2017 Upcoming Hearth Events

February 27. Immigrant Stories.  A special event produced by Temple Emek Shalom and co-sponsored  by Unite Oregon, The Hearth Ashland, and Havurah Shir Hadash. Local people of various backgrounds will share their immigrant stories. This is a public event with live music, food, and information on how to support and protect local immigrants. Monday, February 27th from 7 to 9pm at Temple Emek Shalom. Hosted by Rabbi Joshua Boettiger.

April 20th. Survival!  The Hearth Ashland presents a special spring gathering on the theme SURVIVAL hosted by Cat Gould with stories from Lara Treadaway, Dan Wahpepah, and others. $5 donation at the door to benefit Geos Institute a local non-profit dedicated to developing solutions to climate change that are effective, equitable, and science-based. Thursday, April 20th from 7 to 9pm at Temple Emek Shalom (1800 E. Main Street) in Ashland.

May 25th. Into The Wild: True Tales from Environmental Activists. The Hearth Austin is hosting INTO THE WILD:TRUE TALES FROM ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS Thursday, May 25th 7:30 to 9:30pm at The North Door. Hosted by Mark Yaconelli with music by bluegrass band Steel Betty and Justin Stewart. The event will present true stories by 6 local young adults involved in environmental activism in Austin. Tellers include Dave Cortez from Sierra Club, Amy Stansbury from EcoNetwork, Aly Tharp from The Festival Beach Food Forest, Josh Blaine from InGredients, Lukus Ebert from Texas Impact, and Kendra Bones from Austin Zero Waste Alliance. $5 suggested donation at the door goes to support The Festival Beach Food Forest. Hope all my Texas friends can make it out. Co-sponsored with The Front Porch.

July 1. Building Bridges, Breaking Walls: True Tales from Latino Immigrants. The Hearth Austin will host a special event with a gallery of over 100 handwritten stories from undocumented Latino immigrants in the Austin area. Held at the Mexican American Cultural Center, from 4 to 6pm with stories from 6 local Latino immigrants. Hosted by Mark Yaconelli with live music from Ecuadorian duo Los Bohemios Perdidos. $5 suggested donation and all proceeds to benefit Grassroots Leadership. 




4 thoughts on “Calendar

  1. I am so sorry I didn’t know about Temporarily Insane” or the Hearth before this. I have an interesting story about my temporary insanity and the flow of communication that exists with others. Perhaps another evening. I will come this evening.

  2. The Calendar has no events for 2016 or 2017. Is The Hearth still in existence? If yes, how can I find out about upcoming events? Do you post them in the Medford News Tribune?

    • Hey Steven, sorry for the delay in updating the calendar. It is updated now. And yes, The Hearth is alive and strong…too busy sometimes to update the website! Sorry for the confusion.

  3. Tonight’s Survival stories were the best group of speakers, telling the most interesting and moving stories I have ever heard at a Hearth event. The music was also exceptional tonight. Well done everybody!

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