Spring Programs and Job Opening at Dreaming Stone!

Dreaming Stone updates… good news… 

Spring is here!

Spring has officially sprung at Dreaming Stone! We enjoyed a wonderful celebration of the Broad River at the Spring Equinox, and are busy with the work of readying soil, starting seedlings, and planting perennials. We are excited for all these upcoming opportunities to form connection, host educational and cultural events, and learn from the land!

Check out these upcoming programs

at Dreaming Stone Arts and Ecology Center

Tai Chi and Tea 
 with Magi King
Starting this Sunday! 


Bring in the spring, with this grounding and invigorating practice. Students will learn a series that they can take home with them, that is dedicated to the Pink Moon, for Phlox in bloom. After the practice, you may enjoy locally sourced teas, social time, spring reflections, and solo or shared walks on the land.

Please register in advance
 

Join the good vibes
of community work parties!


Help us grow beauty and provision for future programs! Come for a few hours, learn about DS, share a meal, swap stories, build community! 

Please RSVP, so we’re ready for you

Bearing Witness – May 28th
with Dr James Perkinson 


Are humans the only ones with memory? Could memory exist within the land, within the soil and stones? This is both a special teaching event with a beloved teacher, a community meal and a festive Blessing of the Stones at Dreaming Stone.  

Please RSVP here

Garden Therapy – June 10th,
with Hannah Bundy


As a local horticultural expert working in extension services, Hannah is assisting new gardeners and food producers across the county. But her true love is creating beauty, connection, and community through shared time in the garden. Come make pressed flower art, learn some grounding practices, and enjoy a community meal. Time to refuel!

Space is limited. Register Here!
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New Hire! First Hire!
We’re looking for a dynamic team member…

We are hiring a part time operations manager to handle program logistics and support administrative systems. This work can be managed by a combination of virtual and on-site time. The benefits package includes paid time off and other perks. Help us find awesome candidates.  

Our community of support makes the difference in what we are able to accomplish. Please give this spring, or consider becoming a monthly donor. 

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Update from “the community at Dreaming Stone”
… still working on a name.
It was a blessing to have Rachel Yu with us for two weeks. Apart from her generous support as one of the newest members of the DSAEC Board, she planted potatoes and juniper bushes, laid silage tarps, processed cedar poles for the library installation, and helped us out with the Spring Equinox event!

We are getting ready to host the Gibbs Zehnder family and are thrilled to have their help on a few projects. Please consider coming and lending a hand in 2022, if you can swing a visit!

Blessings on your journey through these days. May the gifts that multiply within community be nourished in this season!

Enduringly, 
Tevyn East
Executive Director
Dreaming Stone Arts and Ecology Center
co-founder the Carnival de Resistance

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