Name: Sue Amann
Date registered: May 11, 2012
Tuesday November 14, 2017
6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
Becky Sakellariou, who lives in both New Hampshire and in Greece, has been involved with the refugees in Greece since they began pouring into that country from Turkey 2 1/2 years ago. She has visited transient camps with a team of midwives, emergency landing camps, and taught and worked in a couple of the 40+ mainland camps that are now home to about 65,000 refugees. She has also raised funds for goods, foods, clothes, toys and other needed items for about 7 NGOs operating at very small centers, both urban and rural. She will talk about her experiences, her perspectives and show slides to illustrate what is happening.
Sunday November 5, 2017
2:00 PM until 3:30 PM
Perhaps dowsing brings to mind a picture of an old New England farmer, walking across his land, holding a forked tree branch, searching for water. Perhaps it was your grandfather. Dowsing for water is what most people think of, but the world of dowsing is expansive.
Pamela Pike, a New Hampshire dowser, will be here to explore this fascinating modality of seeking answers to questions by means of various tools. Pendulums,L-rods, Bobbers, Y-sticks and Aurometers. All will be available to experience a fun-filled, hands-on, educational afternoon.
Learn how we can use these tools to make our lives healthier, easier or wiser. You’ll have the opportunity to make a “dowsing pendulum” to take home.
Come with questions, a sense of adventure and discovery. You never know what you’ll find.
Wednesday November 1, 2017
6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
Come join Dr. Deborah Bonfanti, owner/doctor at Hope ND in Milford, NH for an informative, thought-provoking presentation on low-energy/fatigue.
She will delve into different types and causes of fatigue and why having low-energy is not always linked to the number of hours of sleep one is getting each night. Not only will she introduce members of the audience to these alternative causes, but she will explore with her audience how to test for and/or begin addressing/correcting these culprits in energy-theft. “There are different types of fatigue, and identifying when one’s energy dips and rises are essential keys in identifying the underlying factors snagging one’s energy. If someone wakes up with energy, and it drops after lunch, that is very different from someone who wakes feeling tired but then has high energy at night. The cause is completely different, and so the treatment will need to be different, as well.” – Deborah Bonfanti, ND
To learn more about Hope ND, Dr. Deborah Bonfanti, and Naturopathic Medicine, visit www.HopeNDNH.com or www.facebook.com/drdebnd