2015 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April 23 The Promise and Peril of Human Enhancement: Will Technology Put An End To Disability?
Technology is changing what it means to be human. Is it for the better? Screening the award-winning “FIXED” (www.fixedthemovie.com), fascinating discussion afterwards, optional dinner and overnight packages available.
May 22 Josh Kaufman in concert
Winner of “The Voice (Season 6).” Tickets on sale March 30th! www.chqw.org
June 16 Learn What Motivates and Gives You Meaning: The Power of Archetypes
Fun & effective way to discover who you are and who you want to be. 9:30a – 3:30p, only $50 (includes lunch & materials)
July 5 Fort Wayne Philharmonic concert
Annual Pops Concert on the beautiful shores of Lake Wawasee. Music in Color offers art experience.
July 11 Tour des Lakes Cycling Adventure
Bicycle ride through the scenic lake areas, gentle rolling hills of the countryside and quaint towns. www.tourdeslakes.com
July 23 Chautauqua on the Lawn: Multicultural Musical Experience with Saxophonist George Wolfe & Pianist James Helton
You haven’t heard good sax until you’ve heard George Wolfe – especially with remarkable piano accompanist James Helton! Want a taste? Go to YouTube and search their names. Then we’ll see you on July 23! www.chqw.org
August Holly Combs: Don’t Label Me!
Check out Holly’s rocking presentation on YouTube at TEDx Indy. Awesome! This is for high school students!
Sept 12 Oakwood Fine Arts Festival
Highly esteemed, juried fine arts festival including art demonstrations, children’s art experience, children’s events, entertainment and food booths.
October 3 OAKtoberfest
Family Activities by day – with lakeside vendors, petting zoo, children’s activities and evening entertainment by Jay Fox and his Bavarian band. Come Prost Mit Us.
Oct 11-13 Finding Spiritual Gold in the Second Half of Life with Kaye Lindauer
World-known teacher Kaye Lindauer is making a special visit to lead this remarkable retreat of personal growth through the interpretation of fairy tales, spiritual writings, poetry, music, art and video clips. Included will be a roadmap for traveling from disappointment to a place of hope.
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