Come out and practice community with us on April 20th from 7 to 9pm at Temple Emek Shalom in Ashland. Together we will listen to six local folks share a true story of survival. Tellers include Ellie Holty, Helen Jucevic, Alan Journet, Chris Hardy, Molly McKissick, and Ginny Auer. Hosted by Cat Gould. Music by Duane Whitcomb, Carly Joss, Isaiah Brown, and Wendi Stanek. $5 suggested donation. All proceeds at the door will benefit The Geos Institute a local non-profit committed to climate change solutions.
Our Spring Hearth will explore the theme “Survival” with proceeds benefiting The Geos Institute a local non-profit committed to climate change solutions. Come out and practice community with us on April 20th from 7 to 9pm at Temple Emek Shalom in Ashland. Together we will listen to six local folks share a true story of survival (in ten minutes or less). Tellers include Ellie Holt, Helen Jucevic, Alan Journet, Chris Hardy, Molly McKissick, and Ginny Auer. Hosted by Cat Gould. Music by Duane Whitcomb, Wendi Stanek, and friends. $5 suggested donation. Friends we need volunteers to help set up chairs and run concessions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help!
Temple Emek Shalom, Unite Oregon, Havurah Shir Hadash, and The Hearth are co-sponsoring a night of personal immigrant stories. This public event will include music, food, and stories from immigrants of all backgrounds. Hosted by Rabbi Joshua Boettiger. Event takes place Monday, February 27th at Temple Emek Shalom from 7 to 9pm.
Growing Up Girl is now available on KSKQ.ORG! Four hundred people came out to hear six local woman tell creative, compelling, vulnerable stories of growing up female. Now you can hear the stories and the music from last night’s event at KSKQ. The evening will be broadcast Saturday, December 10th at 2pm or go to the following link and download. A special thank you to storytellers Julie Gillis, Jessica De Nova, Alicia Hwang, Lora Phillippi, Ana Byers, and Nancy Linton. Also grateful to Ava DeRosier, Kimberly StarKey, Daisy Schmeling, Grace and Joseph Yaconelli for music.
Our winter Hearth event will seek to counter some of the misogyny present within the rhetoric of the recent presidential campaign by focusing on the stories of women. Titled “Growing Up Girl,” six local women will share personal stories of growing up female. Proceeds from the event will benefit Stories Alive–an arts-integrated literacy instruction organization in Southern Oregon. Storytellers include Julie Gillis, Teresa Cisneros, Ana Byers, Nancy Linton, and Alicia Hwang. Our December 8th Hearth event will happen from 7 to 9pm at Temple Emek Shalom(1800 E. Main St.) in Ashland, Oregon. This event is open to all ages. Please bring your sons and daughters!