Four Monarchs eclosing and nineteen caterpillars becoming chrysalises, all in a day! And we have a new batch of caterpillars, just in time for my program tomorrow morning at the Cape Ann Museum. I hope to see you there!
Many thanks to my friend Jan Crandall for the caterpillars. She has a gorgeous butterfly garden and this morning there were dozens and dozens of caterpillars on her Common Milkweed plants.
A wonderful family from Missouri. We had a great conversation about Gloucester’s history, we even talked about the famous Sea Serpent in Gloucester. I truly enjoyed speaking to this family and hope they come back to Gloucester.
See Previous posts about the Famous Sea Serpent by Wayne Soini.
First Degree/Shoden (Beginning Teaching) – 2 Day Training **Plus Additional requirements for ‘Certificate of Completion.’
When: Sunday, September 16 and Monday September 17
Where: Peabody MA.
No pre-requisite necessary. Come with an open-mind and an open-heart!
The focus of this training is ‘Self-Reiki for Self-Care’ – Self-reiki offers a quick and easy way to relax, improve comfort and increase calm. Self-reiki also can help those wanting to make positive lifestyle changes and or enhance their meditation practice.
Contact Us for Details and to Register – 978-283-4258 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coming in November! ~ Reiki Training and Retreat in Sedona Arizona ~
Charles Shurcliff is an Ipswich resident who was born in Beverly, MA. He started drawing during the Roosevelt Administration and spent twenty years learning the fundamentals of painting from his grandfather, Cape Ann painter Charles Hopkinson. He went on to study painting at the Cummington School of the Arts followed by eight years at Harvard University. For many years Charles enjoyed a parallel, and more gainful, career in Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Charles’ demo will take place outdoors in front of the art association. He will paint the beautiful harbor scene in his signature quick, loose plein air painting style. The demo will total one hour, and questions are welcomed as he goes along. Let’s hope for good weather!