Bolton Regional Councillor Good to Know

Part 2 of ecoCaledon Workshop

A message from ecoCaledon……part 2 of their 3-part Workshop

Dear Friends,

We are very excited to invite you to our SECOND evening of stimulating activities, new learning and ultimately action that makes a difference.

With a wonderful team of volunteers we have put together a series of “Funshops” around the theme:

“What in the World Are We Doing?

— Being a powerful presence in the world, making a difference.”

Together we are inquiring into what “WE” are doing at every level, from the deeply personal to the whole of the human species. Are we really leading our lives, our communities, our organizations and our world? How do we actually bring about the world we so deeply desire, one that is truly sustainable, even thriving, for everyone and for the life-giving processes of Earth? How can we live the values that we share for fairness and dignity for everyone, with no one left out?

Just imagine what we could accomplish, individually and collectively if each one of us were living a life of “Embodied Leadership.” — an ability to choose to act powerfully so that people around you take notice and are similarly moved. Imagine having that ability “in your bones.”

Now imagine that you have a community around you of people who share your vision of a world that is sustainable, just and thriving, that you have fun gathering with them, you support one another in becoming the embodied leaders you can be, and you are doing something that makes a difference together.

The first session was a wonderful mix of people from diverse areas of our community. We represent many facets of our community, with diverse skills to offer, but we know that the full range of offerings will only come when a larger group is gathered.

Each session from now on will have a “Theme’ and we’ll have people and organizations represented that have something to offer regarding that theme.

Please join us for the SECOND session of the WITWA Funshop Series

“What in the World Are We Doing…”

Friday September 27th
Doors open 6:45; Program from 7pm – 9pm
at the Albion-Bolton Community Centre

To Register CLICK HERE

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About the author

Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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