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Sarah Cash-Darvell, Augsburg University Events Director, is taking a new position outside of higher education, and her last day at Augsburg will be Monday, July 17. Please mark your calendars for 2 p.m. that day to join us in the Marshall Room for a send-off event to celebrate the leadership, energy, and excellence that Sarah has brought to her work at Augsburg.
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Climate Grief to Joy Healing Circle on Thursday July 13th from 5-8pm in the Augsburg Community Garden.
Rooted in Indigenous thought, and held as small group workshops, Healing Circles provide a vessel for participants to name, hold, and release intense emotions around climate change, while also contextualizing how we ended up here. Unprocessed grief can limit access to the present moment. We are often either stuck in the past or jumping ahead to the future.
Through cycles of music and poetry, participants engage in an outdoor, moving journey that engages the senses and prompts a path to our individual and collective healing, unlocking the potential to shift the stories we tell and reimagine the future we are building. All are welcome, registration for this event is required, as space is limited.
Click on the link below to register and for more information on the event. This Healing Circle is sponsored by Environmental Sustainability at Augsburg and is supported by Oyate Hotanin in collaboration with musical duo Buffalo Weavers and Change Narrative, a climate programming producer —in a year-long climate action-driven project, Society of Mother Earth (S.O.M.E.).