminine, causing women to lose touch with their direct connection to the Divine. Now, it is time to relearn, reclaim, and rejoice in the history, mythology, power, and presence of the Goddess!