Becky Corbett of Bec’s Tea in Evergreen, Colorado offers a lively presentation describing teas, tisanes, rooibos, yerbe mates and herbals, as well as the origins, processing methods, and differences between them. We will travel the globe with various traditions surrounding Tea Around The World.
Ready for a Fresh Start? Reboot!
Learn how eating fresh food and juicing for a short time can help you stop cravings and get on a healthy eating path. Joan Gregerson, Wellness Educator, will present the options for a 5, 10 or 15-Day Reboot using the Reboot with Joe Juice Diet book, by Joe Cross of the movie Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.
Enoughness is a personal equilibrium that supports a deeply fulfilling and a fully expressed life. This workshop introduces the practice and perspective of Enoughness in support of true work/life balance. Read more at www.EnoughnessSessions.com
If there’s a white-hot food trend right now, it’s ramen. Chef Johnny DePierro of Bones joins 5280’s Food Editor Amanda M. Faison to talk about what makes ramen so captivating. The chosen cookbook is the much-loved Momofuku by David Chang. Check it out, cook from it and come ready to discuss. Plus: samples!
December 15th is the anniversary of the discovery of the South Pole by Roald Amundsen, "the last of the Vikings." The race to the South Pole was one of the greatest international races prior to the race to the moon and was full of tragedy and triumph. It featured tiny, newly independent Norway against the British Empire, upon which the "sun never set." It was David vs Goliath. Join us as we tell the gripping story of those who perished and prevailed in this epic quest.
Congratulations, you've written a draft of your novel and survived NANOWRIMO! Now what? Join Lighthouse Writers Workshop to dig into your draft, and continue pushing yourself into a daily writing practice now that the writing marathon is over.
You are invited to learn about and celebrate the Kwanzaa principle Kuumba (Creativity); to do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
The word "Kwanzaa" comes from the Swahili phrase "matunda ya kwanza," meaning "first fruits." Kwanzaa begins on December 26 and ends with a communal feast called the Karamu on January 1. Kwanzaa is a seven-day holiday that celebrates Family, Community and Culture. The seven days of Kwanzaa match the seven principles celebrated during the days.