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JO-ANN IANNOTTI, OP Friday, February 9-11, 2018 | Friday, 6:00 pm dinner – Sunday lunch Writing into the Dark to the Light Davyne Verstandig Joan Didion once wrote “Grief, when it comes, is nothing like we expect it to be.” Nothing really is as we expect it to be – not the light, nor the dark. By writing into our dark places, our difficult places, we will then emerge into the light with new understanding of the dark and the difficult as being gifts as much as anything else. Writers of all genres are welcome. Fees: See page 10 | Program # DV 2-911 Saturday, February 10, 2018 | 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Self-Care Saturday: Connect, Reflect and Project Gabriele Davis Ease into a place of quiet connection as you reflect on and release activities of the past year. Embrace your future with hope, clarity, focus and a feeling of expansiveness and generosity. Bring a journal for reflection time. All ages are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes. Fees: Early Registration before Feb. 3: $60 (Includes lunch) Registration after Feb. 3: $75 (Includes lunch) | Program # GD 2-10 Saturday, February 10, 2018 | 2:00 - 3:30 pm From Wisdom’s Table: Take the Chill Off with Hearty Chowders Chef Margaret Jacobs Join Wisdom House Head Chef Margaret Jacobs to create bountiful bowls full of savory ingredients simmered to produce a tempting meal of hearty chowder. The three chowders we will prepare are: Cajun Seafood and Sweet Potato Chowder Ham Potato and Corn Chowder New England Clam Chowder Samplings and recipes will be included! Fees: Early Registration before Feb. 3: $25 | Registration after Feb. 3: $30 | Program # MJ- 2-10 3 (860) 567-3163

Saturday, March 10, 2018 | 9:30 am - 3:00 pm The Tree That Survived the Winter: From Grief to New Life Mary Fahy, RSM A program for anyone going through a difficult time, experiencing a life transition or loss. Using this “adult” parable of a tree surviving a bitter winter, you will learn to appreciate how the abundances we are given can ease us through feelings of anger, abandonment and loss to emerge with new feelings of hope, love and faith. The book The Tree That Survived the Winter will be available for purchase. Fees: Early registration before March 3: $60 (Includes lunch) Registration after March 3: $75 (Includes lunch) | Program # MF 3-10 March 30-April 1 Land Sabbath Wisdom House is closed to observe a Land Sabbath – a time of healing and renewal for ourselves and our earth. We commemorate those days of Christ’s final suffering, death, silence and resurrection. Wisdom House reveres these days of quiet before the Easter feast. 229 East Litchfield Rd, Litchfield, CT 06759 JO-ANN IANNOTTI, OP 4

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